Sandy Campbell (singer)

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Sandy Campbell is an American actress and singer. A versatile performer, based in Southern California, she gained national attention with her debut solo CD, Crazy World.

In May 2006, Sandy was featured in the premiere of Lucy Simon's Zhivago at the La Jolla Playhouse, directed by multiple Tony-winner Des McAnuff.

Stage work[edit]

Sandy Campbell, called Sandylion, has performed most of the leading soprano roles in the modern repertoire, including:

She has also appeared in straight plays, most notably as Bella in Lost In Yonkers.


As a solo cabaret artist, Sandy developed two cabaret shows with musical director G. Scott Lacy: And I'll Be There: Songs of Love and Friendship, which premiered at North Coast Repertory Theatre in October 2003, and The Stories Go On, which has received considerable audience acclaim. In 2005 she released her first studio recording, Crazy World (Azahara Entertainment), a collection of mostly lesser-known theatre songs.


  • “Campbell sings with irresistible clarity and power…" - Los Angeles Times
  • “Outstanding…a striking voice and presence...” - KPBS Radio
  • “Musical theatre heaven…there are echoes of Judy Collins in Campbell’s soprano.” - San Diego Union
  • “Exceptional…Most remarkable…new levels of beauty and richness while filling her character with great tenderness, intelligence and emotion.” - San Diego Playbill
  • "It only took hearing the first few phrases sung to let me know the songs are in good hands...Sandy's voice is instantly appealing...She has an open and sweet quality, but with intelligent phrasing that keeps her safely far away from over-sentimentality. It's no surprise to learn that she has experience in theater and cabaret. It shows...Campbell and G. Scott Lacy crystallize the emotional potential of rich songs like these. An encore would be very welcome." - Talkin' Broadway
  • "...among the very best -- musically lovely and (rarer still) beautifully acted...The album overall is really wonderful; fine choices of songs, all well done." - Josh Rubins, Composer/Lyricist (Brownstone, All the Queen's Men)
  • "Beautiful, sensitive...a wonderful recording." - Jeff Blumenkrantz, Composer (The Other Franklin)
  • "Campbell exhibits real talent with the material." - Max Preeo, Editor, Show Music Magazine

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