Jazz Cafe@ Music Hall Celebrates Black History Month: Jazz Music Series Ft. Sky Covington & Club Crescendo

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Jazz Cafe@ Music Hall Celebrates Black History Month: Jazz Music Series ft. Sky Covington & Club Crescendo

Detroit, MI.- Unlimited Sky Production & Jazz Café Proudly Presents In our continuing celebration of Black History month, Thursday, February 18, 2016. We spotlight jazz in Detroit ft Jazz chanteuse Sky Covington Live @ Jazz Café Music Hall in Detroit, Michigan 48226. Tickets / Door $10 8p.

Detroit Music Award winner for " Outstanding Jazz Vocalist" ,Sky Covington, will be performing some of the most beautiful Jazz songs ever written. Songs by, Billie Holiday , Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington and more. Accompanied by Club Crescendo. Also celebrating the jazz venues that made Jazz happen in Detroit.. Love For Sale https://youtu.be/ivwlnt6OcvI

Ode to Jazz...
In the 1930's, the big band sound began to be replaced with smaller, tighter, more skilled ensembles known as cabaret bands. They preferred jam sessions over the more stilted big band sound. Former rivals in the big bands began recruiting each other to create blended cabaret bands that found regular homes in established local clubs and ballrooms. The Graystone Ballroom was still a major venue, now hosting many black bands while other clubs were holding onto segregation.

Venues like the Chocolate Bar and Plantation Club also hosted cabaret bands. The latter was most known for Cecil Lee’s band, At the Chocolate Bar and the Melody Club, where former members of the Cotton Pickers found work. The Cozy Corner was also known for its cabaret house band, as was Club Harlem. Club Harlem later became The Flame, one of Detroit’s most popular jazz spots.
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Sky Covington
Detroit Music Award Winner for the Jazz Vocalist Sky Covington is a chanteuse, jazz poet, and recording artist. Entering her 17th year as a professional entertainer, her magnetic presence creates a sultry stage atmosphere and challenges her audience’s expectations with her phrasing, and vocal styling. You will only hear a hint of pass musicians, and vocalist in her voice. But she is surely an original. Mostly Sky Covington inspiration involved & evolved from the Bebop/Cotton Club, early Jazz cultured movement, and ignites the stage with a unique skillful range, and sultry voice that has kept audiences at the edge of their seats…curious, and entertained.

February 18 2016. Doors open at 7p. Show 8p

Tickets are available at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/jazz-cafe-music-hall-celebrates-black-history-month-jazz-music-series-ft-sky-covington-club-tickets-21069259723

skycovington.net. Tickets are $10. For more information about the concert call 248.766.8332.
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