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Travis Anderson Trio w/Connie Evingson, Sam Miltich

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Sunday, Jul 16, 2017

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Travis Anderson Trio

About Travis Anderson Trio

Travis Anderson (piano), Steve Pikal (bass) and Nathan Norman (drums)

With energy and chops to burn, they bring fresh interpretations to standards and more- from Chopin to Mario Bros. They swing like there’s no tomorrow while saluting the great trios of yesterday.

Almost Like Being In Love from Travis Anderson on Vimeo.

Connie Evingson

About Connie Evingson

One of the Twin Cities’ favorite vocalists, Connie can swing the standards with the best of them.  And she can hold her own with a Beatles book.  And she sounds great in a hot club/gypsy jazz setting.  She has recorded CD’s with all of these projects and more!

Known for taking divergent paths, Connie’s recorded catalog of acclaimed CD’s reflects an adventurous spirit that knows no boundaries, with multiple albums in the “hot club” style plus additional projects exploring the music of Peggy Lee, the Beatles, Dave Frishberg, bossa nova, and more.  Her “Gypsy in My Soul” release brought her a nomination of Jazzweek Vocalist of the Year in 2005 and consistently ranks in the Top 10 International Jazz releases on Amazon.

Based in Minneapolis, Evingson has made guest appearances with Jazz at Lincoln Center, A Prairie Home Companion, the JazzMN Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra, Toronto Symphony and others. She appears at various Twin Cities venues and is the featured artist on the Jungle Theater’s Jazz at the Jungle series.

What Other People Have Been Saying...

“interprets songs that carry a nostalgic memory, and she carves each one with a distinctive flair. Seamless phrasing, smoky resonance and a genuine caring give her presentation a natural quality” – Jim Santella, All About Jazz

“Her delivery is refreshingly straightforward and sexy.. her performances carry the aroma of red wine and unfiltered cigarettes, sensual, slightly decadent and thoroughly wonderful” – C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz