Noah Griffin, Jef Labes, Harley White, and Jeff Sanford pay tribute to the undeniably smooth and remarkable Nat King Cole. Griffin, who began singing with the San Francisco Boy’s Choir at age 7, has shared the stage with Paul Robeson, Leontyne Price, and Nat Cole. As his career grew, he performed with Duke Ellington and traveled for shows in New York, Boston, London, Rome, and Paris. By 1960, Griffin was studying directly under Judy Davis and James Van Lowe. After returning to San Francisco, Griffin did rounds at night spots like “Sea Witch,” “Cobb’s Pub,” and “Plantation Inn”, before becoming the soloist for the Walt Tolleson Big Band. Most recently, he’s been focused on personal projects The Cole Porter Society and the Noah Griffin Trio.
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