From the always awesome David Scott comes a list of performances in the greater Boston area that you, yes you, should attend. Dave is an amazing performer and he’s always working with amazing performers. If you haven’t heard him before take a moment to check him out.
Celebrate Fathers’ Day with one of the Founding Fathers of American music!Cole Porter is one of the greatest composers of the Great American Songbook, bringing wit, romance and style to generations of music-lovers. Christine Fawson (trumpet, voice) and David Thorne Scott (piano, voice) are 21st-century torch bearers of these classic songs, singing and playing their way through Porter’s gems with originality, virtuosity and humor.Christine has performed as a solo artist at festivals and concerts in the U.S., Australia, Hong Kong, Germany, Italy, Spain and Mexico.DIRECTIONS AND PARKING:The Nave Gallery is a three minute walk from Teele Square, and a 12 minute walk from Davis Square. It is accessible by the 87, 88, and 89 buses. On Sundays, parking is available on-street and at the West Somerville Neighborhood School lot, located on Raymond Street. (Turn right at intersection of Powderhouse & Curtis onto Curtis and take your first left onto Raymond. The lot is located about 1 block down.)
Jazz, blues, standards, some Nat Cole tunes, the whole deal. With a killing band of Phil McGowan (drums), Mark Shilansky (piano), and Greg Loughman (bass). Almost the entire Hopeful Romantic Quartet!
The Boston Association of Cabaret Artists (BACA) creates a supportive community of cabaret performers, provides opportunities for live cabaret events, and cultivates enthusiastic audiences.This BACA showcase will feature me singing some of my favorite songs accompanied by Bill Duffy on piano. Also performing is Lynda D’Amour, BroadwayWorld.com‘s 2012 & 2013 Cabaret Awards Nominee for Best Female Vocalist.
A solo show where I’ll be singing and playing piano in a swanky steakhouse. The jazzy music will be full of swank as well.