Danny Bacher

Danny Bacher is a Singer, Saxophonist, songwriter and Consummate performer. The New York Times calls Bacher, “A Prodigiously Talented Musical Preservationist”. He's a dynamic entertainer with world-class talents in music, theater, and comedy. His clean, crisp delivery is reminiscent of the true greats in entertainment. An engaging stage presence, a smooth- as-silk voice, and the gift of a storyteller all come together to complete this package. Add to that his saxophone prowess and you have one of the hottest musicians on the scene today. He has been a fixture on the New York stage in venues like Birdland, Town Hall, The Blue Note, and Carnegie Hall, and Jazz at Lincoln Center, and has toured internationally. Having honed his chops in the jazz capital of the world, Bacher exudes the emotion of a seasoned veteran performer, mixed with his own youthful vigor and bounce. From his catchy, toe-tappin’ renditions of rare gems and originals, to the classic takes on the Great American Songbook, Bacher is always at home on the stage and presents his case with humor, style and class. For information on his critically acclaimed first album, “Swing that Music”, released in 2016, and the recently released, “Still Happy”, visit dannybachermusic.com


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”It is about making hot music but staying cool, about cutting up while maintaining effortless self-control, about having a blast with friends. And at his performance of “Swing That Music,” a homage to the era of jumpin' jive with a dollop of Dixieland, Mr. Bacher conflated the music of three Louises—Armstrong, Jordan and Prima—in a concert revealing him to be a prodigiously talented musical preservationist.” —Stephen Holden, New York Times

”Newcomer, singer/saxophonist Danny Bacher is getting ready to launch his debut album, Swing That Music in 2015. The disc features an impressive array of jazz luminaries: Ray Drummond, Warren Vache, Howard Alden, Bill Goodwin, Houston Person, and rising vocal star, Cyrille Aimée

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