In the wide world of operatic tenor sports, Nathan Granner looms large. Carnegie Hall, the Music Hall – perfect fits. Granner has both the chops and the cred. No assembly required.
Which brings us to Granner’s quirky side.
Equal parts geek and musical adventurer, wedded to a wickedly inane sense of humor.
At this stage of Granner’s game he’s no less comfortable doing Frank Sinatra-as-Journey than he is belting out straight down the line versions of “Music of the Night.”
Which brings us to his two-day hit-and-run at Jardine’s next week…
On Tuesday Granner will lay down a “post-modern” version of