Considered the last of the traditional "saloon singer," American Steve Ross will perform the show "Night And Day" on Friday and Saturday at Club A at the Sheraton Sao Paulo WTC Hotel in Sao Paulo.

* "I love the Brazilian public, it’s warmer than the American. In New York, people are very quiet.On the other hand, here the audience sings along if they like the music, and it doesn’t bother me," he said in an interview with Glamurama. In the repertoire? Classics of Cole Porter, Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Noel Coward, among others. "I’ll also sing a new song in bossa nova style and in Portuguese."

* Another highlight will be an instrumental medley in tribute to Edith Piaf, with songs like "Je Ne Regrette Rien," "La Vien en Rose", "Padam Padan" and "Milord", played on the piano. The musician also told us that he love, in addition to bossa nova, Brazilian composers such as Ernesto Nazareth and Noel Rosa.

Steve Ross: concerts in Sao Paulo