“One of the most attractive aspects of Carmen Lundy’s career is that she has created her own tone, style, and delivery.” – Jazz Weekly.
Curtis Lundy, bass
Anthony Wonsey, piano
Eric Kennedy, drums
Carmen Lundy, vocals
Carmen Lundy’s work as a vocalist and composer has been critically acclaimed by The New York Times, The Village Voice, The Los Angeles Times, Variety, The Washington Post, Jazz Times, Jazziz, Downbeat and Vanity Fair among many others, as well as numerous foreign publications. Christopher Loudon of Jazz Times writes “Carmen Lundy, as beautiful inside as out, has accomplished the near impossible for a jazz singer by maintaining a solid, successful, three-decade career while focusing largely on original, self-penned material.” and Don Heckman of The Los Angeles Times – “Lundy’s performance was the product of talent that has ripened fully. her far-ranging, fluidly mobile voice roved through and around the melodies, and her innate sense of theatricality illuminated every layer of drama in her story-driven songs.”
Lifetime Achievement in Jazz Award winner Carmen Lundy is celebrated throughout the world for her vocal artistry. Her music has been featured on television shows as “Mad Men”, “The L Word”, “So You Think You Can Dance”, and many others as well as films and documentaries including “9/11 – A Remembrance”.
Tickets: $30 in advance/$33 at door/$10 full-time students with ID
Seniors: $25 in advance/$28 at door