409 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
**This is access to a recording of his live performance on our stage on Sept. 19, 2020.**
Nero Patrick, bass
Nick Costa, drums
Pete Frassrand, piano
Coniece Washington, vocals
Vocalist, composer, producer, Coniece Washington, sings from her heart, captivating audiences with her incomparable, distinctive, sultry, sweet stylings. Over the course of her ascending career she has uniquely reinterpreted standards while honoring the legacy of the vocalists who influence and inspire her: Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Shirley Horn, Billie Holiday and Carmen McRae. This Trenton New Jersey native’s love for music was developed and nurtured from an early age at her grandmother’s church. Her vocal talent and pure passion for music were deepened and refined while serving In the US Army. Then, Coniece accepted various invitations and opportunities to perform in night clubs and venues throughout the United States and Europe. A trained vocalist, Coniece is a former member of the renowned Washington Performing Arts Society’s Men and Women of the Gospel Choir. She has performed throughout the Washington DC Metropolitan area at venues including: Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, Twins Jazz, The Carlyle Club, The Other Barn, Mr. Henry’s, The Georgetown Ritz Carlton, The Henley Park Hotel, Café Agape, Westminster Presbyterian Church Friday Night Jazz, the historic Blues Alley; and at the following festivals: The DC Jazz Festival, The Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival, the Mid Atlantic Jazz Festival and the Annul Preservation of Jazz Festival.
Coniece composed the holiday song, “Snow Covered Stars”, and she self-produced her CD, Shades of Shirley Horn, released March 17, 2019, and debuted on both the Roots Music Report’s Top 30 and Top 50 Jazz Album Charts and the North American College & Community Chart. Shades of Shirley Horn has received outstanding reviews from Midwest Records, Jersey Jazz, Jazz Weekly, Take Effect Reviews, Glide Magazine, In a Blue Mood, Audiophile Review, Jazz2Love, Bebop Spoken Here [UK], The Jazz Page, and Cadence Magazine.
Showtime is 7 pm ET/6 pm CT/5 pm MT/4 pm PT/11 pm GMT
Streaming cost is $7
Donations are welcomed.
The link will be revealed to you 15 minutes prior to show time
and remains active until September 25