Community Concert: Eugenie Jones

This concert is part of our Community Concert series where we make the Museum space available to artists for a low cost to present their own live show.

Eugenie Jones is an award-winning singer/songwriter/producer based in the Seattle, WA, area with an international fan base.

Her recordings and concerts with jazz icons Reggie Workman, Bobby Sanabria, Julian Priester, Lonnie Plaxico, and many others have earned the entertainer praise in every major jazz publication, a #7 ranking on Jazz Week’s Top 50, and a #30 spot on Jazz Weeks top one-hundred albums. Jones is also a 2023 recipient of the Jazz Journalists Association’s Jazz Hero award for her efforts intersecting jazz performance events with community service.

Rating her recording Black Lace Blue Tears 3.5 out of 4 stars, DownBeat called the singer “impressive.” At the same time, legendary Blue Note Records artist Joe Chambers describes Jones as “an excellent singer, with a voice, style, and range that encompasses multiple idioms.”

Jones brings an authentic and electric presence to the stage, packaged within a uniquely exquisite voice. Accompanying her performance is an a-list line-up of New York musicians, including Lafayette Harris/p, Lonnie Plaxico/b, and Dwayne Broadnax.

This concert will feature reimagined jazz classics, soulful jazz originals, and a taste of soul classics by Nina Simone, Anita Baker, James Brown & more!

MUSIC PREVIEW: https://www.youtube.com/@EugenieJonesJazz

MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST: https://www.eugeniejones.com/

General Admission: $15; Seniors & Students: $10; Door Admission: $20

Sat, Aug 19
7:00 pm

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