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Everett Greene possesses one of the great voices of Indianapolis, a smooth bass baritone he's used to enchant Hoosier ears for more than seven decades. If you haven't heard Greene's deep, rich vocals ringing out from a stage or compact disc, then there's a strong possibility you've heard Greene's work as a voice over artist in a myriad of projects, from documentaries to commercials.
Greene's work as a jazz vocalist has attracted worldwide attention. But Greene is no mere singer: he's a song stylist whose work preserves a refined vocal tradition of elegant jazz singing perfected by artists like Joe Williams, Billy Eckstine and Johnny Hartman. - Rita Kohn
The Jazz Kitchen
5377 N. College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN, 46220