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Christine Ebersole's STRINGS ATTACHED Now Available

November 26
3:57 PM 2013

Christine Ebersole's STRINGS ATTACHED Now AvailableTwo-time Tony Award-winning stage and screen star Christine Ebersole commits to disc a new collection of '20s and '30s standards titled STRINGS ATTACHED, now available on disc and digital download on iTunes and Amazon.

Ebersole joins with acclaimed violinist and arranger Aaron Weinstein on the new release, adding her idiosyncratic dramatic spark and versatile vocals to a wide range of familiar and some lesser-known material from the early 20th century.

The official description of Christine Ebersole's STRINGS ATTACHED is as follows: "Two-time Tony Award-winning actress Christine Ebersole teams with virtuoso violinist/arranger Aaron Weinstein for a program of classic songs imbued with originality, musicality, and swing. Known for her brilliance as an actress and cabaret artist, Ebersole proves that shes equally talented in the jazz arena on a selection of beautifully arranged versions of gems from the Great American Songbook. Tony Award winner for her roles in 42nd Street and Grey Gardens, Ebersole is currently starring in the hit TBS sitcom Sullivan & Son, is featured in the 2013 blockbuster The Big Wedding (which ends with a song she wrote and performs), and appears in the Fall 2013 Scorsese drama The Wolf of Wall Street. Named a Rising Star Violinist by DownBeat, Aaron Weinstein is quickly earning a reputation as one of the finest jazz violinists of his generation. As a featured soloist he has performed at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Wolftrap Center, Birdland, Blue Note, Iridium, and more."

Order Christine Ebersole's STRINGS ATTACHED on iTunes here and Amazon here.

More information on Christine Ebersole is available at her official site here.

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