Blaire Reinhard

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Blaire Reinhard performing in Highland Park, NJ. Photo by Larry Pickover, 2007.
The Blaire Reinhard Band
Origin Hoboken, New Jersey, USA
Genres Rock, Pop
Years active 2008 - present
Labels Unsigned
Website www.blaireband.com

Blaire Reinhard is a singer, pianist, and songwriter from Morristown, New Jersey. She is the granddaughter of trumpet player and Tonight Show bandleader Doc Severinsen.[1] On September 7, 2012, her single "No Nothing" with Curtis & Reinhard reached #92 on the iTunes US Pop Music Chart.[2]

Live Performances[edit]

Blaire has performed in choral programs at venues like Carnegie Hall and Notre Dame de Paris, and as a featured soloist with the Minnesota Orchestra singing original music arranged for big band, orchestra, and choir.[3] Blaire also regularly performs with The Blaire Reinhard Band ("The BRB"), Curtis & Reinhard ("C&R"), and other groups in and around New York City.[4] The BRB has opened for national artists such as Pete Francis of Dispatch, Kenny Loggins, the Gin Blossoms, Paul Rodgers of Bad Company, Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, the Pat McGee Band, and Blessid Union of Souls.[5] They have been joined onstage by harmonica virtuoso John Popper of Blues Traveler[6] and have jammed with guitar-tapping legend Stanley Jordan.

TV & Film[edit]

Blaire's music and voice have appeared in television shows (e.g., So You Think You Can Dance, Dance Moms, Lincoln Heights theme song, Felicity, Over There, The Black Donnellys, Army Wives, The Young and the Restless, and the MTV microseries Fresh Takes starring Alicia Keys and Nick Lachey),[7] feature films (e.g., The Namesake, Step Up, The Merry Gentleman, and Cow Belles),[8] radio and cable broadcasts,[9][10][11] and other media (e.g., Pink Together breast cancer awareness campaign).[12]

Discography[edit]

  • At The Pigeon Club (2012, Curtis & Reinhard debut album)
  • Concert For Lauren (2010, Blaire Reinhard Band live album)
  • Steps On The Ceiling (2009, Blaire Reinhard Band debut album)
  • Somewhere in Between (2005, solo album)
  • Tangled (2004, The Sil'hooettes a cappella album, feat. Blaire as music director, soloist, and award-winning arranger)
  • Merry Christmas From Doc Severinsen and The Tonight Show Orchestra (1991, feat. Blaire as soloist on "Silent Night")

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