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As a vocal coach and artist development professional she enlightens singers (ranging from The Voice sensation Judith Hill to Romanian classical star Dan Balan) with her vast knowledge and insight, and she urges them to uncover their uniqueness. “Whether they are up-and-coming singers or established stars, I help my students to find their truth within their voice,” Spruill states. “I work deeper than just the voice, I go deep down into their spirits.”Spruill details her philosophy and strategy for success in her book 17 Points to Longevity In Show Business: Staying Focused On Your Vision. Although the book is aimed at entertainers, Spruill says the advice in 17 Points is applicable to anyone who is striving to achieve a goal. “Every business that people are in is show business because you have to show people what you have going on in order to generate business,” Spruill says. “My book outlines, step by step, how to develop your skills, promote your career and still take the time to develop your physical and spiritual well-being.”As she guides others toward professional and personal development, Stephanie Spruill continues to forge ahead on her own artistic journey. Her new, self-produced album, It’s A Jazz Day, features original songs, standards and cover tunes rendered with Spruill’s unique blend of cool elegance and fiery sass. Highlights of the ten song CD include “Nothing Lasts Forever” and “Sweet Control” (which Spruill wrote with Jeff Lorber and Diane Quander for Jon Lucien), the Thelonius Monk classic “‘Round About Midnight,” the Hollywood evergreen “As Time Goes By” (which Spruill sang as a duet with Julio Iglesias during five years of international touring) and a bilingual English/Spanish rendition of “Fever.”The album’s title track is a tribute to the legends of jazz originally written and recorded by Spruill’s longtime friend, Grammy nominee Brenda Russell. “‘It’s A Jazz Day’ is such an amazing song. It talks about the great musicians who’ve blessed us over the years. Celebrating that history and legacy is a joy as well as a responsibility,” Spruill explains.Honoring the history of music and the history of our nation is important to Stephanie Spruill. 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