Roberta Donnay is a jazz recording artist and award-winning singer/songwriter.
She is listed in "The Jazz Singer" as one of the top 521 jazz singers. As a touring artist,
Ms. Donnay has performed with or opened for many great artists (including George Benson, Bob Dorough, Dave Ellis, David Grisman, Dr. John, John Hammond, Herbie Hancock, Dan Hicks, Huey Lewis, Joe Sample, David Sanborn). In addition to appearing on others' recordings, 6 independent CDs have been released of Ms. Donnay's originals and jazz recordings. Her songs and vocals have been featured in film and TV. Donnay wrote the song “One World”, used to celebrate United Nation's 50th Anniversary, adopted by schools and events as a world peace anthem, including Hague Appeal For Peace (NL) and World AIDS Day (South Africa). Ms. Donnay has been touring the past 6 years as one of the Hot Licks in the performing group Dan Hicks and The Hot Licks, who recently performed this July at Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland!