gorgeous renditions of sophisticated standards will make you believe in
-Ms. H. Harris
"The show was like a step back in time...each sang
as if they were singing to you and you alone. This group is something that
shouldn't be missed!"
"Boulevard East is
performing those fabulous standards that we don't hear anymore (and that many
of us miss). Their arrangements are brilliant and their interpretations
beautiful. An evening with Boulevard East is lovely!"
-Mary Alice Foster
"They've never sounded better. Boulevard East's new
show is a winning mix of tasty harmonies, playful asides and terrific
arrangements. A real pleasure---check them out! "
-Ted Baus - Performer
"An absolutely great show
for everyone, even if you are hearing the songs for the first time. It's a
show that's appealing to all generations."
"I sat down to utter amazement as a group called
Boulevard East began to fill the room with their "own" brand of
standards...and what lovely melodies they were."
-Mr. Mark Kieren
"Eastern Standard Time has a new name,
"Boulevard East," and a wonderful new show. And with the new show and a new venue,
Don't Tell Mama, they successfully brought their talent to a new
level...taking risks and successfully blending contemporary songs/songwriters
with tried and true American Songbook classics. I gotta tell ya, it was
exciting to watch...the blend has never been better, the arrangements rock,
and Chris, Dana and Beth each shine both in their dynamite solo numbers as
well as the close harmonies. Just go to hear the wonderful Arlen arrangement
by Michael Holland or the wonderful Jason Robert Brown Duet, or the kickin
"Cabaret" vocal harmonies...and how does Chris play and sing
"Another Hundred People" at the same time? He does it justice. Don't miss them when they
come back around!!! "
-Julie Reyburn - Performer
"Your harmonies are so
close, you sound like you're related!"
-Nancy McGraw, owner, The
"An excellent show…it was
great! It brought back some beautiful old memories for me."
-Ms. Joan Rader of New Egypt
"This is a vocal group
with a great future in the entertainment world. They know how to present the
old standards in [a] new and refreshing way...I urge you to make a special
effort to catch these talented singers and professional entertainers. They
are just delightful!!"
-Dr. Thomas Robert Stevens,
"As the Conference Planning Manager and Special
Events Coordinator at Arden House Conference Center, I have found the trio to
be a great addition to my list of preferred vendors. The show has been well
received & enjoyed by many attendees of our conferences. They are a highly professional group of
entertainers, who come together as one, to provide the best entertainment I
have experienced in my 11 years of conference planning."
-Ms. Greer Rowan
Conference Planning Manager, Arden Conference Center,
"A particularly enjoyable and refreshingly zestful
trio of entertainers. I'm tempted to
compare them to Manhattan Transfer...Especially amusing is the way they play
off each other, there's some razor-sharp comic timing here...And then there
is the music. The Trio's voices compliment each other splendidly and they
work off each other like pieces of a precision instrument. "
-John Michael Koroly, "Welcome to the
Club"/WRTN-FM & WVOX-AM
"Two Gals and a Guy (he's at the piano) rendering
standards in three-part harmony. A light and lyrical dish..."
"I've seen Boulevard East
[formerly known as the group Eastern Standard Time] several times and each
time I see them, they grow by leaps and bounds. The talent and voices are a
given but its the show, performances, arrangements and harmonies that seem to
just keep getting better and better. Their new show, ACT II, is a wonderful
ride of diverse tunes, trio work and very special moments for each of these
three wonderful singers, Chris, Dana and Beth. I have also had the privilege
of sharing a stage with them on several occasions and see how audiences
respond to them...you will respond to them too. "
-Sue Matsuki - Performer
"A phenomenal show, with incredible harmony and
pitch with no missed steps…a blend of voices not found too often "
-Ms. Nancy Bembridge of New Egypt
"I had a great time! The group was entertaining and
delightful. I would highly recommend going to see Eastern Standard Time in
all the time zones."
-Mr. Jon Eremus
"There was no real theme or special event to mark
this Friday night performance...Friday was just music, and some very fine
performances. The vocal group 'Eastern Standard Time' was called on to open
the show. They delighted the audience with their special three-part harmony
renditions of 'Let's Misbehave,' 'Skylark,' and 'Sentimental Gentleman from
-Stu V. Hamstra, reviewing the Friday, October 1, 1999
session of the Tenth Annual Mabel Mercer Foundation Cabaret Convention