Love, Jazz & Mistletoe - Jazz Living Legend Lorraina Marro & The Tony Campodonico quartet, which includes Jonathan Pintoff on bass, Bryan McCann on sax and Steve Pemberton on drums, ring in the holidays with some jazzy latin music; some old holiday favorites, some new original holiday songs; lots of love; and a surprise mistletoe here and there!!
The Music That Makes Me Dance - recently honored as a Jazz Living Legend by the Living Legend Foundation in Los Angeles, California, Lorraina Marro makes her return to New York with a collection of smokey ballads, blues, latin and swing numbers that have inspired her throughout her life and career; some emotional and some that will make you dance in your seat. She is genuinely charming, witty, emotional and passionate about interpreting songs in her own style. She takes her fans on a personal journey, for all to capture the essence of the silver lining of her soul. Tedd Firth-Musical Director
SEPTEMBER 13, 2015 - SAVE THE DATE! Its Grandparents' Day and Lorraina will be doing another show at the Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood with the fabulous Steve Rawlins Quartet, focusing this time on the music of the 1920's to the 1950's - classic songs that never grow old, like I Cried For You, I Wanna Be Around, Love Me or Leave Me, If I Had You, You Go to My Head, just to name a few. So bring your parents and grandparents, and let's stroll down memory lane together.
At the brand new E-Spot Lounge at Vitellos Restaurant. Doors open at 6:30; show starts at 8:00 p.m. 2-drink min. or dinner. Tickets can be puchased at www.VitellosRestaurant or by calling (818) 769-0905 **** BAND: Stuart Elster-piano; Jordan Richards-bass; Bryan McCann-sax; Kurt Szul-guitar; Dave Tull-drums
Sounds Like: Jane Monheit, Nancy Wilson, Linda Ronstadt
Manager: Rob Lowe - Casting New Lives Management
Bio: Lorraina Marro, recently honored as a Jazz Living Legend, is authentically original in every area of creativity. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Lorraina Marro has made her mark as a classy, sophisticated and talented jazz vocalist, who is passionate about her music and committed to i...See Full Bio
“Vocalist Lorraina Marro looked elegant as she came on stage dressed in a long navy gown. She's an attractive woman who was at ease on stage and connected easily with the audience. “The Man Who Got Away” was a strong choice, as Marro turned the heat up for more drama. Likewise, “I Cried For You” was a full-blown, fast moving vehicle for everyone on stage to up the energy for a snappy ending. The audience was cheering and applauding Marro’s efforts. Jay Hawkins wrote “I Put A Spell On You”, a big hit for Nina Simone. Marro did a fine job, concentrating on the lyrics with a strong, dramatic attack. This was one of my favorites of the night. Marro started “What Kind of Fool Am I” with a whispery voice, very emotional as the audience sat quietly. She ended with a stronger voice, pleading with “Why can’t I fall in love?” The last tune was “Make Someone Happy” and I’d have to say, Lorraina Marro made her audience pretty darn happy on this evening."”