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Vic’s Las Vegas jazzes up June with live music

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June 6, 2024

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VIC’S LAS VEGAS JAZZES UP JUNE WITH LIVE MUSIC

WHAT:             Vic’s Las Vegas brings world-class jazz artists to entertain diners throughout the month of June.

WHEN:            June 8             JONATHAN KARRANT Birthday Celebration – 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
June 14-15      DAVE TULL
– 7 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.
June 27-29      ANNIE HÄGG and the High Kicks
– 7 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.

WHERE:          Vic’s Las Vegas
                        355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
No cover and no minimums. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

ABOUT JONATHAN KARRANT

Jonathan Karrant was born in the heart of America at the foothills of the Ozarks in the old western town of Fort Smith, Arkansas east of the Arkansas River. The joyous home in which Jonathan grew up was filled with art, music, and dance. Jonathan sang for hours every day, honing-in on his own type of music and style. When he was seven, he began singing publicly. His first solo was at his church with Nancy Vernon, musical director and organist, directing and accompanying him. Then, that summer in Eureka Springs, he walked into a nightclub, made his way to the stage, and asked the band to accompany him while he sang “Stormy Monday.” The band agreed, and he was a big hit with the audience, as well as with the band.

Jonathan began to take every opportunity to sing and perform at all kinds of events, weddings, celebrations, at church, in clubs and lounges, wherever he was asked to perform. After performing as a soloist with the Don Bailey Jazz Concerts, he was advised to strike-out to Las Vegas. Without ever having visited there, he drove across the country and jumped into the music scene, singing in supper clubs and lounges and casinos. While there, he had the opportunity to record with Vince Falcone, noted music director and pianist. And, in San Diego, he began performing in some of the most respected venues of that city. He has traveled for performances across the states as well as in Europe. He continues to grow an adoring and loyal following of fans who appreciate his artistry.

Audiences have characterized Jonathan as a great interpreter of song, a storyteller, a singer who brings music and lyrics alive. Some refer to Jonathan as an amazing song-stylist who sings from the American songbook, an entertainer of star quality. Others say he paints a picture, he presents a mood and captivates a room through song. Jazz Corner said “Karrant’s voice is romantic without being cloying, warm but not forced” and “that he sings standards with an emotional weight that make it seem as if he had written the songs himself”. He will tell you that he loves people, loves connecting with other musicians and with his audience, and loves sharing time with those who also love to celebrate life and music.

Jonathan’s album “On and On” hit number four in the jazz charts. The album features such songs as “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” and “Doodlin’,” as well as the title track, and was produced by Tyler Monks, with pianist Josh Nelson, bassist Rob Thorsen, guitarist Mark Shapiro, and drummer Duncan Moore.

Jonathan was honored in the 2014 New York City Jazz Cabaret Honors and, in 2015, he was voted “Best Singer” for the Bravo San Diego Awards. Also, in 2015 Jonathan was asked to present two-time Grammy Award winner, Diane Schuur, with the proclamation of “Diane Schuur Day” in Palm Springs, Ca. In his popular single, “Lady in Red”, Jonathan truly shines. Backed by pianist Mikan Zlatkovich, bassist Bob Magnusson and drummer Duncan Moore, Karrant sets himself apart from other contemporaries on this single. Ultimately, he displays brilliance through phrasing and languid passages that linger.

ABOUT DAVE TULL

Dave Tull has long been known as one of the world’s finest jazz drummers and has also built a reputation as a premiere jazz singer and songwriter. Dave Tull’s latest release, “Texting and Driving” was the #2 most requested new album of 2018 on SiriusXM Real Jazz and was featured by NPR’s Susan Stamberg on Weekend Edition. Singing from the drums, Dave brings to the stage a rare combination of joyous songwriting, world-class jazz singing and drumming. Think “Frishberg meets Gershwin”. Dave’s songs have been called both “laugh out loud funny” and inspiring of “soul searching and introspection”, propelling “Texting and Driving” to #5 on the Billboard Jazz Chart, and #3 on the Billboard Comedy Chart in the same week, and 23 weeks on the JazzWeek chart! Dave’s celebrated first CD, “I Just Want To Get Paid”, continues to get regular airplay many years after its release.

ABOUT ANNIE HÄGG

Annie is an actress and singer from New York City. A graduate of Yale School of Drama, she has appeared extensively on both stage and screen, and is best known on television for playing Holocaust survivor Ruth Heidelbaum opposite Al Pacino in the Amazon series “Hunters”—a role for which she shaved her head and learned Polish. On stage, Annie has played roles ranging from the heroines of Shakespeare, Chekhov, and Ibsen to such iconic women as Cleopatra and Marilyn Monroe. Frequently cast as femme fatales, spies and whores, she excels as the comedienne and brings all of these personae into her frequent gigs as a downtown jazz singer. Specializing in the American songbook and singing a wide range of repertoire in Spanish, French, German, Italian and Portuguese, Annie—along with her band “The High Kicks”—has established herself as a fixture of the New York City jazz scene.

