Chicago based vocalist/composer/bandleader Erin McDougald is bi-costal in her club and concert hall appearances, featuring on stage or in the recording studio some of the most prolific names in jazz today. Chicago Music Guide lauds McDougald's "evocative artistry" which will be prevalent in her July 11th tribute to Frank Sinatra's Centennial in her concert entitled "This Side of Sinatra" at the famed 54 Below Supper-club in NYC. The concert will present songs Old Blue Eyes made famous with McDougald craftily engaging her own definitive modern jazz elocution. Of note is her hauntingly insightful rendition of "It Was a Very Good Year" and her rhythmically emotive cha-cha infused "Angel Eyes". Her multi-octave elastic vocal range and chameleon-like phrasing has been praised by Jazz Improv as "a rare instrument to be savored: sweet and spicy in equal measure... worldly, thrilling, [and] positively mercurial".