Jazz artist JOAN CRAWFORD joins AMAC RECORDS and her new CD entitled "STEPPING OUT" is scheduled to be released December 15, 2004. This Detroit native has been featured with the Jimmie Wilkins orchestra as well as the Montreux-Detroit International Jazz Festival. Invited by Martha Reeves to join the National Tour of Fars Waller's "Ain't Misbehavin", Ms Crawford played the roll of Armelia and reveived rave reviews for her performances throughout the country. She has appeared in the movie "Detroit Comedy Jame, The Movie" filmed at the Fisher Theater in Detroit. Other stage performances include "The Door", "Gullah Tales", "Mrs. Grace Mattox", "Save Yourself Sister...the Survival of an X-Married Woman", "When Wild Geese Fly" and more. She was the opening act for Ella Fitzgerald and Nancy Wilson, she has performed at The Whitney House, Bakers Keyboard Lounge, WDET Detroit, and The Ed Love Show. AMAC is proud to add JOAN CRAWFORD as our newest AMAC artists. You are listening to a medley of some of the tracks of Joan's upcoming CD "STEPPING OUT". Be sure to check back for updates on the release of her new CD.