Heads turn and conversations are hushed whenever Cole Rumbough sits in at in Hamptons music venues. It’s hard to believe that someone so young can sing with such a polished, mellifluous sound. Cole discovered jazz as a teenager, when he became captivated by Ella Fitzgerald, Vic Damone, and Mel Torme. During that time, he was also singing in his church and school choirs, with whom he toured Europe, and performed in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Westminster Abbey in London, St Mark's Basilica in Venice, and St Peter's Basilica at The Vatican. Cole is currently a college senior, studying Jazz Voice at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in Manhattan. He has appeared at private events at the "21" Club, Birdland Jazz Club, The Maidstone Club and La Grenouille restaurant and with society bandleader Peter Duchin. His new show, "Around the World in 80 Days" is a journey of songs and anecdotes of his travels around the world. The archive bldg. is an intimate, resonant space with a jazz speak-easy ambiance, conveniently located just east of the monument with on site parking. “Cole Rumbough … elegance, sophistication … Bring out the champagne!” - Tony award winning actress, Christine Ebersole.