SUNDAY JAZZ BRUNCH
According to one Rolling Stone writer, Howard Hewett is the premier vocalist in the post – Marvin Gaye era of romantic pop. Like Gaye, Hewett soars to new heights and seduces his audience. It is no wonder he’s responsible for selling some ten million records; his voice is irresistible. Howard Hewett is one of the most talented soul singers of the past two decades. In group settings, as a guest vocalist and as a solo singer, Hewett’s virtually irresistible voice has wrapped itself around material of various quality turning good songs into great records and doing his best to save some of the lesser material with which he has sometimes been saddled as a solo artist.
Born in Heidelberg Germany and raised in Huntsville AL, Jazmin Ghent began playing piano at age 6 and saxophone at age 12. Jazz music was always a part of Jazmin’s upbringing. Once in middle school Jazmin took a special interest in Jazz saxophone, listening to artist such as Kirk Whalum, Gerald Albright, Hank Mobley, and Dexter Gordon. Jazmin was offered a full tuition scholarship to attend Berklee School of Music and attended Florida State University where she received her Bachelors degree in Music Education and Jazz Studies. Jazmin also has a Masters Degree in Music Education from Tennessee State University.
Wind down a weekend with a delicious buffet spread of good food, good music and good fun with something for your soul and spirit at the Lake Arbor Jazz Festival Inspirational Jazz Brunch. You don’t want to miss it!
$75.00 – Premium table seating. Includes brunch buffet and show
$40.00 – Theatre seating. Does not include meal. Show only