“Cole Rumbough’s musical charms are a throwback to the good old days of elegance, sophistication, and glamour. Bring out the champagne and caviar and enjoy!” – Two-time Tony award winning actress, Christine Ebersole 

“Cole Rumbough can really sing. It's a pleasure to hear such a young person with an excellent sense of phrasing. He deeply believes in the material he sings and conveys that belief with verve and style. I know that he has a wonderful future ahead of him.” – Peter Duchin, Society bandleader.

“Cole Rumbough is one of the few 22 year olds in the country with a working knowledge of the term ‘white tie.’” – Shannon Donnelly, Palm Beach Daily News Columnist

“Cole Rumbough is nothing short of terrific. When he sings This Could Be The Start Of Something Big, it is a prophetic nod to his future." – Tom Gates, New York editor for Palm Beach Society Magazine

Cole Rumbough is a jazz and cabaret performer dedicating his art to preserving and promoting the romance and songwriting genius of the American Popular Songbook. His main influences are Ella Fitzgerald, Vic Damone, Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Mel Torme, Doris Day, Nat King Cole, Christine Andreas, and Marilyn Maye.

Cole grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut and pursued singing as his passion. In high school, he toured Europe with his church choir and a prestigious national choir called “Sound of America,” made up of 80 of the best high school singers in the country of 2007, representing 45 states. They performed at venues such as Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, St Mark’s Basilica in Venice, and Verona, Italy's coliseum. In the summer of 2012, Cole returned to his church choir as an alumnus to sing at St Peter’s Basilica at The Vatican.

Since discovering jazz as a teenager, Cole Rumbough has performed at many private events and charity galas in New York, the Hamptons and Palm Beach at venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Room, the "21" Club, La Grenouille, Pierre's in Bridgehampton, and Guild Hall in East Hampton. He has performed with the Sarasota Pops Orchestra, Alex Donner, Peter Duchin and Bob Hardwick bands, with Tony nominated actress and cabaret singer, Christine Andreas as well as with Grammy winning jazz pianist, Arturo O'Farill. In August of 2012, Cole was a winner of the Jazz Arts Forum Vocal Competition and performed in the Dobbs Ferry Jazz Festival. He recently graduated from The New School University in Manhattan, with degrees in Jazz Voice and History.

Cole Rumbough performed at the NYC Mission Society’s Bicentennial Gala at The Pierre Hotel with American Idol’s Ray Chew band, and The 56th annual International Red Cross Ball at The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida, with The Peter Duchin Orchestra. Cole made his Metropolitan Room debut in February of 2014 as well as his Cabaret Convention debut the following October at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Hall with the likes of Marilyn Maye and multi-platinum selling artist, Ann Hampton Callaway. Cole's original song, "Awakened," is featured in the 2014 Supernova Media film of the same title. Cole is currently in the second year of his residency at Sirio Maccioni's legendary Le Cirque Cafe.

Watch Cole Rumbough sing "I Don't Know Enough About You" at The Metropolitan Room here.

Watch Cole Rumbough sing "Day In, Day Out" at The Metropolitan Room here.

Watch Cole Rumbough sing "I Don't Want to Live on the Moon" at Birdland here.

Watch Cole Rumbough sing "That Face" at Birdland here.