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To quote Denis Sheahan in Woman's Wear Daily "Sandy Jordan gives an exceptionally fine performance. Sandy has the intimacy that goes with a tiny room as well as the power to spell bind in Carnegie Hall. She jokes about life's rocky road and one finds it easy to laugh and smile at her humor and song which is very much New York"

"Cafe singer Sandy Jordan sings 18 hours of love ballads Beats the Guinness Book of Records"

It was 8am Sunday, February 14th, 1993 on a relatively warm Valentines Day in New York City when I started singing. I didn't stop till 18 hours later. Cabaret singer, Sandy Jordan sings 18 hours of love ballads at Letizia Restaurant" was the headline in numerous papers around the country. Friends in Chicago, LA & Philadelphia sent me copies of articles and pictures of me singing.

Johnny Rivers of Channel Four "Sunday in New York Show "was there promptly at 8am with microphone and cameras. He remained throughout the day interviewing me ad some of those who came to listen and cheer me on. As the day wore on, more and more TV, radio, Associated Press & numerous papers showed up to film & interview me between breaths. The live coverage on TV and radio brought hundreds to the restaurant who stayed & wined and dined till 2am, when thankfully the songathon ended. I lived to sing another day. Actually, it was tons of fun!

 

"Singer Sandy Jordan sings John Lennon"

"Dec 8 - Singer Sandy Jordan commemorated the anniversary of John Lennon's death at Cinecitta Cafe in New York City." Headlines again. I was very very proud to share them with John Lennon. It was fun to see the TV FILM CREW show up at my studio and at our show. We had a nice chat and they filmed us for quite a long while, 

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Sandy Jordan has worked with the greats  in music, her pianist at Broadway Joe in NYC was the famous Ram Ramirez who wrote Lover Man for her and was her accmpanist in her later years. Sandy worked with so many famous and great musicians. "I learned so much from working with the best musicians on the planet. I was sooooo lucky"


Sandy Jordan is also known as writer/visionary/psychic/artist, Jordana Sands. Jordana has been interviewed on numerous radio and TV shows in the tri state area. You can check on her alter ego here. JORDANA SANDS SITE

 
The Sandy Jordan Jazz Trio has worked in numerous restaurants and clubs in the tri-state area. Working with Ms. Jordan is the great Larry Luger on guitar and Bob Arkin on bass and Angelo Ferrara on drums. The great American Songbook of Traditional Music to dine to, listen to or dance to!

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photos from in the recording studio

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sandy with the larry luger trio in concert

SANDY JORDAN AND FRIENDS
 
 SANDY PRODUCES AND COORDINATES ONE OF THE BEST VARIETY SHOWS
CONSISTING OF SINGERS, COMICS ,MUSICIANS AND IN SOME CASES VERY UNUSUAL ACTS
 
MANY OF THE PERFOMRERS HAVE GONE ON TO FAME AND FORTUNE.
 
SANDY JORDAN AND FRIENDS VARIETY SHOWS HAVE BEEN BOOKED BY CORPORATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS, FUND RAISERS ETC, HOTELS, THE CATSKILLS, VEGAS, AND CLUBS IN THE TRI STATE AREA.
 
SANDY PICKS THE ACTS, WRITES THE SHOW, INTRODUCES THE ACTS, SINGS, DOES COMEDY. THROUGH THE YEARS HER SHOWS HAVE DRAWN A LARGE FOLLOWING.
 

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The New York born jazz guitarist has been pleasing crowds and wowing the critics for nearly a score of years. Larry Luger has entertained in every venue, from intimate clubs to jazz festivals and vast arenas throughout the northeast.

Larry has worked with such stellar names as Lionel Hampton, Al Hibbler, George Kelly, Sandy Jordan, keisha St. John and numerous other "heavies" in the improvisational music field.

He recorded with Nat's brother, Freddie Cole and the legendary Jonah Jones on GPRT Records. His own top selling album, "Nuts and Raisins" is also on GPRT. His latest CD will be released shortly.

"shimmering, driving chords-warm blend-shades of Django" John Wilson, NY TIMES

"fascinating young guitarist-definitely worth watching in the future." Stuart Troup, NEWSDAY

"bright and lively sound-always interesting improvisations." Paul Mathews, CADENCE MAG

"swinging, blues based jazz guitar-totally authentic." Phil Schapp, WKCR JAZZ RADIO

http://www.larryluger.com

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