Jazzzelle is a singer and an urban music recording artist. She also sings standards from the American Songbook in concert in theaters and venues. Jazzzelle started singing in Washington, D.C. at a young age. Then she became active in music groups, and theater companies.
Jazzzelle sang with City. This music group took her to many venues including the Washington Convention Center, luncheons, galas, and churches in the Washington, D.C. area.
Later, she joined The UDC Chorale and Voices. She performed with them at venues such as the Mellon Auditorium, and the National Academy of Sciences. Sharing the stage with Denise Graves was a highlight for the Chorale.
Jazzzelle is a guest host and emcee for White House events, and many cultural events.
Jazzzelle has shared the stage with musicians such as Nnenna Freelon, Pierce Freelon, Sharon Clark, Joel Holmes, Howard Franklin, Carlton Burgess, Melba Moore, Karen Clark-Sheard, Stephen Hurd, Dr. Marva Cooper, William Hubbard, Jonathan Butler, Gerry Gillespie, Everette Williams, Valeria Foster, Nelda Ormond, and William Jones to name a few. Her musical versatility is showcased in many artistic styles. She is making her mark in music.