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Carter Calvert is best known for originating her role in the Tony nominated, It Ain't Nothin' But The Blues on Broadway. The New York Times wrote, "Carter Calvert effervesces: her voice echoes chimes in the night" and "Her smoldering grip on "Fever" is positively dangerous". Previously Ms. Calvert appeared in the World Premiere of Forbidden Vegas in a role she originated. New York credits include the Broadway, Original Cast Album and touring productions of It Ain't Nothin' But The Blues. Off-Broadway she appeared in Forbidden Broadway and The Thing About Men at the Promenade Theatre. Ms. Calvert toured Europe in Smokey Joe's Cafe, played Grizabella in the national tour of Cats, and appeared as the title role in Always, Patsy Cline. Regional credits include: IANBTB at Denver Center Theatre Company, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Crossroads Theatre Company, New Victory Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theater. Sunday in the Park with Georgeat Arena Stage, Unsung Cole... and Classics too and A Grand Night for Singing at Cleveland Playhouse, Honky Tonk Angels at Cincinnati Playhouse at the Park, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change at Theatre By The Sea (Rhode Island) and Kiss Me Kate at Theatre Under The Stars (Houston). Television credits include: The David Letterman Show, Rosie O'Donnell Show, and The Today Show. She has opened for Liza Minnelli, The Temptations, Chubby Checker and Marilyn McCoo. In 1993, she was named Best Female Vocalist of the Year by Starsong Records. Downbeat Magazine named her Best Female Jazz Vocalist. Ms. Calvert is also an accomplished voice-over artist and can be seen in numerous national commercials including Wendy's, Voom, MTV and Charles Schwab. She is currently the voice of Airwick.Ms. Calvert has a debut Jazz CD, called "Fever," available at Website: