Cheryl Fisher

Jazz Vocalist





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E-mail of the greatest female singers in the history of Canadian jazz.

Festival International de Jazz de Montreal



One of Canada’s best kept secrets is getting harder to contain… Alberta born Cheryl Fisher sweeps out of western Canada to claim new musical territory [with] a memorable recording that can stand proudly behind any other recent disc, whether from Canada, or anywhere else.

Matt Schudel, The Washington Post


She has a beautiful voice and that special feel for a tune that enables her to bring it alive.

Jim Goatham,

Crescendo International, London


She will play with a melody in a way that makes you wonder why nobody has ever phrased it in that manner before… you immediately realize you’re in the presence of a musician for whom singing jazz is as natural as breathing.

Earl Okin, Jazz on CD, London

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Watch Cheryl Fisher perform live with the University of Miami Concert Jazz Band

Both Cheryl’s live performances and her recordings continue to receive glowing reviews for their originality, emotional depth and outstanding technical excellence from jazz lovers and audiophiles alike in both national and international jazz publications.  Fisher was honored at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal (1996) where she was billed as “Canada’s New Diva of Jazz”.  CBC profiled Fisher’s rise on the national scene with several features on her career and has recorded her performances for both regional and national radio and television. Fisher has toured twice in Canada and twice in the US.


She  was  most recently recorded in Canada by CBC at the Jack Singer Concert Hall for the Jazz  series, and was also recorded for a live broadcast at the New Calgary Jazz Festival 2008 by the CKUA Radio Network.  Canadian broadcasting icon Vicki Gabereau welcomed her as a guest on her nationally broadcast television show, introducing Cheryl as “ of the best jazz singers we’ve ever produced in this country.”  She has also been profiled on a national television special, “The Discovery Project,” as one of Canada’s brightest rising stars, and was nominated by ARIA as Best New Jazz Recording Artist.


In the US, Fisher has performed with Portland guitar great John Stowell, Dave Friesen, Dan Brubeck, Jack Sheldon, John Handy, Sir Roland Hanna, Ira Sullivan, Oliver Jones, and Randy Porter, among many others.  Her work continues to receive regular airplay across North America, and has been featured on film, radio and in jazz publications in Europe, the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Eastern Europe.  Her performance work and original jazz compositions have earned her a twice-aired live hour long feature on the American NPR Radio Network. 


Fisher’s Fourth CD, JOYRIDE (Life In The Jazz Lane) features Canada’s best jazz musicians including Neil Swainson, Terry Clarke, Reg Schwager, Eric Allison and Japan’s jazz piano giant Phil Strange.  The tour for JOYRIDE included one of the last performances at the Montreal Bistro and culminated February 2007 with a sold out performance at the 600 seat Broward Center For The Performing Arts in Ft. Lauderdale, where she performed JOYRIDE (for Big Band) with the University Of Miami Concert Jazz Band.  Highlights from this performance can be viewed below. “Moments Like This,” Cheryl’s fifth CD, was recorded with jazz legends Ira Sullivan and Oliver Jones.

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