The New Yorker: Claire Daly at Dizzy’s Club

From The New Yorker, Claire Daly and “2648 West Grand Boulevard” receive a warm welcome.

Exploring the “Goings On About Town” in ‘The New Yorker’ you will find Claire Daly’s gig at Dizzy’s Club in Night Life > Jazz and Standards.

“The baritone saxophone is in good hands with Daly, who maneuvers the hulking horn with a dead-on balance of grit and finesse. Her new album, “2648 West Grand Boulevard.,” finds this valued player on her signature instrument as well as the flute, reinterpreting Motown classics with invention tempered by obvious respect and affection.” The New Yorker

The New Yorker Claire DalyWant to hear The Claire Daly Quintet with Claire Daly on baritone saxophone? The quintet includes guitarist Jerome Harris and pianist Steve Hudson. On drums is Peter Grant, and on bass, Marcus McLaurine. The quintet will be at Dizzy’s Club on March 21st. Tickets on sale now.

This show marks the release of Daly’s latest album, produced by Glass Beach Jazz. “2648 West Grand Blvd” is named after the Detroit address of Motown Records original studio. The album features jazz interpretations of classic Motown 45s.

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