Judy’s New CD Is Now Available!

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What I See explores life-changing moments as told through a diverse array of material, including affecting movie themes, rarely heard jazz gems, and inventive interpretations of King Pleasure, Benny Carter, Rickie Lee Jones, Richie Havens, Carlos Lyra and Joyce Moreno.

“Though Judy Wexler’s reputation as one of the West Coast’s most compelling vocalists was cemented some time ago, What I See, her fourth release, suggests a heightened maturity, an even greater sense of assured imagination. Much like Abbey Lincoln—and at this point in Wexler’s musical progress, the comparison is quite valid—her skills as an actress are skillfully exercised, adding vivid shadings to her interpretations.”
-JazzTimes

“Judy Wexler is more than a mere singer of songs.  She’s an actress, mood painter, song
archaeologist, and vocalist par excellence.  What I See is a marvel of sincerity and beauty.”
-All About Jazz

“Wexler deserves comparison with the very best jazz singers working today.”
-Soundstage Experience

 

What’s Happening

Absolutely thrilled to be performing at the historic Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society in Half Moon Bay, CA on Sunday, April 6th. Joining me are Jeff Colella on piano, Mary Fettig on woodwinds, John Wiitala on bass and Deszon Claiborne on drums. Please make plans to come to this show… not to be missed!

Music at 4:30pm
Cost: $40
Open Seating Tickets: BUY TICKETS
Member Priority Seating
More information: (650) 726-2020

About the Bach
The non-profit Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society has been major contributor to the SF Bay Area Jazz & Classical music scene since 1964. Located at the legendary Douglas Beach House in Half Moon Bay, 40 minutes from SF and Silicon Valley, the Bach Society is notorious for its oceanfront location and quality performances. Founder Pete Douglas says, “We bring a chamber approach to music in a casual concert setting, respectful of both the artist and the audience.” Doors open at 3 pm for claiming seats and enjoying the wine and food concessions. Two hours of music start at 4:30 with intermission. All performances are open to the public and partially supported by members and contributors. Tickets available through the Bach website: www.bachddsoc.org. Contact: info@bachddsoc.org or (650) 726-2020.