October 5, 8-11pm
$13 Advance General Admission
$15 Night of Show
$23 Exclusive Reserved Front Table Seat (must purchase entire table, includes admission)
One Drink Minimum
21+ unless prior arrangements are made
Ticket Prices include Late Night Session
Vocals: Typhanie Monique
Drums & Percussion: Dana Hall
Guitar: Lee Rothenberg
Bass: Dennis Carroll
A native of Stevens Point, WI, Typhanie is a performer, educator and recording artist whose three critically acclaimed, independently produced albums have captured the ears of Chicago Tribune jazz critic Howard Reich and thousands of dedicated fans. She has shared the stage and recorded with jazzs elite, including Joe Lovano, Chris Potter, The Manhattan Transfer, Mavis Staples, Joel Frahm, Ken Peplowski, Victor Goines, Tony Monaco, Tom Kennedy, Dana Hall, and Ernie Adams. Her working quartet consists of Ben Lewis, Joshua Ramos, Dana Hall and Greg Artry.
A bold and engaging performer who exudes an aura of warmth, soul and charisma, Typhanies daring rhythmic ideas and unique improvisatory delivery place her in an elite class of vocalists. Equally at home with jazz, improvisation, pop, funk and R&B, she confidently defies any categorization whatsoever.
Typhanies long-awaited album CALL IT MAGIC reflects her focused passion as a vocalist and her hard-won maturity as a human being. Envisioned as a conversation and a journey, the album pairs jazz and pop standards with originals penned by Typhanie in a call-and-response of hard-hitting emotion and thoughtful reflection. Over the course of 10 tracks,Typhanie reveals her vocal depth and versatility as she transports listeners down the rough roads of love, struggle, heartbreak, acceptance and rebirth.
Featuring guest contributions from clarinetists Ken Peplowski and Victor Goines, B-3 organist Tony Monaco and tenor saxophonist Joel Frahm, CALL IT MAGIC was made with Grammy-recognized producer Jeff Levenson.
An in-demand educator and vocal coach, Monique served on the adjudication panel of the 2015 Thelonious Monk Vocal Jazz Competition. She has studied privately with leg- endary vocalists Bobby McFerrin, Shelia Jordan and the late Mark Murphy, and consid- ers herself a lifelong student of the art of singing.
Monique has never lacked for stage presence or vocal audacity. [The substantive scat singing she produced, the luscious lyric lines she unfolded and the ferocious rhythmic drive attested to the increasing stylistic breadth of her art. Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune
This is an album thats been yearsheck, decadesin the making. Its where the road has taken her, and its a beautiful spot to take in the view. Its music made with great thought, even more care and, yes, a little magic. Thats the artistry of Typhanie Monique. Frank Alkyer, DownBeat
The Jazz Estate (View)
2423 N Murray Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|