Nihon of My Dreams

Andy LaVerne

Pianist, vocalist, and song writer June Tan Lee’s “Nihon of my Dreams” is a delightful and varied musical journey. Her companions on the CD enhance June’s many talents, while exhibiting a high level of musicianship. I’m confident that Bill Evans would have been thrilled with June’s heartfelt lyrics and rendition of Bill’s Hit Tune, one of the many highlights of the almost dozen musical offerings. Can’t wait to hear what June dreams up next!

Andy LaVernejazz pianist, composer, arranger & educator

Promotional Videos

Sample Promotional Music

Walking after midnight (Jan 2008)


Words & Music – Alan Block & Don Hecht
Vocals & piano – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Violin – Nizam Attan, Drums – Shaun Yazeed

Have I told you lately that I love you (Mar 2008)

Words & Music by Rod Stewart
Vocals & piano – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Drums – Shaun Yazeed
Arranged by Prof. Hanafie Imam

Night & Day (Jan 2008)

Words & Music – Cole Porter
Vocals & piano – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Violin – Nizam Attan, Drums – Shaun Yazeed

Cheek to Cheek (2007)

Words & Music – Irving Berlin
Vocals & Yamaha S30 keyboard – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Guitar – Joe Ngau, Violin – Nizam Attan, Drums – Shaun Yazeed

Close to you

Words & Music – Richard Carpenter
Vocals & Yamaha S30 keyboard – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Guitar – Joe Ngau, Violin – Nizam Attan, Drums – Shaun Yazeed
Arranged by Prof. Hanafie Imam

Summertime (Mar 2008)

Vocals & bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam, Piano – June Tan Drums – Shaun Yazeed
Arranged by Prof. Hanafie Imam

Sweet By & By (2006)

Words – Sanford F. Bennett, Music – Joseph P. Webster
Steinway piano* – June Tan

No more blues (2005) (live recording)

Words – Jon Hendricks & Jessie Cavanaugh, Music – Antonio Carlos Jobim
Vocals & Roland keyboard – June Tan, Bass – Suro Ahmadi @ Roger, Drums – Suro Rahman, Conga – Vincent Chin

What a Friend (2007)

Words – Joseph Scriven, Music – Charles C. Converse
Steinway piano (dubbed) – June Tan Reharmonised by Jason Voo

Where is the key (2006)

Composer unknown
Vocals & Steinway piano* – June Tan

Them there eyes (2007)

Words & Music – Pinkard, Tracy & Tauber
Vocals & Steinway piano – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Drums – Shaun Yazeed

The way you look tonight (2005) (live recording)

Words – Dorothy Fields, Music – Jerome Kern
Vocals & Kurzweil keyboard – June Tan, Flute – Vincent Chin

My aphrodisiac is you (2007)

Words & Music – Mike Batt
Vocals & Yamaha S30 keyboard – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Guitar – Joe Ngau, Violin – Nizam Attan, Drums – Shaun Yazeed

Pour Un Flirt (2006)

Words – Roland Vincent, Music – Michel Delpech
Vocals & Steinway piano* – June Tan

St. Louis Blues (Mar 2008)

Word & Music by William Christopher Handy
Vocals & piano – June Tan, Bass – Prof. Hanafie Imam Drums – Shaun Yazeed

I still call Australia home (2006)

Words & Music – Peter Allen
Vocals & Steinway piano* – June Tan

Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (2005)

Words & Music – Osvaldo Farres
Vocals & Kurzweil keyboard – June Tan, Conga – Vincent Chin

Let’s fall in love (2005) (live recording)

Words – Ted Koehler, Music – Harold Arlen
Vocals & Kurzweil Keyboard – June Tan, Saxophone – Vincent Chin

Do that to me one more time (2001)

Words & Music – Toni Tenille
Vocals & Yamaha Clavinova – June Tan