Six years ago, Lyn Stanley was a retired marketing executive wondering if she could pass muster for her church choir. Today, she’s an internationally known jazz vocalist whose award-winning audiophile recordings feature A-list musicians, producers and engineers. While Stanley has carved a niche in the high-end world, her albums go far beyond clinical speaker-testing tools. […]
“Audiophile’s jazz singer of the decade” creates her new 2017 project The Moonlight Sessions with the highest level of quality in today’s musical recordings. THE MOONLIGHT SESSIONS PROJECT- Lyn Stanley’s next project ventures into new musical territory with her creative approach to American music. This time, she’s borrowing from the classical composers–Chopin, Beethoven, Debussy, Mozart, […]
Lyn Stanley’s latest project, The Moonlight Sessions, has been recorded at The Village Recording Studio in Los Angeles with Al Schmitt as lead engineer for two of the three days of tracking and Steve Genewick as engineer for the third day’s “Harmonica Sessions.” This project will be released initially in two volumes in 2017–the first […]
December 2016- Lyn Stanley wins Global Music Silver Award for Outstanding Achievement in Best Female Vocal and Best Album categories competing with over 350 entries for her “Interludes” album submission. Lyn was also nominated for Best Jazz song with the HMMA for her Interludes song “Whole Lotta Love” featuring musicians Mike Garson (piano), John Chiodini […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Los Angeles, California-December 16, 2016: It is no news to most that today’s jazz album sales represent less than five percent of all music sales according to Nielsen and some writers speculate it’s about two percent. But here’s one jazz vocal newcomer that’s making a difference. She’s reporting more than 30,000 album […]
Click here to view Lyn Stanley’s entry Grammy Voters for FYC auditions contact Info@lynstanley.com for private link to Interludes album.
This review was originally published in The Absolute Sound Magazine. Click here to read the entire interview. In the middle of Saturday afternoon at AXPONA 2016 in Chicago, I witnessed what is surely the most demanding test of an audio system there can be—an A/B showdown with The Real Thing. A crowd of around 50 […]
It’s not often you attend an audio show demo where a song’s actual singer shows up for an impromptu live versus Memorex moment.
Just such an unlikely event has happened to me twice in the last 18 months, though, both times thanks to the irrepressible jazz vocalist Lyn Stanley.
I had the chance of bumping into Lyn Stanley, who presented her latest record Interludes in the place using Tim’s notoriously good modified Denon 610 R2R player and her own voice accompanying the tapes for those lucky enough to be found in the room at the right moment.[…]
This review was originally published in the Stereo Magazine in Germany Click here to view the review in German language. By Matthais Broede Wow! I knew that this American singer has a great voice, temperament and that she employs only top people in production and mastering. But what the shooting star of the audiophile scene […]