CONNIE PETRUK BIO:

Connie Lynn Petruk, is a professional singer living in New York City . She has worked closely with David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Perry Farrell, Moby, Joan Jett, Ian Hunter, Ronnie Spector, Sarah Brightman and many other world famous performers. Connie Lynn was featured on Comedy Central's TV special “Night of Too Many Stars.” She has performed on NBC's “Last Call with Carson Daly,” on CBS television's “The Early Show,” and on CNN's “American Morning” with Paula Zahn. Connie was also a singing-cast member on the ABC television series “My Kind Of Town,” and her voice has been featured in many films and TV shows including Comedy Central's “The Daily Show,” The Dustin Hoffman Film “Last Chance Harvey,” The Travel Channel's “No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain,” the HBO original series “Bored To Death,” the feature films “Jawbreaker,” and “Geoffrey,” to name a few. She is a featured cast member in New York 's long running nightlife institution “The Losers Lounge,” with whom she has been performing for over ten years, including shows at Lincoln Center , Mass Moca, The Box and many other prestigious venues. Connie also played the role of “Katie” in the off Broadway production of “People Are Wrong” (the Vineyard Theater), and she contributed vocals to Theaterworks USA 's production of Romeo and Juliet. But the most important and personal aspects of Connie Lynn Petruk's exciting career, are her show-stopping performances as the lead singer for her own band The Tall Pines. Connie and The Tall Pines have been praised by National Public Radio (Top Ten Best CDs of 2007), and iTunes (New and Noteworthy summer 2009), as well as many other publications. Connie continues to seek out new challenges and adventures as a singer and performer.