STACY SULLIVAN is a MAC Award-winning Cabaret & Jazz vocalist &
is the recipient of the 2016 Broadway Award, the 2016 MAC Award for "Major Artist" from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs, as well as the New York Nightlife Award for Outstanding Cabaret Artist, the Bistro Award for outstanding female vocalist & the Lamott Friedman Award for "Best Recording" for" IT'S A GOOD DAY" - a Tribute to MISS PEGGY LEE.
Her 6 albums, including the latest - "Stranger in a Dream" (Harbinger Records) and "It's a Good Day" (LML Music), can be heard regularly on WNYC, Sirius XM, United Airlines, The Jonathon Channel and radio stations across the country.
BACKGROUND: A Midwestern native, SULLIVAN grew up in Oklahoma - the 7th of 8 children, in a wildly musical family where she began performing at the age of 5. Graduating Cum Laude from Tulsa University, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music, she left home to follow her musical and acting dreams in Los Angeles, where she appeared in numerous film, commercial and television projects - most memorably creating the role of Sissel Jorgensen on the critically-acclaimed, award-winning series, "Christy," starring Tyne Daly and Kelly Martin.
WEBSITE (based in NYC)
"Sorting out the contradictions of Lee's life and career, Stacy Sullivan's "It's a Good Day: A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee" paints an empathetic, melancholy portrait. Instead of imitating Lee, Ms. Sullivan takes on her body language and style while searching for her essence. Ms. Sullivan, who can swing, peers under the seductive artifice of a woman increasingly trapped within the image she had struggled to create, and made you feel the howling loneliness of a star in a gilded cocoon."
Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"A commanding, willowy presence, Sullivan captures that rare combination of vulnerability and worldliness. Pianist Jon Weber and bassist Steve Doyle make light work of the ultra-sophisticated arrangements. She captures Miss Lee's understated eroticism, too. She wants us to see Lee as a woman of our times, not just a songbird. Mission Accomplished."
Clive Davis, The London Times
"Sullivan captures the essence of the gifted artist and brave survivor, Peggy Lee, in her new show 'It's a Good Day' at The Cafe Carlyle."
Tom Dworetsky, The New York Daily News
"Sly and subtle, Stacy Sullivan, like Peggy Lee, is a master of suggestion. There's a wink in her voice, and when you hear her on this gorgeous, intimately swinging album, you know that wink is meant only for you."
David Hajdu, Music Critic, The New Republic
"Stacy Sullivan inaugurates the Carlyle's new late-night series with her excellent Peggy Lee Tribute, 'It's a Good Day.'"
Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal
Please contact me with any questions or for Stacy's Rates and Availability.Tech Rider, Stage Plot and Hospitality Rider available upon request.