Tomorrow night at 8:00pm, I’m performing Dan Loomis’ Jobs Trials at Ibeam in Brooklyn. This music is based on the bible’s Book of Job. There are great musicians performing alongside with me. A wonderful singer out on the scene from Korea, Songyi Jeon, great guitarist, Jeff Miles, Nathan Ellman-Bell on drums (where did this guy… Continue reading Dan Loomis: Jobs Trials
Category: Upcoming shows
Ten Days Till Carnegie Hall
I still can’t believe that in 10 days I will be on stage at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall singing. Ok, I have been blessed before and I have sung at Carnegie Hall in 2015 and 2014 but you see, it still blows me away every time I think about it. I have had my… Continue reading Ten Days Till Carnegie Hall
I Am Playing Carnegie Hall!
The title says it all folks. I am playing Carnegie Hall on March 25th, 8:00pm at the Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall. Can I tell you that I’m excited? I am excited!! I hope you buy a ticket cause it’s going to be a blast! See you in two weeks! Buy tickets here
Shows To Check Out Before 2014 Ends!
We are coming into our last two weeks of 2014 (holy crap!) There are some great performances that I highly recommend you all to go see. Wednesday, December 17, 2014 8:30pm Jesse Stacken‘s Helleborus CD Release Concert Jesse Stacken – piano and compositions Tony Malaby – saxophone Sean Conly – bass Tom Rainey – drums… Continue reading Shows To Check Out Before 2014 Ends!
December’s Artist Feature: Dana Lyn
Once again, I have dropped the ball and didn’t quite make my November artist feature. However, I have managed to put together this month’s feature on the amazingly talented violinist, pianist, and composer Dana Lyn. I have known Dana for over a decade and for a short period we were also housemates. (Dana taught me… Continue reading December’s Artist Feature: Dana Lyn
June’s Artist Feature: Benjamin Scheuer
This month’s artist feature is the remarkable and talented song-writer, guitarist, singer and actor Benjamin Scheuer. I have known Ben for more than a decade and seen this wonderful musician grow into the amazing talent that he is now. Ben is a foodie. It is guaranteed that if Ben hosts a party, there will be… Continue reading June’s Artist Feature: Benjamin Scheuer
May’s Artist Feature: Jacob Sacks
Pianist, composer and educator Jacob Sacks is this month’s artist feature. I have known Jacob for more than 15 years, and performed and collaborated with him almost from the start. He is an artist with integrity, honesty and deep artistry. From the very first time I heard him perform, I knew he was special. Jacob… Continue reading May’s Artist Feature: Jacob Sacks
April’s Artist Feature: Khabu Doug Young
This month’s artist feature is an amazing musician and creative improviser. Khabu Doug Young is a guitarist extraordinaire and a superb ukulele player. I have known Khabu for about 13 years and worked with him for almost 10 years. Khabu and I have shared the stage and the classroom many times over the years and… Continue reading April’s Artist Feature: Khabu Doug Young
Jazz For The Family This Sunday
My monthly performance at my neighborhood cafe is happening this Sunday at 4:00pm. Lark Cafe is a bright space where families can come and enjoy lunch, brunch, coffee, beer, donuts, ice cream and pie all while listening to yours truly and my friends, Elena Camerin on voice and Khabu Young on baritone guitar (not sure… Continue reading Jazz For The Family This Sunday
Jazz For The Family Today
I am doing my first jazz gig where I can bring my son and not worry how late its going to go. I am doing a gig with my good friends Khabu (ukulele) and Mike McGinnis (bass clarinet) at Lark Cafe (1007 Church Ave, Brooklyn, NY), 4:00pm. Lark is very child friendly with a little… Continue reading Jazz For The Family Today