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Nice atmosphere with great food and live music
Very nice waterfront restaurant with fantastic food an a very nice prix fixe menu for $18.95 - 3 courses and a glass of wine
Livia Devereux vocals Kate Cosco piano Tony Ventura bass Kirk Devereux drums
Afternoon at the Vineyard 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Livia Devereux vocals Alan Eicher piano Anthony Masi saxes/flute Bill Brady bass Kirk Devereux drums
Manager: The Coast Radio
Bio: LIVIA DEVEREUX was born and raised in New York City. She enjoyed singing all her life but only took it up professionally at age 24. Since then Livia has been performing in the NY Tri-State area as lead female vocalist of various top bands at some of the well known entertainment venues in the NYC...See Full Bio
“Livia Devereux’s is a versatile soulful singer sounding luxuriatingly super-cozily at home with “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To.” She likewise appears to be in a comfort zone with music from the worlds of pop and country. Night Winds Whisper is a plush pleasure from its ear-catching opener of Patsy Cline’s hit “Walkin’ After Midnight,” rethought as a darker, deeper moody blues number, to the last track, a gutsy groove lingering in the steadfast stance of the Arlen/ Mercer classic “Come Rain or Come Shine”. Unlike many, many younger singers who are new to me with early CDs, I can’t instantly identify who her strongest influence(s) may be, I expect they are many and eclectic. In any case, no cookie cutter assembly line type. There’s some R&B sound, jazz sensibilities, and more. I’m pulled in. This is song-painting/ mood-coloring at its best, getting a lot out of individual instruments’ assets: cello, sax, brass-without “taking turns.” ”
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