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E Three NYC is so excited to present its newest Live Music Band – The Lone Flower.  Allyson’s lead vocals are equally sultry and powerful.  As talented as she is stunning, Allyson performs jazz music and standards in 6 different languages including English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German and Italian.  The band covers a truly diverse repertoire ranging from artists such as Edith Piaf, Marlene Dietrich, Carmen Miranda, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Duke Ellington, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, the Andrews Sisters, Joao Gilberto, Dinah Shore, Bessie Smith, Billie Holliday, Perry Como, Rita Hayworth, Nat King Cole, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Renato Carasone, Nina Simone, Lena Horne, and many, many more.

The Lone Flower stands apart from the rest with their versatile, vintage, and classy performance.  As with all of the E Three acts, our dedicated team will work diligently with you to create a magical evening full of the songs you want to hear.  Lastly, by staying true to the genres of jazz, swing, the 1930’s – 1950’s, with sound, wardrobe and style, these artists always create a memorable experience.

Watch our teaser video below for several samples of our style.

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Here is a recent review:

” With a love for jazz, swing, and foreign languages, vocalist/bandleader Allyson delivers a performance in numerous languages, and is being hailed as “A female Frank Sinatra.”  With looks like Marilyn Monroe, a warm presence that makes you feel as if her seductive voice has lured you back to the 40′s, and a vocal range that is impressively over 4 octaves, this songbird and her band are sure to please…You will feel as if you have traveled the world in style while listening to them. As the band’s rhythmic beats soar, you will feel this era melt away as you drift into a better time, a softer time when music was hot, the girl singer was beautiful and your soul became one with the music.” – Times Square Chronicles