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Inspired by artist like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin,
Tony Bennett, Nat "King" Cole, Harry Connick Jr.
and Michael Buble',
Dan Olivo croons the Great American
Songbook backed by some of LA's finest
& seasoned jazz musicians.
“Olivo has created an impressive debut recording. The influences by other singers of classic pop like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Nat “King” Cole are present in his swinging approach to the material.”
"He is nicely abetted by the Robbins arrangements that provide a larger sound than one would expect from a septet. Olivo has created an impressive debut recording."
- Joey Land of Jersey Jazz Review
“A pretty hip jazz singer in the Bob Dorough vein: the same light, bari-tenor vocal range and subtle but swinging phrasing…. I can’t recall hearing a hipper version of Jule Styne’s Time After Time, and he really does do a wonderful job on Isham Jones’ old evergreen It Had to Be You.”
- Lynn Rene Beyley (The Art Music Lounge)
“A real swinger leading a swinging combo that fills the room like a big band. A natural performer… this is a fine way to get your dose of swinging at home.”
- Chris Spector (Midwest Record)
"Day By Day – a stunning, sometimes intimate, often playfully swinging and coolly bluesy crooner’s paradise. "
- Jonathan Widran (JW Vibe)
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