"It was a night for music lovers to treasure. Here was a young woman who loves to entertain, who loves to sing all types of music and, as we all learned, does it very well. Fuller filled Silo’s with wonderful music. What’s more, she sparkled."
“When the charming Kellie Fuller sings, it is as if she is singing to you and only you. Whether she is singing a Judy Garland tune or a Pop song from the 80s, she brings to the music a sense of style and passion that is uniquely Kellie. Her delivery is like a warm embrace.”
“Fuller is one of those rare vocalists who can’t be pigeonholed as she performs a wealth of the most beloved songs and hidden gems from Broadway to Tin Pan Alley, spanning decades that stretch from the Roaring ‘20s through the Reagan era. Breaking through stylistic barriers, she offers a portfolio of surprises as she brings jazz, pop, rhythm ‘n’ blues and big band-era standards to the stage with her own blend of humor, intimacy and energy.”
"For all you Napkins who haven't seen Kellie sing, be sure to check the listings each month - cause you don't know what you're missing!"
“Lately, Fuller has resurrected her vocalist career. After featuring well-known vocalist Wesla Whitfield and accomplished pianist Mike Greensill on her radio program, she attended their show at Silos. Recognized in the audience, Fuller was called to the stage and sang, accompanied by Greensill. “I was starstruck,” she admits. And so began their collaboration.”
"The Power of One" Fuller, a singer who often performs at Silo’s Jazz Club in downtown Napa, has also collaborated with musician Johnny Smith to write and record a song about the project, which was recorded and produced with help from Jason Nett.