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Jamie Davis with Larry Vuckovich Quartet at Tucker Farm Center

Brown Paper Tickets uploaded this event on July 24, 2019

Where

Tucker Farm Center
1201 Tucker-Summit Rd.
Calistoga, CA
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When

Sat, August 17, 2019
4:00 pm

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Musicians

Jamie Davis
voice / vocals

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Grammy Nominee vocalist Jamie Davis & Larry Vuckovich All Star Quartet (Steve Heckman /Jeff Chambers /Akira Tana) perform the music of Johnny Hartman/blues/great standards/hard swinging jazz

Jamie Davis an alumni of The Count Basie Orchestra, travels the world as guest vocalist of Big Bands & Orchestras in UK, Europe, Russia, Asia & USA. He and the Basie Orchestra were nominated f Grammy with the new release, All About That Basie. Jamie was featured at the recent Grammies with Take 6, Kurt Elling and Stevie Wonder. The rich bass-baritone voice of Jamie Davis proved to be a revelation, and his trio of songs from the classic 1963 John Coltrane/Johnny Hartman album was one of the years musical highlights. Jazzwise Magazine - Peter Quinn. Larry Vuckovich All Star Quartet, a powerful unit, will perform on their own several selections thus making this performance a double bill. Larry has worked with top musicians of various influences, from Jon Hendricks, Philly Joe Jones, Mel Torme, Don Byas, and Red Norvo to today's artists. He has won acclaim from critics and jazz audiences for his deeply imaginative style and repertoire. Larry will receive a lifetime achievement award in August at the Niville Festival in Serbia for being the only jazz musician from the former Yugoslavia, residing in America and performing with numerous greats for six decades. ...

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