New York vocalist closes out Waterbury jazz series (via CT Post)

New York City vocalist Trevor McQueen will close out the summer jazz concert series at the Palace Theater in Waterbury on Friday, Aug. 21.

McQueen has headlined several sold-out shows at Manhattan’s Birdland with his interpretations of classic songs ranging from Stevie Wonder to Stephen Sondheim.

The singer won praise for a recent Birdland show, “The Sounds of ’66,” in which he appeared with Grammy-winner Jane Monheit. The show added Bob Dylan, Wayne Shorter and The Beatles to McQueen’s repertoire.

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