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Jane Stuart Upcoming Appearances 5/18 Cedar Grove Library (NJ) & 6/3 New Leaf Restaurant (NYC)

May 10, 2011

To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
Press Contact: Jim Eigo, jazzpromo@earthlink.net 


Jane Stuart  Upcoming Appearances

Wednesday, May 18th 3-4PM
Jane Stuart’s “B’Way All Jazzed Up”
w. Ted Brancato-kybd and Rick De Kovessey-drms
Cedar Grove Library
1 Municipal Plaza
Cedar Grove NJ

Jazz meets Broadway with some of the best selections from The Wiz, Oliver, Porgy and Bess, Oklahoma, Wicked and more. Jane brings warmth, sophistication and a fun sense of humor to her show. All the tunes have exciting and beautiful arrangements with a jazz feel, lending a new experience to great songs, that are loved by so many.

Friday, June 3rd 7:30-10:30
Jane Stuart Trio
New Leaf Restaurant
Rave Tesar-kybd and Rick De Kovessey-drms
The Cloisters in Ft. Tryon Park (1 Margaret Corbin Dr).New York City 
RES. A MUST!! 212-568-5323      http://www.nyrp.org/newleaf FREE PARKING ON SITE

Everyone loves this place. Have a sumptuous dinner or hang at the bar. No cov/min. Beautiful, scenic, great vibe place with exquisite food. Rave Tesar, Rick De Kovessey and I will perform jazz standards, some R&B and whatever hits the fan! 

New CD

Jane Stuart “DON’T LOOK BACK” Street Date: March 8, 2011
Jane Stuart-vocalsRave Tesar- keyboardsRick De Kovessey- drumsSue Williams- bass (# 1, 2, 7, 8, 10, 12)
Kermit Driscoll- bass (#3, 4, 5, 6, 11)Emedin Rivera- percussion, whistlesDave Stryker- guitarDick Oatts- alto sax, fluteFrank Elmo- tenor sax
Background vocals- Rick De Kovessey, Orlando Quinones, Paige Sandusky, Rave Tesar  

“From the opening track’s impact, she is a knock out – a rare treat and an absolute sensation, who grabs the whole of each tune,extracts its essence and negotiates it into a moving story of human interfaces. She instantly communicates via her seductive individualized sound and articulation of lyric. Born to sing as a “musicians’ singer”, she invites her listeners into her passion of flaming fire to toasty warmth and from purrs and whispers to shouts and wails. Jane has been singing for a long time (since age five). Her track record as an excellent tap dancer and thespian includes her singing different styles early on. Her development reveals a persistent profile of growth in her singing, reflecting her joy and focus on teaching and learning increments.”—Dr. Herb Wong

Song selections for Don’t Look Back include rarely heard gems, Cole Porter’s Experiment, Johnny Mandel’s title cut, a soulful I’ll Follow The Sun and a gorgeous ballad Let It Come To You, an original by Jane. Most of the arranging is a collaboration of Jane with Rave Tesar. The terrific cast of players includes guest soloist Dick Oatts on alto and flute (also arranger on Experiment), Dave Stryker on guitar plus stellar support from the rhythm section, some of her favorite players that graced her last recording: pianist and co-producer Rave Tesar, bassists Sue Williams and Kermit Driscoll, tenor saxophonist Frank Elmo and drummer/husband Rick De Kovessey, in addition to percussionist Emedin Rivera.

For Interviews, Photos and Promos Contact:
Jim Eigo Jazz Promo Services T: 845-986-1677 E-Mail: jazzpromo@earthlink.net


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