Kim Nalley Gospel Christmas with The Kim Nalley Band Featuring Tammy Hall
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Delight in a warm and intimate holiday program and sing along with your favorite seasonal tunes at San Francisco Symphony's 'Twas the Night. Davies Symphony Hall will be cheerfully decorated for the season, putting you and yours in a holiday mood. You'll hear members of the symphony's brass section and singers from the chorus, all accompanied by the gorgeous Ruffatti organ. Under the baton of Ragnar Bohlin, soprano Lisa Vroman, pianist Joan Cifarelli, organist Robert Huw and the rest will create Yuletide memories that will last a lifetime. Learn More
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We have loved Kim Nalley before but she spent a huge amount of time talking then had her friends from the audience come and sing. The man who was supposed to be a "jazz legend" was awful. Anyway it was a poor show overall and a big disappointment
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- "Nalley is a triple threat -- a powerful blues singer, a song stylist who can put her stamp on American songbook standards and an assertively lascivious vaudevillian with an entire book of bawdy songs brimming with double entendres. Kim Nalley has pipes to burn and works the stage like she means it." --San Francisco Chronicle
Kim Nalley is one of the most international acclaimed soul jazz and blues singers to emerge from San Francisco. Twice awarded as San Francisco’s Best Jazz Singer, she also has numerous acting credits including Madame Zinzanni in Teatro Zinzanni. Her CDs have been shortlisted for a Grammy and have charted in the Jazz Top 20.
Pianist, organist, composer, and arranger Tammy Lynne Hall is one of the most in-demand musicians in the Bay Area. Born in Dallas, she studied classical and competed in classical competitions and was the organist and pianist at church, while unbeknownst to her grandmother, she was sneaking out to listen to the devil's music, jazz. The result was Tammy Hall's core sound: a fusion of jazz, gospel and classical.