Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
In the 1950s, jazz pianist George Shearing was deified by none other than acclaimed American author Jack Kerouac in the groundbreaking novel On the Road. Now music lovers can find out precisely why Kerouac was so inspired by the talented jazzman thanks to this release of a concert performance featuring a notable collection of Shearing's most memorable songs. With performances of "Love for Sale", "On a Clear Day", "Have You Met Miss Jones", and "Up a Lazy River", this performance will be as exciting to those yet to experience Shearing's musical mastery as it will be exhilarating for longtime fans who may have never had the opportunity to see the master perform in his element.
concert, concert-pianist, jazz, pianist, piano