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We are sold out of advance tickets for Shawn Colvin (2/24 & 2/25), Ferron (2/28), Ms. Lisa Fischer (3/5), Ronnie Gilbert Public Sing (3/20), Indigo Girls (3/22), Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn (3/24), and Cowboy Junkies (4/27). There are tickets available in advance or at the door for all other upcoming shows.
Thursday, January 5, 2012, 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm)Lisa Ferraro, host, Erika Luckett, Tammy Hall, Denise Perrier, Connie Champagne, Faith Winthrop, Branice McKenzie, and Kitt Weagant
$22.50 advance / $24.50 at doorPurchase tickets online
January 05 8:00 pm
Seven superbly talented women, with hearts as big as their voices, band together to raise money for a sister musician impacted by cancer. Don't you dare miss this astounding evening of music when divas Lisa Ferraro, Tammy Hall, Denise Perrier, Connie Champagne, Faith Winthrop, Branice McKenzie, and Kitt Weagant take the stage to raise funds for fellow musician Erika Luckett, who is currently battling ovarian cancer, and The International Center for Integrative Medicine (ICIM). This will help cancer patients to pay for integrative medicine treatments to minimize the negative effects of chemo therapy. Erika will make a special appearance at tonight's show, which also features bassist Ruth Davies, Kent Bryson on drums, Ellen Seeling on Trumpet, and Kristen Strom on sax and flute.
Lisa, the evening's organizer and
host, is a distinctive, soulful jazz vocalist hailing from Pittsburgh,
PA. Singer-songwriter and innovative guitarist, Erika makes music that
lies in a rich crossing between flamenco and folk, jazz and pop, Latin
and soul. A truly versatile pianist, Tammy captivates lovers of jazz,
Brazilian, or classical music with beautifully understated virtuosity.
Blessed with a rich contralto voice, Denise has spent most of her
thirty-year career performing jazz and blues in the San Francisco Bay
Area and touring Europe, Latin America, and Asia. A musical theater
actress specializing in portrayals of Judy Garland, Connie brings
powerful vocals and a larger-than-life stage presence. Since her days as
the house singer at San Francisco's legendary hungry i, Faith has been
an integral thread of the Bay Area's cultural fabric, founding the famed
Glide Memorial choir and teaching at the San Francisco Conservatory of
Music, Mills College, and the Jazzschool, as well as touring the world
performing in her trademark soulful, elegant style. Branice offers an
incredible four-octave voice and magnificent song stylings, as heard on
the theatrical stage and international tours with Harry Belafonte,
Roberta Flack, and Dianne Reeves. A consummate performer, jazz vocalist
Kitt uses her distinctive, sultry purr to embrace her audience in
thrilling warmth and a deep range of emotion. Ruth, on standup bass, and
Kent, on drums, round out this amazing musical lineup.