Connie Guy

Connie Guy


Connie sings ballads, love songs, Latin, and jazz standards. Although a contralto with a 3+ octave range, Connie does not indulge in "vocal gymnastics" but delivers each song in her own warm, engaging style. Connie's appeal never fails to bring new fans, both young and old, to every performance.


A native of New Orleans, Connie Guy began singing at the tender age of five when she sang Theresa Brewer’s “Let Me Go Lover” at the Masonic Lodge. Her spirit and style is forged through the years she performed in Mardi Gras parades, the hotels of Nicaragua, music festivals, nightclubs and country clubs, private parties and grand affairs. Connie toured the Army, Navy, and Air Force bases in Alaska, Greenland, and Newfoundland at the request of the US Department of Defense. She performed in the Vatican for Pope John Paul II as the featured vocalist for the choral group “One God One Voice”, and has been the featured vocalist for the Ray Birely Orchestra since 1991. Connie has been invited to perform and appeared at Frederick’s 4th of July Celebration, The Baker Park Concert Series, Frederick Festival of the Arts, Frederick’s In The Streets Festival, FMH Snowball, Pen Mar Concert Series, Mt. Airy Concert Series, Brunswick Railroad Days Festival, Concerts at the Jack B. Kussmaul Theatre, The Weinberg Center for the Arts, the Savannah Music Festival and many others. Connie presents the heart and soul of a true star to her audience.

FM radio stations airing Connie’s latest CD are:

WAER Syracuse
KUVO Denver
102.2 Smooth FM London

Internet radio stations where you can hear Connie are:


Her recent CD "Connie Guy" is available at .

Set List

Sets are usually about 1 hour long. Connie's repertoire is composed of love songs, swing jazz, and Latin jazz standards originating from the 40's through the 70's.