On stage, Annie is currently in rehearsals for Uncle Stan in Berlin, the latest brainchild of renowned Russian auteur theatre director Dmitry Krymov, with whom she frequently collaborates. Previously, Annie starred in Krymov’s productions Three Love Stories by the Railroad (La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club), Chaplin and Mikhoels (New York Theatre Workshop) and The Square Root of Three Sisters (International Festival of Arts and Ideas). Other stage credits include Dancing at Lughansa (Irish Repertory Theatre), The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Indecent, The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls and Owners (Yale Repertory Theatre), Staging Wittgenstein (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) and Boeing-Boeing (New Harmony Theatre). Up next, Annie will play Marilyn Monroe in a one-woman show called Love is Blonde written by Argia Coppola, based on the novel Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates.

On television, Annie will next appear in a recurring role opposite Aubrey Plaza in the upcoming series “Olga Dies Dreaming.” Other television credits include the upcoming “Daredevil: Born Again” series opposite Charlie Cox, “Pose,” “The Blacklist,” “Blue Bloods,” “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Law & Order: SVU” and the aforementioned “Hunters.”  Her film credits include Tomorrow (with Stephen Fry), A Place We Go To, Prepartum, So Good to See You, Symposium and The River, among others.

Annie has an extraordinary gift for languages and has performed in Swedish, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, and Yiddish and with a broad range of British and Irish accents. In addition to an MFA in Acting from Yale, she holds a BA in International History from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, the award-winning Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
hillary@sropr.com

 


Swing into Vic’s Las Vegas for live jazz in May

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May 2, 2024

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SWING INTO VIC’S LAS VEGAS FOR WORLD-CLASS LIVE JAZZ THIS MAY

WHAT:                  Vic’s Las Vegas has filled its calendar with a host of world-class jazz artists to entertain diners throughout the month of May.

WHEN:                 JOE LANO TRIO                                              Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4 with two shows nightly at 7:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m.         

TOM SCOTT, JOE LANO,
DOMAS ŽEROMSKAS,
STEVE FLORA &
HÉCTOR L. FALU GUZMÁN                          Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11 with two shows nightly at 7:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m., and Sunday, May 12 at 1 p.m.

BENNY BENACK III                                         Wednesday, May 15 at 8:30 p.m.

DAVE DAMIANI                                              Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18 with two shows nightly at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

SHELLY BERG                                                   Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1 with two shows nightly at 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

WHERE:               Vic’s Las Vegas
                              355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
No cover and no minimums. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

ABOUT JOE LANO

Internationally acclaimed guitarist, arranger, and orchestrator, Joe Lano is originally from Philadelphia, where he began performing in nightclubs with his own group at the age of 12. In 1964, tours with Lena Horne led him to Las Vegas, where he now resides. Lano’s performance schedule today includes gigs, clinics, and tours with his group; showroom and hotel engagements in Las Vegas; arranging and producing projects for recording and live performance; and the occasional tour with headline performers. He has been guitarist for the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon for more than 25 years.

ABOUT TOM SCOTT

Tom Scott is a renowned composer, arranger, producer, music director, saxophonist, and educator. His 33 solo recordings have earned him 13 Grammy nominations and 3 Grammy awards. In 2013 he produced a CD for young ukulele master Brittni Paiva which won a Hawaiian Grammy for ‘Ukulele Album of the Year’, and in 2017 received his first Emmy Award nomination for Musical Direction of the Tony Bennett 90th Birthday TV Special on NBC.

ABOUT DOMAS ŽEROMSKAS

The 23-year-old Lithuanian jazz pianist and composer has spent his early formative years on stage alongside prominent native jazz veterans. By the time he graduated high school, Domas was already a sought-after player, known for his technical versatility and soulful, eclectic taste. At the age of 18 Žeromskas released his debut album “Infinite Itinerant,” showcasing original music composed and arranged during his teenage years, some tunes dating back to 2015. Along with an abundant team of Lithuanian musicians, the album featured guest performances from Braxton Cook & Gustav Karlström. In the following years he has been recording and touring internationally with artists such as Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Gregory Tardy, Naledi Masilo and Eric Williams, among others.

ABOUT STEVE FLORA

Steve Flora was born in Indiana October 31, 1970, and has had a life-long obsession for music of all kinds, with a profound emphasis on American Jazz. He is currently in the Jazz Bass faculty for University of Nevada Las Vegas and The Nevada School of the Arts. Steve attended Broad Ripple High School’s Creative and Performing Arts program in Indianapolis, Berklee College of Music (Boston), and graduated from Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He studied privately with Ray Brown, Milt Hinton, and François Rabbath.

ABOUT HÉCTOR L. FALU GUZMÁN

Guzmán is an up-and-coming drummer, composer, and aspiring ethnomusicologist hailing from the island of Puerto Rico, currently based in Boston, MA. Recently into his twenties, Héctor is a passionate young jazz artist dedicated both to learning from the history of the world and sharing his own stories, exploring new ideas and revisiting wisdom from older times in tandem. Notable performances as a sideman include Jacques Schwarz-Bart’s “Harlem Suite” at L’OFF Festival de Jazz de Montréal, and Gregory Tardy Quartet at Smalls Jazz Club. Héctor’s first release as bandleader, “Understanding Each Other,” came out March 22, 2023.

ABOUT BENNY BENACK III

By age 32, Emmy-nominated trumpeter and singer Benny Benack III has proven to be that rarest of talents: not only a fiery trumpet player with a stirring command of the postbop trumpet vernacular in the vein of Kenny Dorham and Freddie Hubbard, but also a singer with a sly, mature, naturally expressive delivery in the post-Sinatra mold, performing standards and his own astute songs with a thrilling sense of showmanship. This dual-threat ability was recognized by the 2022 Downbeat Critics Poll where he appeared as not only the #2 Rising Star Male Vocalist, but a top Rising Star Trumpeter as well. His superb intonation and bracing virtuosity enable him to handle astounding feats of originally composed vocalese (complex solos with written lyrics). On top of it all, he’s a highly capable pianist as well.

