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Lenni Stewart

Broadway, Jazz and Blues

Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada
member since: May 4, 2008

Introduction

"Like a fine red wine, Lenni's sound is full, vibrant, smoky and sensual, and where a good vintage might carry hints of cherry or chocolate, Lenni's rich and velvety voice is reminiscent of such greats as Ella Fitzgerald, Maria Muldaur and Bonnie Raitt." J.D.Carpenter, Jazz Poet and award winning Canadian novelist.

An accomplished singer/songwriter from Prince Edward County in Ontario, Lenni Stewart's repertoire and vocal "style" is of two main genres, traditional jazz and boogie blues, and country-pop and blues. These genres are covered in her self penned original CD "Root Cellar Boogie" with the Lenni Stewart Trio, and with her second band Manhattan Rouge Jazz Trio. Lenni is also an accomplished Actor with many stage productions to her name. Recently she was chosen for a major role in an upcoming concert production of "Les Miserable."

"Congratulations Lenni, your song "Mountain Run" (from CD "Root Cellar Boogie") has been chosen against hundreds of songs to be included in our playlist and will be promoted on our podcast to promote your song on iTunes and public radio stations throughout the U.S.A. Paul John, Songvault.fm Radio Network.

In "Manhattan Rouge" her showmanship and soaring vocals embrace the audience and capture the rhythm, beauty and humour of early jazz, torch songs, broadway classics and boogie blues. Described as "Sassy, Classy, and Sophisticated," Manhattan Rouge is an experience reminiscent of the jive joints of the forties and fifties along with a touch of cabaret and the intimacy of the sixties lounge. A complete act with feather boa's, glitz and bling, black tie and cool satin....

You can see more of Lenni at: www.sonicbids.com/lennistewart, (check out her video of "La Vie en Rose" live performance.) and more info at: