"A very welcome addition to the jazz singing world"

- Bruce Crowther

"A world class jazz talent"

- Scott Yanow

"One of the most promising new singers on the jazz scene"

- Jane Monheit


Liz Brydge

Liz Brydge (formerly known as Liz Terrell) swings intuitively and sings with incredible vocal dexterity. Described as a “world class jazz talent” by Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene, Liz has established herself as a leading jazz vocalists known for her powerhouse vocals and captivating yet subtle stage presence.

Her debut album “It’s All Right With Me” enjoyed several weeks in the Top 50 on the Jazzweek radio chart and was met with rave reviews from noteworthy publications like Jazziz Magazine “…She breathes new life into well-worn classics” – Matt Micucci, the Jazz Journal UK “A very welcome addition to the jazz singing world, especially as she clearly know, loves, understands  and respects the form’s roots” – Bruce Crowther, and All About Jazz “Adding her own strength of expression to every piece she touches, communicating with absolute earnestness, and offering a sound all her own, she makes every melody and musical gesture matter” – Dan Bilawsky. 

Her artistry has also been praised by prominent jazz musicians like vibraphonist Joe Locke “Her sound pulls you in, and her beautiful phrasing and impeccable taste keeps you there. In addition, the beautifully conceived and arranged repertoire here makes this a stunning debut from a gifted artist. In my opinion, she belongs on the very short list of the best singers currently on the scene. Don’t miss this one if you can help it.” 

Brydge is a forced to be reckoned with in the East Coast jazz scene, and has taken her soulful, swinging vocal style to notable venues and festivals such as Zeiders American Dream Theater, The American Theatre, Sandler Center for Performing Arts, The Winter Blues Jazz Festival, Richmond Jazz Festival, Hampton Jazz Festival and the Vocal Jazz Summit. 

Brydge has studied with world-renowned vocalist Jane Monheit who says, “I’ve known Liz for some time now and can honestly say she is one of the most promising new singers on the scene; her instrument is an absolutely gorgeous, lush alto, and her musicianship is top-notch. A true beauty of a vocalist and a person." 


Previous events

Justin Kauflin presents Liz & Brydge with guitarist Alan Parker For the 5th installment of the GSA Jazz Night concert series, we're presenting some of my favorite people and musicians, Liz & Brydge with guitarist, Alan Parker. I've been playing duo and trio formats with Chris Brydge for the last 20+ years and Alan graces a couple of my CDs (Silent Night and Coming Home).

Come on through if you can! The MacArthur Center parking garage is recommended for parking.

Liz & Brydge



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