Benny has performed internationally as an Emcee/Host for the YouTube sensation Postmodern Jukebox and achieved his own viral success amassing millions of views for his crooning alongside the Grammy-award winning “8-Bit Big Band”. In early 2020 he released A Lot of Livin’ to Do, the follow-up to his well-received 2017 debut One of a Kind. This sophomore effort, richly varied in mood and brimming with bop inflection, features bassist extraordinaire and jazz ambassador Christian McBride (whose Grammy-award winning Big Band frequently calls upon Benny in the trumpet section) and drummer/producer Ulysses Owens, Jr., as well as the radiant Takeshi Ohbayashi on piano and Rhodes. His vocalese duet on “Social Call” from this album alongside fellow young star vocalist Veronica Swift became an instant smash hit single, being transcribed, and learned by jazz vocalists around the world.

ABOUT DAVE DAMIANI

Dave Damiani is an American singer, songwriter, producer based out of Los Angeles, CA. Having started as a bartender at the famed CHARLIE O’S JAZZ CLUB in Valley Village, CA, Dave Damiani had the opportunity to work, learn and become friends with some of the best musicians on the planet. Legends like Earl Palmer, Marty Harris, Ross Tompkins, Sam Most, Teddy Edwards, John Heard, Roy McCurdy, Frank Capp, Ernie McDaniel, Dini Clarke, Danny Grissett, George Gaffney, Mark Murphy, and Richie Cole (just to name a few) took time to mentor Dave Damiani, share stories and chord changes.

Shortly after receiving his master’s degree in Commercial Music from the California State University in Los Angeles, Dave began his pursuit to put together the perfect band with youth and style.  His debut album “Watch What Happens” has been receiving worldwide airplay. Brad “Martini” Chambers was the first to discover Dave Damiani’s originality.  Brad has been playing him constantly on www.martiniinthemorning.com since 2013. Additionally, receiving airplay on over 300 radio stations and on Satellite Radio XM 71 (Siriusly Sinatra). In January Dave Damiani hosted his own hour on Sirius XM Siriuisly Sinatra #71, while hosting his good friend and New Jersey brother Joe Piscopo swung the studio say hi!

Dave Damiani & The No Vacancy Orchestra have produced shows with Frank Sinatra Enterprises, The Grove, Citi, Capital One, American Airlines, Jack Daniels, George Benson, Molly Ringwald, Bobby Ridel, Landau Murphy Jr., Hailey Reinhart, Renee Olstead, Steve Tyrel, Larry King.

Dave Damiani has performed for Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Seacrest, Gene Simmons, David Spade, David Hasslehoff, Jack Klugman, CBS Television, ABC Television, FOX Television, Polo, The Marriott Corporation, EHarmony, Monster Energy Drink, Apple Computer, Microsoft, CITI (CitiBank), The Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, Ryan Kavinaugh & Relativity Media, Wolfgang Puck, Cuba Gooding Jr, Oliver Stone, Ridley Scott, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Cafe’ Carlyle – New York City, The Jazz Kitchen – Indianapolis, The Radio Hall Of Fame, Charles Durning, Ray Liotta, Budweiser, University of Texas – San Antonio and many more…

ABOUT SHELLY BERG

Shelly Berg is a Steinway piano artist and five-time Grammy-nominated arranger, orchestrator, and producer. His newest album Alegría will be recorded with bassist Carlitos Del Puerto and Dafnis Prieto and released June 2024 on ArtistShare.

Prior albums Gershwin Reimagined: An American in London (Decca Gold), The Deep (Chesky), The Nearness of You (Arbors), Blackbird (Concord) and The Will (CARS) are critically acclaimed. Berg earned three Grammy nominations in the Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) category with jazz singer-lyricist Lorraine Feather and international superstar Gloria Estefan, and a fourth Grammy nomination as co-producer of Gloria Estefan: The Standards (Sony). He earned his fifth Grammy nomination as co-arranger of “I Loves You Porgy / There’s a Boat That’s Leavin’ Soon for New York” from the album Rendezvous (2018) featuring jazz singers Clint Holmes and Dee Dee Bridgewater with The Count Basie Orchestra.

Other recent projects include arranging, orchestrating, and co-producing the Estefan Family Christmas album, and recording and/or performing with Tony Bennett, Steve Miller, Seal, Lizz Wright, Andra Day, Monica Mancini, Kari Kirkland, Carmen Bradford, Chris Botti, Renée Fleming, and Arturo Sandoval. He is also artistic director of The Jazz Cruise, and artistic advisor for the Jazz Roots series at the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center of Miami-Dade County.

An award-winning educator with over 40 years of leadership in higher education, Shelly Berg is Dean and Patricia L. Frost Professor of Music at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami. He was previously the McCoy/Sample Professor of Jazz Studies at the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California and a past president of the International Association for Jazz Education (IAJE). In 2003 he was honored as Educator of the Year by the Los Angeles Jazz Society and in 2002 received the IAJE Lawrence Berk Leadership Award. In 2000 the Los Angeles Times named him one of three “Educators for the Millennium.”

His textbooks include Essentials of Jazz Theory, the Chop-Monster beginning improvisation series, Rhythm Section Workshop for Jazz Directors (Alfred Music) and Jazz Improvisation: The Goal-Note Method (Kendor). He has appeared as a performer and lecturer throughout the United States as well as in Canada, China, Mexico, Europe, Israel, Japan, Romania, and Venezuela.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
hillary@sropr.com

 


Celebrate Mother’s Day at Vic’s Las Vegas with special live jazz performance Sun., May 12

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April 16, 2024

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CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY AT VIC’S LAS VEGAS SUNDAY, MAY 12

Live jazz by Tom Scott, Joe Lano, and Domas Žeromskas, featuring Steve Flora and Héctor L. Falu, starts at 1 p.m.

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WHAT:             Treat Mom to an elegant Mother’s Day Brunch with live jazz and a complimentary mimosa at Vic’s Las Vegas this Mother’s Day. Enjoy offerings from their Italian American menu or delight in specials only a mother could love, including:

      • Crab Benedict – with roasted potatoes, baby carrots, and asparagus ($28)
      • Waffles with Berries – with two eggs and two slices of bacon ($18)
      • Quiche – choice of Ham & Cheese or Florentine ($25)
      • Lobster & Cheese Raviolis– heart-shaped and topped with pecorino Romano ($20)
      • Swordfish – with chimichurri sauce and seasonal vegetables ($34)
      • Kids special: Waffle with Berries – half a waffle, one egg, and one slice of bacon ($9)

Live jazz by Tom Scott, Joe Lano, and Domas Žeromskas, featuring Steve Flora and Héctor L. Falu, starts at 1 p.m.

WHEN:            Sunday, May 12, 2024

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
Reservations are encouraged.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
Hillary@sropr.com

Photo of Crab Benedict is courtesy of Vic’s Las Vegas. Additional images available upon request.

 


Hop into Vic’s Las Vegas for Easter Brunch and Live Jazz this Sunday

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March 25, 2024

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HOP INTO VIC’S LAS VEGAS FOR EASTER BRUNCH SUNDAY, MARCH 31

Enjoy live jazz from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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WHAT:             Vic’s Las Vegas is serving up an eggs-traordinary brunch with something for every bunny. Enjoy offerings from their Italian American menu or delight in their Easter specials, including:

      • Eggs Benedict – with hollandaise sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, and roasted asparagus ($17)
      • Waffles with Berries ($15)
      • Leg of Lamb – with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus ($38)
      • Salmon Oscar – sauteed and served with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus ($42)
      • Shrimp Scampi – with angel hair pasta and topped with pecorino cheese ($36)

Diners will enjoy live music by the LVA Jazz Trio from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

WHEN:            Sunday, March 31, 2024

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
Reservations are encouraged.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
Hillary@sropr.com

Photo of Eggs Benedict is courtesy of Vic’s Las Vegas. Additional images available upon request.

 


Spring fling into Vic’s Las Vegas this St. Patrick’s Day

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March 5, 2024

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SPRING FLING INTO VIC’S LAS VEGAS THIS ST. PATRICK’S DAY

Vic’s Player’s Card members can try their luck for a pot of gold on slots

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WHAT:                        Lads and lassies will delight in food, beverage, and gaming specials when celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at Vic’s Las Vegas. Enjoy such Irish inspired dishes as Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage – Corned Beef and Cabbage with Potatoes and Carrots (pictured, $28), or a Classic Shepherd’s Pie – Lamb with Vegetables in a Rich Gravy, Topped with Cheesy Mashed Potatoes and Baked ($25). Their menu of Italian American favorites will also be offered.

Drink Specials:
$5 Guinness
$7 Green Draft Beer Pint – Trumer Pilsner
$7 Jameson Cocktails
$7 Irish Car Bombs
$9 Boozy Shamrock Shake

Player’s Card members earn double points all day. Players who hit a straight flush or a royal flush in the Club suit will win an additional $500 Free Play, and any gamer who plays a minimum of 100 points will be entered in a drawing to win $250.

WHEN:            Sunday, March 17, 2024

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
Reservations are encouraged.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
Hillary@sropr.com

Photo is courtesy of Vic’s Las Vegas

 


Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters celebrate album release at Vic’s on Mon., March 4

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February 23, 2024

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ADAM SCHROEDER & MARK MASTERS CELEBRATE ALBUM RELEASE AT VIC’S LAS VEGAS MARCH 4

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WHO:             Baritone saxophonist, bandleader, and UNLV Professor Adam Schroeder and composer/arranger Mark Masters will perform to celebrate the recent release of CT!, their new album featuring thirteen tunes in the Basie/Ellington/Strayhorn style, all composed by renowned trumpeter Clark Terry.

All About Jazz’ Pierre Giroux states, “In jazz, where the past intertwines with the present and the future, few figures were as influential as the legendary trumpeter Clark Terry. During his playing career, he developed a creative, bouncy style with an irrepressible rhythmic verve that was entirely his own. The album CT! with baritone saxophonist Adam Schroeder and arranger Mark Masters serves as a heartfelt homage to this jazz icon, presenting fresh and invigorating arrangements of 13 Clark Terry originals skillfully performed by a 12-piece ensemble.”

WHEN:            Monday, March 4, 2024, 7 p.m.

No cover. No minimum purchase required. Reservations are encouraged.

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park

ABOUT ADAM SCHROEDER
Baritone Saxophonist Adam Schroeder has established his influence as a major voice and force within the global jazz community becoming the first call for a multitude of musical situations in addition to his dedication and devotion towards extensive educational outreach. Schroeder’s third release as a leader, “CT! Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters celebrate Clark Terry,” (CAPRI 2024) was released on Jan. 19, 2024, and is already gaining critical acclaim around the globe. His debut release, “A Handful of Stars,” (CAPRI 2010) reached #10 on the JazzWeek Radio Chart and was also recognized as one of the “Top 100 Releases for 2010.”  “Let’s,” (CAPRI 2014) his second release as a leader was recognized by the JazzWeek National Jazz Radio Chart as one of the “Top 100 Releases for 2014.” Holding a BM in Jazz Studies from Texas State University, San Marcos and a MM in Jazz Studies from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, California State University, Long Beach, Schroeder presently serves as an Associate Professor of Jazz & Commercial Music at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and was just awarded the States Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) 2023 Regents’ Award for Creative Activities. Earlier that same year, Schroeder was awarded an “Project Grant for Artists” from the Nevada Arts Council.  In 2022, he was also awarded UNLV’s “Charles Vanda Award for the Excellence in the Arts.”

As a Yamaha Artist, a D’Addario Reeds Artist and a Capri Records Artist, Adam; voted a “Rising Star” on the Baritone Saxophone in Down Beat Magazine’s 59th, 63rd, 64th, 65th, 66th, 67th, 70th and 71st Annual Critic’s Poll and furthermore recognized in Down Beat Magazine’s 76th, 79th, 80th, 82nd and 84th Annual Reader’s Polls, regularly leads his own quartet performing throughout the nation in addition to serving as a guest artist and clinician for jazz camps and festivals around the globe.  Recently John Beasley’s MONK’estra, one of the many large ensembles Adam is a core and featured member of, was up for their 7th and 8th Grammy nominations.  These nominations resulted in a 2021 Grammy Win for this ensemble.  Mr. Schroeder is also the former Director of the School of Jazz at the Nevada School of the Arts.  Performance highlights include contributions to many GRAMMY-Award winning and nominated albums, playing with Lady Gaga’s “Jazz & Piano Shows,” Quincy Jones, the Los Angeles & Las Vegas Philharmonic’s, the Ray Charles Orchestra, Vince Mendoza, Chucho Valdés, Michael Bublé, John Beasley’s MONK’estra, the Bob Mintzer Big Band, the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, the Count Basie Orchestra and with Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band amongst others.  Schroeder can also be recognized for his network television appearances on NBC’s “The Voice,” “X-Factor,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show;” ABC’s “The Middle,” FOX’s “American Idol,” Disney’s “Dodo Beach,” “Elena of Avalor” and “Tangled,” Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful,” the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, the 20th Annual Latin Grammy Awards and in film credits including “Let Them All Talk,” “Storks,” “The Good Dinosaur,” “Purl,” “Small Town Crime,” “SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run,” and “Own The Room.”  Schroeder created and curated three seasons of the concert series “Journey Through Jazz” at the Las Vegas Clark County Library District in conjunction with the Las Vegas Jazz Society, the Jazz Education Network, the Nevada School of the Arts, and the Clark County School District.  Schroeder recently completed the 16-day European tour with the Clayton Hamilton Jazz Orchestra featuring B-3 organist Akiko Tsuruga.  Other highlighted performances from 2023 include the Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano Shows; the Lou Ruvo ‘Power of Love, Keep the Memory Alive’ Gala; the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra at Walt Disney Concert Hall, at CSUN, at Hitkor Studios featuring Haley Reinhart, and at the Hollywood Bowl featuring Diana Krall; the Latin Music Awards; and Vince Mendoza with Luciana Souza at the Ford Amphitheatre.  For more information, please visit www.lowblowschroe.com.

ABOUT MARK MASTERS

Mark Masters is an inventive and prolific composer and arranger from southern California.  He organized his first ensemble in 1982.  In 1990, Masters wrote the album PRIESTESS (Capri 74031) to feature Billy Harper and Jimmy Knepper.  A subsequent recording with Knepper, THE JIMMY KNEPPER SONGBOOK (Focus 1001, 1993) featured arrangements by Masters of Knepper’s compositions.

The most recent recording by Masters, OUR METIER (Capri 74150, 2018), features Andrew Cyrille, Oliver Lake, Gary Foster, Mark Turner, Tim Hagans, Putter Smith, and Dave Woodley in a large ensemble setting.  Michael Ullman calls OUR METIER “…an eclectic and beautifully accomplished big band recording that is made up of, for once, Masters’ originals.” DOWNBEAT magazine awarded the recording four stars in its December 2018 issue.  FAREWELL WALTER DEWEY REDMAN (Capri 74089, 2008) features Masters’ “in and out” approach and re-casts Dewey Redman’s music while retaining its substance.  The project features Oliver Lake, Tim Hagans, Dave Carpenter, and Peter Erskine. Other recordings include WISH ME WELL (Capri 74078, 2005), with Steve Kuhn, Gary Smulyan, Gary Foster, and Tim Hagans, EXPLORATION (Capri 74068, 2004) with Grachan Moncur III’s octet arranged by Masters, ONE DAY WITH LEE (Capri 74064, 2004) featuring alto saxophonist Lee Konitz, and THE CLIFFORD BROWN PROJECT (Capri 74059, 2003) featuring Jack Montrose, Gary Smulyan, Tim Hagans, Cecilia Coleman, and Joe La Barbera. In addition, in 2013 Capri released two recordings, ELLINGTON SAXOPHONE ENCOUNTERS (Capri 74118), and EVERYTHING YOU DID: THE MUSIC OF WALTER BECKER & DONALD FAGEN (Capri 74123).  Released in 2017, BLUE SKYLIGHT (Capri 74143) features Masters’ innovative ensemble writing and unique approach to the music of Gerry Mulligan and Charles Mingus.  In 2008, Masters wrote the arrangements for Gary Smulyan’s Reservoir Music (195) release THE JAZZ SOUL OF FRANKIE LAINE.

