Known for her sublime performances, limitless capacity to swing and mischievous sparkle. Monterey Herald
Jazz singers abound at annual benefit for Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Monterey Bay Aquarium
By BETH PEERLESS
Article Last Updated: 06/05/2008 01:43:44 AM PDT
Jazz singer Ed Reed will alternate sets with Kim Nalley at the aquarium's Marine Mammal exhibit.
Known for her sublime performances, limitless capacity to swing and mischievous sparkle, you can count on Nalley to entertain and enthrall an audience as she uses her compelling three-and-a-half octave voice to ignite everything from blues and ballads to up-tempo cookers.
She has performed at many of the most prestigious jazz festivals both nationally and internationally, including Monterey Jazz Festival, Umbria Jazz Festival and The Lincoln Center.
She has produced several significant historical/tribute concerts and CDs, including her award-winning "Ladies Sing the Blues" and "She Put a Spell on Me: Tribute to Nina Simone," which was short-listed for a Grammy.
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JAZZ BENEFIT ·What: The Monterey Bay Aquarium and Kuumbwa Jazz Center present Jazz Sings! at the Aquarium featuring Kim Nalley ·Where: Monterey Bay Aquarium, 886 Cannery Row, Monterey ·When: 8 p.m. Saturday, June 7 ·Tickets: $50 aquarium and Kuumbwa Jazz Center members and guests; $65 general, available by calling 800-840-4880 or online at montereybay aquarium.org ·Information: 648-4880 or online at www.montereybay aquarium.org