Saturday, February 11th – 7:30-10 pm
Vince Lateano Quartet
jazz club! when lights are low… every Saturday night

The Jazz Philanthropists Union presents…

Vince Lateano Quartet

Dick Whittington – piano
Jeffrey Burr – guitar

John Wiitala – bass
Vince Lateano – drums

Vince has been a cornerstone drummer of the San Francisco jazz edifice for decades, a swingin’ cat from the go. Pianist Dick Whittington has a history in Bay Area jazz that reaches back decades, who merits and receives boundless respect as a pianist, and who gets extra points for his tenure presenting music at the Maybeck Recital Hall on Berkeley’s North Side in the late 1980s and early ’90s. Jeffrey Burr and John Wiitala must not go unpraised, but how to demonstrate their great contribution to jazz as it is played here in the present day!? You’ll just have to come hear!

jazz club! when lights are low … • $15 cover charge tonight

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