Tina May

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Tina May
Born (1961-03-30) 30 March 1961 (age 59)
Gloucester, England
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active1980–present
Labels33 Jazz, Linn
Websitewww.tinamay.com

Tina May (born 30 March 1961) is English jazz vocalist.

She lived in Frampton-on-Severn when she was young and attended Stroud High School. She has recorded several albums for 33 Jazz Records, including with Clark Tracey, her former husband. She has also worked with Tony Coe, Nikki Iles, Stan Sulzmann, Ray Bryant, and Enrico Pieranunzi.[1]

Discography[edit]

As leader[edit]

  • Never Let Me Go (33 Records, 1992)
  • Fun (33 Records, 1993)
  • It Ain't Necessarily So (33 Records, 1994)
  • Time Will Tell (33 Records, 1995)
  • Jazz Piquant with Tony Coe (33 Records, 1998)
  • Change of Sky with Nikki Iles (33 Records, 1998)
  • One Fine Day (33 Records, 1999)
  • Live in Paris (33 Records, 2000)
  • The Ella Fitzgerald Songbook Revisted with Lee Gibson, Barbara Jay (Spotlite, 2000)
  • I'll Take Romance (Linn, 2003)
  • Early May (33 Records, 2004)
  • More Than You Know with Tony Coe, Nikki Iles (33 Records, 2004)
  • A Wing and a Prayer (33 Records, 2006)
  • Sings the Ray Bryant Songbook (33 Records, 2006)
  • Out of the Blue with Ray Guntrip (rayguntripmusic.com, 2008)
  • I Never Told You (33 Records, 2009)
  • Tina May Sings Piaf (33 Records, 2011)
  • Where You Belong with Ray Guntrip (rayguntripmusic.com, 2011)
  • No More Hanky Panky (33 Records, 2011)
  • Troubadours with Dylan Fowler (33 Records, 2013)
  • My Kinda Love (Hep, 2014)
  • Home Is Where the Heart Is with Enrico Pieranunzi (33 Records, 2015)
  • Telling Jokes with Steve Plews (ASC, 2016)
  • Cafe Paranoia: Tina May Sings Mark Murphy with Andy Lutter (33 Records, 2017 )

As guest[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carr, Ian; Fairweather, Digby; Priestley, Brian (2004). The Rough Guide to Jazz. Rough Guides. pp. 99–. ISBN 9781843532569. Retrieved 6 July 2012.

Further reading[edit]

Articles[edit]

Books[edit]

  • The Penguin Jazz Guide. The History of 1001 Best Albums by Brian Morton and Richard Cook
  • The Jazz Singers. The Ultimate Guide by Scott Yanow. Backbeat Books (Hal Leonard)
  • Jazz Writings by Nathan Davis

External links[edit]