Treble on the L
Venus Cabaret Theater
3745 North Southport Ave, 4-4:30pm
Rogers Park Social
6920 N Glenwood Ave, 8-10pm
O’Brien’s Riverwalk Cafe
45 E Riverwalk St, 5-8pm
Hilton Chicago Oak Brook Hills Resort
3500 Midwest Rd, Oak Brook, IL, 7-10pm
55 E Pearson St, 5-7pm
WHAT WE do
Chicago-based duo Treble on the L is headed by Leryn Turlington and Aaron M. Davidson. Aaron and Leryn met in a play and discovered their shared love of the original ‘cocktail hour music.’
Treble on the L showcases jazz music that stands the test of time with a ‘devil may care’ attitude, playful lyrics, and toe-tapping melodies.
Aaron’s style is a mixture of jazz and pop, with a belief that all the rules can be broken while still letting the songs always speak for themselves. Leryn’s sultry vocals balance power and sensitivity meant for the style. Together they approach the music with the ease of a slowly sipped Manhattan, the slow burn of a rye, and the playful anticipation of getting caught.
Whether playing at jazz clubs, house parties, weddings, corporate events, or everything in between, and with sets ranging from 20 minutes to two hours, Treble on the L has everything you need to make a special evening.
WHO WE ARE…
Leryn Turlington is a proud Florida State University graduate from Orlando, FL with a strong background in classical, jazz, pop, choral and musical theatre voice. In her four years as a Chicago-based actor she has performed at the Paramount Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, Marriott Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Writers Theatre, Mercury Theater and Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre as well as two solo cabarets at Davenport's Piano Bar. She is represented by the lovely and fabulous agents at Stewart Talent and a proud member of the Actor's Equity Association! Currently Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre.
As a pianist and vocalist Aaron has played solo and with bands nationally and internationally including at the Sundance Festival. Primarily a jazz style musician, he served for close to two years as the resident musician at Room 13, one of Chicago’s only true hidden speakeasies. He plays with the Chicago Cabaret Project, spent three years as a member of The Four C-Notes: recreating the music of Frankie Valli, toured with the Latshaw Pops Orchestra, and recently composed his first original TYA musical, Watercolors, Which is currently being developed under a grant from the city of Chicago. Aaron is also an actor and a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association and has performed in theaters in Chicago, and around the country.