“Innocent, genuine sensuality... Freshness consistent with discovery, identity and affirmation. The singer and the song are one.”
Owen Cordle, Contributor to Jazz Times
“Amazing performance... extraordinary syncopation... This girl is going to go to the top very quickly. There aren’t many around like her.”
Joe Regan, Jr., New York Critic
“Amongst the very best singers in the country today. Strong jazz sensibilities and unforced sophistication.”
Jack Lewin, Producer
“Breezy, yet sophisticated, and a voice that's pleasingly earthy... plush velvet with a bit of sand.”
Mona Finston, Cabaret Hotline
“That jazzy and cool drink of water, Miss Harmony Keeney... showed just how to swing.”
Jim Caruso, Cast Party Newsletter
Garnering praise from musicians and critics alike, jazz singer and songwriter Harmony Keeney has appeared at some of New York City's top venues, including Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Algonquin's Oak Room, and the world-renowned jazz club, Birdland.
Harmony's latest singles include a charming update of the Nina Simone classic, “My Baby Just Cares For Me,” as well as originals, “I Was Wrong About You” and “You’ve Got A Lot Of Nerve,” which showcase her songwriting versatility. Produced by Tony DeSare, the recordings and their accompanying videos capture Harmony’s unique combination of sophistication, vulnerability, and joyful swing.
Harmony majored in voice at Appalachian State University (Boone, NC), where she studied under baritone Joseph Amaya and jazz director Todd Wright, earning a bachelors degree in Music Industry Studies. Before moving to New York, Harmony spent several years performing in North Carolina, eventually recording her first album, “This Time It’s Love.”