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Win Gracie Terzian’s debut EP “Saints and Poets”

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There is something very special about Gracie Terzian. She has the ability to take you back to an era where it would be ok to have a scotch on the rocks at two in the afternoon on a Tuesday. Her songs guide you and her voice is a smooth as the spirits in your glass.

Image via Gracie Terzian

I was lucky enough to see Miss Terzian a few weeks at the amazing new jazz venue Club Bonafide. The space is wonderful because there is a rotating group of talent throughout the night, each spectacular in their own unique sounds.

Gracie stood out not only because of her fiery red locks but because she and her band have the essence of a something retro. She could be included on a Mad Men soundtrack and no one would know the difference. This Virginia/DC native came to New York to leave her mark and has certainly done so with her “Saints and Poets” EP. The album she wrote and produced herself and even charted in the top three of Jazz albums on iTunes when it debuted in May.

Image via Gracie Terzian

As a songwriter she is both playful and sultry. Her lyrics have sophistication but are not lacking in humor or charm. Gracie is able to shape each song into something new but also familiar, creating the perfect balance of modern and vintage.  

Take a chance on the romance of jazz and give Gracie and her band a try. Pick up her album on iTunes, or giver her a listen on Spotify. But the best way to experience this delightful chanteuse is live. She shines with every soulful note that she hits with heart and precision.

Image via Gracie Terzian

She is currently in a residency with Bar Hugo and plays on Mondays (Starting back up October 5th) from 6pm-8pm. Nestled in Soho on Greenwich and Vandam the bar sits on the roof of the Hotel Hugo. As we are well in the mist of an Indian summer I can think of no better way than to spend the remainder of our long days with a cool breeze and some hot jazz.

Follow Gracie’s upcoming shows and music through her Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Share for a chance to win a copy of “Saints and Poets”. Winner will be chosen at random.



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Southern hospitality mixed with Northern sensibility. This native Charlestonian is one quirky hobby away from becoming a Wes Anderson character. Fluent in Jack Russell and Sportsball. She can be found perusing your local comic/coffee shops. She is the Managing Editor of BAS-NYC.