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Cafe Songbook Performer Index
(last names beginning with "Sa-Sim")

Only performers who currently appear on Cafe Songbook pages are included.
For performers with last names beginning with "Sa-Sim," scroll the table below.
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Performer
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Performance(s) on Cafe Songbook
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Harvie S
(born Harvie Swartz, December 6, 1948) -- American jazz double-bassist)


cover Harvie S / Kenny Barron albumAmazon || iTunes

Elizabeth Sackett
No album or photo currently available
Cécile McLorin Salvant
(born August 28, 1989 in Miami, Florida -- jazz singer)



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San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
(founded 1978)


album: San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus "How Fair This Place"
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Corey Saunders
(singer and actor)

No album cover currently available

Merl Saunders
(born February 14, 1934, San Mateo, California, US - died October 24, 2008 (age 74) -- rock, folk, world music, new age organist and pianiist)

Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia "Keystone Companions: The Complete 1973 Fantasy Recordings"
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Boz Scaggs
(born William Royce Scaggs June 8, 1944, Canton, Ohio, US -- jazz, rock, pop singer, guitarist and songwriter)

album cover Boz Scaggs "At Last"
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Jane Scheckter
(American jazz singer)

album cover: In Times Like These Jane Scheckter
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Diane Schuur
(born December 10, 1953, Tacoma, Washington US -- Jazz, Blues, Pop singer and pianist)

album cover: Diane Schuur "Music Is My Life"
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Jonathan Schwartz
(born June 28, 1938, New York City, son of Songbook composer Arthur Schwartz -- radio personlity known for his promotion and knowledge of The Great American Songbook)

album cover: Jonathan Schwartz and Arthur Schwartz "Alone Together"
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Vivienne Segal
(born April 19, 1897, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania US - died December 29, 1992 (age 95), Beverly Hills, California US -- Broadway stage and film actress and singer)

album cover: "Pal Joey"
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Peter Sellers
(born Richard Henry Sellers, September 8, 1925, Southsea UK - died July 24, 1980, age 54, Fitzrovia UK) -- actor, comedian and singer)

album cover "The Best of Sellers"
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Annie Sellick
(Nashville based jazz and standards singer)


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Ralph Sharon
(born September 17, 1923, London, England,
Jazz pianist,
leader Ralph Sharon Trio)


album cover: Ralph Sharon Trio "The Magic of George Gershwin"
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Artie Shaw
(born Arthur Jacob Arshawsky, May 23, 1910, New York City US - died December 30, 2004 (age 94) Thousand Oaks, California, US - big band leader and clarinetist)

album cover "The Essential Artie Shaw"
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Diane Shaw
(British soul and jazz singer)

album cover: Diane Shaw "Jazz Nites"
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Ian Shaw
(born St. Asaph, Wales, UK, June 2, 1962 -- jazz singer and stand-up comedian)


album cover: "Somewhere Towards Love" by Ian Shaw
Amazon || iTunesicon

George Shearing
(born August 13, 1919, Battersea, London - died February 14, 2011 (age 91) New York City -- jazz pianist)


album cover: "Best of George Shearing"


Amazon || iTunesicon

album cover: "Nat King Cole Sings George Shearing Plays"

Daryl Sherman
(Born Woonsocket, Rhode Island, US -jazz singer)



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Dinah Shore
(born Frances Rose Shore, February 29, 1916, Winchester, Tennessee, US - died February 24, 1994 (age 77) Beverly Hills, California, US -- pop singer)

album cover: Dinah Shore and Andre Previn "Dinah Sings, Previn Plays"
Amazon || iTunes icon
Bobby Short
(born Robert Waltrip Short, September 15, 1924, Danville, Illinois, US - died March 21, 2005 (age 80) New York City -- cabaret pianist and singer)


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Beverly Sills
(born May 25, 1929, Brooklyn, New York - died July 2, 2007, New York City -- operatic soprano and chief administrator of New York City Opera, Lincoln Center and Metropolitan Oera)

album cover: "The Very Best of Beverly Sills"
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Carly Simon
(born Carly Elisabeth Simon, June 25, 1945, New York City -- folk, rock, and standards singer)

album cover: Carly Simon "Torch"
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Nina Simone
(born Eunice Kathleen Waymon, February 21, 1933, Tryon, North Carolina, US - died April 21, 2003 (age 70) -- Carry-le-Rouet, Bouches-du-Rhône, France -- jazz, blues and folk singer)

album cover: Nina Simone "After Hours"
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Performers on "Sa" - "Sim" Page
(Click name to go directly to entry)

Harvie S
Elizabeth Sackett
Cécile McLorin Salvant
San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
Corey Saunders
Merl Saunders
Boz Scaggs
Jane Scheckter
Diane Schuur
Jonathan Schwartz
Vivienne Segal
Peter Sellers
Annie Sellick
Ralph Sharon
Artie Shaw
Diane Shaw
Ian Shaw
George Shearing
Daryl Sherman
Dinah Shore
Bobby Short
Beverly Sills
Carly Simon
Nina Simone
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