DeeAnn DiMeo w/Cal Parmer, Rod Bonner, and Daniel Powell at Jazz at Hotel Henry Summer Jazz Thursdays
Thursday, September 3 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
DeeAnn DiMeo is one of the most sought-after singers in the area. Her recent release in 2019 of “Stay Here” is a powerful collection of personal originals that follow her works of “Songs From The Heart” and “Desperately Seeking DeeAnn.”
“DiMeo is a powerhouse, a sultry and soulful vocalist with a beautiful tone” Jeff Miers…..Buffalo News Pop Music Critic.
DeeAnn DiMeo, affectionately known as DeeAnn, has been entertaining Western New Yorkers for over 20 years. She has graced small clubs to large venues with everything from solo to big bands. Her versatility reaches jazz fans, pop fans, blues, and country audiences, and even church worship services. One of her favorite past times is singing with her father, a well-respected jazz singer in his own right. The pair finally recorded her first single “Unforgettable” together in 2015.
The 3x- Award-winning vocalist has landed with her first-ever EP release. “Desperately Seeking DeeAnn” She works with Producer/Bassist RiShon Odel (Najee) to create musical memories to be relished for a millennium. This album features some great talents like Chieli Minucci, Bamm Davis, Steven McCaster, Rod Bonner III, and The Fisher String Quartet
DeeAnn will be accompanied by three outstanding touring jazz artists: Cal Parmer on bass, Rod Bonner on the keyboard, and Daniel Powell on drums. All three are fixtures in the smooth jazz world touring with the likes of Najee.
Jazz at Chandlerville is located at 166 Chandler Street with socially distanced (6 ft.) table seating and the band located across the street safely. Mask-wearing required except when seated.
Hosted by JazzBuffalo and sponsored by Thin Man Brewery and Tappo Pizza.
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