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The retro sound of the Lenni Stewart JAZZTRIO engages audiences of all sizes in all venues, from lounges to concert halls, with their expansive repertoire of Cool Jazz, American Songbook standards, Swing,and Bossa Nova.


The trio always gives their audiences a classy and sophisticated performance with just the right touch of sass. Top notch vocals, guitar and upright bass are the mainstays, expanding to include percussion, keys, and full orchestra depending on sound you are going for.

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A specialty concert that can be booked as a series. Musical hosts are the

Lenni Stewart JAZZTRIO, with a guest musician and/or vocalist.

Collaborations provide audiences with a unique concert experience.

Specialty shows are also available! Here is an example of two complete shows to entertain your venue audiences. They both feature an array of timeless songs created by the world’s best-known songwriters from Broadway, the British Isles and beyond.  

From Hollywood to Broadway

This highly entertaining show takes the audience on a journey into the world of Broadway and Hollywood’s greatest music by such famous composers as Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George & Ira Gershwin, Lerner & Lowe, Jerome Kern, and Andrew Lloyd Weber to name but a few.  Full of fun, romantic, and poignant melodies from classic musicals like Showboat, The King and I, Carousel, Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story, and Les Miserables. 

Hits of the Blitz

A popular show that pays homage to the inspirational and unforgettable melodies that forged a musical link between families, friends, soldiers, and strangers during WWl and WWll. Including a memorable selection of songs made timeless by entertainers including Dame Vera Lynn, Arthur Fields, Anne Shelton and Bob Hope.  From Britain and France to the Americas, 'I’ll Never Smile Again', 'White Cliffs of Dover', Lili Marlene' and 'A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square' are but a few musical treasures featured in this moving tribute to an Era gone but not forgotten…

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