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Jazz Fest 2020: Amanda Carr with special guest Elan Trotman

Friday, May 8 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

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The musical collaboration between vocal sensation Amanda Carr and saxophone recording and performing artist, Elan Trotman electrifies the stage! Amanda Carr is a multi-styled vocalist/pianist, who has gained fans as a global recording and touring artist. Twice a feature story by respected writer/author Nat Hentoff in The Wall Street Journal, she garnered global exposure as he hailed her, “a true jazz singer in a time of wannabes”.

With five jazz vocal recordings, global distribution and airplay, Carr often melds her rock and soul roots performing as a solo artist while remaining a popular guest with Keith Lockhart and The Boston Pops, Michael Feinstein, James Montgomery, Charlie Farren from the Joe Perry Project and Jeff Baxter from Steely Dan. Amanda has multiple nominations for Jazz Artist of the Year by the Boston Music and New England Music Awards.

web: amandacarr.com

Elan Trotman is seen as one of the fastest rising stars in jazz with more than 10 Billboard topping radio singles in his career. His latest release pays tribute to Motown legend Marvin Gaye. In addition to a successful solo career, the Berklee College of Music graduate has also worked as a side man with such performers as Roberta Flack, Jeffrey Osborne, Johnny Gill, Peabo Bryson, Michael Mcdonald, Jonathan Butler, Sheila E and Earl Klugh. Sports fans may recognize Trotman as a regular national anthem performer for the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Celtics.

web: elantrotman.com

Details

Date:
Friday, May 8
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.spirecenter.org/event/9e44c1b4a44160d616073e468a1fc9d5

Venue

Spire Center for Performing Arts
25 1/2 Court St
Plymouth, 02360 United States
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Event Sub Categories
Art, Date Night, Handicapped Friendly, Music, Nightlife, Rainproof

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