Masters’ 2005 recording PORGY AND BESS…REDEFINED! (Capri 74069) is a more harmonically adventurous approach to Gershwin’s classic folk opera than what has come before.  John Kelman, writing for All About Jazz said “…Masters’ score is the real star here.  From the opening fanfare he introduces two contrasting elements that, to a large part, define the approach to the whole suite-vibrant swing and some surprisingly free passages.  He clearly proves that it’s possible to take a piece that has been approached from a variety of angles and still find a new way in.”

Since 1998, Masters has been president of The American Jazz Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to the enrichment and enhancement of the appreciation of jazz.  Under Masters’ direction, the AJI supports activities that educate and expose the public to jazz through live performance and an oral history project, as well as by supporting charitable endeavors that advance jazz music.  One such endeavor is the AJI’s FIND YOUR OWN VOICE mentoring program that takes professional musicians to middle and upper school campuses to present clinics and master classes to student musicians.  Masters is currently teaching beginning instrumental music in the Temecula, California schools and volunteering at Eagle Rock High School in Los Angeles, teaching a beginning jazz ensemble.

From 1999 through 2006, Masters was a guest lecturer at Claremont McKenna College involved with the History of Jazz class (ID 109) overseeing an oral history project and writing for and producing a series of concerts that brought such notable artists to the college as Billy Harper, Billy Hart, Bennie Maupin, Rufus Reid, Sam Rivers, Andrew Cyrille, Mark Turner, Gary Foster, Lee Konitz, Jack Montrose, John La Porta, Tim Hagans, Gary Smulyan, Ray Drummond, Steve Kuhn, Peter Erskine, Joe La Barbera, Ted Brown, Grachan Moncur III, Henry Grimes, and Dewey Redman.

In DOWNBEAT magazine’s annual critics poll during the early 2000s, Masters was among those named in the RISING STAR: ARRANGER category.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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Catch the Big Game at Vic’s Las Vegas

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January 25, 2024

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WATCH THE BIG GAME AT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

WHAT:             Watch the Big Game in style at Vic’s Las Vegas! With plenty of TVs throughout the venue, there’s not a bad seat in the house to catch all the action! Enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet for $40 per person that includes Beef Sliders, a selection of their signature Crusts (pizzas), Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs, Pop’s Meatballs with Pomodoro, mini–Pretzel Bites with Beer Cheese dipping sauce, House Potato Chips, Spaghetti with Pomodoro, and a fresh vegetable platter. Drink specials will be offered throughout the day.

Vic’s Player’s Card holders receive 2x points from 9 a.m. – Midnight.
WHEN:            Sunday, February 11, 2024

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
Reservations are encouraged.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

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310-367-9056
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Vic’s Las Vegas gets jazzy and jolly this Christmas

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December 8, 2023

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IT’S A JAZZY JOLLY HOLIDAY AT VIC’S LAS VEGAS THIS CHRISTMAS

Enjoy delicious cuisine set to a live holiday soundtrack and celebrate the wonder of the season

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WHAT:            Vic’s Las Vegas gets jazzy and jolly on Christmas Day! Enjoy a Prime Rib special with blackened shrimp, accompanied by a creamy horseradish sauce and au jus, and served with house mixed vegetables for $52, or delight in a selection from their twist on Italian American cuisine.

Live music featuring holiday standards begins at 1 p.m.

WHEN:            Monday, December 25, 2023

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park
Reservations are encouraged.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

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310-367-9056
Hillary@sropr.com

Image is courtesy of Vic’s Las Vegas

 


Celebrate Thanksgiving at Vic’s Las Vegas

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November 13, 2023

 

CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING AT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

WHAT:            Celebrate Thanksgiving at Vic’s Las Vegas with a savory prix fixe menu featuring traditional favorites for $42 per person. Vic’s will also offer their full menu featuring Italian-American cuisine, and guests can enjoy live jazz from Noon – 8 p.m.

Starter – choice of Vic’s House Salad or Butternut Squash Soup with Cream

Entrée – choice of Roasted Turkey Breast, Honey Glazed Ham, or a Turkey and Ham Combo

Sides – choice of three: Whipped Mashed Potatoes, Candied Yams, Green Beans, Brussel Sprouts with Bacon, Mac & Cheese, or Homemade Vegetarian Stuffing

Dessert – choice of pie served a la mode: Apple, Pecan, or Pumpkin

WHEN:            Thursday, Nov. 23, 2023

No cover. No minimum purchase required. Reservations are encouraged.

