Cynthia Crane (born 1936) is a New York City-based jazz and cabaret singer who has performed locally for forty years. She has been reviewed by The New York Times, Jazz Now, Jazz Times, Daily Variety and Time Out New York. John S. Wilson, in The New York Times, called her "Polished and compelling." In 2009 she became a victim in the Bernard Madoff financial fraud scheme and was forced to sell her 1855 Greenwich Village Brownstone and 1909 Steinway grand piano as a result.
|I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues/Mood Indigo/Blue Prelude||4:23|
|Blues in the Night||3:44|
|That Old Black Magic||2:35|
Blue Rendezvous 
|If You Could See Me Now||5:20|
|You Don't Know What Love Is||6:05|
|Serenade in Blue||5:24|