Friday, December 19, 2008

April Hall lights up Scullers in January

Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at 8:00 PM
New CD Just Released: "Fun Out Of Life"

Bee Boy Records has just released jazz singer April Hall’s "Fun Out Of Life." In sync with the new disc, Hall is booked for a special engagement on Wednesday, January 7 at 8:00 p.m. at Scullers Jazz Club in the DoubleTree Guest Suites-Boston [400 Soldiers Field Road, Allston]. Tickets at $20.00 can be purchased on line at or by calling: 617-562-4111. For full information, call: 617-562-4111. Scullers is wheelchair accessible.

Hall’s crackerjack band at Scullers will feature Tim Ray on piano, Kenny Hadley on drums, Mark Poniatowski on bass, Jon Damian on guitar, Tom Hall on tenor and baritone sax and Amadee Castenell on tenor sax and flute. April Hall is set to take Scullers and Boston by storm!

Singer April Hall is a Florida native who grew up on a cattle ranch! She has roots steeped in southern tradition, music and culture. Her deep heritage in gospel and blues combine with urban soulfulness, jazz and sophistication to create music that’s pure, gutsy, and unmistakably authentic.

Her new CD, "Fun Out of Life" features jazz standards such as “I’ve Got The World On A String” (which is sung as a ballad), “You Must Believe In Spring,” and “This Can’t Be Love.” "Fun Out of Life" is a followup to her 2000 release "Something Like That," which received rave reviews for her bluesy, gutsy, folksy style.

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