Linda has sung professionally since she was 3 years old. Her family group, "The Singing Coles" are a part of Illinois music history. They began with religious songs, then added popular music to their programs. The Cole family made their mark in the U. Linda branched out into rhythm and blues. Linda is acknowledged as having the "smoothest voice" in the business.
She is currently appearing in jazz spots, night clubs and restaurants throughout the Southeastern U. She continues to mentor the young and choirs. Most important, Linda was there when the great songs were written. She can talk about the authors first hand, and has the original scores, many written just for her. And she relates to her trio musician to musician, not singer to singer. Evelyn McGee Stone, a jazz singer a generation older, said Cole reminds her of Im Not Ashamed To Sing The Blues - Various - Vorverkaufs - CD late Carmen McRae and is the best singer she has heard since moving to Florida.
A self-confessed "frustrated bass player," she sometimes mimes a bass line with one hand while holding her microphone in the other. She likes to sidle up behind her bassist when he solos, soaking up the warm tones as they emanate from the back of the instrument. Like Linda on Facebook.
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