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Patty Cronheim

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With a voice JAZZ TIMES compares to “Crushed velvet scorched at the edges”, Say So recording artist Patty Cronheim will be performing her original jazz and blues tunes at this Friday, March 18th. Recently featured in JAZZ INSIDE NY’s “Women in Jazz” issue, JAZZ TIMES, and named an “Artist 2 Watch” by SKOPE magazine, her versatility and sensitivity are apparent in every note and getting attention. Patty and her band will perform, original tunes and a few creative takes on some favorites. Her original “Estando Aqui” is a breezy Brazilian number, sung in Portugese and punctuated with the smooth sound of Audrey Welber’s soprano sax. A bluesy Tunes like “Don’t Work Anymore” swing with a subtle whimsical voice and shows off the silky bass lines of Brian Glassman. Drummer Corey Rawls arrangement of ‘Superstition” is a perfect jazzy hard-bop interpretation of the Stevie Wonder classic. The artistry of Cronheim is evident when she performs her sultry, “Made for Love”, as she is able to infuse a soulful melancholic sound, with a diverse singing style, soft and even strained. Cronheim’s ballad of love lost and longed for, “Days Like These”, has an emotional impact delivered by Weimans’ melodic piano style and the gossamer sensibility of Patty’s vocals. Throughout, Cronheim makes melancholy sparkle through both the smoky-silk come-on of her voice and her ear as a composer.


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