A New Standard

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Acclaimed vocalist Steve Tyrell has returned to the Café Carlyle to perform standards from the American songbook, holiday favorites, and selections from his recordings. This year marks the 10th anniversary of his 1999 debut "A New Standard." He’s performing through December 31. More information and reservations here.


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Comments [5]

Maria Stowell from Katy, Texas

I have Steve several times live in concert. His shows are wonderful! His performances at the Catalina Jazz Club in L.A. and the Cafe Carlyle in NYC were great. If you haven't seen him perform live, you should!

Dec. 17 2009 02:14 PM
Ashton from Chelsea, Manhattan

I discovered this unique voice a few years ago and have added a few of his very pleasant CDs in my collection.

I'm a 70-year-old native born New Orleanian who loves music, plays amateur piano and who considers the Great American Song Book the soundtrack of his life. (I just heard him mention Allen Tousaint who lived around the corner from my grandmother's house in Girt Town and with whom I used to tinkle the piano when we were very young back in the 1950s).

The greatest music maker of my life was Carmen McRae, whom I was lucky enough to discover in Newport, RI in 1961 and with whom I became a life-long close friend -- and #1 fan -- until her death in 1994.

I tried to see Tyrell a few years ago at the Blue Note but he had to cancell (he'd know why) and was replaced at the last minute by Mark Murphy.

I'm happy to hear that you have brought him to your show. I didn't know that he was at the Carlyle. Maybe I'll get over there to see what he is like in person.

Dec. 10 2009 01:22 PM
Mike C. from Tribeca

Another nice interview with an interesting artist, Leonard. Thanks.

Dec. 10 2009 01:20 PM
Kima from Gainesville, FL

Wouldn't have know anything about Steve Tyrell had it not been for John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey's syndicated radio show, Radio Deluxe which I here via the Internet. Now I am a great fan. How can you not love that voice?

Dec. 10 2009 01:17 PM
Louisa from Brooklyn

Barry White was a record producer before singing.

Dec. 10 2009 01:10 PM

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