Born in Macon, Georgia (USA), Randy Crawford was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she discovered her exceptional singing talent in her church choir.
By the age of fifteen, the young singer was performing on the American and European club circuit with her father as her chaperone. She released her first single, “If you say the Word” at the age of twenty and was performing with Jazz legends such as Quincy Jones and George Benson.
Randy Crawford has been performing across the globe for more than thirty years, since she made her debut as guest vocalist in the Crusaders Hit, “Street Life” featured on the soundtrack of the Quentin Tarentino’s film, Jackie Brown.
In later years, she sang “One Day Ill fly away”, “Almaz”, “You Might Need Somebody”, “Rainy Night in Georgia” and in 1990 did a phenomenal cover of the Bob Dylan hit, “Knocking on Heavens Doors”.
She went on to perform with more Jazz legends such as Joe Sample and Ray Charles.-