Randy Crenshaw has been variously described as a "musical general practitioner in an age of specialists," a "utility infielder in the ballgame of music," "the Swiss Army knife of singers," and "jack-of-all-trades.”
He has degrees from Willamette University, Salem, OR, a Bachelor of Music in trumpet performance, and from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA a Diploma in Commercial Arranging. He has done orchestral and big-band trumpet performance, played and sung Renaissance and pre-Baroque music at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, been a country singer, and over the years has arranged for and sung with Boston-based oldies/doo-wop a cappella group "No Strings Attached," the Berklee Vocal Jazz Choir,” a cappella vocal jazz quintet "Terra Nova" (1987 Hennessey Jazz Search grand prize winners), a cappella world beat/R&B sextet "Vocal Nation," a cappella male vocal jazz quartet "Just 4 Kicks," and the contemporary Christian vocal group "The Haven Quartet," among many others. He has over forty published vocal arrangements available through Sound Music Publications, Lynnwood, WA, and UNC Jazz Press, Greeley, CO.
He currently lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and three young daughters, and is a Grammy-nominated, in-demand free-lance session singer and arranger with hundreds of major film, television, commercial, and record credits to his name.
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