An Evening of Nat King Cole with Bryan Eng

“Eng’s star wattage is undeniable. Mercurial luxurious croon…” —Chicago Sun-Times “Cool sounds… very likable performer…” —Chicago Tribune From New York City, multifaceted Broadway actor and jazz pianist/singer, Bryan Eng brings his swinging trio back to the St. Louis after a sold-out show in December. With a sound and showmanship compared to jazz masters such as Nat King Cole and Harry Connick Jr., Eng’s musicality packs a punch of energy that manages to maintain an alluring level of intimacy.

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