“He's got it all: the voice, the moves and the quirky self-effacing humor.” –NY Daily News
“Pefect... Passionate, impeccable, and groundbreaking.” –The New York Times
“Dazzlingly entertaining” –Variety
“Refreshing and amusing. His voice is remarkable with extraordinary range.” –Las Vegas Review-Journal
“Jackson's sparkling tenor is surpassed only by his gorgeously rich baritone.” –Orlando Sentinel
Cheyenne Jackson Renaissance
Fresh from his starring role opposite Lady Gaga on American Horror Story, Grammy Award-nominated Cheyenne Jackson brings his radiant personality and stunningly flexible voice to Renaissance, an album adapted and expanded from his solo concert Music of the Mad Men Era, which he has performed alongside some of the leading pops and symphony orchestras in the country. Reviving an oft-forgotten period in America that witnessed both the last gasp of Hollywood's glamorous golden age and the rise of Las Vegas's swinging Rat Pack, Jackson paints a multihued portrait of mid-century masculinity in song. Featuring a 22-piece orchestra and a guest appearance by Tony Award-winner Jane Krakowski, Renaissance includes songs in a wide variety of popular styles of the era – including jazz, bolero, rockabilly and soul – such as "Angel Eyes," "Bésame Mucho," "Somethin' Stupid" and "A Change Is Gonna Come." Hailed as "passionate, impeccable and groundbreaking" by The New York Times and "dazzlingly entertaining" by Variety, Jackson has enjoyed one of the most diverse careers in entertainment as a star of theater, film, television and the concert hall. "Cheyenne Jackson has got it all and he shows it all" (Daily News) on this tour-de-force recording by a master entertainer at the height of his powers.