Celebrate Valentine’s Day in an extra special way by enjoying dinner and a live jazz performance. SistaRock! Promotions and The Garden Brunch Cafe present LIVE! At The Garden featuring - Dara Tucker - Thursday, February 14, 2013 – 7:30pm.
Doors open at 5pm, Dinner is served until 7:30pm
Show begins at 7:30pm
Tickets for show are $20; Dinner is priced separately
The Garden Brunch Cafe offers a full dinner and specialty drink menu and wine list. The restaurant is located in the heart of Nashville’s hip NorthSide/Capital District, on historic Jefferson Street, at 924 Jefferson St., Nashville, Tennessee 37208
Call 615-891-1217 for more information or purchase tickets online by CLICKING HERE.
Dara, together with Cord Martin on sax, Joe Davidian on piano, Greg Bryant on bass and Chester Thompson on drums, will cover the Coltrane/Hartman album entitled “John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman”, (Impulse! Records, 1963). This album is considered iconic of the era… a “must have” in the classic jazz library; a recording that renders a deeply moving experience for the listener. Dara will also include selections from her recently released cd entitled, “Soul Said Yes”.
“Vocalist Dara Tucker has a rich, emphatic voice that is instantly recognizable and memorable. She is also a technical marvel, gifted with great range, fabulous delivery, and the ability to project and tell stories in such a manner she can make the most venerable numbers sound fresh and invigorating.”
-Ron Wynn (All Music Guide/Nashville Arts Magazine) –read more of this article…
Dara Tucker’s vocals reach fans of modern ballads, soulful grooves and the American Songbook as heard on her CD “Soul Said Yes” and her debut recording “All Right Now”. Dara’s sound has won over audiences at The San Jose Jazz Festival and such rooms as The Blue Note(NYC), Smoke (NYC), San Jose Jazz Festival, Boston’s Scullers’ Jazz Club, New Orleans’ famed Snug Harbor Jazz Club, The Falcon (Marlboro, NY), ) Pete Millers (Chicago) and The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.
Dara has had the privilege to perform or record with such musicians as 7-string and 8-string guitarist Charlie Hunter, trumpeter Duane Eubanks, drummers Jason Marsalis, Derico Watson, Derrek Phillips and pianists Aaron Goldberg and Helen Sung among others.