Music tells a story
Treasured across the pond as having a voice of Sinatra, it is not only the Brits who have fallen under the spell of Vince Eury's voice. Vince is a quintessential smooth jazz vocalist with a mesmerizing sound. If his voice were a fine wine, it would be a 1947 vintage LaFleur Bordeaux. He brings romance to a love story and peace to an evening at home. It was legendary jazz artist, Clay Osborne (brother to R&B great, Jeffrey Osborne), who said "[Vince Eury has] the voice we’ve been longing for.”
Vince brings his life and heart to his music -- including all the victories and even the defeats. At times, that pain is palpable through his deep vocals, but so too is reality, which is why audiences find themselves connecting to his music on a very personal level. Loss is not what tells Vince's story, however. It is his resilience. And, now, after years of dividing his passion for music with being a dutiful man, he is embarking on a new season of life and fully surrendering himself to his one true love of performing jazz.
Widely recognized in Washington, D.C. for his jazz vocals, Vince was handpicked to perform in President Barack Obama's We Are One Inauguration Concert, where he shared a stage at Lincoln Memorial with such icons as Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, and Jamie Foxx.
As a young man, Vince was most influenced by the late Johnny Hartman (who has the distinction of being the only vocalist to ever record with John Coltrane). Vince went on to serve as lead vocalist for the Navy Band of Newport, RI; and while serving in the Navy, he and the Band were showcased across America and in Canada and Iceland.
Vince is proud alumni member of the internationally celebrated and award-winning gospel choir Patrick Lundy & The Ministers of Music. During his four-year tenure, he was the background vocalist to music industry phenoms such as BeBe Winans, Kirk Whalum, and Lady Tramaine Hawkins and performed at the renowned John F. Kennedy Center, Howard Theatre, and the White House. Vince now performs annually with “The Artist Choir”, joining some of DMV’s most prestigious vocalists and arrangers. The Artist Choir is under the direction of Roderick Giles.
Since deciding to pursue his music fulltime, Vince has released four new singles, one of which - "The Nearness of You" – was selected for the soundtrack of The Serial Cheater, a web series by Silk White.
Vince is originally from North Carolina and lives just outside of Washington, DC.
Vince Eury's singles are available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, and Spotify. Check out his latest singles:
- “In the Wee Small Hours of The Morning"
- “I See Your Face Before Me"
- "The Nearness of You"
- Autumn Serenade