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Kurt Reichenbach

Jazz singer Kurt Reichenbach is the son of Bossa Nova pioneering drummer Bill Reichenbach Sr. (Tommy Dorsey, Art Mooney, Charlie Byrd), and brother of internationally renowned trombonist Bill Reichenbach (Buddy Rich, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Quincy Jones).

His intimate, mellow vocal delivery (which has drawn comparisons to such jazz legends as Chet Baker, Mel Torme, and Bobby Darin), and sly interpretations of the Great American Songbook, have combined to earn Reichenbach recognition as a formidable talent by critics and musicians alike.

Rex Reed calls Reichenbach “...a dazzling new singer...

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“...a dazzling new singer... Words fail to adequately describe the thrill of hearing someone with this much talent and class. Kurt Reichenbach, the West Coast golden boy with chops like Mel Torme and Dick Haymes.”
--Rex Reed, The New York Observer

“... a jazz singer out of the Mel Torme-Billy Stritch school of polished pop-jazz crooning...”
--Stephen Holden, The New York Times

“... a natural swinger who understands lyrics, is blessed with a smooth baritone voice, and has the musical sensitivity to find approaches to each song that make his versions of even the most frequently performed standards sound fresh...”
--Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz

“…one of the most dynamic vocal debuts of the past decade

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