When he was 21, pianist Marc Cary moved to New York City to find his father. He wound up finding himself in the upper echelons of the city’s jazz scene. Cary’s new album pays tribute to the legendary singer and songwriter with whom he spent more than a decade performing.
Siegel, a singer, is one quarter of the jazz supergroup The Manhattan Transfer. Throughout the 30 years she’s spent with that musical institution, she’s also released her own recordings featuring hip, seductive arrangements of standards, as well as newer works. Here, she visits Piano Jazz along with pianist and accordion player Gil Goldstein.