Join Ken as he celebrates his birthday with a special early Sunday evening show, featuring Barry Brake on keyboard, Chuck Moses on bass, Darren Kuper on drums and Joe Caploe on vibes. He’ll also be celebrating his most recent achievement: simultaneously reaching the coveted #1 slots on ReverbNation’s Global, National, Regional and Local Jazz Charts.
Ken will share some of his new material from his latest New York performances at the legendary cabaret show room, Don't Tell Mama NYC. And he’ll include all the great jazz classics and fun banter you’ve come to expect when Ken takes the stage!
Doors open at 5 p.m. Show is 6-8 p.m. Family friendly! Burgers, cocktails, classic jazz — and maybe even a birthday cake! Come on out!
“Slavin is the most stylish, unwavering singer in town... somewhere between Chet Baker sweetness and Johnny Hartman’s husky silk.” — Hector Saldana, Sounds of the City, San Antonio Express-News
“Stunning! And his appearance matches his voice — it’s quality!” — Joanne Good, BBC 91.7 FM London
“Listening to Ken Slavin is a joy. He tells a story each time he sings and the listener becomes a part of his performance.” — Joan Carroll, host of “The Jazz Voice,” KRTU Jazz 91.7 FM
“Ken’s classy, polished voicals have earned him comparisons to the great jazz and pop crooners of yesteryear — and led to opening performances for such jazz legends as The Four Freshmen, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Eddie Palmieri.” — BroadwayWorld.com
“Slavin slays the crowd!” — Texas Monthly
“Magnificent!” — Bernie Furshpan, owner, The Metropolitan Room in New York City
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