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Sunday
27
MAY

Black Market Reverie - "The Rainy Days" Record Release

19:30
21:30
Upstairs at Vitello's
Event organized by Upstairs at Vitello's

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Lyman Medeiros and Renee Myara find common ground between jazz, classic French pop, Americana, and their own original songs to create the sound of Black Market Reverie. Equipped with vocal harmonies and clever arrangements, their music is both familiar and unique.

Lyman - Lyman Medeiros has toured the world playing bass with such legendary artists as Michael Buble, Dianne Schuur, and Steve Tyrell, among many others. Black Market Reverie is the first project to feature Medeiros vocally.

Renee - A musical chameleon, you’ll find Renee Myara playing many instruments, and writing and singing in multiple languages. Though classically trained, she has lent her talents to many genres. In Black Market Reverie, Myara's signature style and operatic range fuses jazz, country and cabaret.

The Album- The Rainy Days is a collection of eight songs that define the sound and style of Black Market Reverie. From the American Songbook gem “Stars Fell on Alabama,” to the acoustic interpretation of Serge Gainsbourg’s calypso-tinged “Couleur Cafe,” to the foot-stomping original “Trouble,” the album presents a diverse song selection with a singular concept that creates an unforgettable debut.

Lyman Medeiros-vocals, bass
Renee Myara-vocals, ukulele, guitar
Chris Wabich-drums, percussion
Matthew Yeakley-guitar
Luis Mascaro-violin

Tickets: $20 for GA // $40 for VIP Seating

The full dinner menu is available for purchase as soon as doors open. Your ticket purchase is the only reservation you need. A minimum of two items ($20.00) is required per person. $10 ticket INCREASE on day of show. Valet parking available with validation for $5. There is metered street parking as well but be sure to read the signs. Parking is NOT permitted on Woodbridge St. after 9pm nightly.