Sandra cover shot

Sandra Dubose is a native of Bronx, New York and a truly gifted artist with talent to spare. Her passion for the arts was ignited as a child by her participation in her elementary school glee club and fueled by her spiritual upbringing being raised in a Christian church. She attend the “FAME” school, Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School where she honed her acting skills as a drama major. Sandra has toured with musical theater groups throughout the U.S. including the gospel play, “Mama I Want To Sing.” During her career, Sandra has been blessed with the opportunity to grace the stage with notable artists such as Edwin Hawkins, El Debarge, and Tony Terry. Today she turns her attention to exploring her love of smooth jazz. Her gospel upbringing is evident through the rich alto vocals she serves up in a delicious fusion of soul, funk and all that jazz. Sandra continuously braves the storms of life and now sings a sweet song of triumph in perfect pitch, in the key of love and in the rhythm of life.

African American Cultural Arts Festival Performance


Impromptu performance with saxophonist Marcus Anderson

“I Am Not My Hair” performed at Raleigh M.A.I.N Event

“Summertime” performed at Raleigh M.A.I.N Event

“Miss Celie’s Blues” performed for Justice Theatre Project