She’s a classically trained pianist who plays banjo, accordion and guitar, played trumpet with the University of Calgary Jazz Band and sang alto with the Calgary Philharmonic Chorus. Yet Calgarian Jacquie Drew’s stint with Tom Phillips and the Men of Constant Sorrow prepared her to create this stunning debut. When Drew left the band earlier this year, she continued to follow their high standards, hiring Steve Pineo, Thom Moon and other veterans to support her sound. And what a sound — a rich brew of influences from blues to country and jazz, laced with everywoman themes and intimate moments. So many of Drew’s self-penned songs sound like standards that her two classic covers don’t rise to the top like cream, but blend right in with her own tunes.