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Introducing Sue McCreeth


“She sings with warmth and intimacy, and commands a wonderful flexibility in her vocal tone, which allows her to match it exactly to the message or atmosphere of any particular piece.”

Dave Gelly

(Jazz Music Critic for The Observer newspaper)


Sue McCreeth is a highly acclaimed vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. She first won recognition as one of the most engaging jazz vocal talents of the UK back in 2000, when she led various jazz ensembles on the South Coast of England.  Since then she has released six critically acclaimed albums; worked extensively throughout the UK with some of the finest jazz musicians on the scene; been shortlisted twice for the International Song Writing Competition; won three touring awards from Jazz Services; and sold out for the London Jazz Festival.




“Your music is logical and effective, this seems to come to you naturally”


Gary Burton

More about Sue

Sue Live 2018


In 2018 Sue is performing her ‘Queer Bird’ set across the UK with top class musicians in every region, showcasing the sultry, mainstream aspect of her style. Classical art song re-arranged for jazz, rarely performed songs by British composers and well blended originals frame the most intimate vocalisations in Sue McCreeth's voice.  

Her niche as an artist is to tour a particular area with musicians that she knows from that region.  Expect various bands therefore, all highly acclaimed in their own right, and who know Sue and her repertoire:  Wendy Kirkland in the Midlands, Pat McCarthy in Lincolnshire, Terry Seabrook on the South Coast, and Paul Harrison in Scotland.  

These live dates promise an engaging evening with luxurious late night vocals and musicians from the cream of the jazz set.


Video : A Taste of the 2018 Queer Bird Tour


More Videos

Jazz Journal Review>>

Jazzwise Review>>

The Observer / The Guardian >>

Jazz Journal Profiles Sue>>

Interview with Sue in London Jazz News>>

Current Media

DAVE GELLY writes:

“Look back and love and reflect on a remarkable 15 years of creative work by Sue McCreeth, in collaboration with some of Britain's finest musicians. That's what this anthology is about, whilst also four new songs reveal her drawing on new emotional depths of lyrical and vocal expression.”

Look Back and Love was released in June 2017, having been mastered at  Abbey Road - the most famous recording studio in the world!  


Out Now!


Sue McCreeth - Jazz Singer CD DETAILS BUY NOW

“An impressive showcase”

 The Guardian

Look Back and Love CD : June 2017

NOTTINGHAM *

Wednesday 11 April 2018

Crimson Tree

APR

11

Venue Website

GRANTHAM *

Thursday 12 April 2018

Jazz @ Grantham Conservative Club

APR

12

Venue Website

STOURBRIDGE *

Friday 13 April 2018

The Bonded Warehouse

APR

13

Venue Website

LOUTH **

Saturday 14 April 2018

Serendipity at The Priory Hotel

APR

14

Venue Website

BIRMINGHAM *

Wednesday 18 April 2018

The Blue Piano

APR

18

Venue Website

LINCOLN **

Monday 16 April 2018                       

The Blue Room

APR

16

Venue Website


Spring/Summer 2018
(10 May and further dates tbc)
Sue will be curating, performing in, and presenting a series of concerts at
Websters Theatre, Glasgow

CHESTERFIELD *

Thursday 19 April 2018                 

Chesterfield Jazz Club

APR

19

Venue Website


CLEETHORPES **

Sunday 15 April 2018

Moon on the Water

APR

15

Venue Website

ABERDEEN ****

Thursday 03 May 2018

The Blue Lamp Jazz Club

MAY

03

Venue Website

GLASGOW ****

Thursday 10 May 2018

Websters Theatre

10

Venue Website

MAY

* with The Wendy Kirkland Banc
** with Pat McCarthy and Warren Jolly
*** with Terry Seabrook
**** with Paul Harrison