Dynamic Drummer and Group hit the Stage at Nighttown!
Featuring: Robert Hubbard-drums, Tony Watson-sax, George Granville-piano/keys, Jonathan Jones-bass, & Special Guest Vocalist Stacey "Sarah's Girl" Crawford.
Hubb's Groove is a mIx of Soul, Jazz, R&B and a splash of Gospel.
It's a smooth but yet high energy band that believes whats played from the heart, reaches the heart.
The band was founded In 1996 by Robert Hubbard in Cleveland Ohio under the name "Moments Notice". In 2006 Robert changed the name to "Hubb'S Groove". The band has shared the stage with Kirk Whalum, Jonathan Butler, Earth Wind & Fire, Wayman Tisdale and Pieces of a Dream.
Hubb's Groove has performed with Angela Bofill, Marcus Johnson, Alex Bugnon, Mike Phillips and Sean Jones to name a few.
When the group is not on tour together, they are working with other artists such as Babyface, Toni Braxton, Gerald Albright and Pieces of a Dream.
Stacey Richardson Crawford, also known as "Sarah's Girl”, started her career at the tender age of 3 when she began singing with her family's gospel choir, the Weeden Family Singers.
After years of honing her craft, Stacey stepped onto the big stage and began singing background for such artists as Ollie Woodson, formerly of the Temptations, Phil Perry, and the late Gerald Levert and Anthony Hamilton for more than 10 years.
Stacey has performed throughout the United States and in major overseas markets such as London, UK, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Seoul, Korea, Martinique and more than 15 Caribbean islands.
While performing on The Late Show with David Letterman, Stacey was asked by the music director, Paul Shaffer, to sing along with his band at the 2009, 2012, and 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies.
Stacey launched her solo career in June 2011. She released her debut CD, “All About Me” which featured her single “Tonight”.