Susana "Infinitee" Jewell is a sparkling beauty with a tastefully seductive voice and strong stage presence, she's easy to the ear; gentle & romantic to hear. Her voice has a warmth and openness filled with soulful power. Infinitee's singing is at once sultry, soothing, sexy, with sensational artistry. Allow her voice to soothe your soul.
A trained vocalist with a four octave range, Infinitee puts the lyric first. Through her ‘theater’ of feeling for the lyrics and moods, Infinitee creates art that tells the story of the song.
Infinitee is a singer, artist and yoga instructor.
Please visit Susana McGuire.com
for more information.
Susana's Yoga website www.angel-art.com/yoga
To see Infinitee sing "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" plus a television interview, please click here: blip.tv February 07
To see another interview please click here: blip.tv December 07
Now, Infinitee lives in Carmel Valley, California, and has taken up serious study with the greatest chanteuses that were ever known to grace any stage. Streisand, Eartha Kitt, Rosemary Clooney, Dinah Washington, Julie London, Sarah Vaughan, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Astrud Gilberto, Nancy Wilson, Keely Smith, Carmen McRae, Lena Horne, Peggy Lee, Mae West, The Carpenters, et al. Rock influences are Peter Gabriel, Tina Turner, Be Bop Deluxe, Robert Palmer and Bon Scott, and of course Janis Joplin... among many others.
Photos by Jane Morba www.amazingjane.com
Infinitee's New Band: Patrick Ryan & Ed Kreps.
"He's the Man" and "A Farewell to Morning" words and music by Susana "Infinitee" McGuire Jewell copyright 1981, BLACK CAT MUSIC
"Dreamin' in the Mystery" words and music by Susana "Infinitee" McGuire Jewell copyright 2009, BLACK CAT MUSIC
"Let Me Look At You", "Good Enough Ain't Good Enough for Me" and "One Day" Words and music by Reinaldo Garcia, copyright 2008, NADJA MUSIC
Videography by Carrie Glenn
Susana's vocal coach: Anne Burleigh email@example.com