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Kandace Springs was born in Nashville, started piano lessons at ten, and developed into an appealing and versatile singer.

Since moving to New York, she has recorded an EP and led three albums of her own: Soul Eyes, Indigo and The Women Who Raised Me.

Her sidemen on her recordings included Terence Blanchard and Roy Hargrove with Springs often crossing over between jazz and r&b.

On her LiveStream from June 13, 2020, Kandace Springs accompanies her singing on piano (which she plays quite well) and on one number on electric keyboards, displaying a strong, attractive and friendly voice on “Angel Eyes,” “Someone To Watch Over Me,” “I’ll Never Be The Same” and “First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” all performed as soulful ballads.

– Scott Yanow

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