The Denise Donatelli Quartet Plays Charlie O's Jazz Club


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Born in Allentown, Penn., Denise Donatelli was drenched in music from an early age. She has performed in jazz clubs and jazz festivals across the country.

Her first CD, In the Company of Friends, was released in 2005 on the Jazzed Media label and her 2008 release, What Lies Within on the Savant Records label, debuted on the National Jazz Week Chart at #15 and peaked at #11.

Her upcoming release with pianist, composer/arranger, Geoffrey Keezer, is scheduled for an spring 2010 release.

The Denise Donatelli Quartet
June 24 2010 (Thursday)
8PM to Midnight

Bill Cunliffe, piano
Tom Warrington, bass
Joe La Barbera, drums

Charlie O's Jazz Club
13725 Victory Boulevard
Valley Glen (Van Nuys)
(just West of Woodman Avenue)
Call 818.994.3058

Donatelli's warm and confident vocals are flawless throughout the session exuding a freshness that is rarely heard on vocal jazz CDs.
Ken Dryden, All About Jazz

She's the 'real deal', and in my mind, she ranks in the very upper eschelon of modern vocal artists.
Brad Stone, Music Director KSJS-FM

Denise Donatelli beyond a shadow of a doubt establishes herself as one of the brightest vocal stars on the horizon. 'What Lies Within' is a recording of astounding depth, with exciting arrangements by pianist-producer Geoffrey Keezer and imaginative performances by all involved.
Tom Ineck, bermanmusicfoundation.org

Donatelli will move and groove you. What Lies Within? Talent swing and a heartfelt way with word.
Nick Mondello, Jazz Improv

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