Jesse Luttrell: Showstopper
March 6 @ 8:00 pm
“This multi-talented performer, known for glitzy, razzle dazzle performances, has people taking notice of a dynamo who isn’t afraid to break a few rules. If you’re a fan of showstopping performers from the school of Sammy Davis, Jr., Anthony Newley, or Peter Allen, Jesse Luttrell is your guy.” -Theatre Scene, NY
Powerhouse vocalist, Jesse Luttrell, dazzles in an exciting evening of rousing popular music, injecting his electrifying performance style into passionate hits from 60’s & 70’s Pop, Jazz, and Broadway including songs made famous by ELVIS, TOM JONES, FRANKIE VALLI, and MORE!
Whether you are a fan of classic pop heartthrobs or the exhilarating vocals of today, Jesse Luttrell is sure to leave audiences wanting more.
Jesse Luttrell has quickly become one of the most in-demand young concert artists in New York and around the world. He has appeared at major nightclubs including Feinstein’s/54 Below, Birdland, The Metropolitan Room, Crazy Coqs in London, The Palm, and theatres/performing arts centers across the USA. Jesse starred in the critically-acclaimed musical revue BAWDY, which ran in New York City for an unprecedented 6 years. He regularly headlines with award winning Broadway stars in “American Showstoppers,” the acclaimed concert series at New York’s Schimmel Center and on tour. And, his critically-acclaimed debut album is featured on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby, and is being streamed daily to countless fans around the world.
Before pursuing a solo career, Jesse Luttrell began as a dancer and trained on full scholarship with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and The Rock School/Pennsylvania Ballet. He then made the switch to Broadway, and toured the country starring in a variety of roles including the Pharaoh in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, the Emcee in Cabaret, Frank-n-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show, and multiple roles in Cats, Peter Pan, 42nd Street, Meet Me in St Louis, Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, West Side Story, Evita, and Carousel.
- Friday, March 6 @ 8:00 pm