Phil Hill Trio

Sunday, July 24th – 4:30-6:30 pm
The Phil Hill Quartet

Phil Hill TrioPhil Hill, vocal and guitar;
Sam Cady, piano;
Bill Langlois, bass;
Mark Lee, drums.

marklee5The Phil Hill Trio was already soaring before they added drummer Mark Lee, making the trio a quartet and allowing the whole enterprise to fly higher, faster and ever more gracefully.

Phil plays a sweet and evocative guitar and sings with understated elan, delivering for the wistful, the lovelorn and the hopelessly romantic lovely standards from the Great American Songbook like Pennies from Heaven, On the Sunny Side of the Street, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore, Route 66, The Girl from Ipanema, On a Slowboat to China, Stardust, Ain’t Misbehavin’ and many more.  Sam Cady’s piano sets the frame and embellishes the picture flawlessly, and bassist Bill Langlois gives it soul that takes you right into Nat Cole’s 1940s world.

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