Sistars of Jazz Part II
The Sistars of Jazz are honoring two birthdays on
Friday, February 8 and everyone is invited to the party.
Even though they don’t need an excuse to serenade you (It’s a free event), they’re asking you to help celebrate what would have been the day sultry Lana Turner turned 93 and a surly James Dean turned a punky 82. Too bad they can’t make the party.
In a special presentation by five of the most talented performers in the West County. local ladies Kit Mariah, Jennell Parr, Noel Yates, Maple Profant and Darcy Reinier, accomplished musicians, thespians, radio show hosts and charismatic stylists, will sing and play individually as well as collaborate with each other.
Kit Mariah plays trombone (but not here), is a producer, writer of musicals and wears her hair in little bangs, Darcy Reiner, a third of the Pocket Canyon Ramblers plays bass and is the “Darcy” in Ian and Sylvia’s “Darcy Farrow” which was penned by her bother Steve Gilette.
Ms. Parr is a school teacher, and engaging performer, a past Strawberry Queen
and sings with confidence and conviction. Maple Profant’s piano becomes an instrument of Piano Noire and will make you feel like you have a bit part in “Casablanca.” Noel Yates is a combination of Carol Burnett, Ethel Merman and Lily Tomlin and lets you know who’s in charge the moment she hits the stage.
This FREE one-night-only show, at Guerneville’s Trio restaurant is a rare opportunity to be dazzled by multitalented artists, in a comfy, intimate bistro where the food is thoughtfully prepared and the bar provides enough choices to please everyone.
When: 7 p.m., Friday February 8
Where: Trio Restaurant, 16225 Main St, Guerneville, 604-7461