Kim Nalley & Tammy Hall Pay Respect to Aretha Franklin

dynamic duo explores the music of The Queen of Soul

Kim Nalley & Tammy Hall Pay Respect to Aretha Franklin

Jeff Chambers, Kent Bryson

Sunday, November 25th

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$24 ADV / $28 DOOR (plus fees)

  • All tickets are subject to an additional $4 per ticket facility fee.

Kim Nalley & Tammy Hall Pay Respect to Aretha Franklin
Kim Nalley & Tammy Hall Pay Respect to Aretha Franklin
This Thanksgiving Sunday concert features the dynamic duo of Tammy Hall (piano) and Kim Nalley (vocals) in an exploration of the music of Aretha Franklin. Tammy and Kim will also perform three audience requests, one each in gratitude for the three people who have given the most to a community, organization, or person this year. Submit your receipt for your donation (and/or story) in person at the concert or at https://www.kimnalley.com/contact

Jeff Chambers - Bass
Kent Bryson - Drums


Tammy Hall Website
Kim Nalley Website
Jeff Chambers
Jeff Chambers
A talented and versatile bassist, Jeff Chambers is known for his impeccable timing, dynamic rhythms and improvisational dexterity. Chambers musical style is both lyrical and playful. With his distinct touch, smooth sound and innovative sensibility he travels the vast tradition of rhythm-fueled bass playing, skillfully referencing his predecessors while exploring new musical territory.

Chambers masterfully breaks the conventionally accepted boundaries of his instrument and forges new melodic possibilities. According to San Francisco Chronicle music critic Phil Elwood, "Jeff Chambers makes playing upright bass look and sound so easy with his rhythmic sense and melodic vocabulary."
Kent Bryson
Kent Bryson
Drummer Kent Bryson is a Bay Area native. He has performed at numerous Jazz and Blues festivals throughout the US, Canada, Italy. Germany and Japan. A busy sideman, he works frequently with Jazz, Blues, R & B, and show artists. He appears regularly at Jazz at Pearl's with vocalist Kim Nalley and other Bay Area favorites, as well as national artists such as Houston Person, David "Fathead" Newman, Ernestine Anderson, and Plas Johnson.