Jean Carne
03/15/1947 in Columbus, GA

Biography

Jean Carn, also spelled Jean Carne (born Sarah Jean Perkins; March 15, 1947) is an American jazz and pop singer. In mid career, she added a final e to her name, reportedly under the advice of a numerologist. Carn is a vocalist credited with a five octave vocal range. She is recognized for her unique vocal ability and has proven herself to be a vocalist of unlimited depth and dimension. She began her recording career with her then-husband, pianist Doug Carn, for Black Jazz Records. Carn has worked with some of the most prolific soul artists, producers and songwriters over the years, including Dizzy Gillespie, Norman Connors, The Temptations, Glenn Jones, the late Phyllis Hyman, Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, among other stellar musicians. Carn has also acted as record/vocal producer and arranger on her own projects and for others in the music fraternity. ... (see more)


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