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Kelley Johnson with the John Hansen Trio

October 29 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

$20

Reservations can be requested through our website. Just click on the Big Red Reservations button, and fill in the blanks. Also, Please Bring Proof of Vaccination in order to be seated inside! You can also purchase ticket on our website, and if more than one person in your party buys tickets, please send us the names of everyone in your party, so we know who we need to seat with you.

…wisps of Carmen McRae’s ginger snap, Betty Carter’s yawning reach, Anita O’Day’s feline purr and Nancy Wilson’s crystalline enunciation…just tune in to her sailing, buoyant rhythm section and her bright, eminently convincing musicianship.

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Kelley Johnson is an international award winning jazz vocalist who is known and respected as an arranger, poet and lyricist with a personal body of recordings. Kelley’s lithe velvety voice mixes with a dynamic delivery and tricky colorful arrangements to showcase her interpretive finesse and inspired soloists. An organic groovy singer with a direct approach, Kelley reaches her audience with storytelling, subtlety, soulfulness and swing.

Kelley Johnson has twice been chosen to be a musical ambassador abroad. Her quartet auditioned live for Wynton Marsalis and Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center for lengthy tours for the US State Department in 2004 and 2008. Since her celebrated debut recording “Make Someone Happy” with Fred Hersch, she has achieved critical acclaim with every recording. “Music is the Magic” from which “Tea For Two” garnered her First-Place in the 2003 International Jazzconnect Vocal Competition was recorded in Brooklyn in 2002 and produced by the brilliant trumpeter, Brian Lynch. The Jazz Education Journal listed the ensuing “Live at Birdland”, taped in one special night at the historic New York City club, as a Blue Chip Jazz Vocal album of 2004. The Birdland evening featured reknown trumpeter Ingrid Jensen, the stellar John Hansen, beauteous Ugonna Okegwo and effervescent Jon Wikan, and the songs range from seductive intimacy to streetcorner jive to sophisticatedly reorganized Americana, all tell-tale signs of Kelley’s unique stamp.

Kelley has served as a professor at Cornish College of the Arts and Director of the Seattle Metropolitan Urban League’s Children’s Jazz Chorus among countless other musical ventures. She and John Hansen live in historic Madison Valley in Seattle, where they provide a home for Nana, the cutest kitty on earth.

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Kelley Johnson
Reservations can be requested through our website. Just click on the Big Red Reservations button, and fill in the blanks. Also, Please Bring Proof of Vaccination in order to be seated inside! ...wisps of Carmen McRae's ginger snap, Betty Carter's yawning reach, Anita O'Day's feline purr and Nancy Wilson's crystalline enunciation...just tune in to her sailing, buoyant rhythm section and her bright, eminently convincing musicianship. DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE Kelley Johnson is an international award winning jazz vocalist who is known and respected as an arranger, poet and lyricist with a personal body of recordings. Kelley's lithe velvety voice mixes with a dynamic delivery and tricky colorful arrangements to showcase her interpretive finesse and inspired soloists. An organic groovy singer with a direct approach, Kelley reaches her audience with storytelling, subtlety, soulfulness and swing. Kelley Johnson has twice been chosen to be a musical ambassador abroad. Her quartet auditioned live for Wynton Marsalis and Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center for lengthy tours for the US State Department in 2004 and 2008. Since her celebrated debut recording "Make Someone Happy" with Fred Hersch, she has achieved critical acclaim with every recording. "Music is the Magic" from which "Tea For Two" garnered her First-Place in the 2003 International Jazzconnect Vocal Competition was recorded in Brooklyn in 2002 and produced by the brilliant trumpeter, Brian Lynch. The Jazz Education Journal listed the ensuing "Live at Birdland", taped in one special night at the historic New York City club, as a Blue Chip Jazz Vocal album of 2004. The Birdland evening featured reknown trumpeter Ingrid Jensen, the stellar John Hansen, beauteous Ugonna Okegwo and effervescent Jon Wikan, and the songs range from seductive intimacy to streetcorner jive to sophisticatedly reorganized Americana, all tell-tale signs of Kelley's unique stamp. Kelley has served as a professor at Cornish College of the Arts and Director of the Seattle Metropolitan Urban League's Children's Jazz Chorus among countless other musical ventures. She and John Hansen live in historic Madison Valley in Seattle, where they provide a home for Nana, the cutest kitty on earth.
$ 20.00

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Date:
October 29
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$20
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Organizer

Ray & Sharon Bloom
Phone:
206-365-4447
Email:
rbloom888@gmail.com
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Artist Website
https://www.kelleyjohnson.com/

Venue

North City Bistro
1520 NE 177th St
Shoreline, WA 98155 United States
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Phone:
(206) 365-4447
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