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|Born||September 24, 1949|
Waltham, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Associated acts||Dave Frishberg, Dan Barrett, Harry Allen|
- Looking at You with Dave Frishberg (PHD Music, 1994)
- I Saw Stars with Dave Frishberg (Arbors, 1994)
- Cactus Setup with Jim Mason (PHD, 1995)
- Not a Care in the World with Dave Frishberg (Arbors, 1996)
- Stealin' Apples with the California Swing Cats (Jazzology, 1997)
- It's Easy to Remember (Orb, 1998)
- Concentratin' on Fats (Jazzology, 1999)
- Moments Like This (Heavywood, 2001)
- The Starlit Hour with Dave Frishberg (Arbors, 2001)
- Rebecca Kilgore with the Keith Ingham Sextet (Jump, 2001)
- A Remembrance of Maxine Sullivan: Harlem Butterfly (Audiophile, 2001)
- Jump Presents the Music of Jimmy Van Heusen (Jump, 2005)
- Winter Warm with Tom Grant (2007)
- I Wish You Love with Lyle Ritz (2007)
- Why Fight the Feeling? (Arbors, 2008)
- Bossa Style with Lyle Ritz (2009)
- Rebecca Kilgore Sings the Music of Jerome Kern (Audiophile, 2010)
- Yes, Indeed! (Blue Swing, 2010)
- Just Imagine (Blue Swing, 2014)
- I Like Men (Arbors, 2014)
- Two Songbirds of a Feather with Nicki Parrott (Arbors, 2015)
- Moonshadow Dance (Cherry Pie Music, 2016)
- Get Ready for BED (Blue Swing, 2002)
- BEDlam (Blue Swing, 2004)
- Watch Out (Blue Swing, 2006)
- BED Four + 1 (2008)
With Wholly Cats
- Doggin' Around (1982)
With Harry Allen
- Harry Allen-Joe Cohn Quartet Performs Music from Guys and Dolls (Arbors, 2007)
- Harry Allen-Joe Cohn Quartet Plays Music from South Pacific (Arbors, 2009)
- Harry Allen Quintet Plays Music from The Sound of Music (Arbors, 2011)
- Live at Feinstein's at Loews Regency: Celebrating Lady Day and Prez (Arbors, 2011)
With Dan Barrett
- Moon Song (Arbors, 1998)
- Blue Swing (Arbors, 2000)
- Being a Bear: Jazz for the Whole Family (Arbors, 2000)
With Bucky Pizzarelli
- Back in the Saddle Again (Arbors, 2009)
- Diggin' Up Bones (Arbors, 2009)
- Pizarelli Party (Arbors, 2009)
With John Sheridan
- Dream Band, Make Me Some More (Arbors, 1999)
- Get Rhythm in Your Feet (Arbors, 2002)
- Easy as It Gets (Arbors, 2005)
- Hooray for Christmas (Arbors, 2010)
- Niemann-Ross, Mark (October 6, 2010). "Would someone tell Rebecca Kilgore that she's famous?". Oregon Music News. Archived from the original on January 4, 2015. Retrieved January 4, 2015.
- "2010 Inductees: Rebecca Kilgore". Oregon Music Hall of Fame. Archived from the original on January 4, 2015. Retrieved January 4, 2015.
- Gelly, Dave (August 9, 2014). "I Like Men review – surprises and subtle perfection from Rebecca Kilgore". The Guardian. London. Retrieved January 4, 2015.
- "Recordings". Rebecca Kilgore. Retrieved 11 August 2019.
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