Jeannette d'Armand

Jeannette d'Armand

 Seattle, Washington, USA
BandJazzCabaret

Jeannette d'Armand sings unique arrangements of classic and lesser-known jazz standards in addition to some terrific interpretations of Joni Mitchell's music. An exquisite voice and a wonderfully warm rapport with her audience, she is a delight to see in concert.

Biography

The daughter of two classical singers and the granddaughter of a Broadway star, Jeannette has been immersed in music as long as she can remember. Formerly soloist for Cirque du Soleil’s Mystère in Las Vegas, she is known to Seattle audiences as a cabaret singer and member of 5th Avenue Theatre’s popular women's trio, The Daffodils. She recorded her debut CD "Stage Road" in New York and co-produced it with Manhattan Transfer founder Laurel Massé and arranger/pianist Hubert “Tex” Arnold. The recording includes songs by Bob Dorough, Alec Wilder, Jackie Gleason, Stephen Sondheim, Rupert Holmes, and Joni Mitchell.

Discography

Stage Road - Released in November 2009.

Set List

I do do covers. Typical repertoire covers the following composers: Joni Mitchell, Billy Strayhorn, Gordon Jenkins, Jackie Gleason, Theolonius Monk, Harold Arlen, Bob Dorough, Carol Hall and more.