JONATHAN KARRANT ALBUM RELEASE: CELEBRATE THE NEW RECORD

Thursday, October 18, 2018  8pm

Critically acclaimed singer Jonathan Karrant returns to the stage at Martinis Above Fourth on Thursday October 18th to perform songs from and celebrate the release of his new album. Jonathan’s new record was recorded live at The Smith Center in Las Vegas which is revered as one of the top ten performing art centers in the world.

This record is a collection of standards from iconic favorites to obscure tunes that evoke the emotion of Jonathan’s soul and style. His playful yet thoughtful vocal interpretation leaves a unique imprint on each musical piece he touches. This 14 track record is brought to life with Saxophonist Charles McNeal, Pianist Jason Corpuz, Bassist David Ostrem, and Drummer Paul Ringenbach.

Jonathan’s acclaimed studio album, “On and On” hit #4 on the Billboard Jazz charts. He has received honors throughout the U.S. including; the New York City Jazz Honors, “Best Singer” for the Bravo California Awards and Jonathan was named one of the top 12 rising Jazz vocalists in New York by NYJR. You’re sure to be trilled by this engaging young singer.

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• $35 Reserved Seating
• $20 Per Person Food/Drink Minimum
• Doors Open At 6pm for Dinner and Seating
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Jonathan Karrant’s album, “On and On” hit #4 on jazz charts. He has received honors throughout the states including; the 2014 New York City Jazz Cabaret Honors and, in 2015, he was voted “Best Singer” for the Bravo California Awards. In 2016, Jonathan was named one of the top 12 rising jazz vocalists in New York.

“A voice, romantic without being cloying, warm but not forced, Karrant carries these songs with an emotional weight that make it seem at times as if he had written them himself. Just listen to his jazzy makeover of the Beatles’ eternally beautiful “In My Life” and hear the yearning in his singing.” –Jazz Corner

“Jonathan Karrant works straight out of the American songbook with a level of manly confidence and jazz suave and bonhomie that was patented by Mel Torme himself.” -The Reader magazine

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