Jazz House Party, Sat, Nov 2nd, 2013
Music: 7:00 -9:00pm, $15 Cover
A good friend of mine, Duncan Branom, who is a professional Jazz musician, has decided to open his spacious home in Happy Valley for a Jazz house party. He's held a couple over the summer, and with much interest, he's happy to continue with them. Duncan has played with some very recognized names, and is amazing with the brushes.
With his many friends in the Jazz community, we're fortunate to see some very talented musicians. On Nov. 2nd, he will be joined by David J. White, Steve Christopherson, and special guest, Margie Gibson.
Margie will be singing your favorite Jazz tunes, requests gladly taken. She has a fabulous voice, check out her videos below. There will be a $15 admission to take care of our cherished musicians, refreshments, and wine. You will enjoy this intimate venue, great company, and first class Jazz.gets you great company. Music from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Seating is limited, so please RSVP to reserve your seat! I'm going to limit this event to 40 for now, and may be able to adjust that number after consulting with Duncan.
Feel free to come a little earlier, around 6:30, and mingle.
Margie Gibson, Vocals
Steve Christopherson, piano
David Jay White, bass
Duncan Branom, drums
Margie Gibson Video " Chicago" 2013
Margie Gibson Video 2008
Margie Gibson, now based in Portland, Oregon... has worked in the entertainment industry for several years in Los Angeles and Chicago... singer, BMI songwriter, Recording Artist, actress and teacher.
Early in her career, Margie opened shows for Mel Torme, Marvin Hamlisch, Danny Thomas, and toured extensively with Bob Hope.
Margie has sung and written for movies, jingles, television and corporate events, commercials and recording artists. Margie has appeared on the concert stage with big bands, jazz ensembles, original bands and symphony orchestras.
Gibson’s tribute to American Popular Music (featuring songs by Irving Berlin & Leonard
Bernstein) has been presented in LA and New York at the Waldorf Astoria and Jazz
Bakery, the Tanglewood Jazz Festival, among other venues.
While in Chicago, Margie was guest artist with the Fine Arts Symphony Orchestra; starred
in "Side by Side by Sondheim" and performed for Stephen Sondheim at The Symphony
Center and headlined at many Chicago clubs.