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A veteran in the music and entertainment world, recording artist Laura Bryna is making quite a splash on the jazz scene. Recently collaborating with producer Robb Boldt (Fergie, Paula Abdul), Bryna's new sound is a jazzier, bluesier style that she's getting ready to show the world. Sunday night, Bryna gave her first jazz performance at Herb Alpert's renowned Vibrato Grill Jazz to a packed house filled with jazz enthusiasts, plus a few notables like "Mad Men's" Ben Feldman and the legendary Tom Jones. The first in her upcoming jazz performance series at the Venetian in Las Vegas, Bryna performed classics like "Big Spender" and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" backed by a band of seasoned instrumentalists. While on stage, Wounded in Action Family Foundation (WIAFF) CEO Warren Elliot announced that Bryna would be the new co-national spokesperson for the organization. She received the honor for her commitment to WIAFF and outstanding work in military philanthropy and was presented with an American flag flown from the US Army base in Afghanistan to commemorate the occasion. Keep clicking through the slideshow for a look inside the exciting night and visit our photo gallery for complete coverage. Ben Feldman, Michelle Feldman, Laura Bryna, Tom Jones
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