Detroit based multi-genre vocalist and clarinetist Sarah D’Angelo finds an exhilarating freedom of musical expression in jazz, blues, gospel, and pop. You might find her putting her own charming, intimate spin on songs ranging from gospel and jazz to rock and Top 40 at various local venues, including the Blue Llama, Lucille’s Jazz Lounge, and the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe. D’Angelo sings and plays clarinet regularly with such groups as the Paul Keller Orchestra, Septet, and the “At Sundown” Quartet. She has sung on various stages all over the Midwest, including the Michigan Jazz Festival, Mackinac Island Jazz Festival, Lansing Jazz Festival, and the Brighton Jazz & Blues Fest. Bandleader Paul Keller says she brings “a natural and intuitive jazz feel, spot-on pitch control, [and] a deep devotion to the study of her art.” D’Angelo also leads her own trio and quintet with whom she has most recently recorded her first solo album, Medicine Man. Her vocal confidence and control are sure to resonate with audiences at A2SF this summer.