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Friday, July 28th – 9:00-10:30pm
Vocalist Kenya Moses

Prepare to be mesmerized by the captivating musical stylings of Kenya Moses; an extraordinary Afro-Brazilian American vocalist who effortlessly blends cultures, genres, and languages with her enchanting voice.

Kenya Moses is a true musical nomad, fearlessly traversing boundaries and embracing the diverse influences that shape her artistic identity. With every note she sings, she seamlessly fuses the rhythmic beauty of Brazilian Bossa Nova with the soulful expressions of American jazz and Classical music, creating a harmonious tapestry that resonates with audiences around the world.

As a vocalist, Kenya possesses a remarkable ability to captivate listeners with her storytelling prowess. With each lyric she delivers, she weaves a narrative that touches the depths of emotion and paints vivid pictures in the minds of her audience. Her voice, warm and heartfelt, invites listeners to embark on a journey that transcends time and space.

Kenya is joined by an incredible ensemble of musicians for this engagement, including Grammy Award-Winning pianist Tammy Lynne Hall; bassist Fred Randolph; and celebrated drummer Brian Andres.

$20 cover charge; byob.
Reservations: 415-586-3733.


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The Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project

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