Los Angeles Jazz Singer 7

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Los Angeles Jazz Singer 7

This Los Angeles Jazz Singer and his Jazz Band are jazz standards group that hearkens back to the golden age of the jet set. With a smooth, warm voice that echoes Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett and Bobby Darin, this singer croons the Great American Songbook, backed by some of LA's finest and seasoned Jazz musicians.

Los Angeles Jazz Singer repertoire

This Los Angeles Jazz Singer specializes in The Great American Songbook. He and his Jazz band perform at various events and venues all over Southern California, including The Bar Nineteen12 of The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Ritz Carlton at Corona Del Mar, The Riviera Hotel and Frank Sinatra House in Palm Springs, and Now Boarding Cocktail Lounge in West Hollywood.

Los Angeles Jazz Singer appearances

He has appeared on local radio stations including The Fabulous 570 KLAC, The Lounge on 690 AM and Martini In The Morning with radio personalities Brad "Martini" Chambers and Gary Owens. This Los Angeles Jazz Singer recently performed at the popular Eagle Rock Music Festival, as well as The Mistletoe and Martini Christmas Concert at The Universal Amphitheater sponsored by the radio station where Frank Sinatra Jr., Natalie Cole, Steve Tyrell, Bobby Caldwell and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy also performed.

To book this Jazz singer, please contact Best Entertainment Inc by email or by phone.

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Country United States
City Los Angeles
State/Province California
Performer Type Musical Act
Testimonial #1

“[He] has created an impressive debut recording. The influences by other singers of classic pop like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Nat “King” Cole are present in his swinging approach to the material.”
"He is nicely abetted by the Robbins arrangements that provide a larger sound than one would expect from a septet. [He] has created an impressive debut recording."

- Joey Land of Jersey Jazz Review

Testimonial #2 “A pretty hip jazz singer in the Bob Dorough vein: the same light, bari-tenor vocal range and subtle but swinging phrasing…. I can’t recall hearing a hipper version of Jule Styne’s Time After Time, and he really does do a wonderful job on Isham Jones’ old evergreen It Had to Be You.” - Lynn Rene Beyley (The Art Music Lounge)
Testimonial #3 “A real swinger leading a swinging combo that fills the room like a big band. A natural performer… this is a fine way to get your dose of swinging at home.” - Chris Spector (Midwest Record)
Testimonial #4 "Day By Day – a stunning, sometimes intimate, often playfully swinging and coolly bluesy crooner’s paradise. " - Jonathan Widran (JW Vibe)
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