Photo Flash: Trevor McQueen Brings THE SOUNDS OF '66 to Birdland

By: Mar. 10, 2015

On Monday, March 9, the Broadway at Birdland concert series was proud to present the return of singer Trevor McQueen in a brand new show, "The Sounds of '66." Scroll down for photos!

Following his sold-out Birdland debut with a 16-piece big band, Trevor McQueen returned with "The Sounds of '66", drawing upon a year that produced music from Bob Dylan, Wayne Shorter, Stephen Sondheim, The Beatles, and everything in between.

The concert featured guest vocalist and two-time Grammy award-nominee Jane Monheit, and a dectet under the direction of Angelo Di Loreto.

Trevor McQueen is a recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. He made his Broadway debut as Little Jake in the revival of Annie Get Your Gun. Trevor's love of music began at a very young age, while listening to Benny Goodman records in his neighbor's living room. He had the privilege of experiencing Pittsburgh's tremendous music scene while studying at university, playing with some of the city's most talented emerging and established musicians. Trevor has been consistently featured at Jazz at Andys at the Fairmont Pittsburgh for the past two years, headlining with such greats as legendary drummer Roger Humphries.

Photo Credit: Kevin Alvey