You have to be a little bold and brave to put your own stamp on some of the great American standards and Great American Songbook tunes. They are culture giants and demand moxy, respect, charm, and if you’re brave enough, independence in the delivery so you can make them your own and stand out from the pack. Vocalist Steve Tyrell brings all of that when he sings a song. He is just as comfortable out in front of some of the world’s great orchestras as he is in the intimacy of a jazz club. Or even in a studio producing a fellow artist or respectfully paying homage to a superstar, a superstar like Sinatra, or performing with one like Quincy Jones. Comfort, respect and charm, that’s what makes the artistry of Steve Tyrell.