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VICTOR JANUSZ— Popular Seattle-based Singer-Pianist has worked regularly at Saltys On Alki (14 Years, Resident “Weekend Brunch Pianist”) Columbia Tower Club, Canlis, and Aqua/El Gaucho, to name a few. His one-man show about a 'life at the keys' titled “HANDS SOLO: Pianoman” (directed by Lori Larsen) debuted at NYC's the Duplex and sold out its two-week engagement at ACT Theatre. VJ's 'CD s are “Living In A Blue State” (2015), following “Cosmo Street” (2005) and “Hands Solo” (2002). VJ Band's brand new-release Collection features Singer Arwen Dewey, and Sax Star Medearis Dixson and is titled “CAFE PLUVIEUX (Rainy Cafe)” Released July 16, 2018

His VJ BAND—fusing rock, blues and jazz— has headlined at Highway 99 Blues Club, Tulas, the Royal Room, Tulalip Casino, and more!

Victor was a Special Guest at Grammy-nominee Duffy Bishop Band's Teatro Zinzanni Concert last July 2017


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”Breezy and agreeable company....Janusz is a whiz on the keys and has a pleasing Sinatraesque voice!” Misha Berson, Seattle Times

“His rich baritone has hints of insouciant humor...” —Jazz Improv magazine

“His fourth, full-length studio album... 'Cafe Pluvieux' is an engaging journey through different destinations and moods....the first song 'Don't Start the Show Without Me' is a cabaretesque, playful tune full of spirited piano and vocals from Janusz —and even a surprise interlude with steel drums...this album also showcases strong Northwest musicians ..including Medearis Dixson on alto and tenor sax, and SPencer Hoveskeland on double bass, electric bass, and guitar” —Lucienne Agarwall, Earshot Jazz Magazine (Nov 2018)

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