Anna Mjoll at Vibrato on February 24th

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Anna Mjoll
Iceland's First Lady of Jazz, Miss Anna Mjoll plays another near-guaranteed sellout at Herb Alpert's Vibrato in Bel-Air Friday, February 24th, 2012 at 9pm

“The sweetest voice on the current Jazz scene. Period." —Arnaldo DeSouteiro

“Lightly twisted, jazzy..." —Los Angeles Times

Anna Mjoll By LA Weekly's Tom Meek:

Iceland's Anna Mjoll grew up in one of her country's leading musical families, eventually representing Iceland in the famed Eurovision Song Contest. She then joined the band of Julio Iglesias, touring worldwide before setting out on her own career as a jazz singer and songwriter. Mjoll has quietly built a following around L.A. over the past two years, becoming one of the only vocalists to be a regular at the classy Vibrato supper club. Mjoll's striking beauty and often-breathtaking dresses combine with singing talent that's recently drawn praise from jazz luminaries including George Duke, Don Heckman and Dave Weckl. Add Mjoll's penchant for offbeat humor and a running dialogue with the audience, and you might find yourself wondering how long it'll be before she's headlining somewhere in Las Vegas—Sir Tom Jones is already a frequent guest at her shows in town.


Anna Mjoll
Anna Mjoll
Anna Mjoll

/ vocals
Pat Senatore / bass
Ed Czach / piano
Bob Leatherbarrow / drums

Herb Alpert
Herb Alpert
Herb Alpert
2930 Beverly Glen Circle
Bel Air, CA 90077

January 29th 2012

“Do yourself a favor and catch her now, at an intimate small club, before she breaks out into larger venues." —Charles Andrews, Music Forums Moderator,

NO COVER! But call 310.474.9400 for Reservations."

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