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March 10 @ 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm


Paul Marinaro – vocals
Chris White – piano Paul Novotny – bass Jim Doxas – drums
Special Guest: Rose Collela – vocals

Chicago-based jazz vocalist Paul Marinaro, dubbed as having “one of the most beautiful vocal instruments in the business today” by Howard Reich of the Chicago Tribune, is a modern classic. Paul has quickly made a name for himself, becoming one of the most in-demand and respected male vocalists, and taking “his place among the top five male jazz singers active today.” (Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene)

Paul demonstrates a mastery of and an infectious passion for the material he chooses allowing him to successfully command audiences. He is currently enjoying sold-out engagements in Chicago’s world-famous venues, including the Joe and Wayne Segal’s Jazz Showcase, The Green Mill, Andy’s Jazz Club, and at his highly acclaimed debut appearance at The Chicago Jazz Festival in Millennium Park. His have been named as the “Best Performances of the Year” in the Chicago Tribune in both 2013 and 2014. His performances have sold out on both of his recent west and east coast debuts.

“Right there under your nose in Chicago is a singer named Paul Marinaro who is the best I’ve heard in many years. His insight and command over this material is truly staggering, making him one of that select cadre of storytellers. Like Nat Cole, it’s art so close to perfection that it seems almost artless. I’ve heard many new singers and no one has touched me as deeply as this guy. He’s got it all.”
Dick LaPalm – jazz record promoter/agent

“Marinaro was at once vocalist, narrator, storyteller, historian and the most dapper and elegant of tour guides as the trio musically transported us…”
Randy Freedman – Chicago Jazz Magazine

“A formidable singer, bold and evocative…Marinaro has evolved into one of the most accomplished and promising jazz-swing vocalists in the country…one of the most beautiful vocal instruments in the business today.”
Howard Reich – Chicago Tribune


March 10
9:00 pm - 11:30 pm