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Unscripted VIP PASS- March 2019
Lindsey Webster, Jackiem Joyner, Steve Cole, Nick Colionne
600 N Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA, 19130
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
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Unscripted VIP PASS- March 2019
About Your Exclusive VIP Monthly Pass
Exceptional Benefits Include:
· Enjoy All Unscripted Artists for the month.
· Priority Seating
· 10% off Dinner, Drinks (including the bar) and All Unscripted merchandise
· Present VIP pass at SOUTH upon arrival for show
· Pass valid only for the one month shown on the front of pass
· No refunds for unused portion.
· Must present VIP Pass at seating for show.
Valid for either 7pm or 9pm shows - one show per night (unless with permission)
Valid for all Unscripted Jazz artists.
Feel free to contact me 267-225-8018 for any concerns.
Thank you for joining us for an exciting Unscripted Jazz!
From the first note, Lindsey Webster captivates listeners. Her rich, soulful voice enchants a dedicated following who
connect with the raw emotion she shares with them. As a Soul/R&B artist, she combines an admirable natural talent with a genuine, accessible stage presence. Webster considers
herself “very, very lucky” to have grown up in Woodstock, NY.
With a heavy emphasis on arts and music, her grade school had a progressive music program where Lindsey cultivated a deep
love of music by learning the cello. After playing for 10 years, often in first chair, she moved to NYC to attend Fiorello H. LaGuardia School for the Music, Art & Performing Arts. As she grew
musically, she transitioned from strings to voice where she heard her calling and found herself.
In 2009, Lindsey met her partner, Keith Slattery, and started
performing professionally. Together, with a band of world class musicians, they’ve performed over 600 shows in venues
including Bearsville Theater, Levon Helm Studios, Daryl’s House,Helsinki Hudson, The Falcon, The Bitter End, and
Rockwood Music Hall.
The success of her first album and winning “Best Acoustic Song” in the Independent Music Awards caught the eye of Atlanta
Records, whom she signed with to release her second album,
You Change. Appropriately titled, You Change shows a real transition and beautiful growth for Webster as an
artist. While humbled her voice has been compared to R&B
royalty Sade, Mariah Carey, and Anita Baker, Lindsey looks to
bring her distinct style to Soul R&B and continue to make music
that resonates with her fans.
As a young turk on the contemporary jazz scene, saxophonist Jackiem Joyner is far from complacent and staid in his sound and style. Not afraid to challenge the fan base that took him to No. 1 twice and Top 3 two more times on the Billboard chart, Joyner gets adventurous on his fifth album, “Evolve,” which will be released April 29th by Artistry Music/Mack Avenue Records. It’s his first on which he wrote and produced the entire set, including the first single going to radio in mid-March, “Generation Next,” an up-tempo urban-pop track with vibrant flashes of strings that provide a contrast to Joyner’s gentle melodic sax.
Juxtaposing invigorating otherworldly sonicscapes under tender sax melodies, “Evolve” is a dynamic, highly-rhythmic session that is unpredictable laced with traces of the familiar. Listening will take you to a different place while defining Joyner as a musician and a writer beyond what we have already heard from the chart-topping rhythm and groove guy. The imaginative new set has a greater purpose with the introductory single, “Generation Next,” serving as “a declaration that the next generation of jazz musicians is here to stay. Music evolves, including jazz. All types of sound evolve. So do people and our imaginations. That is what I tried to put on tape. ‘Evolve’ captures the changes in my musical mind and how I have evolved as an artist. Rather than fitting in with the traditional, I’m bringing the audience along with songs that unfold over different and interesting soundscapes even as I move towards a live organic sound,” explains Joyner.
In addition to playing alto and soprano sax on the record, Joyner is a multi-instrumentalist who played many of the instruments heard on the collection along with a couple of high-profile assists from Grammy-nominated sax player Gerald Albright and internationally-renowned keyboardist Keiko Matsui. The collaborations are noteworthy for different reasons. When Joyner was in high school, Albright was his idol thus dueting with him on “Big Step” was a thrill. Joyner tours in Matsui’s band when not performing his own dates and wrote “Europa” with her mind. On a few tracks, he was joined by his touring band – guitarist Kayta Matsuno, bassist Tim Bailey, keyboardist Bill Steinway and drummer Raymond Johnson – to record live in the studio.
“Evolve” marks a return for Joyner to the contemporary jazz-urban instrumentals for which he achieved notoriety on his first three albums after 2012’s “Church Boy,” an offering that landed on Billboard’s Jazz Albums and Top Gospel Albums charts. Joyner was named Debut Artist of the Year for his 2007 debut, “Babysoul,” by Smooth Jazz News. His sophomore set, “Lil’ Man Soul,” registered a pair of No. 1 Billboard hits with “I’m Waiting For You” reigning for 12 weeks and winning Song of the Year honors at the 2009 American Smooth Jazz Awards. Two singles from Joyner’s self-titled third record climbed into Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Songs Top 3. He’s toured the world extensively in support of each release and anticipates a busy year of touring in 2014 – both with his own band and with Matsui. For more information, please visit www.JackiemJoyner.com and www.facebook.com/jackiemjoyner
A native of Chicago, Illinois, saxophonist Steve Cole is one of the most celebrated players in contemporary jazz, having sold hundreds of thousands of albums worldwide and scored five #1 R&R Smooth Jazz hits.
Cole began his professional career, playing sessions and club dates wherever possible; he recorded with blues legend Junior Wells and began playing, writing and producing with Atlantic Records artists Brian Culbertson. His visibility at the label grew, and soon Cole signed his own deal with Atlantic. He released his debut disc, 'Stay Awhile' in 1998; it yielded the hits "Where the Night Begins," "When I Think of You" and "Say It Again" and earned Cole a Prism Award for Best New Artist at the 2000 Oasis Smooth Jazz Awards. Additionally, Steve has toured and/or recording with Boz Scaggs, Larry Carlton, Jeff Lorber Brian Culbertson, Freddie Cole, Cyrus Chestnut, KMFDM, Rick Braun and is a founding member, along with Jeff Kashiwa and Kim Waters of The Sax Pack.
With a jazz style that is both urban and contemporary, Nick Colionne has blazed a trail to the top of the ranks of today's stars. Combining all of the various influences of his music career from jazz to R&B to blues to rock, he has created an unmistakable sound and vibe that is instantly recognizable. With lightening fast speed and a distinctively silky sound, Nick takes the guitar to unexpected places every time he performs. His rich baritone vocals delight audiences unaccustomed to hearing such a skilled instrumentalist singing as well, and his showmanship....well, you have to see a Nick Colionne show and experience it for yourself. With energy to spare, unparalleled musicianship and a natural comedic flair, he is one of a kind.
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