Marc Jordan kicked off his new album Both Sides with an impeccable Live to Air performance on Tuesday night in the Long & McQuade Performance Hall here at JAZZ.FM91.

Jordan played a collection of smooth jazz songs including both classics and newly cut tunes. Hosted by Amy Sky, the concert featured a backing band with Lou Pomanti on piano, Mark Lalama on synth, Marc Rogers on bass, William Sperandei on trumpet and Kevan McKenzie on drums.

Recorded with the Prague Symphony and set to be released on April 5, Both Sides finds Jordan singing a variety of classics from the great American songbook. Timeless tunes like The Nearness of You and What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life meet turn-of-the-‘70s pop masterpieces like Joni Mitchell’s Both Sides, Now and Lou Reed’s Walk on the Wild Side in this cool and modern mix.

Keep scrolling to view photos from the event taken by our volunteer photographer Bill Beard.

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