Ms. Jaz Fairfield, OH, United States

She was named among the "Top Ten Jazz Albums" in British Columbia in 2003, and the “Top Ten Jazz Albums” in Ottawa, Canada in 2006. Cincinnati's Citybeat Magazine named her as one of the "Top Local Artists to Produce a CD on A National Level" after her release of “Chances” in 2002. In February 2009, she was named #1 on the Australian Independent Record Charts with her track “Guess Who I Saw Today” off her “Me Too Live” CD.

A Cincinnati based vocalist, percussionist and writer; she has performed in various cities across the nation. Many have compared her vocals to Phyllis Hyman and Anita Baker. Ms. Jaz performed background vocals live in concert for Phil Perry, Windham Hill's hot vocalist at Cincinnati's Aronoff Center and opened for National Recording Artists Regina Belle, Bobby Blue Bland, Marion Meadows and Pieces of a Dream. In 2004, she performed for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) as the featured artist on a Benefit Cruise.

Jaz is no stranger to live theatre. As a member of Cincinnati's Amethyst Ensemble, she received leading roles in numerous theatre productions.

Jaz's first single was released on the "Essence of Now" Record Label December 15, 2001. Her first released CD, "Chances" was recorded on the D'Mar Entertainment Record Label as well as "Me Too - Ms. Jaz Live” released July 2006.

Jaz is being marketed internationally and making Play Lists in the USA, Japan, The Netherlands, Italy, Australia, British Columbia, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand and The United Kingdom.