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  • The Sounds of American Independence

    The Sounds of American Independence

    June 28, 2012 by Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal The crowd at Feinstein’s reacts most excitedly to Jack Jones’s big high notes and other displays of vocal virtuosity. At an age when most of his heroes began losing their...
  • Jack Jones – Master of the “Love Ballad”

    Jack Jones – Master of the “Love Ballad”

    June 27, 2012 by Sandi Durell, NY Cabaret Examiner “I am a singer…” croons Mr. Jones as he makes an unannounced appearance on the stage at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency. After a few moments, however, he’s in his stride;...
  • Jack Jones: A Master Class in Excellence!

    Jack Jones: A Master Class in Excellence!

    June 27, 2012 by Richard Skipper I hope this finds you all in a good mood. IF you are not, get thee as fast as you can to Feinstein’s before the week is over to hear and see a singer...
  • Jack Jones – RRazz Room, Hotel Nikko

    Jack Jones – RRazz Room, Hotel Nikko

    January 17, 2012 by Steve Murray, Cabaret Scenes Opening his show with a montage of home clips, TV appearances and concert footage featuring Jones performing with some of the greatest entertainers of the last century, it’s easy to see where...
  • JACK JONES, “Love Ballad.”

    JACK JONES, “Love Ballad.”

    December 13, 2011 by Bruce Fessier, The Desert Sun This album should have earned a Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop. Jones reads the title track with the honesty Sinatra brought to saloon songs. He brings the same world-weariness to...
  • Jack Jones – Love Makes the Changes: The Lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman (Aspen)

    Jack Jones – Love Makes the Changes: The Lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman (Aspen)

    March 2011 – The Jazz Times This isn’t the first time Jack Jones has paid tribute to the Bergmans. Four decades ago Jones released Sings Michel Legrand, with nine of 10 tracks featuring Bergman lyrics. Back then, Jones was still...
  • Jack Jones Sings, Mike Renzi Plays at New York’s Algonquin Hotel

    Jack Jones Sings, Mike Renzi Plays at New York’s Algonquin Hotel

    2010 – Newport Seen It was actually rectangular tables at New York’s fabled Algonquin Hotel for the sold-out performances of singer Jack Jones, accompanied by Newport’s own Mike Renzi on piano. The ghosts of both literary and musical greats haunt...
  • Once More, With Feeling

    2010/11/3, by Rex Reed – New York Observer At 72, with hair as snowy white as your cleanest linen napkin, Jack Jones is still one of the coolest song stylists in show business. In the middle of a three-week gig...
  • The Jazz Scene: Jack Jones

    2010/10/29, by Will Friedwald – Wall Street Journal About halfway through his show, while performing David Gates’s “If,”Jack Jones sings: “If a man could be two places at one time, I’d be with you.” And indeed, Mr. Jones is doing...
  • Jack Jones Serenades His Loyal Friends

    Jack Jones Serenades His Loyal Friends

    2010/10/27 by Stephen Holden – The New York Times Everyone is familiar with the AIDS charity anthem, “That’s What Friends Are For,” sung by an all-star coalition, Dionne and Friends, that became a No. 1 single in 1986. But how...

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