Maggie Worsdale





Maggie Worsdale is a New Jersey based jazz singer. She has performed in many of the major jazz clubs around the country and is the lead singer for the NYC based band

Sweet Whiskey

Maggie Worsdale has been selected twice as one of the top 10 jazz singers in the New York / New Jersey area and has been featured in The Annual Frank Sinatra Birthday Bash at the renown Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank New Jersey.

Early in her career, Maggie Worsdale joined Bob Hope on stage as his opening act. Opening for George Burns soon followed. Maggie was a personal guest of Bob and Delores Hope at his 90th Birthday Celebration at NBC studios in Burbank, CA. 

Maggie Worsdale had this to say about Bob Hope's 90th Birthday Celebration:

"The only autograph I wanted that night was from Ginger Rogers. She was so sweet and graciously signed my invitation in grand Hollywood Star Style. When I finally got to Bob Hope, he wanted to know when I'd be singing. I smiled, paused and Bob jumped right in with "Rosemary Clooney will give you one of her songs. Go and ask her."

"Maggie Worsdale has that special ability to take a song and make you listen; really listen to what it has to say. No vocal tricks or gimmicks; just straight away, down to earth talent. Maggie Worsdale is pure entertainer, with a voice that delivers on every note."

Kevin Eubanks, Past Musical Director and Band Leader of THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO