In celebration of Black History Month, the North Shore Music Association is honored to host jazz singer Charmin Michelle with Sam Miltich & Clearwater Hot Club, performing a tribute to American-born jazz singer and Harlem Renaissance luminary Adelaide Hall.
Arrowhead Center for the Arts is located at 51 W. 5th Street, Grand Marais (east end of Sawtooth School/YMCA complex)
Tickets: General admission $20 adult; $10 youth - For sale in advance at http://aca.tix.com (a $1.00 processing fee will be added to online sales) and at door night of show (box office opens at 6:30 pm).
A major figure in the Harlem Renaissance, jazz singer ADELAIDE HALL toured, recorded, and performed with artists including Ethel Waters, Josephine Baker, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, and Duke Ellington. She is credited with pioneering the "scat" singing technique.
Charismatic Alabama-born chanteuse CHARMIN MICHELLE has been lauded by the Minneapolis Star Tribune for her "Taste and understatement. Swing and savoir-faire. Grace and grooves. Intimacy and panache. Singer Charmin Michelle delivers all of the above and more."
MN jazz guitarist SAM MILTICH, bandleader of the Clearwater Hot Club, began his career touring with the Robin Nolan Trio and the Hot Club of San Francisco. Sam’s recent musical collaborators have included Peter Ostroushko, Dave Karr, and Dutch jazz violinist Tim Kliphuis.
Joining Clearwater Hot Club for this performance is violinist EVAN PRICE of the GRAMMY-winning Turtle Island Quartet and the Hot Club of San Francisco.
It's going to be a night of fantastic entertainment and learning. We hope to see you there!
For details about other upcoming NSMA events, go to: http://www.northshoremusicassociation.com/
Kate Fitzgerald - Director, North Shore Music Association
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