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Kaylene Peoples and Bunny Brunel in Concert at the Baked Potato Saturday, June 6, 2015. Enjoy an evening of straight-ahead jazz and bossa nova! Where: Baked Potato 3787 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Studio City, CA 91604 Times: 9:30pm and 11:30pm Tickets: $25 per show Ticket presale link: http://www.thebakedpotato.com/GiftShopPages/GiftShopAdvSalesKaylene%20Peoples.html Call for reservations: (818) 980-1615
IT’S A DUAL CD RELEASE CONCERT for Kaylene Peoples-My Man and Bunny Brunel-Invent Your Future, Benefiting Bella Composers Come celebrate with Kaylene Peoples and Bunny Brunel their CD releases benefitiing Bella Composers. This exciting concert features pianist Patrice Rushen, drummer Tom Brechtlein, guitar player Tony MacAlpine, with guitarist Mark Hammond, saxophonist Doug Webb, and percussionist Monette Marino (with surprise guest performances); and Mistress of Ceremonies Chase Masterson at Catalina Bar & Grill, Wednesday, April 8, 2015. Showtime 8:30pm/Red Carpet arrivals 7:00pm.
We're celebrating independence with great acoustic jazz, fine dining, and really cool giveaways. Don't miss out, Join Kaylene Peoples and her personnel Friday night at HOME in Beverly Hills. Here's an interesting bit of trivia, the chef is the winner of TOP CHEF. So the food will be delish! 2 SETS 7:30pm ad 9:00pm
Indie Hotspot Presents Kaylene Peoples and the All-Star Orchestra Benefitting Agenda Foundation
Sounds Like: Kaylene Peoples Music, Diana Krall, Herbie Mann, Sara Vaughn
Label: Boogsey Music (Independent)
Bio: “I hate straight singing. I have to change a tune to my own way of doing it. That's all I know.” —Billie Holiday
There is more than meets the eye with Kaylene Peoples. Along with her 5-octave vocal range, she can blow the flute, play the piano, and she is proficient in a variety of other inst...See Full Bio
“On her CD ALL JAZZED UP! Kaylene Peoples has a big five-octave range and a voice that floats above the instruments. This airy quality is especially well suited for the breezy bossa numbers that are never too far away. She kicks off the album with Jobim’s "One Note Samba." She makes the song sound effortless, interjecting a quick scat as well as a nice flute solo. With "Girl From Ipanema." She manages to make the well-traveled song her own, with the addition of a lengthy and fitting instrumental solo.”