Celebrated Jazz Crooner STEVEN CHERA to perform "My Favorite Love Songs” at the Triad Theatre in New York on February 10th.
Steve Chera has been capturing the attention of critics and taste-makers for over a decade. He has established a unique cross-generational audience by blending songs from the Great American Songbook spanning hits from the ’20s to the ’40s, with early Rock n’ Roll from the ’50s through the ’70s. Come join Steven and his trio on this passionate journey bridging half a century of classics singing yours, his and “My Favorite Love Songs.”
About STEVEN CHERA
Brooklyn born Steven Chera is a modern-day crooner and performer with a vintage style of his own. Chera revels in the music of the Great American Songbook to early rock ‘n roll with a mellow-toned tenor vocal. His supple delivery can gently pull a familiar melody to unfamiliar places.
Since he started performing at the age of 13, the objects of his fascination have been the music legends Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, as well as Jim Morrison. He’s teamed up with The Bob Kaye Trio, which consists of Bob Kaye on piano, Eddie Caccavale on drums and Lew Scott on upright bass.
Steven has performed at The Oak Room, the Metropolitan Room, Don’t Tell Mama, Swing 46, the Refinery Hotel in New York City, Spago in Las Vegas, Hyatt Hotels, The Acqualina Hotel & Resort in Miami and many other venues throughout the country.
Chera & his trio of all-stars sold out 3 consecutive shows this past December starting with The Metropolitan Room in NYC, then The Sephardic Community Center in Brooklyn, and lastly, the World famous Il Mulino’s AQ By Acqualina Resort in Miami, FL. His Band consists of Bob Kaye on Piano (who has played with the likes of Buddy rich & Dizzy Gillespie), Drummer Ed Caccavalli (Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli, and currently with Lainie Kazan & Tony Danza), and Bassist Lew Scott (Anita O’day/George Coleman/5th Dimension/Four Aces).
What: STEVEN CHERA sings "My Favorite Love Songs"
When: Saturday February 10th 2018 at 9:30pm. Doors open at 9pm.
Where: Triad Theatre 158 W 72nd St, New York, NY 10023
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