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Sun, May 12



Bruce Henry Quartet - Rhythms of Love: A Jazz Celebration for Mother’s Day

Bruce A. Henry - vocals; Henry Johnson, special guest - guitar. Jo Ann Daugherty - piano; Alex Austin - bass; Linard Stroud - drums

Bruce Henry Quartet - Rhythms of Love:  A Jazz Celebration for Mother’s Day
Bruce Henry Quartet - Rhythms of Love:  A Jazz Celebration for Mother’s Day

Time & Location

May 12, 2024, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Chicago, 465 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, USA

About The Event

[ All tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable -- please order carefully and be sure all details are correct before completing purchase.  1-Drink minimum purchase of $10 per person, per set applies to all guests and all shows. ]

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​"His range is extraordinary, and his on-stage presentation is at once commanding and full of charm. He is a talent of the first order who should appeal to diverse audiences throughout the world.”  -- Stephen L. Salyer,  President American Public Radio

Bruce A. Henry - vocals

Jo Ann Daugherty - piano

Alex Austin - bass

Linard Stroud - drums

Bruce A. Henry is a vocalist, historian, storyteller, composer and performer extraordinaire.  A baritone, whose three-and-a-half octave range allows him to sing tenor, alto and falsetto, Bruce has a pure voice with a versatility few can match. 

Bruce's music has taken him to five continents, and he has recorded for Disney, HBO and numerous national ad campaigns.  In addition, Bruce has performed with and opened for the likes of Doc Severinson, Roberta Flack, Chris Botti, Ramsey Lewis, Stephane Grapelli, Jimmy Jam and The Sounds of Blackness.

Henry's eclectic vocal style has been influenced by legends such as John Coltrane, Leon Thomas, Gil Scott Heron, Al Jarreau, Nina Simone and Marvin Gaye.  He has a deep understanding of the connection between history, music and culture, and how generations of expression build upon one another.  

Bruce developed The Evolution of African American Music to teach the rich connection from traditional African music to the contemporary music we hear today.


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