Saxophonist Ron Aprea and vocalist Angela DeNiro are a husband and wife team that have been performing with their jazz quintet and big band in the New York.  They've also been featured at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival and headlined at the Les Nuits du Jazz Festival in Nantes, France.  Their signature sound features Angela scatting along with Ron's alto saxophone.  Angela DeNiro, with the Ron Aprea Orchestra, has three albums to her credit, all of which feature the writing of Ron Aprea, along with composer/arranger Frank Foster and Dennis Wilson. 

 

Lionel Hampton, after recording his solo on Angela's Swingin' With Legends  album, had this to say:  " ...Angela has got the voice, boy!  You feel that big voice coming out of that girl...her voice is great and her diction is perfect!  I'm so glad I was on that date with you (Angela)...you are a great talent.  I put you in the class with Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald...tell everybody look out...my girl's comin'!"

 

Visit us at:  www.angeladeniro.com

 

For booking information, call (631) 662-9266

 

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