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Album Release Date:
 May 4, 2004

what the critics are saying

“One of the most entertaining and engaging young singers around.”
–New York Daily News

“The freshest, classiest, most enjoyable CD I have listened to in quite some time.”
–Vanity Fair

“A singer of enormous depth and range. Equally comfortable singing theater pieces as well as pop songs, Donahue exhibits a vocal assuredness and a focused intensity that vault him into the big leagues.”
–Show Business

“A bright new talent [with a] rich and enchanting voice. He already has more polish and taste than a lot of performers twice his age.”
–New York Observer

“Possessed of a beautiful voice, taste beyond his years, an actor's skill and keen comic sense.”
–Chicago Sun-Times


Jack Donahue
Strange Weather

His voice glowing with warmth and sensuality, Jack Donahue is an elegant, jazz-inspired crooner who has been called "one of the most entertaining and engaging young singers around" by the New York Daily News.

His CD, STRANGE WEATHER, features new interpretations of classic songs by Cole Porter ("Let's Do It"), Johnny Mercer & Hoagy Carmichael ("Skylark") and Harry Warren ("You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby"), mixed with works by more contemporary writers such as Suzanne Vega ("Caramel"), Kenny Rankin ("Haven't We Met"), Jay Leonhart ("Robert Frost") and Peter Eldridge ("Strange Weather," written with Mr. Donahue).

Jack collaborates with an all-star lineup of jazz musicians including Johnny Frigo, Loston Harris, Andy Ezrin, David Finck and Ben Wittman.

track listing
  1. Haven't We Met? (Kenny Rankin & Ruth Batchelor)
  2. Caramel (Suzanne Vega)
  3. Robert Frost (Jay Leonhart)
  4. In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening (Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer)
  5. Blackberry Winter (Alec Wilder & Loonis McGlohon)
  6. Close Your Eyes (Bernice Petkere)
  7. Strange Weather (Peter Eldridge & Jack Donahue)
  8. Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) (Cole Porter)
  9. Smile (Charlie Chaplin, John Turner & Geoffrey Parsons)
  10. You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby (Harry Warren & Johnny Mercer)
  11. Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer)
  12. The House Is Haunted (Basil Adlam & Billy Rose)
  13. Warm December (Peter Eldridge & Doug Worth)
  14. Lost in the Stars (Kurt Weill & Maxwell Anderson)

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