Standard Time Trio Resume

      Standard Time Trio musicians have been delighting audiences worldwide for over 15 years. As a requested band aboard Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Carnival, Holland American, and Princess Cruise Lines, as well as the exclusive ship, The World. With an extensive, international, and multi-lingual repertoire, this interactive band has performed on three continents to enthusiastic audiences who appreciate solid dance and listening music for intimate lounges.

Nancy Soulé is a vocalist with an extensive repertoire covering jazz, country, blues, soul, R&B, and pop. She has entertained since age 5, and with her history in theater, she has performed with numerous bands. She created and performed two custom shows for NAMM called "Shades of Blues", and "The Magic of Motown." She brings her own dynamic personality to her vocal expertise and her audience interaction. She adds her winning smile to her songs in French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Mandarin, and delights audiences of many countries. A guest commented that "she brings you melodies so warm you want to swim in them with her soulful and rich voice..." And then she adds a joyful personality and loads of sincere musical enthusiasm to the mix.

Bruce Fernandes is an exceptionally gifted pianist who also plays key bass on a separate controller - a master multi-tasker who has been delighting audiences for decades with his amazing musical talents and mastery of the multiple keyboards. With his extensive repertoire, his nimble right hand dances over all 88 keys while holding down a powerful and creative bass line with the left for a mellow groove that delights and inspires. He is the solid core of the band and his instrumental creativity knows no bounds.

Andrew Moss has been a drummer with bands of all kinds, and is a versatile musician who can handle anything from the hardest rock & roll to the mellowest jazz. He also contributes his charming baritone vocal talents to the mix with his stirring renditions of Johnny Cash and Elvis to change up the mood. A native of Coventry, U.K., he now resides in Montreal, Canada. Between his fluency in French, his British accent, his background in aeronautical engineering, and his stories of the numerous famous players with whom he has had the pleasure to play, he adds his own element of delightful British humor.

Updated:  January 5, 2017

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