Love Songs We Love: Connie Evingson and the Jon Weber Trio

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Love Songs We Love: Connie Evingson and the Jon Weber Trio


Newly remodeled classic nightclub featuring raised ceilings, luxury booths, tiered seating, and state-of-the-art sound and lights.

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Crooners MainStage 6161 Hwy 65 NE Minneapolis, MN 55432

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  • Connie Evingson
  • Jon Weber

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No Refunds

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket
  • Dinner and cocktail seating and service begins 1 hour before showtimes.
  • Classic vocal jazz and swing

    February is the month of Love, and not just romantic love, but love of family, friends, nature, travel, music, home, etc,... love of Life itself! Connie and longtime cohort Jon Weber share songs celebrating all things love-ly from the Gershwins, the Beatles, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Peggy Lee, Dave Frishberg, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and other Great American Songbook writers.

    Connie Evingson (vocals)

    Jon Weber (piano)

    Gary Raynor (bass)

    Dave Schmalenberger (drums)

    Vocalist CONNIE EVINGSON is known for exploring a wide variety of musical styles. Her recorded catalog of acclaimed CD's ranging from jazz and Broadway standards to the music of Peggy Lee, Dave Frishberg, the Beatles, bossa nova, gypsy jazz and more reflects an adventurous spirit that knows no boundaries. She has been a featured guest artist with Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis, the Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Doc Severinsen, Vocalessence, the JazzMN Orchestra and other esteemed organizations. She is a longtime member of the popular vocal jazz group Moore By Four, and is a two-time recipient of both the McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians and the Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant.

    “A world-class local…a sublime mixture of ice and fire...remarkably versatile and determinedly adventurous.” - Jon Bream, Minneapolis StarTribune