Singer/songwriter, guitarist and pianist Jon Sandler’s bluesy voice, passionate vocals, easygoing lyrics and quirky sense of humor make for an impressive live show. Check out one of Sandler’s most popular (and relatable) tunes, “The Vodka Song,” in which he sings: “Vodka I can see right through you/I know what you would do/ to me.”
Jon Sandler and The Fancy Band will perform at The Living Room in NYC on Saturday, March 26th.
Check out this great performance of “Save, Apologize, Go” from Jon Sandler and The Fancy Band’s March 3rd performance at Rockwood Music Hall:
About: (From the band’s bio) “Jon Sandler and The Fancy Band is having a great year. They recently recorded a new EP titled “The Fancy Band” produced by Eric Zeiler (Xylos), signed with super duper records, and in August opened for Jimmy Buffett at the Nikon Theater at Jones Beach. With a soulful voice and dynamic songwriting, Jon’s style has been compared to a combination of John Lennon, Jason Mraz, Elton John and Ben Folds. His unique style has been heard throughout the New York City scene over the past four years where he has played over 150 shows at important venues such as Rockwood Music Hall (Stages 1 and 2), Mercury Lounge, Knitting Factory, Pianos, Arlene’s Grocery, Kenny’s Castaways, Don Hills, Southpaw, and two sold out shows at the Triad Theater. Jon is currently writing original music for film and television projects, including a feature documentary and a theme song for a new television pilot.”
Full Disclosure: Jon Sandler is a great musician but we’re not paid to say so. We just dig his tunes.
Note: This post was written by our Media Relations Assistant, Chelsea Hunt.