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Sun, Jun 16



Janis Siegel & Jeremy Kahn: First Meeting - Debut!

Janis Siegel - vocals; Jeremy Kahn - piano; Larry Kohut - bass

Janis Siegel & Jeremy Kahn:  First Meeting - Debut!
Janis Siegel & Jeremy Kahn:  First Meeting - Debut!

Time & Location

Jun 16, 2024, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM CDT

Chicago, 465 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, USA

About The Event

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Janis Siegel - vocals

Jeremy Kahn - piano

Larry Kohut - bass

Over the past five decades, the voice of Janis Siegel, a 10-time Grammy winner and eighteen-time Grammy nominee, has been an undeniable force in The Manhattan Transfer’s diverse musical catalog. Alongside her career as a founding member of this musical institution, Siegel has also sustained a solo career that has spawned almost a dozen finely crafted solo albums and numerous collaborative projects, amassed a large international fan base and garnered consistently high critical praise.

Over the years, Janis’ unmistakable voice has become one of the The Manhattan Transfer’s most recognizable trademarks. She sang lead on some of the Transfer’s biggest hits, such as “Operator,” “Chanson D’Amour,” “Twilight Zone,” “Birdland,” “The Boy from N.Y.C.” “Spice of Life”, ”Ray’s Rockhouse”, “The Shaker Song”, “Mystery”, and co-wrote and sang lead on the Grammy winning “Sassy”. She also gained a reputation as a vocal arranger by writing five of the charts for the group’s acclaimed masterwork, Vocalese, seven charts for the group’s Grammy-winning album Brasil, and won a Grammy herself in 1980 for her vocal arrangement of “Birdland.” These days, you can find Janis in the place she loves most, the studio, producing various ventures for other artists and singing on a diverse array of projects, touring with her trio and various duo situations, teaching at NYU and other universities, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, and joining forces with alto Lauren Kinhan from New York Voices in a live bi-monthly music evening entitled VOCAL MANIA.

Her 10th solo CD, released on Palmetto Records, is called “NightSongs” and her four most recent solo collaborations are “HONEY & AIR” a Brazilian/jazz vocal adventure with her group Requinte Trio, along with percussionist/singer Nanny Assis and pianist John di Martino and “SOME OTHER TIME “ a tribute to Leonard Bernstein with trombonist/singer Nils Landgren with arrangements by Vince Mendoza. A Yiddish record entitled “MAZEL” was released with Cantor Daniel Kramer, a country/jazz record entitled “CRYIN’ IN MY WHISKEY” was released in March 2011 featuring tunes by Vince Gill, Patsy Cline, Lucinda Williams, George Jones and others. JUNE 2023 saw the release of a Grammy nominated live record with Bobby Sanabria’s Multiverse Latin Jazz Orchestra entitled “VOX HUMANA.” 2024 will see the release of two new recording projects, “The Colors of My Life,” ( A Cy Coleman Songbook) with pianist Yaron Gershovsky , and “The Art Of Vocalese,” which will be released in the fall .


  • 5:30 - General Admission

  • 5:30 - VIP Seating

  • 7:30 - General Admission

  • 7:30 - VIP Seating




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