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Shaping Familiar Pop Tunes with a Maternal Caress
More than a decade has passed since the sultry pop-jazz singer Jane Monheit, then in her early 20s, was greeted with the ecstatic hyperbole often accorded to vocal wunderkinder.
National Public Radio
Jane Monheit On Piano Jazz
Monheit grew up on Long Island. She began singing at an early age, which comes as little surprise given the musicality of her family: Her grandmother and aunt were professional singers, her father played banjo and her mother was involved in musical theater.
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Audio review: Jane Monheit
Jazz Jane Monheit. "The Heart of the Matter." Emarcy/Decca. Jane Monheit sometimes seemed detached from the material on her earlier albums as she overemphasized her jazz chops to try to live up to the hype surrounding her.
The News Tribune
Monheit sings from the heart on new album
Jane Monheit sometimes seemed detached from the material on her earlier albums as she overemphasized her jazz chops to try to live up to the hype surrounding her.
Jazz Diva Jane Monheit Gets To The Heart Of The Matter
Growing as a musician is often a balancing act of challenging yourself without alienating your fans.
The Las Vegas Sun
It's 'Frank & Friends' today, but Wildhorn wants 'Jekyll & Hyde' to play the Smith Center
The writer of "Jekyll & Hyde," both the original version and the just-opened Broadway revival, Wildhorn is back at Cabaret Jazz at Smith Center for his "Frank Wildhorn & Friends" show.