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Jazz Singer Brynn Stanley Wows in Madison, NJ

By Jerry Del Priore

Brynn Stanley

Brynn Stanley chats it up with her New Jersey faithful fans Friday night.

I must admit: I haven’t always been the biggest fan of jazz music. But Brynn Stanley changed that Friday night in front of the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts as part of Madison, New Jersey’s Downtown Concert Series. 

Using her sweet, velvety voice and natural charisma, Stanley dazzled onlookers with an array of classic jazz hits from musical greats such as New Jersey’s native son, Frank Sinatra, and Bobby Troup. Plus, her own tunes, including Be My Summertime

To me, Stanley displays musical stylings the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Norah Jones, with a little bit of Bonnie Ryatt mixed in for good measure. Vocal talent aside, the way the New Jersey native told her personal stories added something special to the outdoor show, as she displayed a unique charm only matched by her glowing smile and wonderful stage presence. 

Don’t miss your chance to witness Stanley and her gifted jazz trio play live, as they will be playing around the New Jersey and New York region, as well as Los Angeles, among other areas, in the near future. 

For Stanley’s touring schedule information, go to her website at https://www.brynnstanley.com.

To follow her on social media, click on https://www.instagram.com/brynnstanley/, https://twitter.com/BrynnStanley, and https://www.facebook.com/brynnstanleyvocalist/. 

 

 

 

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Filed under: Concerts, Music

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Veteran print and digital Sports Writer-Blogger-Reporter-Author experienced in writing in-depth profile stories on a variety of high school, college and professional athletes and teams. I cover all of Brooklyn, among other areas in NYC, New Jersey and Long Island. Additionally, I have developed a presentation based on my book, Running Through Roadblocks, that encourages children to overcome obstacles and never give up…no matter what! Food Writer/Blogger experienced in venue write-ups and reviews. I also own and write for a blog called NYNJEntertainmentEats.com. Book: Running Through Roadblocks: Inspirational Stories of Twenty Courageous Athletic Warroirs Presentation: http://brooklynsportsauthor.blogspot.com/#!/2011/03/running-through-roadblocks-school.html In addition, I have ample experience working with medically fragile children, children with behavioral challenges and children with cognitively impairments.

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