The Healing Power of a Song is a documentary featuring songwriter, singer and cancer survivor Benita Hill, who through the telling of her story and her music, reaches out to everyone with an inspiring and healing message.

 


 

 

Happy about her blues
Songwriter, singer, recording artist, documentary producer, television personality, motivational speaker-these are just a few of the many colored hats that Benita Hill wears on her creative journey. The former background vocalist for the Allman Brothers has written number one songs for Garth Brooks and her songs have been covered by artists in multiple genres-the legendary Isaac Hayes, gospel jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum, country songbird Crystal Gayle and many more.Her music has appeared in Broadway musicals, television and radio commercials (she’s the voice of “Santa Baby”for Jaguar Automobiles) and she has released six critically acclaimed CDs of her original jazz/pop inflected songs.Three of her songs,co-written with Julia Rich,are performed worldwide as part of the Glenn Miller orchestra’s standard repertoire. Most recently, her documentary The Healing Power of A Song, premiered nationally on the Blue Highways television network.She also tours with a seminar of the same name, encouraging others to pursue their unique creative voice by following the music of their hearts.

Benita’s live performances are dynamic and mesmerizing, whether singing her own songs or covering the Great American Songbook. With her trademark sultry and sensitive vocals, she has shared the stage around the world with artists such as Michael Franks,Boney James,Chuck Mangione and Raul Malo. Her story of being a cancer survivor, combined with her music and inspiring message, uplifts audiences everywhere.


-“Nashville’s greatest jazz singer” Phil Sweetland, Music Writer for The New York Times

-“Exquisite vocals” Kirk Whalum,Grammy winning recording artist

-“Top album of the season”(Christmas) Peter Cooper,Craig Havighurst,The Tennessean

-“Fresh as a just poured cosmopolitan” The Nashville Scene

-“Ms. Hill’s music is hauntingly beautiful” Doug Boynton,www.girlsingers.org,UK

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“Benita Hill has always loved performing torch songs, jazzy pieces and blues-favored numbers; but she’s enjoyed such success doing many other things that until recently she had never gotten around to recording a disc of standards. But her latest release, I’ll See You In My Song, is not only her foray into that territory, but like all Hill’s projects, it is quite distinctive and stands apart from the array of similarly-themed works from rockers that lack her interpretative flair and jazz sensibility.”
--Ron Wynn, Nashville City Paper


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