“One guitar, one voice. All swingin’.”
Long-time friends and collaborators in jazz, Pamela Rose and Terrence Brewer just a few short years ago began thrilling audiences with a duo project based on the great performances that Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass brought to the concert stage and a number of lp releases in the early and mid-1970s. They’ll bring some of that material and their fabulous rapport and talents to Bird & Beckett for one early October evening, much to our delight.
Terrence Brewer has been called â€œthe San Francisco Bay Areaâ€™s #1 jazz guitarist,â€ and there’s ample evidence for that claim. He’s a multiple-award winning guitarist, an in-demand bandleader and a first call sideman, a much admired record producer, concert performer and studio musician, and one of the San Francisco Bay Areaâ€™s foremost music educators. Over the past decade, he’s performed over 2,500 concerts the world over, including sold out performances at the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Stanford Jazz Workshop, SFJAZZ and Yoshiâ€™s. His performances are among the best audiences will ever encounter.
Pamela Rose has thrilled audiences here and abroad for decades with her swinging, soulful jazz and blues vocals. Her rich, bold, warm voice and her easy rapport with her colleagues on the bandstand thrill audiences every time out. She’s also known for her concerts celebrating remarkable women in blues and jazz. Her â€˜Wild Women of Songâ€™ shows resulted in a book and a concert series which has toured nationally over the past ten years-plus. In 2017 Rose created â€˜Blues is a Woman,’ likewise greeted with huge acclaim. Both projects have showcased the wealth of talent that female instrumentalists bring to the Bay Area’s jazz, blues and soul community. Pamela herself has a magnificent voice, presence and talent that leaves audiences delighted and deeply satisfied.
Doors open at 7:20pm. Music at 7:30pm.
$20 cash cover charge at the door.
Call for reservations â€“ 415-586-3733 during regular store hours, Tuesday to Sunday, noon to six pm.
Proof of vaccination required on entry; masks required while in the shop.
BYOB. Please only lower your mask only when sipping whatever it is your sipping. Thanks!
Our events are put on under the umbrella of the nonprofit Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project (the "BBCLP"). That's how we fund our ambitious schedule of 300 or so concerts and literary events every year.
The BBCLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit...
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