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
Hillary@sropr.com

 

 

 


Vic’s Las Vegas is primed for great live jazz this November

 

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November 6, 2023

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VIC’S LAS VEGAS IS PRIMED FOR GREAT LIVE JAZZ THIS NOVEMBER

Enjoy the new Prime Rib special every Monday for just $40

WHO:              Vic’s Las Vegas welcomes a cornucopia of top jazz talent in November and introduces a new Prime Rib special offered every Monday night for just $40. Savor a 14 oz. Prime Rib, served with creamy mashed potatoes, and aromatic au jus.

WHEN:            Thursday, Nov. 9: JOI Orchestra feat. Dave Damiani

Friday, Nov. 10 & Saturday, Nov. 11: Ken Peplowski

Friday, Nov. 17 & Saturday, Nov. 18: Tierney Sutton & Tamir Hendelman – Autumn Serenade: Songs of Fall

Thursday, Nov. 30 & Friday, Dec. 1: Patty Ascher

No cover. No minimum purchase required. Reservations are encouraged.

WHERE:         Vic’s Las Vegas
355 Promenade Place in Symphony Park

ABOUT DAVE DAMIANI

Dave Damiani is an American singer, songwriter, producer based out of Los Angeles, CA. Having started as a bartender at the famed CHARLIE O’S JAZZ CLUB in Valley Village, CA, Dave Damiani had the opportunity to work, learn and become friends with some of the best musicians on the planet. Legends like Earl Palmer, Marty Harris, Ross Tompkins, Sam Most, Teddy Edwards, John Heard, Roy McCurdy, Frank Capp, Ernie McDaniel, Dini Clarke, Danny Grissett, George Gaffney, Mark Murphy, and Richie Cole (just to name a few) took time to mentor Dave Damiani, share stories and chord changes.

Shortly after receiving his master’s degree in Commercial Music from the California State University in Los Angeles, Dave began his pursuit to put together the perfect band with youth and style. His debut album “Watch What Happens” has been receiving worldwide airplay. Brad “Martini” Chambers was the first to discover Dave Damiani’s originality. Brad has been playing him constantly on www.martiniinthemorning.com since 2013. Additionally, receiving airplay on over 300 radio stations and on Satellite Radio XM 71 (Siriusly Sinatra). In January Dave Damiani hosted his own hour on Sirius XM Siriuisly Sinatra #71, while hosting his good friend and New Jersey brother Joe Piscopo swung the studio say, “hi”!

Dave Damiani & The No Vacancy Orchestra have produced shows with Frank Sinatra Enterprises, The Grove, Citi, Capital One, American Airlines, Jack Daniels, George Benson, Molly Ringwald, Bobby Ridel, Landau Murphy Jr., Hailey Reinhart, Renee Olstead, Steve Tyrel, Larry King.

Damiani has produced four albums for himself and most recently Bending the Standard, The Anthology.

ABOUT KEN PEPLOWSKI

Ken Peplowski is a Buffet-Crampon artist, and plays the R-13 clarinet, with a Portnoy mouthpiece and Van Doren German-cut reeds. He also plays a Conn tenor sax and a Berg Larsen mouthpiece. Playing since elementary school, Ken Peplowski joined the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra under the direction of Buddy Morrow, and has certainly “checked all the boxes” be it in small clubs, the Hollywood Bowl (where he played a sold-out concert), headlining in Las Vegas, the Newport Jazz Festival, pops concerts, European festivals and clubs, or at home in NYC, doing everything from playing on the soundtracks to Woody Allen movies, guest soloing on records (his more interesting recent ones were Marianne Faithfull and Cuban vocalist Isaac Delgado) to taking on the role of music director for interactive French and Italian cookbooks (“Menus And Music”).

The litany of musicians Ken has collaborated with includes Mel Torme, Leon Redbone, Charlie Byrd, Peggy Lee, George Shearing, Madonna, Hank Jones, Dave Frishberg, Rosemary Clooney, Tom Harrell, James Moody, Cedar Walton, Houston Person, Steve Allen, Bill Charlap, Woody Allen, Marianne Faithfull, Isaac Delgado, and Erich Kunzel.

Ken’s new CD is called “Sunrise” and it is a big band record of new arrangements written exclusively for him, plus some reworking of classic arrangements. His upcoming CD is a duo record with Brazilian guitarist Diego Figuereido entitled “Amizade.”

He is currently the artistic director of the Sarasota Jazz Festival, the Newport Beach Jazz Party, and the Oregon Coast Jazz Party in Newport, Oregon.  Ken Peplowski has also been bestowed this year’s “Creative Arts Prize in Recognition of Outstanding Contribution in The Field of The Creative Arts” by the Polish American Historical Association.

ABOUT TIERNEY SUTTON

Nine-time Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton has received a “Best Jazz Vocal Album” Grammy nod for every project she has released in the last decade. Known for her impeccable voice and imaginative treatments of The Great American Songbook, Sutton is heralded for her abilities as both a jazz storyteller and her ability to use her voice as an instrument. Her 14 recordings as leader have addressed themes such as materialism (“Desire” 2009), the pursuit of happiness (“On The Other Side” 2007), as well as paying tribute to the music of Bill Evans (“Blue In Green” 2002), Frank Sinatra (“Dancing In The Dark” 2004), and pop icon Sting (“The Sting Variations” 2016). Her 2013 Joni Mitchell tribute, “After Blue” featured keyboardist Larry Goldings, drummer Peter Erskine, jazz vocal legend Al Jarreau, and NEA Jazz Master flautist Hubert Laws.

