Your $30 ticket includes the concert, art show, appetizers and 3 tickets for wine tastings. (Save 10% and buy the series - call 586.484.8797 to reserve).
Barely into his twenties, vocalist/composer Brad McNett is quickly becoming one of the most popular interpreters of the Great American Songbook. McNett’s large repertoire and his ability to interpret a lyric or turn a phrase, with the skill and poise of someone twice his age, makes him an instant smash with any audience. "There's a late-'50s sensibility in his voice — touches of Mel Torme and Frank D'Rone," according to Marc Myers of JazzWax.com.
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Ticketholders can mix and mingle while enjoying art from a Northville Art House artist Henry Fusco (art will be for sale), a wine tasting from a local partner, and appetizers from local restaurants prior to the show, 7 to 8 p.m. (there will also be a cash bar with wine, beer and beverages for sale throughout the night).
The four concerts featuring metro-Detroit’s finest singers performing classic jazz standards (and originals) in the stylings of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat ‘King’ Cole and Billie Holiday will be held 8-10 p.m. Saturdays (January 9 – Brad McNett; March 12 – Jill Jack & The American Songbook Band; May 14 – Paul King; and July 9 -- Beth Stalker) in the intimate setting of the Tipping Point Theatre.