DECEMBER 6 Christmas release: I'VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM

I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

"VOCAL JAZZ SWEETNESS"

“Excellent, swingin' song ... "

Kurt Gabriel ECMA-Radio - Austria


"Great jazz interpretation"

– Randy Schlager, Radio Free America / KNHC 89.5 FM Seattle


'“Great song, great arrangements... world-class music..."

Jeff Moses, WJMX-DB Smooth Jazz Boston Global Radio - Boston


“Great song well interpreted by this great singer..."

–  Dan Stokes, 7TAS - Tasman FM 97.7 FM Nubeena, Tasmania


“Just beautiful” 

– Peter Argiris, Radio Apopsi, Kalamata, Greece


“LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT” 

– Bryant S LittleJohn, KISS 108FM / JOY94.4FM / KIK94.5FM


“This makes Christmas merry!”

 Terry Trouyet, WHFC 91.1 FM Bel Air, Maryland


“Beautiful, warm song!!”

George Milos, Radio Flora TM - Timisoara, Romania

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Brenda's Latest Holiday Releases

December 6 marks Brenda's worldwide release of the fun holiday classic I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm


"I absolutely love singing this song! I have an exciting big band arrangement where the musicians and studio have done a fabulous job capturing Irving Berlin's original energy and verve." ~ Brenda 

Produced by Ross Wooldridge and recorded at Toronto’s Canterbury Music Company


Previously Released:

Lusciously orchestrated and sophisticated version of the holiday classic Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

Brenda’s rich and expressive voice is perfect for this iconic song by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane.


Both singles are available for digital download now. You can pre-order Brenda's upcoming album "Life Among Giants" on Bandcamp. Available in digital download, CD and Limited Edition Vinyl.

The Jazz Torch

“Comfortable in any style, Brenda has a knack for the smooth jazz, torch and smokey room sound that plays so well with the smart and sharp set as well as an integral place floating in the ethos, just out of reach.” – Kevin Barber, Barber Shop Podcast, Hamilton

Smooth, Bluesy, Mystical

“A natural singer who can easily do jazz or pop."  – Carl Jennings, Freedom Train