Get ready to swoon over the talent of the Rhonda Denét & Steve Kaz Quintet on Sunday, Nov. 29, as they pay tribute to musical legends Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra. Part of the Jazz at Rutherfurd music series, the show runs from 3 to 5 p.m.
“Gifted songstress” is what audiences call Denét. Music has always been a guiding force throughout Rhonda’s life. She has been hailed as a virtuoso that lends her flair to every song she sings. This formally trained and soulfully gifted songbird completely covers the gamut with a repertoire that includes the American Songbook to Top 40 radio as well as her inspirational original compositions.
Steve “Kaz” Kazlauskas was inspired to become a singer by an exchange of letters with Mr. Sinatra himself. Steve has honed his craft in a way that would have made “Ol’ Blue Eyes” proud. Steve works both as a solo performer and also with big bands throughout the USA. He really knows how to sing in the Sinatra style while still bringing his own style and voice to the table. It’s not an imitation but a carrying on of the tradition.
Rutherfurd Hall is located at on Route 517 in Allamuchy Township.
Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Tickets available online or at Panther Valley Pharmacy, Mama’s & Cafe Baci, and Bea McNally’s. For more information, please call 908-852-1894 X 334.
Jazz at Rutherfurd is sponsored by Panther Valley Pharmacy and Heath Village and produced by Coyne Enterprises, Inc. in cooperation with Rutherfurd Hall and WRNJ Radio.