Sunday, May 17th – 7:00 pm
vocalist Sherri Roberts and pianist David Udolf
a jazz live stream from Bird & Beckett
Vocalist Sherri Roberts and pianist David Udolf are collaborators in music and life and household chores, including much dog walking. Incidentally, they’re wonderful musicians, both! They’ll present an evening of jazz standards, familiar and surprising, charming and impeccably performed. Settle in for a cozy hour of lovely music.
Sherri has several albums to her credit, supported by tremendous jazz colleagues from both coasts. David is a top-flight pianist, arranger and musical director who works with such major talents as Mary Stallings, Denise Perrier, Jules Broussard and many more.
Note the 7pm start, for David & Sherri’s East Coast fans, friends and colleagues…
Help us help Sherri & David meet the bills
in this time of few gigs and short bread!
If you find $10 a stretch, then contribute $5.
Consider it your cover charge, please.
There’s no audience in the house,
so it’s up to you in your house!
Here’s where to donate:
BEWARE OF SCAMMERS ASKING FOR YOUR CREDIT CARD INFO!
MAKE VERY SURE YOU’RE AT BIRD & BECKETT’S SITE
AND USING PAYPAL OR VENMO
leads you to our PayPal account via our website
On Venmo, send your cover charge/donation to @birdbeckett
Give $20 if you’re able, more if you’re flush!
The first $400 goes to Sherri & David (that’s our guarantee to them), the next $100 goes to the organization, and any donations beyond that go to them. If you love them, help them out! If you just think musicians shouldn’t work for peanuts, then have the courage of your convictions… and help them out!
It’s all crucial if we want to keep our treasured musicians healthy, vital and productive.
Here’s where to view the live stream:
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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