In her soulful, romantic, and timeless new show, Carly Robyn Green brings audiences back to the golden age of love songs. Often compared to a young Natalie Cole, she shares her fresh takes on American Songbook standards made famous by icons like Doris Day, Frank Sinatra, and Peggy Lee, and she offers unique renditions of contemporary classics by songwriters who inspire her, like Burt Bacharach and Carole King. Carly also introduces audiences to original love songs from her collaboration with Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn – including her breakout single, "What Love is All About." Merging warm, nuanced, sensitive, powerhouse vocals, with memorable melodies, meaningful lyrics, and contemporary arrangements, Carly Robyn Green - and her six-piece rhythm and horn section - re-imagine the traditional love song for adult-contemporary and smooth jazz audiences.




Hailed by AOL Music News as "the female Michael Buble," BMG modern adult-contemporary / smooth jazz recording artist and songwriter Carly Robyn Green has a career that spans the worlds of television, film, radio, and concert halls throughout the country. She has performed at venues including Madison Square Garden, The Staples Center, The Saban Theatre, The Pantages Theater, The El Rey, The Yost Theater, Citizens Bank Park, and The Tropicana Hotel & Casino, at Sundance Film Festival, and at iconic jazz clubs like Herb Alpert's Vibrato, Dave Koz's Spaghettini, and Catalina Jazz Club in Los Angeles and Feinstein's/54 Below and B.B. King's in NYC. Carly took the Grammy stage backing up Cee Lo Green at the Grammy Awards, she sang at a 2018 Grammy event honoring Dionne Warwick, and she has opened for Wayne Newton, Buddy Guy, Keiko Matsui, Chris Brown, and Matisyahu, toured with O-Town, sung alongside Deborah Cox and Michael Lington and performed for MTV's Rock the Vote.

Carly's original songwriting and recording collaborations with Oscar, Grammy, and Tony Award winning co-writers/producers have been featured in over 150 television shows, including 30 Rock (NBC), Scandal (ABC), Dance Moms (Lifetime), Hung (HBO), The Young & The Restless (CBS), Real Housewives (BRAVO), Beauty & the Beast (The CW), Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!), One Life to Live (ABC), Fashion Star (NBC), Degrassi (Teen Nick), Say Yes to the Dress (TLC), The Real L Word (Showtime), and many shows and films on Hallmark, OWN, BET, HGTV, Telemundo, The Disney Channel, Fox, Style, VH1, and Oxygen.