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Rebecca Hardiman


Rebecca started her professional career with the Boston based vocal jazz group The Ritz, performing at the 1987 Montreal Jazz Festival as well as jazz clubs throughout the country.  While with The Ritz, she recorded a CD entitled The Ritz for Denon Columbia Records. Rebecca moved to Portland Oregon in 1990 and started the vocal jazz group Euphoria, performing throughout the Northwest for over a decade, most notably opening for Mel Torme’ in 1993 at the Hult Center in Eugene Oregon.  In 2013 she embarked on a solo career and quickly became a favorite vocalist with jazz musicians. Rebecca’s style is often compared to Ella Fitzgerald, June Christy, and Doris Day.  Rebecca is also a co-founder of the annual Aurora Colony Vineyards Jazz Festival, and has helped develop several jazz venues in the Willamette Valley area in her home state of Oregon.  She performs throughout the Northwest, as well as jazz clubs and various venues in New England, Hawaii, and California. Her CD’s include: The Ritz (1987), My Father’s Business (2009) I’ll Remember April (2013), Easy Living (2015), The Merriest (2016), Honoring Ella: A 100th Birthday Tribute (2017).  All are available through CD Baby, Amazon and  iTunes.