Pamela Rose & Wayne De La Cruz “Hammond Organ Party”

Pamela Rose & Wayne De La Cruz “Hammond Organ Party”

$22/Adv  $27/Door Doors and dinner beginning at 6:00 PM Pre-Concert Talk at 6:30 PM Join Pamela Rose, Wayne de la Cruz and Pete Fallico from KCSM and the Jazz Organ Fellowship as they discuss the Hammond B3 organ and its sound, style, and unique place in the history of jazz. Included with price of admission. “… non-stop energy…” – JazzTimes Pamela Rose – of Wild Women of Song – and Hammond B-3 ace Wayne De La Cruz debut music from their new CD, Hammond Organ Party, with a stellar line up of Bay Area musicians, including the masterful talents of Charles McNeal on saxophone, Jeff Massanari on guitar, and Kent Bryson on drums. Together, Rose’s soulful singing and De La Cruz’s inspired keyboard wizardry lifts the Hammond Organ Party into the stratosphere of swinging jazz standards and classic R&B grooves. From the bluesy swing of the Isley’s Nobody But Me to the melodic strains of Harry Warren’s September In The Rain, to the funky shuffle of Little Walter’s My Babe, the Hammond Organ Party brings it all back home....
Pamela Rose: Wild Women of Song

Pamela Rose: Wild Women of Song

Thursday, November 8, 7:00 PM Pamela Rose: Wild Women of Song  Featuring exciting new music, stories, and photos! $20/Adv $23/Door Doors and dinner beginning at 6:00 PM Sponsored by Jazzabelles “A real gift…  playful, sure and sassy.” – DownBeat “Electrifying voice and stage magnetism!” –Broadway After Dark With dramatic visuals, superb storytelling and her swinging band, jazz singer Pamela Rose makes a compelling case for the fascinating women songwriters of the Golden Age of popular song.  This show brought crowds to their feet at the Monterey and San Francisco Jazz Festivals!  Rose’s captivating multimedia show artfully delivers a cultural retrospective wrapped in a superb jazz and blues concert. Pamela Rose’s Wild Women of Song is a captivating showpiece celebrating the lives, times and music of the great gal composers of the Jazz Era. With dramatic projected images, and superb storytelling, Rose artfully delivers a cultural retrospective while treating the audience to a wonderful live jazz and blues concert. Rose is ably backed by some of the Bay Area’s best musicians: Jeff Massanari – guitar, Kristen Strom – saxophone, Tammy Hall – piano, Ruth Davies – bass and Kent Bryson – drums.  San Francisco Magazine has called Wild Women of Song, “… more than a jazz concert. It’s a swinging honors course in womankind!”...