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June 21, 2013 - Mel Martin w/Jazz Vocalist Deborah Winters at George's Nightclub 842 4th Street San Rafael, CA 94901(877) 568-2726 (415) 226-0262 Main Line. 8PM-11PM
A special "Night of the Divas" performance along w/ Paula West and Band.
VIP Seating: $30.00 - plus an additional $7.50 table fee per ticket
THE VIP TABLE SECTION IS GEORGE’S PREMIER TABLE AREA, COMPOSED OF HIGH BOOTH-STYLE SEATS
Reserved Seating: $25.00 - plus an additional $5.00 table fee per ticket
THE RESERVED SEATING SECTION IS GEORGE’S CENTER SQUARE TABLES. IDEAL FOR PARTIES OF FOUR (4) OR MORE AND LOWER CABARET STYLE SEATING ALONG GEORGE’S BRICK WALL.
General Admission: $20.00 - plus any additional ticket agent fees
Saturday August 17, 2013 - Mel Martin featured with Bill Champlin & Special Friends @ Sonoma - Cutrer Winery 4401 Slusser Rd, Windsor, CA 95492 featuring a very special band put together by Peter Welker. (707) 528-1181
Mel Martin's Masterclasses, clinics and residencies have long been a mainstay of educational institutions throughout the US. His real world approach and honest communicative skills have proven to immediately effect the thinking and direction of students. As a performer, he brings a wealth of experience with many Jazz and popular artists along with Big Band arrangements of his own originals and those of Benny Carter, Jimmy Heath and others.
Mel Martin is currently accepting students for private study either live or via SKYPE.
SKYPE lessons are proving to be a solid and user-friendly way to teach students anywhere in the world. I have been able to help a number of players along w/ the use of e-mailing .pdf files of special exercises. Please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
for rates and info.
New Video of Mel Martin and The Benny Carter Tribute Band @ JEN
Produced by Bret Primack (The Jazz Video Guy)
Review: Jazz.com, Audiophile Edition