Friday, June 12, 2015, 7 pm
Celebrating Frank Sinatra’s Centennial
Loston Harris’ piano playing has been described as percussive and incredibly fluid, and his vocals noted as suave. For more than a decade, he’s headlined the legendary Bemelmans Bar at The Carlyle, playing tribute to the likes of Bobby Short and Nat King Cole with swinging arrangements of timeless standards from the Great American Songbook. At this concert, he and his trio pay tribute to another idol, Frank Sinatra, on the event of his centennial.
“The innate and dazzling talent of Loston is a beacon of quality in a cacophonous world. He is contemporary, stylish, joyful, playful, powerful, soulful and an immensely satisfying musician. Simply put, his music is a combination of humanity and genius.” — Michael Feinstein