|Reeves sang with the Classic Big Band on Veteran's Day 2000.||Reeves sang "Come Fly with Me" at the July 29, 2003, Roseville Big Band concert.|
|Reeves took a break before the Classic Big Band's performance at the Richfield Legion, September 12, 2002.||Reeves belted out the shout chorus of "It Had to Be You" at the Commemorative Air Force Dance, September 21, 2002.|
Reeves is an active vocalist in the Twin Cities. In addition to his appearances with the Roseville Big Band, he has sung tenor with the Nostalgics and the Classic Big Band since 1995. He has also been part of the Minnesota Zephyr cabaret since 1997, and sings in Reminisce, a vocal trio (with or without accompaniment) that started as a spin-off of the Zephyr cabaret. He also sometimes performs in cabaret-style shows with Diane Brostrom.
Reeves also sings with a six-piece group (four instrumentalists and two vocalists), Sentimental Swing.
Performing gospel music, he has been a member of the Metropolitan Male Chorus of Minnesota since 1993.
Reeves also sings with the Chamberlain Big Band.
In the 70's and early 80's, Reeves spent eleven years singing in night clubs, mostly in the Twin Cities but also in New York City. You may have heard him performing with Crosswind, a five-piece jazz-lounge group, or Cloudburst, a five-piece group, at Sadie's Parlor and up and down the strip.
You might also have seen some of Reeves' earlier cabaret performances, at the Phoenix Theater, the Black Box Theater, and the Bryant Lake Bowl, including a memorable characterization of "The Autumn Reeves".
Reeves and Dan Odegaard formed DORC Music to produce the Classic Big Band's first CD, Sing It! Swing It!.
Reeves performed with the Roseville Big Band at the Fall, 2002, Commemorative Air Force dance and the July 29, 2003, concert in Central Park. On the latter, he was featured on "Come Fly with Me" and "I Won't Last a Day Without You". He also joined Karen Dunn, Barb Harvey, and Glen Newton to form a vocal quartet that sang "Somebody Loves Me", "Moon River", and "Blue Skies" and joined in on the choruses of "Y.M.C.A."