Jackie Gage will be part of Ragnar Kjartansson's immersive art piece "Romantic Songs of the Patriarchy." November 9-11th in San Francisco. The New York Times wrote a beautiful piece that shares the spawn of Ragnar's concept, and the many people involved in making this weekend's event possible. Read more about the performance art piece here:
Janis Seigel (The Manhattan Transfer) and Lauren Kinhan (New York Voices) host a monthly vocal showcase titled "Vocal Mania", where each month a range of surprise vocalists share music near and dear to their heart. This October 10th, Sheila Jordan will be their featured guest. Jackie will be joining them for the 10pm set. This event is not to miss.
Following Jackie's performance at San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, you have the opportunity to celebrate the success of the concert at an exclusive after party. This is the perfect occasion for those of you who would like to meet & greet with Jackie, as there will be limited time and ability after her performance at Cafe Stritch. This is also an ideal occasion to hear more about her upcoming video shoot for original song "A Secret Place." After party location revealed after purchase.
Dear friends, Marc Cary pays tribute to long-standing musical influencer, the late Betty Carter. This concert puts together past musicians from Betty Carter's groups, and also places a spotlight on the future of the idiom with a group of musicians who came up in Betty Carter's Jazz Ahead program. Jackie will be joining Marc Cary for a portion of this concert.
Newark native Antoinette Montague is presented with the Women in Media - Newark Award for Lifetime in Music and Service in Jazz. She will be performing music with her group "The Antoinette Montague Experience”, and has invited singers Kameelah Harper and Jackie Gage to share a few selections during the evening. Band members include Danny Mixon on piano, Melisa Slocum on bass, Bobby Sanabria on drums, Lakecia Benjamin on sax, Alex Cowing on tap dancing and vocals.
Please mark your calendars for an exciting concert at Harlem Stage on March 9th. Longtime Abbey Lincoln collaborator Marc Cary re-imagines the seminal Freedom Now Suite album, We Insist!, in a concert that features Terri Lyne Carrington, Reggie Workman, Sameer Gupta, Edmar Colón and special surprise guests.