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Kevin Sanders

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"Review of That Which Speaks of Love"

“It was my pleasure to review a demo CD by this artist a couple of years ago. Camilla Sanders has now issued us a copy of her new release, That Which Speaks Of Love.

The Florida raised vocalist and her husband, pianist Kevin Sanders moved to New York in 1999. Camilla is from a musical family and pursued her formal studies at the University of North Florida. Her idols were obviously, the classic jazz singers including Ella, Billie and Anita O'Day. There's a definite touch of Blossom Dearie in her voice but not in her style.

The lady certainly has an ear for fine material and great writers. Tunes by Walter Donaldson, Harold Arlen, Hoagy Carmichael, Cole Porter and Jerome Kern add a taste of class to this debut session. I especially liked a couple of lesser known pieces in the form of I Wanna Turn Out My Light and the swinging Now Baby, Or Never.

Camilla Sanders has a light, swingin' attack that should attract a gathering of new fans. This release showcases the singer in the company of a fine jazz trio. Pianist, Kevin Sanders has appeared with Melba Moore, Joe Henderson and Dianne Reeves. This session was recorded in New York and Camilla's rendition of Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea will be featured in the film Shut Ins produced by Joanna Clare Scott. A most pleasant release.” - Richard Bourcier - Jazz Review.Com


Kevin Sanders & Patrick Cuccaro
The Third Howl (2007)

Camilla & Kevin Sanders
Talk About A Dream (2006)

Camilla Sanders
That Which Speaks of Love (2002)

Camilla Sanders
Stompin' At the Savoy (2000)

Camilla Sanders
No Moon At All EP (1999)

Kevin Sanders
Sunny Side of the Street EP (1998)

Slant Blue Elwood (1997)
Shut Ins (2001)



Kevin Sanders is an influential artist in the Atlanta and New York music scenes. An innovative pianist, composer and teacher, he is called upon by jazz men, film directors, theater directors, churches, recording engineers and even politicians.

Sanders began his full-time professional career in Jacksonville, Florida while attending the renowned school of jazz at the University of North Florida. After graduating at the top of his class, he moved to New York City and within months landed a weekly residence leading his quintet at Langan’s in Times Square. This five-year engagement allowed him to attract and feature many of world’s finest jazz musicians.

Over the past 20 years, Sanders has worked with a variety of legendary talents. Such notables include Dianne Reeves, Victor Goines, Melba Moore, Ben Wolfe, Joe Henderson, Mickey Rooney and an entire host of others from all walks of entertainment life. As a freelance pianist, he has performed on the stages of countless venues across the country.

Sanders is one of those rare musicians who can play it all – from traditional swing to classical, modern, avant-garde, gospel, rock, r&b and beyond. All of this diverse experience has converged into a style that is dynamic, accessible and uniquely his. By reaching in every direction of musical performance, composition and education, he will continue his success for decades to come.