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Luba Mason Debuts Krazy Love with Kava Kava Band

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Luba Mason's sneak preview performance of KRAZY LOVE at Birdland Tuesday, October 7th
8:30 PM and 11 PM
315 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036
212-581-3080

LUBA MASON “KRAZY LOVE... a cool Brazilian mood" with her band KAVA: Dario Eskenazi (piano) John Benitez (bass) Sandro Albert (guitar) Adriano Santos (drums) Dende (perc) Rodrigo Urasai (flute/sax)

Music Charge: $25 General Admission and $40 Orchestra

Wife of Grammy-Award winner Ruben Blades, singer/ actress/ producer/ songwriter Luba Mason is a bonafide star in her own right. The stunning Slovak beauty has starred on Broadway opposite Brooke Shields in “Chicago," opposite Matthew Broderick in “How To Succeed In Business" and in “Jekyll & Hyde" and Paul Simon's “The Capeman." Making a smooth transition into nightclubs and recording, the classically trained vocalist and pianist's follow up to her debut CD “Collage" (PS Classics) is titled “Krazy Love" - executing Brazilian based jazz with a 5 piece acoustic band. Luba's writing talents will be showcased as well premiering 8 original songs written by herself and co-producer/musician Renato Neto (Prince).

“Too good to overlook." --Time Out NY
“Powerfully impressive." --Jazz Times

Call Birdland to reserve best possible seats today! 212-581-3080

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