This appeared in the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, MN, Feb 4, 2005
Belinda Underwood is a promising jazz singer from Portland, OR, in the classic 1950s-60s mold of Helen Merrill and Chris Connor, but with some key differences. First off, Underwood, who's making her Midwest debut, also plays acoustic bass and composes songs with a pronounced hippie streak. Her treatment of hallowed standards is even finer, making her debut CD, "Underwood Uncurling, a sultry treat for open-minded Great American Songbook fans.
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