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Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Oleta Adams, Diana Krall, Dianne Reeves, Melodie Gardot
Bio: Pam Saulsby is establishing herself as an entertainer if jazz, pop, and soul. Her powerfully expressive voice and her soulful and uplifting energy has helped her launch two albums in a 3-year period. Her fans praise her for vocal talents, combined with confidence, sincerity, and a touch of sass... See Full BioMore Info
Private... Off the scale grand Wedding!
It's a big block party to kick off the start of the new academic year!! It's Hillsborough Street Wide Open (from Pogue Street to the Belltower. We perform at 4:30pm. Paaaaaaarty!!! Direction for parking below: Hillsborough Street will be closed at Brooks Avenue and at the roundabout from Pullen Road. You should travel on Pullen Road onto NCSU’s campus and make a right onto Stinson Drive. Continue on Stinson Drive until you reach W. Broughton Drive. Turn onto W. Broughton Drive and make a right into the Patterson Hall parking lot. Drive to the end of the parking lot, park on either Lampe Drive or back on W. Broughton Drive.
Reel Deep takes the stage @ 7:30pm
Look for me to sing some of your favorite jazz tunes + standards + a few surprise selections.
The Heart of Carolina Jazz Society Presents: A Salute to America's Black Big Bands featuring Guest Vocalist and Narrator Pam Saulsby in concert with the Heart of Carolina Jazz Orchestra, directed by Gregg Gelb Call the Temple Theatre Box Office 919-774-4155 between 2pm - 6pm. Temple Theatre is located at 120 Carthage St. in Sanford, NC 27330 Pam Saulsby, who for many years was a news anchor for WRAL-TV, has now turned much of her attention to singing jazz. Her repertoire includes songs performed by Ella Fitzgerald and Ms. Saulsby will sing some of them in this special concert such as Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Satin Doll with the Heart of Carolina Jazz Orchestra. She will also be the narrator of this concert which pays tribute to the great big band music that was performed and recorded by top American Black Bands of the Swing Era. Tunes by Duke Ellington and Count Basie plus by lesser known leaders such as Benny Carter, Fletcher Henderson, and Jimmy Lunceford will be performed. For more information about the Heart of Carolina Jazz Orchestra and Society please go to www.carolinajazz.com "This project receives support from the Lee County Arts Council through the Grassroots Arts Program of the North Carolina State Arts Council, both agencies are funded by the State of North Carolina and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art."
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