Tasty Tuesdays: Live Jazz with Michael Konik & His Tasty Band, Plus Guests
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The last date listed for Tasty Tuesdays with Michael Konik & His Tasty Band, Plus Guests was Tuesday November 27, 2007 / 8:30pm (Cheryl Barnes).
Currently at Catalina Bar and Grill:
- Full Price:
- $15.00 - $45.00
- Our Price:
- $7.50 - $22.50
This supper club hosts great live jazz and cabaret in a setting with Old World charm. Catalina has lived up to its slogan "Nothing But the Best in Jazz" by presenting a veritable who's who of music legends, including Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea, Carmen McRae, Joe Henderson, Benny Carter, Wynton and Branford Marsalis, Joshua Redman and vocalists like Melissa Manchester, Brenda Russell, Jane Monheit, Barbara Morrison and many more. Please see the full event description for the scheduled lineup of upcoming performers. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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First of all, Mike Konick is one smooth, suave and funny singer. I really enjoyed his singing, talking with the band and his giving us the history of his beginnings.
Now for Charmaine, this young lady is a complete surprise for me to hear. She is tall, slender and beautiful. Most of all her voice!! Once she sung her first note, I mean Note, I had to look at her really hard because she sings like a sista-gurl. I just knew she has some color in her genes. Her voice is deep, jazzy, sultry, smiling and captivating!! I could hardly eat and drink for listening and watching her. She is fantastic. All I was saying in my mind and out loud....Daaammnnn Girl :)) After each song even her homeland song I said that. What a wonderful surprisingly evening. I am thouroughly satisfied with both singers.
After the event, I met with her and gave her her props. I even said to her, Dammnnn Girl, you are a surprise! We laughed. She is very much a lady and a beauty.
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Wow- what an evening - The atmosphere and setting was just like being in your home on a cozy couch and having the live entertaiment right before your eyes - No bad seats in the house -- Barbara Morrison was awesome and the Tasty Tuesday jazz...continued
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As always, it was a great night for music. Barbara was at her usual best & the audience just loved her. Michael Konik is an enchanting host & the Tasty Band was mighty tasty. If you've never been to the Catalina on Tasty Tuesday's, you have to at...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Impressive vocal gymnastics, a lighthearted sense of humor, and a brisk sense of swing.” -Los Angeles Times
September 11: JULIE DAY. The LA Jazz Scene cover girl and vocal jazz prodigy — she’s only 21 — opens the season. The LA TIMES says that Ms. Day has “the vibe, the enthusiasm, and the sheer irresistibility of a star in the making.” All proceeds from this show will be donated to The 9/11 Relief Worker’s Fund, in memory of our fallen countrymen.
September 18: ABE LAGRIMAS, JR. Is there anything he can’t do? One of Hawaii’s most revered musicians, Abe is a virtuoso on vibraphone, drums, and ukulele. He will demonstrate his mastery of all three instruments with the Tasty Band. A rare LA-appearance for a young man who is blowing minds all around the world.
September 25: ELAINE MILES. Sultry, sexy, and sublime, Ms. Miles is best known as the “front man” for Jeff Goldblum’s Mildred Snitzer Orchestra and a favorite of A-list Southland musicians.
October 2: JOANNE TATHAM. You’ve heard her on movie soundtracks and in the finest nightclub venues in America. Now she makes her Catalina Bar & Grill debut. The Washington Post says Joanne Tatham “has an exceptionally fine voice reminiscent of the great pop balladeers of the late 50’s and early 60’s, but with an intensity and shimmering vibrato all its own.”
October 9: BARBARA MORRISON. The Queen of LA Jazz and Blues returns to Tasty Tuesdays from her latest world tour. With 9 critically acclaimed albums to her credit, she’s a great singer and an equally great entertainer. Barbara Morrison is one of our most beloved performers, hailed internationally as the heir to Ella Fitzgerald and Dinah Washington.
October 16: JOE CROYLE. Blessed with a voice of uncommon purity, Joe Croyle’s singing is pure silk. One of the harmonizing Modernaires, Croyle presents his swinging tribute to the Velvet Fog, Mel Torme.
October 23: RICHARD WINZELER. Former Vegas musical director Richard Winzeler is a brilliant composer, whose songs have been recorded by Lou Rawls, Gladys Knight, and Dianne Schuur. He’s also a brilliant singer, and both his writing and performing talents will be on display at his Tasty Tuesdays debut.
October 30: JANICE HARRINGTON. Lured by headlining status at international music festivals around the continent, more than a decade ago former Angeleno Janice Harrington moved to Europe, where she established herself as the top blues and gospel singer in Germany. Tonight she makes her triumphant return to Hollywood.
November 11 (a special Sunday edition of Tasty Tuesdays): LINDA HOPKINS. Back by popular demand, the living legend of the blues, Tony-winner Linda “the Kid” Hopkins celebrates her 83rd birthday onstage with the Tasty Band, which supported Linda on her critically acclaimed live record album. An honoree of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Linda Hopkins is still putting whitecaps on the beer.
November 13: MARK WINKLER. Singer, composer, and showman Mark Winkler returns to Tasty Tuesdays, where, at his last appearance, the LA TIMES said, “Winkler stands out among what appears to be a diminishing fraternity: male jazz singers.” A class act.
November 20: ELI BRUEGGEMANN. Known as the dashing pianist of the Tasty Band, Eli is also a renowned composer. But only a few music fans know his secret talent: He’s a fine singer, too. Mr. Brueggemann steps out from the piano bench and takes center stage in a historic evening at Tasty Tuesdays.
November 27: CHERYL BARNES. Closing the 2007 season, the soulful and swinging Cheryl Barnes brings her big voice and inventive approach to well-loved songs. A former soloist with the Florida and Denver Symphonies, Ms. Barnes has performed extensively in South America, where she’s nurtured her love for samba, bossa, and other Latin grooves. Expect a little of everything on our gala Closing Night.