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Andrew Walesch Solo • All Requests

May 30 | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

$30.00 - $40.00
Dinner and drinks service starts 1 hour before showtimes.

Great American Songbook

You bring em, he sings em! Andrew will be returning to Crooners by popular demand for an evening of requests from the Great American Songbook – songs of romance, levity and unrequited love. This is night for you, the audience, so come taste the wine, come to the cabaret.

Andrew Walesch vocals

Like many before him, singer and pianist Andrew Walesch manages to encapsulate cosmopolitan sophistication and the self-effacing charm of a country boy.

Whether composing and arranging or appearing as a solo artist or with a big band, Walesch, who crisscrosses the country playing dates big and small, is as respectful of his predecessors as he is ready to leap into the unknown and chart a new course.

In his sold-out monthly shows with his 10-piece band, Walesch is both traditionalist and iconoclast. His audiences include jazz enthusiasts of a certain age as well as a younger crowd compelled by his down-home insouciance and the knowing irreverence of a tried-and-true American nightclub entertainer.

Walesch’s vocal and piano chops, along with his knack for finding and interpreting a great lyric, have led to great opportunities, including an appearance on the nationally syndicated NPR broadcast Mountain Stage and, more recently, an invitation to perform at the 33rd Annual Cabaret Convention at the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Andrew Walesch is now residing in Phoenix, AZ where he serves as artistic director at the world-renowned Musical Instrument Museum.

“He did it his way, delivering standards like a young old pro … a compelling style of showmanship that felt fresh and classic at the same time.” – Jon Bream, Star Tribune


May 30
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
$30.00 - $40.00
Tickets Here:


Dunsmore Jazz Room
6161 Hwy 65 NE
Minneapolis, MN 55432 United States

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