Please come by Mr. Henry’s, 601 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, D.C., Saturday, October 5, from 8 to 11 p.m.. That’s when I’ll be performing with a fabulous set of collaborators: Chris Grasso on piano, Percy White on bass and Jack Kilby on drums for an evening of jazz, blues and other hard-to-label categories of music. For a hint of what you’ll hear, click here to listen to my recordings and here to watch my videos.
At Mr. Henry’s there is a $15 food and beverage minimum per person (a bargain!). Doors open at 6 p.m. for guests who are interested in the jazz dinner menu (prepared by Chef Thomas Bach). It’s a good idea to make reservations to get a preferred table. Click here or here.
See you on October 5.
Hey, I’m thrilled to be back at Villain & Saint, 7141 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, Md, this time on Sunday, July 22, 8 to 10:30 p.m. And I’m just as excited to be joined there by Chris Grasso on piano, Percy White on bass and Lenny Robinson on drums. It should be a lot of fun.
We’ll be performing Great American Songbook classics, blues tunes and a mixture of more contemporary folk and pop songs put to a jazz groove. For a hint of what you’ll hear, click here to listen to my recordings and here to watch my videos.
At Villain & Saint there will be a $10 cover charge. You can pay at the door or get your tickets in advance by clicking here.
See you on July 22?
For the three people (okay, maybe only two) who might actually check here before heading out to my gig at Twins Jazz in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, November 22, there will now be only one long set, starting at 8 p.m., instead of two.
The other news is that bassist Scott Giambusso will be joining me and Chris Grasso, who is playing piano. It’s a great combination.
Once again, there’s a $10 cover. Bring friends. See you there.
I’ll be back at Twins Jazz in Washington, D.C., for a pre-Thanksgiving affair on Sunday, November 22, with sets at 8 and 10 p.m.
I’m thriled to be singing this time with Chris Grasso, one of the best — and, for that reason, busiest — jazz pianists around. If you come only to hear Chris’ remarkable playing, I guarantee you’ll have an enjoyable evening.
We’ll work our way through an eclectic mix of standard and not-so-standard tunes. For a hint of what you’ll hear, click here to listen to my recordings.
There’s a cover charge of merely $10. Doors open at 7 p.m. The music starts at 8, and then again at 10 p.m. For directions and all-important parking tips, click here.
I hope you can join us.