Classic Jazz Vocals
With a disarming smile, an effortlessly engaging wit and a vocal style that stands alone, Jack Jones is one of the greatest singers from the golden era of singers, ranking with the legendary Mel Torme, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra and Vic Damone. Jones is a true Singers’ Singer. A double Grammy winner, Jack performs around the globe to sold-out audiences in venues ranging from jazz clubs to the London Palladium. Whether he performs with his trio or full symphony orchestra, his musical perfection, vocal passion, phenomenal breath control and impeccable phrasing all unfailingly illustrate why he stands with the luminaries. From the thematic threads of his shows to his ability to make the largest halls intimate, Jack Jones is the very definition of a complete and total entertainer.
Read the witty and entertaining post about Jack Jones in the Lefsetz Letter here.
What Other People Have Been Saying...
“he is arguably the most technically accomplished male pop singer…” -New York Times
“he’s singing at his peak.” – Edinburgh Evening News
“it isn’t the pure power of his voice that’s most impressive; it’s the sensitivity with which he animates a lyric, a sensitivity that only increases with age… Mr. Jones is more a than singer—he’s emcee, toastmaster, party host.” -Wall Street Journal