The Dave Tull  “Texting and Driving” CD Release Celebration

Tue May 22 2018

8:30 PM

Catalina Bar & Grill

6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

All Ages

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“Come celebrate the release of Dave Tull’s new CD release, “Texting and Driving”. Texting and Driving is a collection of 15 new songs by Dave Tull, a perfect follow up to Dave's 2009 hit CD, “I Just Want To Get Paid”. Texting and Driving was featured by Susan Stamberg on National Public Radio on April 14 and is already garnering rave reviews!

"His vocal dexterity and word-work is hand-glove with the material throughout. You can't help but really like this Cat… texting and driving is a marvelous panorama of Tull's and his pals' talents. Go for a ride and enjoy." -- Nick Mondello, All About Jazz

“A delightful collection by DAVE TULL. He writes songs that are often laugh-out-loud funny, and others that are of a more serious nature. He is original, entertaining and provides a wonderful escape from the routines of daily life, while putting some of them in a humorous context.” -- Jersey Jazz

Don’t miss this exciting one-night event!

Executive Producers, Dan and Susan Thom"

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  • Dave Tull

    Dave Tull

    Jazz

    SCOTT YANOW - L.A. JAZZ SCENE, MAY 2011 (#284) (MAY 1, 2011)

    Although best known as a drummer for such notables as Chuck Mangione, Jack Sheldon, Michael Buble and Richie Cole along with his own trio, Dave Tull is also a singer worth discovering. His voice is appealing, he is an expert scat singer, and he handles lyrics well.

    On I Just Want To Get Paid, Tull not only sings and plays drums but contributed all 14 songs, both the words and the music. He is an excellent lyricist who tells stories that relate to the jazz life, filled with both humor and insight truths.

    Along with some offbeat love songs, "I Just Want To Get Paid", "You're Talkin' Too Loud", and "The Minutes Go Like Hours When You Sing" are especially memorable, dealing with deadbeat bandleaders, noisy audience members and amateur singers who should never be allowed to sit in. Tull's vocals are sincere and sell his songs well. His trio, which also includes pianist Corey Allen and bassist Kevin Axt, are joined by saxophonist Doug Webb and trumpeter Steve Huffsteter on some of the selections.

    During an era when both male jazz singers and worthwhile new material are in short supply, Dave Tull's I Just Want To Get Paid is a welcome release that is easily recommended and available from www.davidtull.com.

Catalina Bar & Grill

The Dave Tull “Texting and Driving” CD Release Celebration

Tue May 22 2018 8:30 PM

Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood CA
The Dave Tull  “Texting and Driving” CD Release Celebration
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All Ages

“Come celebrate the release of Dave Tull’s new CD release, “Texting and Driving”. Texting and Driving is a collection of 15 new songs by Dave Tull, a perfect follow up to Dave's 2009 hit CD, “I Just Want To Get Paid”. Texting and Driving was featured by Susan Stamberg on National Public Radio on April 14 and is already garnering rave reviews!

"His vocal dexterity and word-work is hand-glove with the material throughout. You can't help but really like this Cat… texting and driving is a marvelous panorama of Tull's and his pals' talents. Go for a ride and enjoy." -- Nick Mondello, All About Jazz

“A delightful collection by DAVE TULL. He writes songs that are often laugh-out-loud funny, and others that are of a more serious nature. He is original, entertaining and provides a wonderful escape from the routines of daily life, while putting some of them in a humorous context.” -- Jersey Jazz

Don’t miss this exciting one-night event!

Executive Producers, Dan and Susan Thom"

Dave Tull

Dave Tull

Jazz

SCOTT YANOW - L.A. JAZZ SCENE, MAY 2011 (#284) (MAY 1, 2011)

Although best known as a drummer for such notables as Chuck Mangione, Jack Sheldon, Michael Buble and Richie Cole along with his own trio, Dave Tull is also a singer worth discovering. His voice is appealing, he is an expert scat singer, and he handles lyrics well.

On I Just Want To Get Paid, Tull not only sings and plays drums but contributed all 14 songs, both the words and the music. He is an excellent lyricist who tells stories that relate to the jazz life, filled with both humor and insight truths.

Along with some offbeat love songs, "I Just Want To Get Paid", "You're Talkin' Too Loud", and "The Minutes Go Like Hours When You Sing" are especially memorable, dealing with deadbeat bandleaders, noisy audience members and amateur singers who should never be allowed to sit in. Tull's vocals are sincere and sell his songs well. His trio, which also includes pianist Corey Allen and bassist Kevin Axt, are joined by saxophonist Doug Webb and trumpeter Steve Huffsteter on some of the selections.

During an era when both male jazz singers and worthwhile new material are in short supply, Dave Tull's I Just Want To Get Paid is a welcome release that is easily recommended and available from www.davidtull.com.