Brad McNett

Jazz Vocalist

Kittens & Crooners With Brad McNett

  • Tipping Point Theatre 361 East Cady Street Northville, MI, 48167 United States

ALL ATTENDEES MUST BE 21 OR OLDER.

Your $30 ticket includes: the concert, pre-show mingle with art show, appetizers and 3 tickets for wine tastings. If tickets are still available they will be $35 at the door. Save 10% if you purchase the series or if you are a Tipping Point season ticket holder - call 586.484.8797 to reserve.

Ticketsholders can mix and mingle while enjoying art from a Northville Art House artist Henry Fusco, a wine tasting from a local partner, and appetizers from local restaurants prior to each show, 7 to 8 p.m. (there will also be a cash bar with wine, beer and beverages for sale throughout the night). 

Barely into his twenties, vocalist/composer, Brad McNett, is quickly becoming one of the most popular interpreters of the Great American Songbook. McNett’s large repertoire and his ability to interpret a lyric or turn a phrase with, the skill and poise of someone twice his age, makes him an instant smash with any audience. "There's a late-'50s sensibility in his voice—touches of Mel Torme and Frank D'Rone," according to Marc Myers of JazzWax.com.

Our featured Northville Art House artist will be Henry Fusco. Fusco’s subject matter has evolved from buildings, seascapes, and landscapes to figures, nudes, and still-lifes. His most current work is often on a scale larger than normally associated with typical watercolor paintings. Today, Fusco is noted for his impressionistic figurative work and rhythmic still-lifes. He has mastered transparent washes to create depth and richness reminiscent of the Midwest Regionalist painters of the Depression Era.

The four concerts featuring metro-Detroit’s finest singers performing classic jazz standards (and originals) in the stylings of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat ‘King’ Cole and Billie Holiday will be held 8-10 p.m.

Saturdays (January 9 – Brad McNett; March 12 – Jill Jack & The American Songbook Band; May 14 – Paul King; and July 9 -- Beth Stalker) in the intimate setting of the Tipping Point Theatre (details at 2stonesevents.com).