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SEPTEMBER 18-OCTOBER 29, 2014THU The Venetian Hotel
Las Vegas, NV
Georgia on My Mind: Celebrating the Music of Ray Charles Join us as we celebrate the music of Ray Charles in a groundbreaking new show featuring a host of award winning stars including EMMY Award winner Clint Holmes, ten-time Grammy winning vocal group Take 6, six-time Grammy nominee Nnenna Freelon and Grammy award winning sax star Kirk Whalum. This show features the Las Vegas Mass Choir and the LV All-Star Big Band under the direction of Musical Director David Loeb. Classic hits include: Hit The Road Jack, I Got A Woman, What'd I Say, Hallelujah, I Love Her So, Georgia On My Mind, America, and many more...
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NOV 7FRI Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
Miami, FL
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NOV 16SUN NJPAC
Newark, NJ
THE SEARCH FOR THE WORLD’S NEXT GREAT FEMALE JAZZ SINGER: The grand prize winner will receive an exclusive contract to record and release an album on Concord Records, in addition to a $5,000 cash award.
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NOV 20THU Dr. Phillips Center
Orlando, FL
Georgia on My Mind: Celebrating the Music of Ray Charles. Featuring Take 6, Clint Holmes, Nnenna Freelon, Jovan Jackson, Dave Loeb, UM Frost School of Music Big Band and an Orlando Based Gospel Choir
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JANUARY 6-13, 2015TUE Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
West Palm Beach, FL
The Clothesline Muse explores the clothesline as a metaphor of the African-American community lifeline. The clothesline was a place to meet, to work, to socialize, and to share traditions and common struggles. Inspired by the seemingly small act of hand washing, drying, folding and ironing, the project uses music, dance, text and visual art to celebrate the role played by African-American washerwomen in history and society. Six time Grammy-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon is a driving force and featured artist in this newly-created, multi-disciplinary theatrical production.
JANUARY 14-18, 2015WED Edison Theatre
St. Louis, MO
The Clothesline Muse explores the clothesline as a metaphor of the African-American community lifeline. The clothesline was a place to meet, to work, to socialize, and to share traditions and common struggles. Inspired by the seemingly small act of hand washing, drying, folding and ironing, the project uses music, dance, text and visual art to celebrate the role played by African-American washerwomen in history and society. Six time Grammy-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon is a driving force and featured artist in this newly-created, multi-disciplinary theatrical production.
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JANUARY 20-25, 2014TUE Hayti Heritage Center
Durham, NC
The Clothesline Muse explores the clothesline as a metaphor of the African-American community lifeline. The clothesline was a place to meet, to work, to socialize, and to share traditions and common struggles. Inspired by the seemingly small act of hand washing, drying, folding and ironing, the project uses music, dance, text and visual art to celebrate the role played by African-American washerwomen in history and society. Six time Grammy-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon is a driving force and featured artist in this newly-created, multi-disciplinary theatrical production.
JANUARY 28-29, 2015WED High Point Theater
High Point, NC
The Clothesline Muse explores the clothesline as a metaphor of the African-American community lifeline. The clothesline was a place to meet, to work, to socialize, and to share traditions and common struggles. Inspired by the seemingly small act of hand washing, drying, folding and ironing, the project uses music, dance, text and visual art to celebrate the role played by African-American washerwomen in history and society. Six time Grammy-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon is a driving force and featured artist in this newly-created, multi-disciplinary theatrical production.
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