Tammy McCann

Tammy McCann


Seasoned jazz vocalist with worldwide experience that needs to be heard recreating standards and introducing new songs that will become standards.


Power and Versatility – the vocals of Chicago native Tammy McCann provide both qualities in a variety of musical settings. At the tender age of fifteen, an opera recital under the tutelage of Kenwood Academy’s Dr. Lena McLin exposed her immense vocal talents. After receiving a classical voice scholarship to Virginia Union University, McCann appeared with the following renowned artists: George Duke, Von and George Freeman, Ramsey Lewis, Voices of Glory, Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Wonderbrass, and the Soul Stirrers. Singing in Italian, French, German, and Latin has freed McCann to perform on stages across the world.
Tammy McCann’s recent release “Classic” continues to please listeners, with her insightful reinterpretations of jazz classics. Selections range from Latin versions of “Happy Talk” and “Autumn Leaves” to the emotional duets of “Lush Life” and “Black Is the Color.” Jazz veterans Ari Brown and Ernie Adams join Dan McNaughton and Tom Vaitsas to support McCann’s vocals.


"Classic" - Katalyst Entertainment (2006)
available throught North America and online.

Set List

Sets are usually 45 minutes to one hr or long sets for about 90 minutes. Usually include a variety of standards with unique arrangements. Tunes include:

"Foggy Day in London Town"
"Nearness of You"
"At Last"
"Blue Woman"
"Nature Boy"