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A night of Sinatra at the Old '76 House. Join us for a tribute to Old Blue eyes by the Carmine Grill Trio. Have great great dinner and treat your ears to delicious music. The Old '76 House 110 Main St. Tappan, NY 10983 845-359-5476 http://www.76house.com/
A night of great Jazz Standards by Tony Bennett, Cole Porter, Louis Armstrong. Show starts at 8PM: The Old '76 House 110 Main St. Tappan, NY 10983 845-359-5476 http://www.76house.com/
An evening of Jazz standards in a warm welcoming atmosphere. The 76 House where George Washington and other historic men gathered to relax and meet. If it was good enough for them, who are we to disagree. Come out and enjoy. Hope to see you there. The '76 House 110 Main St. Tappan, NY 845-359-5476
Jazz standards done right by the Carmine Grillo Trio. Enjoy a great atmosphere, food and music. Show starts at 8PM '76 House 110 Main St. Tappan, NY 845-359-5476 for reservations
Bringing Jazz back to Lucca's after a short break. Come out, have a great meal and treat your ears as well.
Sounds Like: Dallas James, Jeremy Bar-Illan, Roberta De Francia
Manager: Carmine Grillo
Bio: CARMINE GRILLO - (Jazz standard singer) from Bergen County New Jersey who currently performs at venues in NYC, the Bronx & throughout the tri-state area. Most notably at the Iguana Night club NYC. Carmine excites audiences with his passionate renditions of Jazz standards from the Great American s...See Full Bio
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“Carmine Grillo, a member of the troupe, has a unique, smooth singing voice reminiscent of Frank Sinatra. “What’s great about Piano is the exposure it gives a performer,” Grillo said. “It’s also great for networking. In that place, everyone can sing – from the bartender to the person serving you.” The cabaret is fashioned to offer diverse musical styles and it’s not uncommon for the nostalgic style of Grillo to be followed by a jazz singer’s throaty rendition of a Billie Holiday song.”