David Berger Jazz Orchestra with Freda Payne and Denzal Sinclaire at Dizzy's March 29


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Debut Live Performance of the new CD, Sing Me A Love Song: Harry Warren's Undiscovered Standards.

Berger's big band and dynamic vocalists Freda Payne and Denzal Sinclaire bring to life long-lost songs from the archive of Hollywood composer Harry Warren, famous for 42nd Street, You'll Never Know, At Last, and hundreds of others. Lyrics by Paul Mendenhall and Ira Gershwin.

One night only, Monday, March 29, at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Jazz at Lincoln Center, West 60th St. and Broadway, NYC.
Reserve at 212.258.9595 or JALC.org/dccc.

“(The songs) get into your brain the way the best standards always did. There is a warmth and sincerity to Payne's delivery that is infectious. The band is fabulous.... They take over the magic of each composition.”   J. Peter Bergman, Edge Philadelphia

“...will transport you back to the golden age of danceable swing jazz, yet keep you in the present with its contemporary charts and pristine sound.”   Arturo Gomez, KUVO/KVJZ Public Radio

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