Antoinette Tredanary grew up listening to the "old standards" - songs by the likes of Duke Ellington, Cole Porter and George Gershwin favored by her father. Antoinette's CD, We Are One In America, contains several original songs that illustrate these influences, as well as a brilliant rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. As a songwriter, Antoinette has been prolific. Seven of her original songs are featured on her self-titled CD, where they easily coexist with some of the greatest songs of all time.
Her original song "You Make Me Crazy" was featured in the sound track of the popular film "Haywire", which received great reviews at the 2003 Cleveland International Film Festival. Antoinette was also the subject of a recent "Del's Folks" interview by popular WKYC TV-3 personality Del Donahoo.
Slow to Medium Ballad. Heartfelt Female vocals sing of an autumn scene. Sounds like Sarah McLachlan. Loving, tender, caring expressing true love as time goes by. Female Vocals, Jazz, Smooth Jazz Vocals
Blues Shuffle with hard lyrics about an unforgettable lover that makes the singer "Crazy." Billie Holiday style female jazz vocals, very 1930's, 1940's. Solid production, terrific style. Female Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles