Nicollette Sullivan Releases her debut studio album Titled “Nicollette”
Nicollette Sullivan, a singer-songwriter from California, has released her debut studio album “Nicollette.” The contemporary jazz and pop singer embodies the simple charm of being human; undeniably, there is something intensely intimate about her music.
Nicollette Sullivan may be the newest name in the music industry, but she has already started to create a buzz with her seductive voice. Her music incorporates elements of jazz, R&B, blues, gospel, and pop, giving it a fresh, new voice.
Besides being ethereal, lighthearted, and transcendental, her lyrics are thoughtful, passionate, and reflective. Nicollette was exposed to a wide range of music, including EDM, hip hop, R&B, rock, and mainstream pop, but her interest gravitated toward classic old-school jazz and blues artists such as Billie Holiday, Etta James, Josephine Baker, and Ella Fitzgerald.
The album “Nicolette” introduces the artist in which she showcases sophistication inspired by 1930s to 1950s Hollywood glamour, drawing inspiration from artists like Audrey Hepburn, Joan Crawford, and Marilyn Monroe.
Nicollette combines these visual and musical influences with each track to create an enlivening and unique listening experience. Her audience is definitely going to get emotionally charged after listening to her seductive, tempting, and timeless voice. The album was recorded at C4 Music Lab in Highland Park, California, and features guest appearances from world-renowned studio musicians Lee Thornburg, Jimbo Ross, Ed Roth, Tony Mandracchia, and Doug Webb.