Leftover Dreams Brings Their Unique Mix of “Moody Ballads, Jumping Swingers and Unabashedly Romantic Love Songs” to Hermann’s.
If you like well arranged jazz vocals and richly textured solo jazz guitar then you’ll enjoy Leftover Dreams, a unique Canadian-American duo performing at Hermann’s this Wednesday evening (May 18).
Leftover Dreams is the brainchild of longtime Bay Area musician-vocalist Tony Marcus and former Victoria singer-songwriter-harpist Patrice Haan.
Marcus and Haan have put their own stamp on the great American songbook (and the occasional original tune) by creating complex vocal arrangements that swing to the compelling chord-melody guitar work of Marcus who, it must be said, knows his way around a fingerboard.
Leftover Dreams was recently featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered, winning the weekly listener’s poll with their version of Teach Me Tonight. The show is part of a northwest tour that will take them through Washington and Oregon. A must-see!
Doors at 5:30, show at 7:30. Tickets $15.