Grace Garland, singer-actress-songwriter, brings a unique
fusion of jazz and contemporary R&B to her ultra-sultry
lyrics. Grace’s music is an intimate experience; it’s that innervoice,
that voice behind closed doors after having a few martinis
with your girlfriends, or that voice that you’re only courageous
enough to share with yourself. Grace Garland’s music speaks to
women, allowing for reflection, empowerment and feel-good
Grace has been an entertainer from the beginning. She is known
for her stunning solo performances and for sharing the
spotlight with her band The G-Spot Band as well as a variety of
musicians including: the late Phyllis Hyman; Jazz Flutist Bobbi
Humphrey; Grammy Award-Winning Songwriter Julie Gold;
The Carl Orrie Trio, Peter Cincotti, Rob Thomas and John Mayer.
When she’s not singing, Grace’s voice can be heard on countless
TV and radio spots, most notably with actor James Earl Jones
and the legendary blues guitarist B. B. King.
Grace’s film & TV credits include; Q’s Mom (Omar Epps’
mother in the Hip-Hop cult classic Juice); the voice of Aunt Debra
in Bill Cosby’s animated series Little Bill; Thicker Than Blood
(TNT) with Dan Futterman; three seasons in the sketch comedy
ensemble of the Apollo Comedy Hour (National Syndication)
originating new characters as well as parodying everyone from
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton to Tina Turner; and the
relationship therapist, Dr. Love in the romantic comedy 30 Years
to Life starring former SNL’s Tracy Morgan.
However, Grace is most proud of her work as a volunteer
entertainer for Lifebeat Hearts & Voices, where she performs
for patients living with AIDS. The ability to make someone smile
and forget their problems, if even for a minute, is what Grace says
it is all about.
Grace's debut solo album, Lovers Never Lie (In Bed), was released on
Shark Meat Records. The album is the definition of Grace: sexy,
honest and passionate - without apologies.