Singer/Songwriter/Tromobonist Natalie Cressman is certainly well-known as a long-standing member of the Trey Anastasio Band, but her solo resume is extremely impressive unto itself. She is currently preparing to release a new five song album, titled The Traces EP, and will celebrate the album’s release on Wednesday, March 24th at New York City’s American Beauty, as part of a co-bill with the all-star lineup of Omaha Diner (purchase tickets here).
The 25-year-old currently resides in Brooklyn and already has two self-produced albums, 2012’s Unfolding, and 2014’s Turn The Sea, to go along with 2016’s Etching in Amber, a duo album recorded with guitarist Mike Bono. Cressman has some serious vocal skills to go along wit her trombone playing, and is well-versed in various musical stylings, including modern jazz, Latin jazz, Brazilian, funk, rock, and more.
Joining Cressman on the bill will be Omaha Diner featuring Skerik (saxophone), Charlie Hunter (7-string guitar), Steven Bernstein (trumpet), and Bobby Previte (drums). The group, dripping with talent, explores the pop music world whilst putting a modern jazz feel to various #1, and only #1, Billboard hits from across the spectrum.
To get a taste of the new album, check out her new single “Radio Silence,” streaming below:
Tickets are now on sale at this link.
– SHOW INFO –
Artist: Natalie Cressman ‘The Traces EP’ Album Release Party w/ Omaha Diner
Venue: American Beauty (251 W. 30th Street – New York, NY 10001)
Date: Friday – March 24th, 2017
Tickets: $15adv / $20dos (purchase tickets here)