Tammy McCANN feat: John CLAYTON (bass), Fareed HAQUE (guitar), Tamir HENDELMAN (piano) and Clayton CAMERON (drums)

Fri Aug 13 2021

8:30 PM

Catalina Bar & Grill

6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

$25.00

All Ages

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Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene

" There are many fine Jazz singers on the scene today, but few are on Tammy McCann's Level"S

Tammy McCANN feat: John CLAYTON (bass), Fareed HAQUE (guitar), Tamir HENDELMAN (piano) and Clayton CAMERON (drums)

  • Tammy McCann

    Tammy McCann

    Jazz

  • Clayton Cameron

    Clayton Cameron

    Jazz

  • John Clayton

    John Clayton

    Classic Jazz

    John Clayton is a natural born multitasker. The multiple roles in which he excels -- composer, arranger, conductor, producer, educator, and yes, extraordinary bassist -- garner him a number of challenging assignments and commissions. With a Grammy on his shelf and eight additional nominations, artists such as Diana Krall, Paul McCartney, Regina Carter, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Gladys Knight, Queen Latifah, and Charles Aznavour vie for a spot on his crowded calendar. He began his bass career in elementary school playing in strings class, junior orchestra, high school jazz band, orchestra, and soul/R&B groups. In 1969, at the age of 16, he enrolled in bassist Ray Brown's jazz class at UCLA, beginning a close relationship that lasted more than three decades. After graduating from Indiana University's School of Music with a degree in bass performance in 1975, he toured with the Monty Alexander Trio (1975-77), the Count Basie Orchestra (1977-79), and settled in as principal bassist with the Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in Amsterdam, Netherlands (1980-85). He was also a bass instructor at The Royal Conservatory, The Hague, Holland from 1980-83. In 1985 he returned to California, co-founded the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra in 1986, rekindled the The Clayton Brothers quintet, and taught part-time bass at Cal State Long Beach, UCLA and USC. In 1988 he joined the faculty of the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, where he taught until 2009. Now, in addition to individual clinics, workshops, and private students as schedule permits, John also directs the educational components associated with the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, Centrum Festival, and Vail Jazz Party. Career highlights include arranging the 'Star Spangled Banner" for Whitney Houston's performance at Super Bowl 1990 (the recording went platinum), playing bass on Paul McCartney's CD “Kisses On The Bottom,” arranging and playing bass with Yo-Yo Ma and Friends on "Songs of Joy and Peace," and arranging playing and conducting the 2009 CD "Charles Aznavour With the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra," and numerous recordings with Diana Krall, the Clayton Brothers, the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz, Orchestra, Milt Jackson, Monty Alexander and many others.

  • Tamir Hendelman

    Tamir Hendelman

    Jazz

  • Fareed Haque

    Fareed Haque

    Alternative Rock

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Tammy McCANN feat: John CLAYTON (bass), Fareed HAQUE (guitar), Tamir HENDELMAN (piano) and Clayton CAMERON (drums)

Fri Aug 13 2021 8:30 PM

Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood CA
Tammy McCANN feat: John CLAYTON (bass), Fareed HAQUE (guitar), Tamir HENDELMAN (piano) and Clayton CAMERON (drums)

$25.00 All Ages

Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene

" There are many fine Jazz singers on the scene today, but few are on Tammy McCann's Level"S

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Dinner or two-drink minimum required in addition to the tickets, plus a $0.45 music royalty fee per patron.
Doors open for dinner 1 1/2 hour before the first show and 1/2 hour before the second show if there is a second show.
Ticket sales are final.