Nobody's Business Trio kicks off the summer concert season with their return to the New York stage with two shows at Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club tonight, June 27th, 2012 at 8 and 10PM. Performers Alecia Evans, Cadden Jones, and Linda Sue Moshier reunite to mix their distinct vocal stylings of jazz, pop and opera to breathe new life into Broadway's famed hits.
Recruited by their musical director, Broadway conductor and composer Phil Hall, to perform as a trio for a benefit, these lush ladies have created a new harmonized sensation that is not to be missed. With choreography and direction by Forbidden Broadway veteran Kevin B. McGlynn, the diverse trio brings a perfect mix of sass, sexy and sophisticated to songs like "Steam Heat," "It Don't Mean a Thing," and "Anything Goes."
In the last few months, American Songbook and studio singer, Linda Sue Moshier, appeared in venues all over New York City including Lincoln Center Library's Bruno Walter Auditorium with The PhilHallmonic Society, a 501(c)(3) musical group who create and donate shows to charities, is a soloist onboard the Bateaux New York's Celestial cruise departing nightly from Chelsea Piers and performs on the U.S.S. Intrepid in The Bugle Girls (an Andrew Sisters trio) for special events.
Cadden Jones performs with various jazz influenced bands at local venues around the New York City area. Last year she created and starred in her own one woman show, The Glory of Love, a limited engagement spring concert series to benefit the Harmony Program, which provides daily music lessons to kids from economically disadvantaged communities. The Glory of Love also featured Nobody's Business Trio. Cadden works consistently in commercials, industrials and print ads seen nationally and internationally.
Alecia Evans, is currently in rehearsal for her lead role in " Divas Do the Decades," at the Tri-Arts Theater in Sharon, Connecticut. In the last year alone, Alecia wrote, scored and directed an original musical, " A Modern Day Christmas Carol," taught a master class for musical theater performers, sang extensively in cabaret, and she conducted and performed with her 42-strong Children's Choir.
Admission to the event is $25.