Patti Littlefield - Jazz Stories 3.0

"The Book of Carmen McRae"

DOORS: 6:00 pm

at Kosmos AstroPub

August 27, 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Time: 7:00pm     Day: Tuesday     Doors: 6:00pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $10 - $15

A self-taught singer, Patti Littlefield has extensive experience performing many genres of music from folk to jazz and blues.  Patti is one of those singers who brings a wealth of experience to whatever genre she chooses to sing, with a rich robust voice and a delivery to match, like Carmen McRae, the songs she chooses to sing always have a great deal of personal meaning to her, which she is always eager to share with there audiences.  For several years, she was half of an intriguing duo, Resonance, with one of Albuquerque’s finest low brass improvisors, Mark Weaver, who released an acclaimed self-titled CD on Plutonium Records.  Patti has opened for Sheila Jordan and Mose Allison and many of her concerts sell out far in advance. Patti is considered a New Mexico favorite and this show will be no different. She is currently working on a new CD, which will feature some of New Mexico's very best jazz and blues musicians. 

 

 

Sid Fendley: Sid has been in Albuquerque for over 30 years working as a keyboardist, vocalist, audio engineer, recording artist, composer, and music director.  He has performed throughout the U.S and in Europe.  In addition to solo performances and leading his own group, Sid works as a sideman for several local bands including the Tracey Whitney Group, Tapestry and Prisma.  For the past 20 years he has been the owner and chief engineer at Mountain Road Recording Studios. Sid is currently working days at the recording studio, performing every Wednesday and Friday at Mykonos Restaurant and working part-time at the National Dance Institute  as an accompanist. He is the music director and keyboardist at One Spiritual Center.

 

Rob “Milo” Jaramillo bass player par excellence! has played with pretty much every great group in town, including Hillary Smith & Hip Pocket, Bert Dalton’s Brazil Project, Michael Anthony,  and most of the “Name” Jazz & Blues performers who come from out of town like Ali Ryerson.  He is definitely the “go-to” bass player in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Milo is a third of the Native American Jazz Trio, “Red, White & Red” and has mastered every genre from Latin Jazz to down home Blues.