April 2, 2022

CHANDRA CURRELLEY: A True Renaissance Woman

Press and Reviews

Get to Know the Jazzy Soul of Songstress Chandra Currelley Artist Spotlight!” - Tonya Jones



PARLE' The Voice Of Urban Entertainment

Chandra will be Honored May 2, 2014 @ the Ralto Theater, Atlanta, Ga.   ” - Black Women In Jazz Awards

2014 Lady Soul of Jazz Award

SoulMusic Justin Kantor
Chandra Currelley Interview on SIMCOL FM with Christopher Martin pt.1 courtersy of Amriakal Marketing Click on the link!” - Simcol.FM


Chandra Currelley signs spokesperson deal with Amirakal Marketing !                        ” - Amirakal Marketing
     Kevin J from the UK Interviews Chandra Currelley                              Chandra_Currelley_Interview_KJ_1.mp3” - Kevin J. (UK Soul Chart Top 30)

— Starpoint Radio

Chandra Currelley: A True Co-Visionary ” - Randy C. Bonds

And We Present

DVD Review : A Madea Christmas-The Play   Many of the Perry Troupe veterans grace the stage once more to bring the popular playwright’s latest creation to life. Chandra Currelly-Young is usually the sympathetic character in a Perry play but this time the vivacious chanteuse takes on a more condescending and arrogant tone. While I admire Ms. Currelly-Young most when she’s playing “the saint” I was impressed with her ice-cold portrayal of the Mansell family"s Matriarch.” - Aubrey Ward III

— FireFox News

  Serenading Tyler Perry: My Interview with Chandra Currelley   Chandra CurrelleyOn Serenading Tyler Perry and her 3 WOW Moments   Chandra Currelley crooned her way into the hearts and souls of Tyler Perry fans when she starred as the fictional jazz club owner of her namesake in his hit debut film, Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005.) Her performance was so well loved that fans scoured Atlanta locales and the internet in search of the romantic restaurant and the sultry songbird. What they found was short of staggering. Chandra has worked with some of the most influential people in the entertainment industry today including: Kenny Leon, Debbie Allen and Roy Ayers. In 1986 she replaced Mary Davis as lead singer for the S.O.S. band, a Billboard chart-topping R& B Band. Later she returned to the stage to perform off Broadway in musicals like “The Amen Corner” and “Sophisticated Ladies.” So it was no surprise that Tyler Perry recognized her talent and cast Chandra in three of his plays: “I Know I Been Changed”, “Madea’s Class Reunion” and “What’s Done In the Dark.” ”

— WOW Magazine