Whether swinging a Sinatra standard or crooning a heartfelt ballad, Tony Gudell's powerful baritone brings the American Songbook to life in glorious Technicolor.
The Tony Gudell Quartet can now been seen every Saturday night at DC's iconic jazz club, Columbia Station in Adams Morgan. Backed by his exceptional jazz trio, Tony will effortlessly transport you back in time to the glorious days of the hip, ethereal Jazz Joints of New York in the 1940’s and 50’s.
2325 18 Street, NW, WDC
It’s that time of year again! We are back at Tenth Street Community Park for their summer outdoor jazz concert series. Bring a lawn blanket or camping chair and treat yourself to one swingin' evening with the Tony Gudell Quintet. The music sizzles with Tunes On Tenth, courtesy of the fabulous Friends of Tenth Street Community Park. Sit back and relax or kick up your heels to Tony swinging the American Songbook with Oren Levine, piano, Clarissa Corey-Bey, bass, Paul Jung, drums, and Joe Epstein, trumpet. One swinging band that makes music fun and life worth living!
1119 10th Street NW.
Free Outdoor Event
Tony is back at Acadiana! Enjoy live jazz music, bottomless mimosas and bloody Mary's, $5.00 libations and a delicious three-course prix fixe Cajun-Crole brunch. Tony croons jazz standards with Oren Levine and the band swinging the American Songbook.
901 NY Ave., NW, WDC
Reservations Strongly Recommended
A longtime favorite in the Washington, D.C. theatre scene, Tony has appeared in leading roles at many of the area's top playhouses, including Signature Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, Washington Stage Guild, and Studio Theatre. In New York, Tony has performed as a caberet artist at such iconic clubs as Don't Tell Momma and The Duplex.
Tony now brings his unique vocal styling and lighthearted wit to nightclubs, restaurants, and private events throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Whether performing with a jazz trio, big band, or intimate piano, Tony effortlessly delivers a swanky evening, harkening back to the glamorous days of the Great American Supperclubs of the 1940's and '50's.
by Joe Raposa
Tony Gudell with Oren Levine
Recorded Live, July 2017
What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?
By Frank Loesser
Tony Gudell, Vocals
Peter Edelman, Piano
Salvatore DeRaffele, Bass
Justin Pinkney, Drums
Recorded Live, December 2017
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