Jazz in the Foyer - presented by Gualala Arts
Jamie Davis, vocals, Larry Vuckovich, piano, Doug Miller, bass
Global Harmony and Fred Adler Present an Evening of Jazz in the Foyer
New Date, Saturday, February 22, 2020, 6:30pm
Gualala Arts Center Elaine Jacob Foyer
Global Harmony and Fred Adler present Jazz In the Foyer featuring Jamie Davis, vocalist on the Grammy-nominated album All About That Basie, accompanied by Larry Vuckovich, piano, and Doug Miller, bass.
Adler added I am grateful to have the opportunity to present three captivating and unique world class jazz talents in the intimate setting of the Elaine Jacob Foyer, for the third annual Jazz in the Autumn concert.
Classic vocalist Jamie Davis is one of the few jazz bass baritone rich voices performing today. His sound evokes the timeless timbres of historic singers such as Billy Eckstine, Joe Williams (famous with the Count Basie band) and also the revered entertainer Lou Rawls.
Davis will be joined by the consummate accompaniment of world acclaimed pianist Larry Vuckovich. Both performers are music masters who have recently sold out shows at such prestigious Bay Area venues as Oaklands Yoshis and Woodsides elegant Filoli near the peninsula.
Larry will also treat the audience to solo piano gems from his repertoire of enchanting lyrical piano favorites.
Doug Miller has been a stellar musician in Seattle, New York, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Following in the footsteps of bass-great Ray Brown Miller has studied with John Clayton, and played with Ken Cook, Benny Green, Akira Tana, Peter Horvath, Michael Wolff and others. Miller is a superb bassist.
Beer and wine will be available at the no-host bar.
I promise that this will be another historic, intimate and stellar jazz concert at Gualala Arts Center. Fred Adler, KTDE, 100.5 FM
Tickets are $29 advance, $5 more day of performance.
To purchase in person, visit the Gualala Arts Center or Dolphin Gallery in Gualala.
Gualala Arts Center (View)
46501 Old State Hwy
Gualala, CA 95445
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