New York-based duo, Matt & Lainie bring together their experiences working in the worlds of jazz, theater, and pop to present unique and beautiful arrangements of beloved standards and contemporary songs.

Their jazz-cabaret show Songbook presents them in a quartet setting, exploring new interpretations of American classics.

Legends of Guitar is a tribute to the great guitarists of the 20th century, including Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Wes Montgomery, and many others.

Lainie Munro is a New York City-based vocalist and actor, who has been featured in the Cameron Macintosh/National Theatre of Great Britain production of My Fair Lady, touring 26 cities throughout the United States, as well as Royal Caribbean International's productions of Saturday Night Fever and Grease. Her regional roles include Velma in Chicago, Helene in Sweet Charity, Kristine in A Chorus Line, and Phyllis in the European tour of 42nd Street. Lainie holds a B.F.A. In Music Theatre from Florida State University, and is a member of Actor's Equity Association and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Union.

Matt Wolfe is a New York-based guitarist, composer, and band-leader whose work has allowed him to travel extensively. He has performed with a host of great talent including Alan Baylock, Gary Williams, Nik Page, Debbie Gravitte, and Brent Barrett among many others. He has performed at 54 Below in New York, Blues Alley and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and played at the Novosibirsk Jazz Festival in Russia. In addition to being a seasoned guitarist, Matt also arranges and composes for jazz and show bands. He holds a Bachelors degree in Music from Shenandoah University, where he studied with Rick Whitehead, Craig Fraedrich, Bob Larson, and Alan Baylock.