John Minnock

John Minnock is a new-breed singer who fuses diversity with modern interpretations into his shows. He was first popular in Boston and is now a regular in New York City’s jazz and cabaret scene. The Hot House Jazz 2016 Fans’ Decision Metropolitan Room Award was presented to him. John just released “Right Around the Corner”, his second major album. It is available at iTunes, Amazon and Spotify as well as CDBaby. The album features impressive new music including three original compositions and innovative renditions of jazz and cabaret classics. A stellar rhythm section supports him, as well as Dave Liebman (National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters and Grammy-nominee). This “gay-ahead” jazz album is groundbreaking in that it examines LGBTQ subjects in jazz. Minnock has performed at some of the most prestigious cabaret clubs in New York including the Metropolitan Room, Triad Theater, Don’t Tell Mama and, most recently, at Feinstein’s 54 Below with Dave Liebman. John Minnock is a classically trained musician whose vocals recall the voices of Lou Rawls and George Benson. King. King often improvises in jazz and sings scat. He brings a wealth of music history to every performance. He has performed at The Metropolitan Room and the Triad Theater. His vast repertoire includes classics like King, Ruth Brown, and Bill Withers, as well as contemporary artists such Sara Bareilles and Amy Winehouse. Bistro Awards: “One of my favorite renditions of ‘On Broadway’ that I have ever heard.” John leads a group of talented musicians and keeps the energy going throughout the evening. John was a regular performer at Boston’s Encore Lounge before he came to NYC. This is where he performed his jazz gigs, which were some of the most popular in Boston. The Boston Globe selected the show several times as a “Featured Events” during its existence. John was previously a member of the “Feed the Meter” group. He was born in Albany and graduated from Boston University in music. From

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