Judy Wexler, vocals
Jeff Colella, piano
Gabe Davis, bass
Kendall Kay, drums
Los Angeles-based vocalist Judy Wexler has headlined at jazz festivals, performing arts centers and leading jazz clubs both nationally and internationally. All About Jazz says, “Judy Wexler is more than a mere singer of songs, she is an actress, mood painter, song archaeologist and vocalist par excellence.” She has released six albums, most recently Back to the Garden in 2021, a collection of 1960s songs from the Summer of Love. Her fifth CD, a collaboration with pianist Alan Pasqua in 2019, Crowded Heart, presented “Jazz standards for the 21st century,” an anthology of ten modern jazz compositions by contemporary songwriters. Ted Gioia, New York Times best-selling author of The Jazz Standards and The History of Jazz
said, “What a joy to listen to this album for the exquisite music-making, but also for the astuteness in finding and featuring outstanding songs by current-day jazz composers.” Prior albums include What I See (2013), Under a Painted Sky (2011), Dreams & Shadows (2008), and her debut, Easy on the Heart (2005). She has been featured twice on NPR Weekend Edition with Susan Stamberg, and all her albums have charted at the top of the national JazzWeek radio chart, with two albums charting on Billboard’s Traditional Jazz Albums charts.
“Indie jazz sensation, versatile and sensual vocalist Judy Wexler weaves magic, charm and emotionally resonant grace through an array of exquisitely arranged contemporary songs.” – Music Connection Magazine
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Must be 21 years old to drink alcoholic beverages.
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