Staci Griesbach (pronounced "STAY-cee GREECE bahk" / "Greece" "Bach") is a Los Angeles-based vocalist bringing together her passion for jazz and country music with her debut album, "My Patsy Cline Songbook." Throughout the album, Staci takes fans on a journey through songs Patsy Cline made famous by some of Nashville's most renown songwriters including Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard, Bob Wills, Willie Nelson and songs like "Walkin' After Midnight," which Rolling Stone hailed as "a gorgeous jazz interpretation."
"An album worthy of being added to the Great American Songbook," Staci's debut album showcases these prolific American songwriters contributed greatly to the Nashville Sound - arguably in the same way Irving Berlin and Cole Porter contributed to the foundation of jazz standards that exist today. Similarly, Patsy Cline has arguably shaped and influenced nearly every female country singer today, much as Ella Fitzgerald or Billie Holiday had in the jazz landscape. Staci presents an opportunity to consider exploring more than one Great American Songbook, cross-pollinating jazz styling with country music lyrics and melody. Featuring interpretations of “She’s Got You,” “I Fall To Pieces,” “Crazy,” "Sweet Dreams among others, "My Patsy Cline Songbook" marks the first full-length Patsy Cline tribute album presented in a contemporary jazz style.