Join Jeannie Tanner, Daryl Nitz, and George Howe as they celebrate Glenview Community Church’s 10 year anniversary of being an open and affirming congregation. Music made popular by Cole Porter, Noel Coward, Peter Allen, Elton John, Barry Manilow, Johnny Mathis, Stephen Sondehein, Liberace, kd lang, Dusty Springfield, Lesley Gore, Freddy Mercury and more, will be featured in the concert.

Jeannie Tanner 

Chicago does not lack for engaging trumpeters, vocalists, pianists, bandleaders, songwriters and arrangers — but how many can do it all?Jeannie Tanner happens to be one… 

– Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune

Jeannie Tanner is an award winning composer with 7 Grammy-considered albums and 5 ASCAP composer awards. She is a vocalist, piano player, trumpeter, percussionist, songwriter and producer who performs and records her original music with her groups 3 Martini Jeannie and the Jeannie Tanner Quartet. Her songs are a mix of pop, R&B and jazz and have been used for many TV/film projects including Single Ladies (VH1 – produced by Queen Latifah), Culinary Travels with Dave Eckert (PBS/The Travel Channel), Revenge (ABC), Real Wives of Beverly Hills (Bravo), Fox NFL Kickoff and Days of Our Lives (NBC). Her music has been featured in many movies including Hallmark’s A Christmas Duet, Christmas Cookies and Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas; Lifetime’s Doomsday Mom, and Dolly Parton’s Netflix series, Heartstrings. Jeannie is now producing the podcast Just Ask Abby which can be heard on Spotify and Apple Music. Visit https://jeannietanner.com for performance dates and more info. 

Daryl Nitz & George HoweNow in their 21st smash year, “Mr. Entertainment” and “Mr. Music”, a.k.a Daryl Nitz and George Howe, host the wildest weekend party in town!  As seen on WGN-TV and NBC-5, this show is part piano bar request, part audience participation, and part stand-up comedy; it is always spontaneous and never boring.  Nitz and Howe offer a “happening” that  runs the gamut from pop songs by the Eurythmics or Reba McEntire, to show tunes from Broadway (just try and stump them), standards, jazz, and blues. With over 1200 performances under their belts, these two guys have done, and DO it all!

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