Jazz Man!

Greetings Good Folks!

Music is everywhere and this week it’s appearing live on two occasions plus some YouTubian action over there on the internet.

First up live, we’ll be at Dizzy’s on Friday night morphing the late 60’s sounds of Carole King into our 2020 jazz framework. It’s a time tested experiment and at the beginning of the summer we R&D’d the program first live at the Conrad in La Jolla and then via livestream at Live(ish) From Spragueland. Both events were a hoot and it’s a thrill to get inside this music again. Carole’s music comes out of the folk/pop style but she does love her suspended chords and that proves to be a gateway to jazzify her music. Come on out and hang with us as we spin “Jazz Man” live…

Our setlist includes:
I Feel the Earth Move 
So Far Away
Natural Woman
It’s Too Late
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Bitter with the Sweet 
Where You Lead I Will Follow
You’ve Got a Friend

Second up live, on Saturday evening we’ll play a show at the Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church. They’re sponsoring a summer concert series and we’re happy to be included. We’ve got the spirited Leonard Patton with us and together we’ll celebrate the music of Brazil, Beatles, Hogey Carmichael, Stevie Winwood, and a few of my compositions. A good time, a good band (PS, Leonard, Tripp, Justin Grinnell, and Duncan), outdoors, and maybe there’s even parking. We should be so lucky! I hope to see you there…

And finally a few more Beatle YouTubian adventures:

thanks for the listen, best, Peter