I'll be playing bass in this show along with James Varnado on drums.
Be sure to get tickets soon because several performances have already SOLD OUT!
by Lanie Robertson
It’s 1959 and legendary musical performer Billie Holiday appears in a small Philadelphia bar for one of her final performances. Audiences get more than expected. She sings a dozen of her beloved classics, like “God Bless the Child,” “Strange Fruit,” and “What a Little Moonlight Can Do,” and interlaces them with salty, sometimes funny, stories that reveal a riveting portrait of one of the greatest jazz/blues vocalists of all time.
Contains strong adult language and content