- Jun 23, 2021
- 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Kathy Wade at Wednesdays in the Woods
Kathy Wade is presented by Uptown Consortium Inc.
Celebrate everything great about summer outdoors and in-person at Clifton Cultural Arts Center’s spirited series of 11 free weekly concerts. Presented by the Louis & Melba Schott Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, CCAC’s 13th annual summer concert series celebrates art, music, community, diversity and connection – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!
- Tonight’s food vendors are Vegan Treats Meats And Eats and Streetpops
- We’ll be making Pointillism Rivers at the Kids Art Corner
- HighGrain Brewing Co. will be onsite with beverage options for purchase
View full Wednesdays in the Woods lineup at cliftonculturalarts.org/wednesdaysinthewoods
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About the Band: Kathy Wade
Kathy Wade’s credentials are extensive, including twice EMMY nominated Producer, #1 Jazz and Blues Vocalist on MP3.com, #1 MP3.com Jazz Vocal Time To Say Good-bye, which was featured on Sci-Fi network’s First Wave soundtrack. She has been featured in Essence Magazine, Teaching With Music. Kathy is an award-winning international entertainer whose “rich interpretative skills as a song stylist extraordinaire” capture the imagery of emotion on her recording, You Got The Magic and her upcoming release, Kathy Wade, Klassic (DAKA Music). “Magic,” recorded in Los Angeles, accents Kathy’s “multi-octave contralto of effervescent energy” with world-renowned musicians including Gerald Albright, Harvey Mason, and GRAMMY winning arranger, composer, producer and pianist, Bill Cunliffe.
Kathy Opened for Eartha Kitt, Dionne Warwick, Cleo Laine, Nancy Wilson, Diane Schuur, Shirley Horn, Alex Bugnon, Anita Baker, Kenny G, Whitney Houston, David Sanbourn, George Benson, Al Jarreau, Stephanie Mills, Jonathan Butler, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Will Downing, Najee and Ramsey Lewis.
“A nuclear reactor where her vocals should be,” Kathy returns for a fifth time in July 2012 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Macy’s Music Festival with a jazz tribute to the original Ohio Valley Jazz Festival.