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Satin Doll Trio

The Satin Doll Trio is an elegant ensemble that performs in the intimate “supper club” jazz style made popular by artists such as Julie London, Sarah Vaughan, and Peggy Lee during the early 1950's. They have appeared on the stages of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Corcoran Gallery’s Armand Hammer Auditorium, and have made television appearances on the BET Jazz channel programs “Jazz Central” and “Impressions”. The group makes regular appearances at prestigious venues throughout the Washington D.C. area and Eastern United States and has received exceptional reviews from the Washington Post, the Washington Times, and from JazzReview.com.


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