2/6/2012 9:01:00 AM Gail Kennedy explains the aspects of love for Valentine's Day
Vocalist Gail Kennedy is joined by Steve Sandner and Richard Nix for "Jazz at the Church" at St. Luke's.
Everything you've ever wanted to know about love...etc. just in time for Valentine's Day. Join local favorites vocalist Gail Kennedy and pianist/vocalist Steve Sandner, accompanied by bassist Richard Nix at St. Luke's Episcopal Church on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.
The trio will be covering all the often mysterious, pleasant and sometimes even troubling aspects of this curious thing we call "love" as outlined by songwriters throughout the years at St. Luke's ongoing "Jazz at the Church" series.
Gail Kennedy is a long time Sedona and Northern Arizona performer has appeared in virtually all the venues in Sedona as well as in Prescott.
Prior to moving to Arizona she performed for many years in her native New York as well during her vive-year residence in San Francisco and in Spain.
Fans especially enjoy her soulful rendition of love and torch songs that have touched the heart of many of her music admirers.
Steve Sandner, accompanist and solo performer extraordinaire, came to Arizona from Chicago, Ill. His musical jazz style has elements of big band, blues and swing, and is easy to listen to for jazz aficionados, or even for those who aren't particularly jazz fans. His musical jazz style has elements of big band, blues and swing, and is easy to listen to for jazz aficionados, or even for those who aren't particularly jazz fans. A
Bassist Rich Nix from Northern AZ is accomplished in all musical styles from classical to rock and roll and country and especially in Jazz. Rich has appeared regularly with the Flagstaff symphony orchestra.
Show starts at 3 p.m. There will be a short intermission where refreshments will be served.
Tickets for this event are $10 for regular seating or $15 for reserved seating (first row) and may be obtained at the church. More information as to ticket sales and directions can be obtained by calling (928) 282-7366 or may be purchased at the door.
St. Luke's Church is located on State Route 179 across from and just past the turn off for the Chapel of the Holy Cross.