Sun, Oct 03|
Alyssa Allgood Quintet - Alyssa Sings The Blues, Part 2
Alyssa Allgood - voice; Pete Benson - piano; John Tate - bass; Jon Deitemyer - drums; Chad McCullough - trumpet
Time & Location
Oct 03, 2021, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM CDT
Chicago, 465 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
About The Event
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Alyssa Allgood - voice
Pete Benson - piano
John Tate - bass
Jon Deitemyer - drums
Chad McCullough - trumpet
Alyssa Allgood has gained attention for “her technical control and [the] creative imagination of her work (Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune). She has been described as an “impressive bop-oriented singer” by DownBeat Magazine and “one of the finest jazz vocalists today” by All About Jazz.
Allgood recently released her third studio album, What Tomorrow Brings, on Cellar Music. The album received a 4.5 star review from All About Jazz, and is her most sophisticated declaration yet. Wielding her instrument with extraordinary nuance and depth, Allgood takes listeners on an introspective journey of growth and self-discovery. Her previous albums received wide critical acclaim from publications such as DownBeat Magazine, The Huffington Post and The New York City Jazz Record.
Allgood’s performance accolades include a residency at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Club in Shanghai, appearances at Birdland Jazz Club in New York City, and headlining appearances at the Green Mill, the Jazz Showcase and Winter’s Jazz Club in Chicago.
She was named “Best Jazz Entertainer” in the 2019 Chicago Music Awards. Other notable awards include winning the first Ella Fitzgerald Jazz Vocal Competition, being named a Semifinalist in the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition and the Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition; where she competed live in Switzerland for a jury presided by jazz legend Al Jarreau.
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