Savannah’s premiere jazz venue celebrates second anniversary with two night’s of special entertainment on Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9, from 8:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. with the headlining vocalist – Lady Leah. Leah will be singing from the American Songbook as her clear alto is well suited to her Jazz/ Blues repertoire. Currently, Leah performs all over New York City for corporate and private events.
Lady Leah, an Ohio native, grew up in a home filled with music. Her father was the Minister of Music in their local church. Leah and her siblings sang and played behind him, performing as “The PEARSON FAMILY,” throughout the Midwest. Growing up, Leah was also inspired by Billie Holiday, Nancy Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and more of the greats. To learn more about Lady Leah, visit www.ladyleah.net.
“For the Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant two-year anniversary, we’re excited to thank the public for your support as we continue to provide good food and good service with two nights of entertainment featuring the sultry sounds of vocalist ‘Lady Leah,’ said Teddy Adams, a member of the Board of Directors for the Coastal Jazz Association and co-leader of the Savannah Jazz Orchestra. “Hailing from New York City, Leah began her jazz vocalist career in Harlem, performing at the Red Rooster, Lenox Lounge, Sugar Bar, The Metropolitan Room, and other Manhattan venues and the city of Savannah looks forward to welcoming her warmly,” said Adams.
A $10 cover charge is required for attendees per night.