‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, But Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra Have A New Album Out

As announced at the Glastonbury Festival back in the summer, Jeff Goldblum has a new album out. ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, the follow up to his debut, ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’, is set for release this Friday, November 1.

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Jeff Goldblum And Miley Cyrus Join Forces On New Single, ‘The Thrill Is Gone’, Taken From His Upcoming Album ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’

Always full of surprises, Hollywood icon & jazz pianist Jeff Goldblum today announces he has teamed up with global superstar singer, songwriter and actress Miley Cyrus for his new song, a cover of Chet Baker’s, ‘The Thrill is Gone,’ to be released on November 1. The song features on his new album, ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, the follow-up to his debut, ‘The Capitol Studio Sessions’, which he released last year, along with his long-term band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. The new album will also be released on November 1, through Decca Records.

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‘Straighten Up And Fly Right’: Classic Nat King Cole Track Latest From Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Featuring Imelda May And Till Brönner

With his take on the 1943 Nat King Cole standard, ‘Straighten Up And Fly Right’, Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra have today released the latest track from their upcoming album, ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’. The new single features vocals by Irish singer songwriter Imelda May, as well as German Jazz musician, Till Brönner on trumpet.

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Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra Release First Singles From Debut Jazz Album ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’

Can you *realllly* call yourself a Jeff Goldblum fan if you haven’t until now also realised he’s a proficient jazz pianist and performer?

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Jeff Goldblum Reveals Debut Jazz Album At St Pancras International

Jeff Goldblum, the thinking woman’s pin-up, has set hearts a-flutter today at St Pancras International as he launched his debut jazz album, recorded with his long time band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. Set for release on 9th November, ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’ will combined with two London appearances, on November 17 at Cadogan Hall, and Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club on 22 November.

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