Gardner & Fuller
Cecily Gardner is a singer, voice teacher, and songwriter with a B.A. in music from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Having spent many years making her living as a singer in the San Francisco Bay Area, she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue her songwriting career. Cecily was one of 14 songwriters selected to participate in the yearly ASCAP West Coast Pop Workshop conducted in L.A. She was also awarded the 1993 Lionel Richie Songwriting Scholarship at UCLA Extension.
Cecily has recorded and appeared with many artists including Bobby McFerrin, Linda Tillery, Patti Cathcart (of Tuck and Patti, Windham Hill recording artists), Dianne Reeves, and William Kennedy (formerly of Yellowjackets).
Among her most noteworthy collaborations, Cecily recorded vocals for the tribute album to David Foster, “Fly Away” (2009). She beautifully performed a rendition of the classic “Look What You’ve Done To Me”, featuring David Foster himself on keyboards.
* Visit Cecily at www.cecilygardner.com
Scott Fuller, keyboardist/arranger and 35-year veteran in the music industry, has accumulated a long list of studio, composition and live performance credits.
He was head writer/producer for an award winning San Francisco music company and acted as musical director for events contracted by IBM, Amway and others.
Together Scott and long-time collaborator Chris Camozzi co-wrote the #1 contemporary jazz hit “Swing Shift”. Most recently Scott and Chris teamed up to produce a #3 hit single on the U.K. R&B charts for artist Victor Fields.
Scott has also written with super producer Narada Michael Walden for chart topping vocalist Jeanie Tracy.
Of his my musical accomplishments, his time co-writing with Cecily Gardner and their magical encounter with the incomparable Warren Wiebe remain his most cherished highlight.
Scott has also just released a Holiday album entitled "Christmas Children" (as a digital download). This is a really beautiful collection of songs, featuring other great session players like Chris Camozzi and Rich Kuhns. Absolutely worth checking out.
* Visit Scott at www.soundsfullermusic.com