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Jazz Music Vocalist Jerry Costanzo, Jerry Weldon, Sax, Feinstein’s-NY, Jan. 18

Jazz Vocalist Jerry Costanzo Leads His Trio Plus Special Guest, Jazz Saxophonist Jerry Weldon, Continuing The Jazz Series at Feinstein’s, NY, January 18


Jazz music vocalist and popular song stylist Jerry Costanzo ( swings into 2012 returning to Feinstein’s Night Club at the Loew’s Regency  (,  540 Park Avenue at 61st Street, New York City, 212-339-4095) with his jazz trio on Wednesday January 18, at 10:30 PM. He will be featuring special guest jazz music saxophonist Jerry Weldon. The jazz music vocalist will be accompanied by Tedd Firth; piano, Jennifer Vincent; bass, Jimmy Madison, drums. “Bringing the American Songbook into the 21st Century” performing classic gems as well as jazz music from his new Daywood Drive CD Can’t We Be Friends? is the singer’s focus. YouTube Video:

Jazz Saxophonist, Jerry Weldon joins the jazz vocalist and his trio for this one night only. Weldon is a charter member and featured soloist with Harry Connick Jr.’s Big Band. Jerry has toured the U.S., Europe, Asia, Australia and has also performed on many television shows worldwide with the Connick Orchestra. Jerry was most recently featured on the hit television show “American Idol” along side Mr. Connick. The saxophonist is a jazz music bandleader in his own right, leading ensembles at many of New York’s jazz clubs and at jazz festivals around the U.S. and has recorded several albums under his own name.

In addition to leading his own big band and smaller jazz music ensembles, jazz vocalist Costanzo is known for working with the top jazz musicians in the music world including Andy Farber, Steve Ash, Tedd Firth, Neal Miner, Dave Glasser, Mike LeDonne, Ralph Lalama, Ben Wolfe, Jimmy Madison, and many others. 
On February 15, saxophonist/clarinetist, Dan Block joins Jerry and his trio; and on March 21: the jazz vocalist will perform with the band from his latest CD Can’t We Be Friends?

...not a clone of Cole, Sinatra or any of those icons. His voice is smooth but has a slight gravelly quality. As all great singers do, he tells a story. . . Costanzo wows” - Jazz music critic Walter Kolosky.

“The divas have been getting all the attention the last few years but here’s a cat that knows how to swing it 50s style and could give Steve Tyrell a few pointers on how to sharpen it up to get his groove back. Costanzo and his swinging pals know how to grab the Vegas vibe that most of us have heard about but never were old enough to really experience. It’s not a time piece, just a good time that doesn’t try to recreate, but exists in its own place bringing some authenticity along for the ride. . ” - Chris Spector, Publisher & Editor.

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