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Valentine’s Day Dinner Jazz at the Terrace at Delaware Park with Jazz Vocalist DeeAnn DiMeo
Sunday, February 14, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Terrace at Delaware Park and JazzBuffalo team up for the third year to bring you a special evening of jazz, dinner, and cocktails for Valentine’s Day. A romantic cultural icon to make dinner reservations, enjoy cocktails, gaze out to fantastic views, and hear some of the best jazz and musical talents in Buffalo.
Reserve a table for dinner in our Pan-Am room overlooking Hoyt Lake and Delaware Park. Seating will be limited and socially distanced to ensure a safe dining experience. (Call 716-886-0089 for reservations!)
Music will be provided by one of the area’s favorite premier jazz vocalist DeeAnn Dimeo who will be joined by Stu Weissman on guitar and Ed Croft on bass.
ABOUT DEEAN DIMEO:
Fresh from the EP release of “Stay Here”, she is one of the most sought-after singers in the area. “Stay Here” is a powerful release of personal originals that follow her works of “Songs From The Heart” and “Desperately Seeking DeeAnn.”
“Tompkins is a powerhouse, a sultry and soulful vocalist with a beautiful tone” Jeff Miers…..Buffalo News Pop Music Critic.
DeeAnn DiMeo Tompkins, 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
Photo Credit: Jack Zuff