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Freddy Cole - Dec. 26-28 - The Jazz Standard - NYC
(Published: November 21, 2014)

#2 on the Jazz Week Chart For Weeks

The great Freddy Cole and his new CD, Singing The Blues (High Note) are red-hot and in the running for a Grammy® nomination. The CD hit #2 on Jazz Week. Freddy makes his New York City appearance this December 26-28 at the Jazz Standard.

Freddy Cole Quartet
Date: Friday, Dec 26th - Sunday, Dec 28th, 2014
Venue: Jazz Standard
116 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016
Performance: 7:30pm & 9:30pm
Phone: 212-576-2232
Reservations: www.jazzstandard.com

Band line-up:
Freddy Cole - lead, vocal, piano
Elias Bailey - bass
Quentin Baxter - drums
Randy Napoleon - guitar

"Freddy has an impeccable sense of swing... he is, overall, the most maturely expressive male jazz singer of his generation, if not the best alive."
- The New York Times

"We should consider ourselves equally as fortunate to hear more from this jazz great with the panache of Duke Ellington and a voice like "raw silk."

"Gorgeous autumnal baritone, expressive phrasing and pitch-perfect feel for jazz standards, pop tunes and love ballads."
- People Magazine

Freddy Cole (vocals), Harry Allen (tenor sax), John di Martino (piano), Randy Napoleon (guitar), Elias Bailey (bass). Curtis Boyd (drums), Theresa Hightower (guest vocalist)

Freddy Cole is one of American popular music's most beloved performers. Like his dear friend, Tony Bennett, Cole is a true musician's musician. His legacy spans the Great American Songbook, jazz and blues with a signature vocal style and charismatic stage presence that are uniquely his own. In this release, Cole pays homage to the blues as the foundation of jazz and popular music.

On "Singing the Blues", Cole fronts a seasoned All-Star band that delivers the goods on such forgotten gems as "The Ballad of the Sad Young Men" and Steve Allen's "An Old Piano Plays the Blues." Cole's unmistakable voice and style as a storyteller always leaves you wanting more.

More Information: http://www.freddycole.com/

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