Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah Sounds & Spirits Concert Series presents...
"I Feel the Earth Move" - Jane Ogle featuring guitarist Jeff Powell
On Sunday May 5th, Southern Holiday Jazz Band celebrates the artistry of Carole King, letting the music do most of the talking, with songs framed by stories from Carole’s life and career.
The intimate and lively showcase is open to the public, with show time at 4:00pm (doors opening at 3:30). Tickets are $20, available at www.uusavannah.org or at the door, for audiences ages 13 and above. Wine Reception afterward in Rahn Hall.
Carol King was one of the top inspirational voices for a generation of women who, throughout the 1960’s and 70’s, found liberation in the arts and in activism. She has composed music for dozens of artists, films, and television. She has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and has received the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song and the Kennedy Center Honors – just a few of a very, very long list of awards. Her second album release remained the worldwide top selling album by a female artist for 25 years.
The Southern Holiday Jazz Band has entertained jazz lovers around Savannah as a duo, a big band, and every combo in between with swinging interpretations of standards and contemporary songs. Led by Jane Ogle vocalist, with Jeff Powell guitar, Marc Chesanow bass, and Judy Duva on piano, this band knows how to please a crowd. They've received glowing ovations from the publications Do and Connect Savannah and from audiences as well for their tribute shows to other artists, including Billie Holiday and Peggy Lee.
Everyone is invited to attend this anticipated concert at Unitarian Universalist of Savannah 311 Harris Street. This venue provides a unique experience that allows the audience to share the experience one-on-one with the performers.
WHAT: “I Feel the Earth Move” (A Tribute to Carol King)
WHEN: Sunday, May 5th 2019
WHERE: Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah
WHAT TIME: Show starts at 4pm, doors open 3:30pm; 70 min runtime
TICKETS: $20, (13 years of age and older)