Tierney Sutton On Piano Jazz The Grammy-nominated singer performs a set featuring several of Frank Sinatra's signature numbers.

Tierney Sutton On Piano Jazz

Tierney Sutton In The Studio

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Earlier this year, singer Tierney Sutton earned a Grammy nomination — her sixth — for Best Jazz Vocal Album for 2014's Paris Sessions. But when Sutton came on Piano Jazz in 2004, she had just released her album Dancing In The Dark, a tribute to Frank Sinatra. With her accompanist Christian Jacobs, Sutton performs a set of standards, and she and host Marian McPartland team up to play "Last Night When We Were Young."

Originally broadcast in the fall of 2004.

Set List

  • "Devil May Care" (Dorough, Kirk)
  • "Two For The Road" (Mancini)
  • "East Of The Sun" (Brooks)
  • "Ill Wind" (Arlen, Koehler)
  • "Last Night When We Were Young" (Arlen, Harburg)
  • "Route 66" (Troup)
  • "Tiffany/Waltz For Debbie" (Evans, Lees)
  • "Last Dance/Dancing In The Dark" (Cahn, VanHeusen, Schwartz, Dietz)