JazzTime Band Plays Vicky's of Santa Fe Sundays, Beg. Today, 10/7

JazzTime Band Plays Vicky's of Santa Fe Sundays, Beg. Today, 10/7

JazzTime Band plays Vicky's of Santa Fe (Highway 111 & Club Drive, Indian Wells) every Sunday 2-5PM starting today, October 7th.

There is a $10 Cover with Happy Hour Pricing and a $6.99 Bar Menu. Call 760-345-9770 or visit www.vickysofsantafe.com for more information.

Swinging the Jazz Standards with Band Members Don Shelton, AlLen Goodman, Larry Holloway and Terry Trotter with new world-class guests that join the band each and every week.

When talented studio and recording musicians who also love jazz combine their talents a kind of synergy happens based on a deep understanding of music that results in a spontaneous musical conversation. This is the case with JazzTime, the newest group swinging the jazz standards at Vicky's. Don Shelton vocalized with the Hi-Lo's and Singers Unlimited and is amazing on clarinet, sax and flute. He recently played with Barbara Cook and the LA Phil. He worked with Clare Fischer in sessions for Prince, Michael Jackson and Robert Palmer, plus the Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Quintet and Bob Florence band. Drummer AlLen Goodman brings years of experience from NY's supper clubs to Carnegie Hall to NBC TV as a performer and studio drummer, as well as accompanying singers such as Dinah Shore, Johnny Mathis, Peggy Lee, Liza Minnelli, Vikki Carr, Bobby Troup, Billie Holiday & others. Larry Holloway, who recently moved to Palm Springs, brings depth of experience and a unique approach to bass as exemplified by virtuoso bassist Red Mitchell and, in fact, was the first recipient of the "Red Mitchell Scholarship Award." Regular pianists such as Terry Trotter, Chip Smith, Andy Langham, Joe Bagg, Jeff Colella and others bring their distinctive musical gifts to the group. Each performance is a singular thing, a shared afternoon of the magic of jazz. So don't miss a single Sunday...you never know what great thing can happen, just that it will!

COMING ATTACTIONS GUESTS

Season Premiere- Guests Joey English W/ Joe Bagg October 7, 2012
Joey English: Sammy Cahn, the legendary lyricist, called Joey a "singer's singer" and wrote a collection of songs just for her. Joey appeared in classic TV programs such as "The Dinah Shore Show," The Merv Griffin Show" and "The Mike Douglas Show" and had a summer replacement show for the Smothers Brothers. Although known as a writer, speaker and singer, she also plays the French horn, most of the brass instruments, violin and piano. She has sung for stars such as George Burns, Bob Hope, Milton Berle and Rodney Dangerfield. This Desert treasure helps us celebrate opening day of our 7th season of Sunday jazz!!

Guests Betty Bryant W/ Chip Smith October 14, 2012
Dubbed "Cool Miss B" by her fellow musicians, Betty's career started in Kansas City, where she was mentored by the great Jay McShann, Grammy nominee and the originator of the "Kansas City Sound." A famous photograph of Betty with Jay McShann hangs in the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City. She has performed internationally and just this year was featured at the Boquete Jazz and Blues Festival in Boquete, Panama. She's been popular in LA since the 1950's and the "Betty Bryant Birthday Bash" is a hugely popular event in Hollywood at the famed Catalina's Jazz Club. "Snuggle into a cozy ringside club chair and let Betty Bryant steal your heart….your ears will be tickled, your heart will dance, and your feet may find a will of their own, for Betty Bryant is an enchantress." Judy Jordan Venice Magazine

Guest Jeff Jarvis October 21, 2012
Jeff Jarvis has distinguished himself as a trumpeter, composer, jazz educator, and music publisher. He serves as Director of Jazz Studies at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach and frequently appears as a honors jazz band conductor, clinician and lecturer. His solo recordings as a jazz trumpeter and composer have placed high on national air play charts and have won him critical acclaim. Jeff's early career as a studio trumpeter encompasses over 100 albums for such names as Lou Rawls, Melba Moore, The O'Jays, and many more. Live performance credits include Dizzy Gillespie, Louie Bellson, Joe Williams, Jimmy Heath, Joe Lovano, Henry Mancini to name a few. Oct. 21, 1917 is the birth date of Dizzy Gillespie. Jeff will lead a tribute to Dizzy on this anniversary.

For Guest line-up through November 18th, visit vickysofsantafe.com/jazztime.

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