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A Slice of Pizzarelli


Jazz singer-guitarist John Pizzarelli has paid tribute to his idols before. He recorded two albums of Nat “King” Cole songs in the '90s. And 1998’s Meets the Beatles was a nod to the Fab Four. On his latest CD, Dear Mr. Sinatra, the New Jersey native honors Ol’ Blue Eyes. A fellow Jersey boy, Pizzarelli glides through 11 songs -- like “Ring-a-Ding Ding” and “Witchcraft” -- which were written especially for Sinatra. The terrific Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra provides backing on this swingin’ set.
Tue., Jan. 16, 7 & 9 p.m.

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