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Vocalist Dana Lauren to Perform at Scullers Jazz Club on September 27th, 2011.

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September 27, 2011
Show: $18
Dinner & Show: $60
Show time: 8pm

In 2006 jazz vocalist Dana Lauren made her debut at Scullers with Arturo Sandoval and since then, the now 23 year old has performed at some of the Nation's most prestigious jazz venues, recorded two albums, was a semi-finalist in the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Vocal Jazz Competition and is a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music.

Dana Lauren's latest CD “It's You Or No One" was released in 2010 to rave reviews by Jazz Times and was named one of the best new releases of 2010 by Dan Bilawsky and All About Jazz. The extraordinary Christian McBride joined her for a bass/voice duo of “On the Sunny Side of the Street."

A chance meeting with Arturo Sandoval at the 2006 Newport Jazz Festival provided Dana with opportunities that any young performer could only dream about. In July 2007 Dana recorded her first CD titled “Stairway to the Stars" produced by and featuring Mr. Sandoval. Dana has had the honor of sharing the stage with Mr. Sandoval at the Arturo Sandoval Jazz Club in Miami, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Birdland, The Blue Note and Iridium in NYC and Sculler's Jazz Club in Boston.

Dana Lauren will be joined by Noah Preminger on tenor sax, Julian Shore on piano, Luques Curtis on bass and Jake Goldbas on drums

Scullers Jazz Club
400 Soldiers Field Road
Boston MA

617-562-4111—For Reservations

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