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NEW ALBUM! THE JUNCTION ~ MARCH 30, 2018

The Manhattan Transfer is THRILLED to announce the release of their latest album, THE JUNCTION! Remembering Tim Hauser and welcoming Trist Curless, The Manhattan Transfer has embraced new dynamic and fresh possibilities for their legendary sound in this eclectic new recording … Continue reading

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ACCLAIMED JAZZ VOCALIST CHERYL BENTYNE’S SOLO SONDHEIM TRIBUTE – reARRANGEMENTS OF SHADOWS – RELEASING OCTOBER 6, 2017 ON ARTISTSHARE

On reARRANGEMENTS OF SHADOWS, veteran vocalist CHERYL BENTYNE re–imagines songs by the iconic Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim. Widely known for her 38 years as part of the renowned vocal group The Manhattan Transfer, Bentyne is also a solo performer with over a dozen … Continue reading

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THE SUMMIT: The Manhattan Transfer Meets Take 6

We’re hitting the road this fall with TAKE 6 for an unforgettable concert series… See YOU at THE SUMMIT!!!

“The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 together at Town Hall… You could hear so much profound and delightful artistry. You could feel how much … Continue reading

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ALAN PAUL RELEASES NEW SOLO ALBUM ~ SHU BOP!

Hi Friends!
Wishing you all a very happy, healthy and abundant 2016! I am very excited to share with you the exclusive release of my new solo album, Shu Bop! Shu Bop pays tribute to classic doo-wop and popular music from the 1950’s and early … Continue reading

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Remembering Tim Hauser

It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of Tim Hauser’s passing with you all… As many of you know, Tim was the visionary behind The Manhattan Transfer. We spent more than 40 years together singing and making … Continue reading

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