Sybil Thomas was born to sing. She has been singing since she was five years of age. Her first big break came in the early 70’s when she toured Italy with the distinguished group, The Platters, as the only female singer. Sybil is from a line of music royalty that cannot be matched. As the daughter of the legendary Rufus Thomas, the Stax Records recording artist, who was a famous disc jockey from the WDIA radio in Memphis Tennessee, known for "The Memphis Sound", and the sister of Carla Thomas; she is bound for greatness.

In her career she has worked with other such music artists as Jeffrey Osborne, Luther Vandross, Phyllis Hyman, and George Duke. As well as international legends such as jazz trombonist Hiroshi Fukumura, singing the lead vocals on the song entitled, "The Only One For Me" featured on the Hot Shot album; and Teramasu Hino, the renowned jazz saxophonist. She has toured with remarkable artists such as Lou Rawls and The Pointer Sisters. She has toured internationally with many Grammy award winning artists, such as Roberta Flack, Peabo Bryson, and Stevie Wonder. Her captivating voice has been heard on several internationally aired commercials for Max Factor, Britannia Jeans, and Yoplait Yogurt to name a few.

Sybil’s voice and passion for music has brought down the house in several New York nightclubs, such as, the Apollo Theatre, 7th Avenue South, and Green Street Bar and Café in the Village, as she worked the circuit in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Her international hit record, "Rescue Me" and the voice of Raw Silk’s "Do It to the Music", from West End Records, has stood the test of time and is still on the request list all over Europe.

Sybil has also made several special television appearances on the hit comedy show "Saturday Night Live". She would be seen singing backup for several Eddie Murphy skits, Joe Cocker, and comedian Lily Tomlin.

1977 Reach for It | George Duke | Vocals
1978 Love Affair | Gary Bartz | Vocals (Background)
1978 Everyday Every night | Flora Purim | Vocals (Background)
1979 Manolo | Manolo Badrena | Vocals
1979 Somewhere in My Lifetime | Phyllis Hyman | Vocals (Background)
1980 Rain Forest | Jay Hoggard | Vocals 1981 Never Too Much | Luther Vandross | Vocals (Background)
1981 West End Story, Vol. 1 | Various Artists | Performer
1982 Plug It | Oliver Lake | Vocals
1983 Life Is Art | Various Artists | Vocals (Background)
1986 Joyride | Pieces of a Dream | Vocals (Background)
1987 Carasmatic | Irene Cara | Vocals (Background)
1991 Dream On | George Duke | Vocals
1996 Greatest Hits | George Duke | Vocals, Rap
1996 One Night in Bangkok | Robey | Vocals (Background)
1996 Best of Pieces of a Dream Pieces of a Dream Vocals (Background)
1996 Legacy of Phyllis Hyman | Phyllis Hyman | Vocals (Background)
1996 Mega Disco | Various Artists | Performer
1998 This Is Jazz, Vol. 37 | George Duke | Vocals
1998 Remembered [Roadshow] | Phyllis Hyman | Vocals (Background)
1999 R&B: From Doo Wop to Hip Hop | Various Artists | Vocals (Background)
2003 Essential Luther Vandross [2-CD/DVD] | Luther Vandross | Vocals
2003 Essential Luther Vandross [2003] | Luther Vandross | Vocals
2003 Essential Luther Vandross [Limited Edition 3.0] | Luther Vandross | Vocals
2004 Collection: Never Too Much/The Power of Love/Give Me the Reason | Luther Vandross | Vocals (Background)
2005 Collection: Never Too Much/Forever, For Always, For Love/Busy Body | Luther Vandross | Vocals (Background)
2005 Never Too Much/Forever, For Always, For Love/Busy Body | Luther Vandross | Vocals (Background)
2006 Nothing Will Be as It Was...Tomorrow/Everyday Everynight | Flora Purim | Vocals (Background)
2007 Ultimate George Duke | George Duke | Rap, Vocals
2007 Love, Luther | Luther Vandross | Vocals
2007 Love, Luther [Tri-Fold Book Version] | Luther Vandross | Vocals
2008 One Who Sees All Things | Harry Whitaker | Voices
2009 Music of Luther Vandross | Luther Vandross | Vocals