Having shared stages with the likes of Les Paul, Billy Stritch, and Bono, New York-based jazz vocalist Marcus Goldhaber has garnered critical raves for his "wonderfully imaginative" (JazzTimes) interpretations of straight-ahead jazz standards while earning a reputation among critics and fans for his accessible songwriting. Making his Blue Note debut backed by a formidable jazz quartet, Marcus "will have you giddy one moment, melancholy the next and loving every note" (People Magazine) with material from his forthcoming album, A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening, a mixture of his favorite standards and new originals, produced in part by Billy Jay Stein (Linda Eder, “Spider-Man,” "Beautiful" Broadway cast album). Goldhaber credits his mother with introducing him to the Great American Songbook, and throughout his career he’s developed a vast repertoire that includes selections from his current co-starring role in the hit off-Broadway Harold Arlen tribute, "The Wonderful Wizard of Song."
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