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Kathy Wade & the Marc Fields Quartet Jazz Concert
June 14 @ 9:00 pm
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The Cincinnati jazz “Just Friends” concert series continues with Kathy Wade & the Marc Fields Quartet.
Do you need something to do on a Friday night? Grab a glass of wine and enjoy a Cincinnati jazz concert. Kathy Wade continues the “Just Friends” monthly series featuring jazz greats from around the region. This month, the Marc Fields Quartet will accompany her: Marc Fields (trombone), Dan Karlsberg (piano), Terrell Montgomery (bass), and Melvin Broach (drums).
The jazz concert will be at the Greenwich on Friday, June 14th. Admission is $10 at the door and includes complimentary appetizers. The show begins at 9 p.m.
About Kathy Wade
A Cincinnati native, Kathy Wade is a renowned educator, musician, and jazz singer. She has been performing for more than 40 years all over the world, including the US, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean, and Africa. Kathy has opened for many well-known performers like Whitney Houston, Eartha Kitt, Dionne Warwick, Nancy Wilson, Kenny G, and more. Kathy’s recordings include “You Got the Magic”, “Stranger in My Dreams”, and single “Someone’s In Love for which the video counterpart received an Emmy, a Telly, three International Films and Television Awards.
When she is not performing, Kathy manages a labor of love formed with her late husband Dan Jenkins—Learning Through Art, Inc. This non-profit organization provides quality performing arts programs in support of arts education, literacy, community development, and engagement with multi-cultural awareness.
About Marc Fields
Marc Fields currently serves as Adjunct Instructor of Jazz Trombone and Combos at the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music. Since 1989, he has been a trombonist with the Ray Charles Orchestra and has given six world tours. Also, from 1975-1982 he was the trombonist for WLW-TV Staff Orchestra. He is a composer and soloist in the Cohesion Jazz Ensemble, making frequent club appearances and playing jazz festivals.