For over 10 years, Courtney Renee Jazz has been bringing live music to Atlanta, Georgia and the surrounding Southeast United States, performing a variety of jazz, blues, swing, Motown, Oldies, light pop and popular songs of the 50s, 60s and 70s.   Corporate events, private parties, weddings and more...
we offer a variety of options (from Duos to Quintets +) for small gatherings or large festivities.
Contact us today for a free consult to choose the right option for you!
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About Us

 

From jazz to swing, light pop, Motown, Oldies and popular music of the 50s to early 80s, we offer a wide variety of vocal and instrumental combinations to  customize entertainment for your next event.  We invite you to explore this site for sound clips as well as client feedback.  

With options to fit a variety of venues and events, contact us today for a complimentary session to help you plan your special event!

Courtney Renee
 

About the artist:  Courtney's vocals blend classical training with her love of standard jazz, blues and spirituals. A native of Fayetteville, West Virginia, she has been privileged to join some of the finest musicians in the metro-Atlanta region.

 

Theatrical roles have included shows such as Steel Magnolias, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Fiddler on the Roof, Lend  Me a Tenor, Smoke on the Mountain, I Do! I Do!, Camelot and Man of La Mancha.  Further theatrical/choral experience includes staged productions of Carmen and La Bohème.  

 

She has performed with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra under Maestro Cooper.  Additionally, Ms. Stanley was the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Grand Mass and Rutter’s Magnificat with the Beckley Community Chorus under Dr. Daniel Spurgeon. She was also a member of the Atlanta Symphony Chorus under Norman MacKenzie for several seasons and has given a number of fundraising recitals for organizations such as World Vision, Autism Speaks and the Arbor Day Foundation.  Ms. Stanley is currently a staff singer at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta, Georgia.