In May 2016, legendary Director Clint Eastwood approached Tierney. The original score to his box-office smash, “Sully,” was created by Tierney Sutton Band pianist, Christian Jacob, The Tierney Sutton Band and Clint Eastwood. The end-title song “Flying Home” features music by Eastwood and lyrics by Tierney Sutton and JB Eckl. It is performed by Tierney Sutton and The Tierney Sutton Band.

When she is not performing, Tierney is in demand as both a studio vocal producer and vocal educator. In 2016 she worked with famed lyric soprano Natalie Dessay for Sony Classics’ “Pictures of America” and the soon to be released “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow”.

Tierney taught for over a decade at USC’s Thornton School of Music and spent 6 years as the Vocal Department Head at The Los Angeles College of Music in Pasadena, CA. She has also taught and mentored some of the finest new generation of singers including Gretchen Parlato and Sara Gazarek.

ABOUT TAMIR HENDELMAN

An Israeli American jazz pianist, Hendelman has performed with the Jeff Hamilton Trio, the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Harry Allen, Teddy Edwards, Warren Vaché, Houston Person, Jeff Clayton, Nick Brignola, Phil Upchurch, Rickey Woodard, John Clayton and Barbara Morrison. He also leads his own trio, and his debut CD Playground features him in this trio setting. His album Destinations features Lewis Nash and Marco Panascia. The album reached number one on the JazzWeek Jazz Charts in September 2010.

Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tamir Hendelman began his keyboard studies at age 6. In 1984, he moved to the United States and won Yamaha’s National Keyboard competition two years later at age 14. Concerts in Japan and the Kennedy Center followed.

He then studied at the Tanglewood Institute in 1988 and received a Bachelor of Music Composition degree from Eastman School of Music in 1993. He became the youngest musical director for Lovewell Institute for the Creative Arts, a national arts education non-profit organization.

Since returning to Los Angeles in 1996, he has been in steady demand as pianist and arranger, touring the US, Europe, and Asia. He has also received awards from ASCAP and the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. In 1999, Tamir was a guest soloist with the Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra.

Hendelman is the pianist/arranger on Jackie Ryan’s “You and the Night and the Music” and Janis Mann’s “A Perfect Time”. He is also featured on Natalie Cole’s “Still Unforgettable” (WEA, 2008) and Barbra Streisand’s Love Is the Answer (Columbia, 2009). In 2002 he also toured Europe with Tierney Sutton and the Bill Holman Big Band. Hendelman musically directed Julia Migenes’s “Alter Ego” and played/arranged Roberta Gambarini’s “Easy to Love” (Now Forward, 2006). In 2009, he accompanied Streisand at her engagement to the Village Vanguard in New York. He is also the bandleader of another trio in Los Angeles. The drummer Dean Koba has been part of it for years; on bass it is Dan Lutz or Carlito del Puerto.

ABOUT PATTY ASCHER

In the wake of her celebrated performances at the Blue Note NYC, Brazilian singer Patty Ascher is now poised as the `Brazilian Jazz Newest Sensation`. Whether singing in English or her native Portuguese, Patty Ascher brings an alluring quality to bear on every evocative tune. From achingly beautiful interpretations of songs by the likes of Michel Legrand and Burt Bacharach (the latter whom she paid tribute to on the acclaimed album Bacharach Bossa Club) to heartfelt renditions of her own affecting bossa nova and R&B flavored originals, Patty delivers with the kind of classy sophistication that belies to the great jazz singers.

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Patty Ascher grew up in a musical household. Her father Neno was part of a successful Brazilian band from the 70s called Os Incríveis (The Incredibles). “My father was a musician, his brother is a very popular arranger and maestro in Brazil and all my cousins play an instrument,” she says. As a singer, she cites Brazilian divas Leny Andrade and Gal Costa along with American jazz divas Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, and Dinah Washington as important influences.

In 2007, after earning a master’s degree she encountered bossa nova pioneer Roberto Menescal, who invited Patty Ascher to record her first CD, singing Burt Bacharach songs in bossa nova style. “Meeting him was a sign to me,” she says. “It was a chance to go on seriously with a career, collaborating with a great producer and mentor. We released our project one year after our first meeting and it was a dream project. It was an incredible opportunity to sing samba and jazz together. They have a lot in common. Both were born in the ‘new continent’ at the same time from the same mother Africa.”

On her latest recording, Bossa, Jazz ‘n’ Samba, Patty Ascher’s gorgeous voice is surrounded by lush orchestrations from such respected veteran MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) artists and composer-arrangers as Dori Caymmi, Gilson Peranzetta, Amilson Godoy and Cristovao Bastos. This spirited cross-cultural project –recorded at the famous Gravodisc studios in Sao Paolo, Brazil –should put Patty Ascher over the top and she was nominated for a GRAMMY.

ABOUT VIC’S LAS VEGAS

Created by Porchlight Hospitality in 2023, Vic’s Las Vegas is located in Symphony Park at 355 Promenade Place. Open seven days a week, Vic’s features Italian-American cuisine, a full-service bar, gaming, and live entertainment nightly. Reservations can be made by calling 725-755-5299 or visit vicslasvegas.com. Follow on Instagram @vicslasvegas.

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MEDIA CONTACT:

Hillary Smoot, SRO PR
310-367-9056
Hillary@sropr.com

 

Prime Rib image is courtesy of Vic’s Las Vegas. Artist images available upon request.

 

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