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Callie Cardamon is a West-Coast singer/songwriter whose original songs and distinctive interpretations of jazz and pop standards have earned her a global following. Her first record “Time and the Weather,” (1997) featured all-original material, including the light-hearted "Spanish Wine" and the mournful "Sometimes I Need a Mother." “Easy Street” (2010) followed, a collection honoring the great writers and singers of the mid-twentieth century (and featuring her sexy original “Love Jazz”). "Easy Street" received extensive global airplay, with DJs worldwide pronouncing "Love Jazz" a "new" standard.

For the next several years, Callie recorded under the name C.C. Grace, releasing three more albums, which have gained her a new following of folk-rock fans. With "Jump for Joy," (2020) Callie returned to jazz with an EP featuring soulful covers of five classic songs.


Callie is also the author of The Princess Who Sang Like a Frog, a book of magical tales, which earned a starred review from Kirkus.

Callie records with Eric Rawson (co-writer/arranger/engineer/producer).

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