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  • Steve March-Tormé Rolling His Snap, Sizzle, And Pop Into Playhouse

    Steve March-Tormé is bringing his entertaining show to The Ridgefield Playhouse on November 8. The son of music legend Mel Tormé, Steve promises a set of familiar tunes from The Great American Songbook, as well as a mix of pop songs and a handful of his own originals. He also has shows scheduled at two additional venues in Connecticut in early November.

  • Concert Preview: Steve March-Tormé Rolling His Snap, Sizzle, And Pop Into Playhouse

    RIDGEFIELD — Growing up in a household influenced more by comedy than music, Steve March-Tormé says that he surprises people when he confides that in his youth, he spent a lot more time with Buddy Hackett than Buddy Rich.

    According to biographer Scott Yanow, March-Tormé actually avoided singing jazz for a long time so he could escape the huge shadow of his father. He actually did not grow up with his father, the entertainer Mel (“The Velvet Frog) Tormé, since his parents were divorced when he was two.