Toast of the Town Jazz

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The Toast of the Town jazz ensemble plays bossas, ballads, blues and swing songs from the Great American Songbook. throughout New England. Based in Massachusetts, the jazz ensemble has performed in Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, New York, and New Jersey.

The Toast of the Town jazz ensemble is available for your party, corporate event, or wedding in a variety of settings. You can choose solo or duo performances of jazz or vintage pop for intimate settings or with a full band to dance the night away!

Toast of the Town Jazz Ensemble Testimonials

“Rob Fletcher played at our wedding and made the night a wonderful success. Rob’s ability to transition so easily from upbeat and fun to slow and soulful created exactly the type of atmosphere we were looking for. From the moment the reception began people were feeling good, and Rob had the crowd dancing until the very end – including the grandparents and the kids. Best of all, Rob handled the details so smoothly and professionally that we could simply focus on being with our friends and family. I highly recommend Rob and his music for any wedding or party.”

-Jerry Riverstone

“Adding live jazz music to our reception was a terrific addition to our wedding celebration. Rob Fletcher contributed a nice touch of class to our festivities and filled out the evening’s dinner with a thoughtful mix of great old standards.”

-Chris White & Laurie Siegel

“The music that you played was an underpinning that helped to lay the foundation for the beauty and enchantment we felt on our wedding day.”

– Carol James

Toast of the Town Jaz“Rob Fletcher’s bossa novas transport me from Monday at the office under florescent lights to a candlelit Sunday evening on the porch with a glass of wine. Rob’s music ranges from smoky evening sounds and swinging Sinatra, to down and dirty pop and blues. He’s an entertainer whose wide smile and deep soul seep through every bit of his music.”

– Emily Bundschuh, Assistant Director, Harvard Alumni Association

“Rob Fletcher is an accomplished musician who has shared his impressive talents with our family and adult groups during evening activities.  His music and style are versatile and entertaining.  Rob’s engaging personality can get an entire room full of people to join in singing – even if they don’t usually do so.

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp serves critically/chronically ill children and their families.  During the summer, we welcome over 1000 children who are coping with cancer,  sickle cell, hemophilia, HIV,  and other blood disorders.  In the off-season, we provide respite weekends for our camper families,  parents, and health care professionals.  In addition, we provide a weekend for young adult cancer survivors, as well as an alumni camper reunion weekend and bereavement weekends.

It has been a great pleasure to work with Rob.  His warm, caring, easy-going personality is a tremendous asset in our programs which bring together such diverse groups of people.  His skills and talents enhance every retreat with which he has assisted.  We call him our “Renaissance Man”!

Rob Fletcher has been an integral part of our off-season programs since the spring of 1999.  He is a talented, caring, enthusiastic, fun-loving person who has enriched our programs in a number of ways.”

-Karen Allen, Director of Community and Family Research, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

“On behalf of the staff and management of the MIT Endicott House, I am writing to thank you for helping make our client Holiday Party such a resounding success.

The ambience of the restaurant blended very well with the Frank Sinatra theme.  We felt it was a nice compliment to the overall festivities of the evening.

In addition, I must compliment you on the ease with which you mingled with our guests. It has been a pleasure working with you, and I wish you much success.”

-Rose Consigli, MIT Endicott House Conference Center

Toast of the Town Jazz Ensemble Song List

All of Me

All the Things You Are

Almost Like Being in Love

Angel Eyes

April in Paris

As Time Goes By

Autumn Leaves

Baby It’s Cold Outside

Beautiful Love

Besame Mucho

Beyond the Sea

Black Orpheus (Day in Life Fool)

Blue Moon

Blue Room

Blue Skies


Born to Be Blue

Brother Can You Spare a Dime

But Not For Me

Canadian Sunset


Cheek to Cheek

Close to You (They Long to Be)

Come Fly With Me

Come Rain or Come Shine

Days of Wine and Roses

Dearly Beloved

Deep Purple


Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

Easy Living

Feel Like Making Love

Flower is a Lovesome Thing

Fly Me to the Moon

Foggy Day

Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good to You


Girl from Ipanema

Have You Met Miss Jones

Honeysuckle Rose/Scrapple Apple

How About You

How Insensitive

Hucklebuck, The

I Can’t Give You Anything But Love

I Get a Kick Out of You

I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart

I Remember You

I Thought About You

I’ll Never Fall in Love Again

I’m Beginning to See the Light

I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm

I’ve Got the World On a String

Indiana/Tattooed Lady

In the Wee Small Hours

Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby

It Could Happen To You

It’s a Lovely Day Today

It’s Been a Long, Long Time

Java Jive

Jump Jive and Wail

Just the Two of Us

Just the Way You Are

La Vie en Rose

Lady Is a Tramp

Lazy River

Let’s Get Lost

Let’s Stay Together

Little Old Lady

Look of Love

Love Letters

Love Me or Leave Me


Memphis in June


Mood Indigo

Moon and Sand

Moon River


Moonlight in Vermont

My Blue Heaven

My Favorite Things

My Funny Valentine

My Romance

Nearness of You

Night and Day

Old Cape Cod

On Green Dolphin Street

On the Sunny Side of the Street

Once I Loved

One Note Samba/Spanish Flea

Our Love is Here to Stay

Out of Nowhere

Pennies From Heaven

Please Send Me Someone to Love

Polka Dots and Moonbeams

Pure Imagination

Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)

Rainbow Connection

Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head

Red Sails in the Sunset

Route 66

Russian Lullaby

Satin Doll

Second Time Around

Seems Like Old Times

Sentimental Journey

Shadow of Your Smile

So Danco Samba/A Train

Some Other Time

Somethin’ Stupid

Stars Fell On Alabama

Stella by Starlight

Stormy Weather

Strangers in the Night

Summer Wind


Sweet Georgia Brown

That’s Life

There Is No Greater Love

There Will Never Be Another You

They Can’t Take That Away From Me

This Can’t Be Love

This Guy’s in Love With You

Time After Time

Tonight You Belong to Me


Tuxedo Junction

Under Paris Skies


Very Thought of You


Way You Look Tonight

We Have All the Time in the World

We’ll Be Together Again

What a Wonderful World

What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve

What Is This Thing Called Love

What’ll I Do

When I Fall in Love

When You Wish Upon a Star

Where or When

Whisper Not

Whispering/Groovin’ High


Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams

You Are the Sunshine of My Life

You Are Too Beautiful

You Brought a New Kind of Love To Me

You Make Me Feel So Young

Young at Heart