Who says you can't teach an old song new tricks?
Elaine St. George specializes in reinventing the classics of pop. It’s just that her definition of “pop” is a little broader than most people’s. From Gershwin and Cole Porter -- who wrote the popular music of the 1930s -- to Steve Goodman, Joni Mitchell and a host of newer songwriters. The New York Times calls her Steve Goodman show a "poignant, easygoing tribute" and "an affectionate, thoroughly researched musical biography."
Backed by some of the best jazz musicians in the business, St. George combines consummate musicality with an ability to get right to the heart of a lyric, producing a unique emotional experience for her audience.