***Mark your calendars for the third Sunday of every month for Karrin Allyson Zoom concerts – Each show will have a different theme!
The Karrin Allyson Monthly Concert on Zoom
This Month’s Theme: “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore?”
songs of Ellington/Strayhorn
w/ Ed Howard, bass
Sunday, April 18th @ 6pm Eastern / 5pm Central / 3pm Pacific
1) Timing: Making this series of Karrin Allyson concerts regular – let’s get them on your calendar and get the word out! KA fans rejoice!
2) Money: Artists… we should pay them! Money collected in advance via PayPal.
How much? $20 – They are worth it!
Nich Anderson will personally send you an email with the link likely in 24 hours (which may end up in your junk/spam folder). Email me if you don’t get that personal email (not PayPal’s receipt).
3) Technology? If you’ve never used Zoom that would like to do a test run just to answer any questions, etc… email me
Please… not the day of the concert.
4) Sharing is Caring: PLEASE share the opportunity, but… don’t give away the keys to the kingdom. In other words, let people know how to sign up and pay themselves but *don’t send them the actual Zoom link* to the show directly. Every home tuning in should be paying to earn the artists some $$.
5) Be ready for Imperfection: Technology… I expect glitches and of course the sound and video quality and connection for each performer will vary.
6) What to expect: These concerts should mostly to be about music so expect about 45 mins or so of actual music. Also it’s good for you to know going in… you’ll be on mute most of the entire time. Audio is for your host Nich and the performers only. Feel free to type in the Chat section (applause, song requests, questions, etc) which they may or may not see or respond to. I’m a typer so will be saying hello to you cuties during the performance.
7) Questions? email@example.com
“…hands-down one of the best vocalists in jazz, working at the very top of her game”
– Paul de Barros, Seattle Times
“She has an easy mastery of bebop, bossa nova, chanson and soft rock, to name four of the many styles in which she is comfortable.”
– Stephen Holden, New York Times