Adele has been singing professionally since the age of 14. Critics have described her voice as ‘liquid gold.’ Adele embraces all genres and loves all styles of music, but has a keen sensibility and particular affinity for jazz and blues. Early in her career (in those antediluvian days before the advent of the Internet) she opened for such greats as Sarah Vaughan, jazz cornetist Nat Adderly, James Brown and comedians Jay Leno, Robin Williams and David Letterman. Her career as a singer includes television variety shows and concert performances throughout the United States and abroad. She has appeared at some of the most historic venues in Los Angeles, including the Hollywood Palladium, the Troubadour, the Whisky a Go Go and the Cinegrill at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. After taking a long hiatus from the limelight, she has returned to the stage, live performance, and recording. You can find a video of Adele singing Horace Silver’s ‘Peace’ on YouTube and you can become a fan on Reverbnation. Her new CD of original songs is titled ‘Jazz, God & Other Stuff’ and is geared more towards positive upbeat spiritual songs. It will be available at the beginning of 2012. It is Adele’s desire to share her gift and her original songs in order to brighten and enlighten.