Dave Gelly in The Observer on ‘No Evil’                 “Intimate and nicely judged performances, bringing out the best in McCreeth’s voice”



Jazz and soulful singer Sue McCreeth has for the past fifteen years been acclaimed in the UK national and music press for her recordings and her live performances.  She is a highly regarded and flexible vocalist and musician, her recordings encompassing straight ahead jazz through to original fusion. She is able to engage top musicians for performances and recordings, but is equally at home accompanying herself on either guitar or piano as a soloist.

It is enduringly her mainstream work which has garnered the highest praise, and particularly impressive was the set of reviews she received for her 2014 Spring release of 12 standards, 'No Evil', which received four stars in The Observer newspaper, and Jazz UK saying the recording was, 'A fine album by any standards'.

Her past client list includes many of the UK's top jazz clubs and festivals, the British Council and some of the most luxurious and exclusive hotels of London, Europe and Dubai. She is as at home on the concert stage with top jazz musicians, as she is playing and singing as a soloist for four hour sets as cool gentle jazz background music.

Whilst Sue is a highly trained, qualified and experienced musician and vocalist, nevertheless she receives the highest praise for her smouldering vocal tone, her genuine warmth of personality, a hip and sultry presence, beautiful classic jazz harmonies in her self-accompaniment, and a most attractive and classic image and appearance.

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Released 11 May 2014

The album is 12 elegant timeless standards, with three top exponents of the art Jim Mullen (guitar), Andrew Cleyndert (double bass) and Steve Waterman (trumpet).

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tracks from Sue's new CD -No Evil’ - released 11 May 2014, featuring Jim Mullen (guitar), Steve Waterman (trumpet) and Andrew Cleyndert (double bass).

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The Observer

May 2014

“It's not singer plus accompaniment so much as four musicians working together ... a dozen intimate performances that bring out the best in McCreeth's voice, especially her whispery low register…”

Jazz UK, April 2014

“Sue shows herself to be a skilful and faithful interpreter of the repertoire. A fine album by any standards.”

Jazzwise, April 2014

“Another high quality recording from this ultra-flexible, well-regarded vocalist singing from the Great American and modern jazz songbook.” 


A voice simultaneously almost ethereal and sensuous and torchy…

Brian Blain, Jazz UK