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A JazzCab Evening With Anne Phillips And Matt Perri at the Triad Wed. March 23rd at 7pm

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February 28, 2005

To: Listings/Critics/Features From: JAZZ PROMO SERVICES Press Contact: JIM EIGO, [email protected]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE





A JAZZCAB EVENING WITH ANNE PHILLIPS AND MATT PERRI

Wed. March 23rd at 7pm The TRIAD, 158 West 72nd Street (bet. Bdwy & Col) Subway 1,2,3,9 to 72nd Street

Cover $15 2 dr. min. Res. 212-787-7921



Singer-songwriter, Anne Phillips, known for her classic album “Born To Be Blue" will

appear at the Triad with Matt Perri, a former student of hers at NYU. A jazz piano major

who also sang in many theatrical productions, Mr Perri’s free lance work now includes rehearsal accompanist/coach for Bette Midler and vocal arranger for the Harlettes for Ms.

Midler's current “Kiss My Brass" tour. About Mr. Perri, Ms Midler says: “Matt Perri is

one half expert pianist, one half brilliant tenor and one half the size of Pavarotti."

Also a composer, lyricist and arranger, Ms. Phillips is seen every year conducting her timeless Christmas event “Bending Towards the Light…A Jazz Nativity." With Mr.

Perri at the piano they will perform a wide variety of songs from Harold Arlen to Chic

Corea,…from Matt Perri to Anne Phillips. The evening will include several songs from

Ms. Phillips' upcoming off-Broadway show, “Damn Everything But the Circus."

“A captivating performer" Richard S. Ginell, Variety,

“Anne Phillips, where have you been all my life?" Rex Reed

Contact: Anne Phillips 212-580-2349 [email protected]



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