ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN
ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN 2015 New Album from Talented Jazz Artist -- Audrey Bernstein
Too Close For Comfort
DEED I DO
ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN
OUR LOVE IS EASY
OH THE MONEY
THE WATERS OF MARCH
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS
YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU
I WANT A SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE
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Cover - ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN - JUNE 2015
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Photography by Talia Marek & Leenah Dawood 1.13 MB
Inside Cover Shot of Audrey Bernstein for 2nd album, ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN - JUNE 2015
Cover Art Work by Amy Jo Diaz
Photography by Talia Marek & Leenah Dawood 1.02 MB
Everyone from Mad Men to Maroon 5 is talking about this gifted jazz artist and her “fresh and familiar” voice. Audrey’s "impeccable phrasing” combines “soul and science" on her new album of original music and American popular classics.
Her latest album, ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN - 2015, features world class musicians like Ray Vega of the famous Vega Brothers and the award-winning Joey Sommerville. Along with the new album.
Available on iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon.com
Who is Audrey?
“Audrey Bernstein brings her impeccable phrasing and rhythm to some of the best of songs ever written.”- Mad Men Composer David Carbonara
Jazz singer Audrey Bernstein is an experience best savored in concert. She is a natural entertainer, with the ability to captivate and inspire her audiences with her warm voice, charm, and delicate mastery of tone." Described as “classic” and “endearingly sexy”, with “the chops to deliver an emotional wallop”, Bernstein is spontaneous, nuanced, and swings like crazy.
Audrey has always possessed an exceptional talent for bringing people together. Entertaining is at the constant core throughout her life and diverse careers: fabulous party promoter, chic baker, lifestyle guru, World Cup Snowboard Champion, and finally, as her true calling, a singer. Before her arrival on today's jazz scene, Audrey was a fixture in the New York and Los Angeles social scenes. She successfully attracted some of the most diverse and star-studded crowds and media attention to her many creative projects, at her chic Los Angeles bakery, high class events, intimate soirees, and her lifestyle website, oh-audrey.com. Audrey has entertained and mingled with musicians, fashionistas, and all sorts of talented artists, becoming a tastemaker herself and the go-to-girl for lavish corporate events, style trends, party-planning, and general lifestyle knowhow. She has also been interviewed on many top national publications, TV shows, and websites for her lifestyle and entertaining advice. Now based out of Vermont, Audrey has embraced the roots of her entertaining spirit, singing. Pulling from her decades of unique experiences, she fuses together her love of music, and entertaining into a totally new, yet perfect experience you’d expect from Audrey.
Her latest new album ALRIGHT, OKAY, YOU WIN, released 2015, is available on iTunes, CD Baby, amazion.com, and Pandora. It features world class musicians such as Ray Vega of the famous Vega Brothers, Joe Capps, Geza Carr, John Rivers, Michael Zsoldos, and the award-winning Joey Sommerville.
"As much as that takes fearsome vocal technique, what’s most impressive is how she puts those chops to work to deliver an emotional wallop…" - New York Music Daily, July 10, 2015
"Audrey’s joyful and silky voice is amazing on these trusted [jazz] standards and originals that sound like they already are standards.” - James Valentine, Maroon 5
"Wow, What a Voice! -Jeff Franzel - Songwriter and composer, worked with such artists as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Mel Tormé, and Lady Gaga at the 2015 Grammys
"Both fresh and familiar, which is what we we're always looking for in our music. Audrey brings her impeccable phrasing and rhythm to some of the best of songs written." - David Carbonara, Composer for Mad Men
"Bernstein comes out swingin' on the album's punchy opener, "Too Close for Comfort," before settling into a sultry take on "Comes Love" that would be right at home after midnight at the Blue Note. Bernstein's voice ranges from hi-hat sharp to crushed-velour soft. Each cut showcases her delicate mastery of tone." - Ted Kammerer, Seven Days
"In a world crowded with ultra high octane, technique-heavy vocalists, Audrey Bernstein's deft meshing of "soul and science"- Quincy Jones's definition of jazz-is as refreshing as an autumn breeze. She explores the melodic and thematic textures of originals and American Popular Song classics with great care and sublime invention." - Reuben Jackson, VPR Friday Night Jazz
“Audrey is simply magnetic. The moment you meet her, you want to be a part of whatever she is doing...” - Dany Levy, Founder of Dailycandy.com
"I was taken with Bernstein's charming, flirtatious delivery...she lets her material shine as much as she does herself. Dan Bolles - Soundbites 6/10/2015
"This song [Fever] is so beautiful! I love your arrangement and your voice sounds amazing." Abigal Chapin, The Chapin Sisters
"What makes a great performer? A great performer has a special connection with the audience...Many people can make good records. But people go to a concert hall for the live, spontaneous, in-the-moment, joyous, funny occasion. And that comes from an artist who is so thoroughly prepared that she or he can abandon that preparation and make the audience members feel personally and individually part of the performance. Itzak Perlam is a genius in that way... And Stowe musician Audrey Bernstein is like that..." - Lance Olson, Executive Director at Spruce Peak Arts Center
"...As impressive as the band’s collective performance is, Bernstein rightly remains the focal point. She is solid throughout the record. And in certain moments, her performance borders on sublime. For example, her cooing interpretation of the Gershwins’ “A Foggy Day” is a standout in which she displays impressive control and emotive nuance. The same is true of Matt Dennis and Earl Brent’s “Angel Eyes.” Here, Bernstein’s playfulness is in full, flirtatious form as she winkingly invites us “happy people” to drink up..." - Dan Bolles, Seven Days
“...Classic and endearingly sexy.”- Ed DuFresne, Times Argus
"Don't miss the fabulous Audrey Bernstein at the Spare Room in Hollywood." - DailyCandy
"Audrey Bernstein is a mashup of Martha Stewart, Holly Golightly and Peggy Guggenheim -- with a penchant for chic entertaining.” – Los Angeles Times
“Audrey Bernstein is a natural entertainer-- able to captivate and inspire her audiences by being a conduit for poetry and mischief in the same breath. Her voice is warm and smooth and her whole being is compelling. I don't know how she does it, but she always elevates the night and creates a room that is flirty, intriguing and more exciting than it was before she got there.” - Tatiana von Furstenberg