Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) January 07, 2014 -- February is all about the heart; it's a time to hold the door open, to reach softly for your loved one's hand, and a time for shy glances across the dance floor. This is why it's the perfect time for jazz vocalist Randy Lyght's much-anticipated new album, A Return to Romance.
With a release date of February 13, 2014, the jazz vocalist takes you to the days of wading through the static on the AM dial to find the crackling sound of horns, sliding brushes and Tony Bennett's soothing voice; it's the music that compelled your father to wrap his arm around your moth- er's waist and dance in the kitchen. With rich vocals and a five-star band behind him playing hits such as "It Had to be You," "The Best is Yet to Come," and "La Vie en Rose," Randy Lyght's newest CD is like stepping into a jazz club in the 1950s; his refreshing take on the swinging standards will bring you to a simpler time.
As his third release under his own name, Randy Lyght has previously been featured on Easy 101.3 (Tillsonburg), CKWR 98.5 (Kitchener), CIWS 102.7 (Stouffville) and the Grand 92.9 (Fergus), among others. His smooth and smoky voice is currently in nationwide rotation.
This album will move you - and Canada's private radio broadcasters think so, too: last month, two of Mr. Lyght's songs from his upcoming release, including "All in Fun" and "Witchcraft," earned the Kitchener-resident his second Factor Grant (www.factor.ca). This grant honours exceptional Canadian talent.
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"Lyght and his exceptional band perform songs you know and love with the classic style of the best modern jazz croon- ers." - The Waterloo Chronicle, 2013.
"Randy's vocal dynamics are bang on, he can nail the high notes and then drop down and hang on the lows with while maintaining a rich warmth in his voice." - Zach Brenneman, Global Entertainment Magazine.
$1.00 of each CD sold is donated to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.