Jazz at the Trout presents Steve March-Torme’s Snazzy, Jazzy Christmas
December 19 6:30pm
Steve March-Torme is the first-born son of the multi-talented Mel Torme. His stepfather was the actor/comedian Hal March, who was host of NBC-TV’s The $64,000 Question Show and subsequently starred in Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn on Broadway.
Steve is an international touring and recording artist and has wowed audiences in every venue from intimate jazz clubs to Performing Arts Centers to festivals worldwide (Australia, England, Japan, Canada, and Brazil to name a few). Steve has also performed in the prestigious Detroit Jazz Festival with amongst others, Diane Schuur, Ramsey Lewis, Stanley Clark, and John Pizzarelli. This year, he looks forward to seeing Mr. Pizzarelli again when they perform at the Mackinac Island Jazz Festival.
This year, Steve was nominated for a Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Award in the category of Best Male Vocalist.
He’s Released four “jazz/pop” albums, the first Swingin’ at the Blue Moon Bar & Grille, features a duet of Straighten up and Fly Right, with his famous dad. His most recent, Inside/Out, features all original tunes written by Steve and is the first album he’s recorded on which he also plays guitar and keyboards.
In addition to his performing and recording career, he’s also the voice you hear every weekday morning (6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.) and afternoon (3:00 p.pm. – 7:00 p.m.) on 91.1 The Avenue (avenueradio.com) in Wisconsin.
Performance starts at 7:30 p.m., with opening performance at 6:30 p.m. by the Lawrence University Student Jazz Trio.
$20 Museum Members | $28 General | $5 Student