Hubb's Groove With Stacey Sarah's Girl Crawford & Irene Michelle.
Join us for a very special night of music as we honor and remember Natalie Cole.
Stacey Richardson Crawford, also known as "Sarah's Girl" as a tribute to her late mother, started her career at the tender age of 3 when she began singing with her family's gospel choir, the Weeden Family Singers.
After years of honing her craft, Stacey stepped onto the big stage and began singing background for such artists as Ollie Woodson, formerly of the Temptations, Phil Perry, and the late Gerald Levert and Anthony Hamilton for more than 10 years.
Stacey has performed throughout the United States and in major overseas markets such as London, UK, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Seoul, Korea, Martinique and more than 15 Caribbean islands.
While performing on The Late Show with David Letterman, Stacey was asked by the music director, Paul Shaffer, to sing along with his band at the 2009, 2012, and 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies. With Shaffer, she sang backup for many legends that were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The list of some of the artists includes Stevie Wonder, Ringo Starr, Bill Withers, Bobby Womack, Ronnie Woods of the Rolling Stones, Donovan, Beck, and Darlene Love. She also sang for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tribute to Smokey Robinson with the legendary Martha Reeves and Mary Wilson.
Stacey was privileged to open for jazz extraordinaire, Kem, for several tour dates. She has also been a featured artist and shared the spotlight with such prominent jazz artists such as David Benoit and Pieces of a Dream.
Stacey launched her solo career in June 2011. She released her debut CD, “All About Me” which featured her single “Tonight” which soared to #4 on the UK charts.
Stacey is currently signed to Abydos records. While she continues to perform nationally, she is working on her sophomore release which is due for completion in 2017.