Debby Boone: REFLECTIONS OF ROSEMARY Plays Yoshi's Jazz Club in San Francisco, 5/20


Yoshi's Jazz Club on Fillmore Street announced upcoming performances at the San Francisco venue. The performances are:

May 20
Debby Boone: Reflections of Rosemary
Sunday 7pm $35 9pm $25
A Tribute to Rosemary Clooney
Debby Boone earned instant fame in 1977 when “You Light up My Life” became an overnight hit. The tune, which outranked even The Beatles by claiming the #1 spot on the Billboard charts for ten straight weeks and sold in excess of four million copies. Debby is a three time Grammy award winner including Best New Artist of the Year (1977), and seven time Grammy nominee.

With her creamy alto, dead-on musical taste and personal elegance, Debby has now become an acclaimed interpreter of the Great American Songbook. Debby’s latest project, Reflections of Rosemary, is an intimate musical tribute to her late mother-in- law, the legendary Rosemary Clooney. The album is a collection of 14 tunes distinguished by Boone’s strong, striking vocal talents and a very personal, emotionally rich story line. 

August 17 - 19
The Jazz Crusaders featuring Joe Sample, Wayne Henderson and Wilton Felder
Friday 8pm $40 10pm $35 Saturday 8pm & 10pm $40 Sunday $30 8pm $35
In the summer of 1958 the Jazz Crusaders, including Joe Sample-keyboards, Wilton Felder-saxophone, and Wayne Henderson-trombone, left their hometown of Houston, Texas for the dream of a recording contract in Los Angeles. In May of 1961 they recorded their first album for Pacific Jazz Records, FREEDOM SOUND, which went on to sell over 50,000 copies - a milestone for any recording in 1961-62, let alone a jazz recording. The success of the album helped launch the Jazz Crusaders as one of the most distinct jazz groups of the era. The group continued with a long string of equally successful recordings throughout the decade, and led to their emergence as seminal leaders of contemporary jazz.

In 2010 Joe Sample, Wayne Henderson and Wilton Felder reunited as the Jazz Crusaders, for the first time since 1974. The music and their performance will pay homage to the rich catalogue of material that they recorded and performed throughout the ‘60’s and early 1970’s. 

September 5 - 8
The Jack Dejohnette Trio featuring Chic Corea and Stanley Clarke
Wednesday 8pm $45 10pm $40 Thursday 8pm $45 10pm $40
Friday 8pm $50 10pm $50 Saturday 8pm & 10pm $60
Born in Chicago in 1942, GRAMMY® winner Jack DeJohnette is widely regarded as one of jazz music's greatest drummers.

Jack DeJohnette has collaborated with most major figures in jazz history. Some of the great talents he has worked with are John Coltrane, MiLes Davis, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Sun Ra, Jackie McLean, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, Stan Getz, Keith Jarrett, Chet Baker, George Benson, Stanley Turrentine, Ron Carter, Lee Morgan, Charles Lloyd, Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Abbey Lincoln, Betty Carter and Eddie Harris.

DeJohnette's drumming, though originally influenced by masters including Max Roach, Art Blakey, Roy Haynes, Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Art Taylor, Rashied Ali, Paul Motian, Tony Williams, and Andrew Cyrelle, has long drawn from sources beyond “jazz.” More than thirty years ago, he was already describing his work as “multi-directional music.”