Jeri Brown is Back in California with Two Shows
Jongleur Productions presents:
JERI BROW LIVE!
Jazz at the Rad Series
JULY 12 • 7:30 – 10:30 pm • 3 shows!
Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel
6225 West Century Blvd., Los Angeles
(310) – 670 – 9000
A wonderful evening with her band –
• Woody Woods (piano)
• John B. Williams (bass)
• Roy McCurdy (drums).
Directions: corner W. Century Blvd. & S. Sepulveda Blvd., west of Airport Blvd.
Dorothy I. Height Black Family Reunion Celebration
National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)
JULY 13 • 6 pm • 1 Show Only!
West 54th St., west of Crenshaw Blvd., starting from Hillcrest Blvd. to Keniston Ave.
(323) 299 – 9751
Jeri Brown performs
with musical director
& pianist Woody Woods.
Jongleur Productions – email@example.com | Bookings – Barbara Collin • 323-467-4702 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeri Brown has earned a reputation as one of jazz’s most outstanding "artistic" vocalists.
Jeri Brown has earned a reputation as one of jazz’s most outstanding "artistic" vocalists. With many fine musicians who are labeled "artistic," it’s sometimes overlooked how richly musical, thoroughly accessible and enjoyable their music can be.
Jeri Brown is focused, ambitious, daring and intent upon creating music that is both well conceived and honest. Brown is well known for performing and recording with passion and dedication.
Committed to the legacy of vocal jazz, Ms. Brown’s performances fill the historical spectrum of classic American songbook themes, original jazz compositions, and contemporary world themes with intense vocal improvisations, and include collaborations with diverse, legendary jazz artists.
Jeri Brown has performed or recorded with such musicians as Leon Thomas, John Hicks, Grady Tate, Kirk Lightsey, Betty Carter, Ellis Marsalis, Erik Truffaz, David Murray, D.D. Jackson, Billy Hart, Kenny Werner, Pierre Michelot, John Betsch, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Fred Hersch, Tony Suggs, Michel Donato, Winard Harper, Chico Freeman, Joe Lovano, Cyrus Chestnut, Dr. Billy Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, Avery Sharpe, Rufus Reid, Gerry Gibbs, Seamus Blake and Jimmy Rowles.