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Shelley MacKay / Bio

Acclaimed Bay Area singer, Shelley MacKay, is known for her smooth, honey-like voice -- described as “liquid gold” and her approach to music that brings vitality and connection.

After several years of performing with her jazz trio, and more recently with The Reflex 80‘s Band and several other local tribute bands, including: Top Secret, Night Train, Barely Manilow, and Critical Bliss, she is now in production on her first original EP. It can best be described as pop influenced by jazz and r&b...with a twist.

Some of the hot spots Shelley has recently performed at include: The Fairmont San Jose, The Westin Saint Francis, Fort McKinley’s, Maggie McGarry’s, Savanna Jazz, The Makeout Room, Larkspur Hotel, Britannia Arms, DNA Lounge, Cafe du Nord, Le Colonial and she performs monthly at Cafe Claude. Shelley also loves to play private parties and weddings and has been featured at several special events, including: the Betty’s List New Year’s Eve party, the Annual Nordstrom Lingerie Fashion Show, the Oakland Museum of California’s Grand Re-Opening and The Best Actors (in a) Film Festival Gala Reception. In addition, Shelley currently writes an article for San Francisco Bay Times in the A&E section, which features local artists. And, in the fall of 2012 she was the featured artist on “Live n Funky’s Podcast”, with a full-length interview.

In 2009 Shelley released her debut album, Resolution, to widespread adulation, featuring original arrangements of standards and r&b covers including “Where Is The Love,” “Centerpiece” and “Desafinado,” to name a few. In 2012, Shelley released her first music video, “The Plan”, to launch her IndieGoGo campaign for her upcoming EP.

General Info

Artist Name
Shelley MacKay
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/shelleymackay
Genres
Jazz / Pop / R&B

Contact Info

Location
San Francisco, CA

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