Morales, Dyer and Green Sing Lambert, Hendricks & Ross "The Hottest New Group in Jazz"

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A tribute to Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross’s landmark 1960 Columbia album, The Hottest New Group in Jazz, is performed by singers Alexa Weber Morales, Juliet Green, and Bryan Dyer. 

Alexa Weber Morales

Alexa Weber Morales is a Grammy Award-winning salsa jazz singer-songwriter noted for "her flamboyantly multilingual repertoire" and based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was born into a musical family in Berkeley, CA, the daughter of a free lance writer and a university administrator. She was studying classical piano by the age of five and gave her first solo vocal performance at an elementary school recital when she was eight years old. She majored in languages at Bryn Mawr College, where she also performed in theater and cabaret.

Her debut album, produced by five-time Grammy Award Nominee Wayne "The Doctor" Wallace, was released in October 2004 on the label she founded, Crazy Monkey Productions. She signed to Wallace's own indie label, Patois Records, in 2007 and co-produced her next album, "Vagabundeo/Wanderings," with Wallace that year. In addition, she wrote lyrics and sang lead vocals for Wallace's "The Reckless Search for Beauty" in 2006. In subsequent years she had vocal credits on Wallace's "Infinity," "The Nature of the Beat" and "Bien! Bien." In 2011, Alexa Weber Morales joined the then-new 19-piece mambo/salsa band Pacific Mambo Orchestra. Leaving Patois Records, she launched a successful Kickstarter campaign and self-produced the all-original album "I Wanna Work For You." After assisting with Pacific Mambo Orchestra's successful 2012 Kickstarter effort, she recorded and composed for their eponymous debut album, which received a Grammy Award for the album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. 

Juliet Green

Swinging standards, sparkling vocalese, sumptuous ballads and smart lyrics are the signature of this Bay Area vocalist. Performing solo or with a vocal ensemble, Juliet Green is a storyteller and songwriter with roots in the jazz tradition and branches reaching into modern popular music. Originally from Maui, Hawaii, Juliet Green has been a singer, songwriter and educator in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1991.

Bryan Dyer

Bryan Dyer is a musician with more than 20 years of professional experience. He’s a versatile multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who performs many styles of music, from classical and avant-garde to rock, jazz, and blues. Music has taken Bryan around the world to perform in countries including Japan, Switzerland, Indonesia, and Jamaica, alongside such artists as Al Green, Michael McDonald, and Bonnie Raitt. Some of the groups he currently performs with include SoVoSo, Slammin All-Body Band, Chelle! and Friends, Rankin’ Scroo & Ginger, and Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir.

Bass: Jeff Chambers, Piano: Murray Low, Drums: Jason Lewis, Saxophone: Galen Green
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Morales, Dyer and Green Sing Lambert, Hendricks & Ross "The Hottest New Group in Jazz"
Friday, October 27, 2017 8:30 PM
Angelicas, Redwood City, CA
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