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Tabitha Fair Will Lee, John Chapman, Ralph MacDonald at the Iridium Sunday, Nov.14 6.30-8.00p.m.

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IRIDIUM JAZZ CLUB
1650 BROADWAY (Corner of 51st)
NEW YORK, NY 10023
RESERVATIONS: 212-582-2121

Sunday, Nov. 14, Classic Night Club Hour
6.30-8.00p.m. $20 Entrance $15 Drinks
($10 more for whole evening)

TABITHA FAIR
WILL LEE, JOHN CHAPMAN, RALPH MACDONALD & MORE

Arthur Pomporello is set to give the Iridium audience a real gem bringing together Tabitha Fair, Will Lee, John Chapman, Ralph McDonald (and others!) for the “Classis Night Club Hour “ slot on Sunday evening, 14th November. Will's Bass playing talents have been well celebrated through his playing and singing and speaking on the David Letterman Show. Tabitha with her “unbridled sexiness and edge" has been recognized as an engaging and powerful artist - “a real pearl". Her credentials as an exceptional singer is clear having tour and played with Amy Grant, Sheryl Crow, James Taylor, Elton John, Trisha Yearwood, Michael McDonald, Faith Hill, Victor Wooton, Vince Gill... the list goes on. Percussionist, Ralph McDonald, considered one of New Yorks leading session players and internationally acclaimed joins with John Chapman known for his “grace, superb musicianship and flawless sense of showmanship" to complete this exceptional gathering.

When discussing the program Tabitha explained, “Musically it is jazz and soul, classic and old...but the tempo will be like the gathering of old friends to simply enjoy the playing of music ...just like my Gospel heritage. It is going to be a real blast" .

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