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Bainbridge Island

EUGENIE JONES

Just named 2023 Earshot Jazz Vocalist of the Year & Seattle Hall of Fame inductee, Eugenie Jones is a singer, songwriter, producer, and legacy activist whose wide-ranging vocal style encompasses jazz, soul, pop, rhythm & blues.

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EUGENIE JONES
EUGENIE JONES

Time & Location

May 11, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Bainbridge Island, 10598 NE Valley Rd, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, USA

About the Event

“This is an extraordinary singer, songwriter, and a source of a light we are fortunate to experience.”   - NEA Jazz Master Reggie Workman

For Tickets, visit: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/weavepresents/1217210

Just named 2023 Earshot Jazz Vocalist of the Year & Seattle Hall of Fame inductee, Eugenie Jones is a singer, songwriter, producer, and legacy activist whose  wide-ranging vocal style encompasses jazz, soul, pop, rhythm &  blues. Her most recent release, The Originals commemorates her 10-year career with a compendium of chart-topping originals. Her recordings have ranked #7 on Jazz Week's Top 50 charts and #30 on Jazz Week's Top 100 Albums of the year.  Jones was also a first-round Best Jazz Vocal Album Grammy® contender.

Eugenie Jones was not supposed to be a  jazz singer. She graduated with an MBA in marketing, and her  post-graduate career took her deep within the nonprofit sector as a  marketing  communications executive. Her mother, a soprano gospel  singer, was the singer of the family, and when cancer claimed her life,  Jones managed her grief by setting out to see if she could carry forward  that part of her Mom's life.

Jones puts her Marketing MBA and business savvy to work producing music legacy events that commemorate Seattle's African American musical history, including the Jackson Street Jazz Walk and, in partnership with legendary Crusaders drummer Stix Hooper, the Celebrating Ernestine Anderson Tribute series. These events go beyond entertainment by raising funds for Seattle nonprofits such as the Rotary Boys & Girls Club, the Central Area Senior Center, and the Northwest Harvest Food Bank. Jones's community efforts were recognized in 2023 when she received the Jazz Hero Award from the Jazz Journalists Association.

SHOW SETUP This is a seated show.

SHOW DETAILS Doors & Bar 6:30pm, Show 7:30pm Tickets $25 in advance, $30 at the door Kids, Teens, & People with Disabilities $12.50 https://www.tickettailor.com/events/weavepresents/1217210

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