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Date: Friday, May 19, 2006
Show Time: 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Location: The Bacchus Room
Bona Fides Ristorante/Giardino
60 Second Avenue (bet. 3rd and 4th Street), NYC
212-777-2840 Two drink minimum per set
ALSO THAT WEEK: Buddy Henry and Friends with Special Guest, Antoinette Montague
Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Show Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Creole Restaurant
2167 Third Avenue (at 118th Street), NYC
Contact: Norman Q, Q Productions
/24-7PressRelease/ - May 08, 2006 - Antoinette Montague is a Jazz singer who loves people and thrills audiences with her crystal-clear tone, her range and her emotional intensity. Come join her at the Bacchus Room where the food is great and the atmosphere cool and intimate, for a night of great music with the legendary and still amazing saxophonist, Frank Wess.
Antoinette was in the Great Women in Music Festival at Birdland with the Duke Ellington Band (filmed by BET on Jazz), Mike Longo's NY State of the Art Band for the 88th Birthday Celebration of Dizzy Gillespie, and selected by a special panel of Judy Pitts, Sheila Jordan and Martin Mueller to perform at the 40th Anniversary of St. Peter's Church and the 10th Anniversary of International Women in Jazz.
She and her quartet have performed at the VC Jazz Festival, and Madame X, Cornelia Street Caf , Cleopatra's Needle, Tribeca Bar and Grill, Trumpets, Cajun and the NAACP's Tribute to Milt Jackson.
Antoinette brings a business sensibility to Jazz as she is a Vice President at Bottomline Publications and she contributes all she can to help Jazz venues and organizations. She has spent years learning from and supporting some of the best in Jazz for many years including Carrie Smith, Etta Jones, Norman Simmons, Della Griffin, Tom Aalfs, Inez McClendon, Jim Carson, and everyone she can listen and learn from. She is soon to release For the Love of Music with Mulgrew Miller, Bill Easley, Peter Washington and Kenny Washington.
For more information about Antoinette Montague, go to www.antoinettemontague.com
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