(Detroit, MI)Longtime local singer/songwriter/multi instrumentalist Ted Nagy has a new CD of original material that he will perform with his Trio at Jazz Cafe, November 12th at 7PM at the finest little room in Detroit, Jazz Cafe inside Music Hall.

Ted Nagy’s new CD, entitled, “That’s What Made Me Famous” is a personal trip into the Blues, Americana and a little Jazz to spice up the tunes.

Nagy composes and plays guitar, piano, keys, or whatever he may have in front of him at the time, “I sing the songs I have in my head and sometimes, hopefully, in my heart.”

The Ted Nagy Trio are:

Ted Nagy – Guitar/Piano & Vocals

Eric Childress – Drums

Jonathane Leavell – Bass

Ted Nagy takes a well-rounded approach to his songwriting; he studied Jazz at Wayne State University as well as Creative Writing and continues to combine the two in all of his endeavors. As songwriter, composer, guitarist, musical director, vocalist and producer for several musical projects, Nagy has performed with notable artists such as M.L. Liebler, Arlo Guthrie, Steve King, Ken Kesey, Luis Resto, John Sinclair, Country Joe McDonald and countless others.

He has been one of the Artist Relations Directors of the Detroit International Jazz Festival.

He is currently (and for sometime now) Programming Director of Jazz Cafe at Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts where he strives to enlist the variety of Detroit’s finest local, national and international artists of all genres.” Ted has recorded and produced a number of albums and other recordings including “Paper Ghost Raindance”, “Beneath The Grand Heaven”, “Live at Junkbaby Studios”, and have been featured on the Motown Ambassadors release of “Detroit City”, which can now be heard on http://eamtradio.com/

Listen Here:https://soundcloud.com/tadjuwadju/devil

Tickets:$10 Includes CD and other free stuff and available at the door

Jazz Café at Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts
350 Madison Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226