BaD Dog Buffet Approved for Pandora
This is more great news for Vance Gilbert, according to Pandora, “We are excited to let you know that your submission for BaD Dog Buffet has been approved. We’ll reach out to you again when it has been added to the Music Genome Project and begins playing on Pandora.” In the mean time, search Vance Gilbert on Pandora Radio and listen to some of his other albums hits!
See Vincent’s work
“CABOT HOUSE ART GALLERY”
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH
Please come help us launch this year’s Gallery Season
“THE SATURDAY FEATURED ARTIST”
Throughout the year on select Saturdays we will be featuring individual Artist creating works of Art within the Gallery.
Please join us Saturday on our outdoor patio for a demonstration from several Artists.
Jason Andrade, Vincent Castaldi, David Lee Black, Beth Claverie, Ricky Gagnon, Janice Ricker, Ann Rozhon, Carol Scavotto, Anthony Tomaselli
…The great Chicago singer
…This is a big year for Chicago singer D’Rone, who turned 80, turned in an indelible engagement at the Jazz Showcase and turned out possibly the best recording of his career, “Double Exposure.” Too bad he’s not being featured at night on the festival’s main stage, where he belongs. 2:20 p.m. at the Jazz on Jackson Stage…
The revered Chicago singer Frank D’Rone celebrated his 80th birthday with glowing vocal tone and relentlessly inventive singing…D’Rone sang poetically in “When Joanna Loved Me” and aggressively in “Just One of Those Things” …
The audience was quite large and enthusiastic and gave Frank a standing ovation at the end.
From the Chicago Sun-Times 9/3: “Crooner Frank D’Rone mellowed the vibe after Stein, serenading two ladies in particular in the press pit. One of them was his wife, who he confessed acts as a lyric prompter should he forget any words. ‘Make Someone Happy’ from D’Rone’s new disc, Double Exposure, seemed to speak of their relationship. The 80-year-old singer scatted breezily along with his lovely guitar playing, particularly evident on the chestnut “All The Things You Are.” At the end of Frank’s performance, he was surprised with an award from the City of Chicago, a commendation from the Mayor, Rahm Emanuel. Thanks to all involved especially Joyce McGinnis and Jazz Festival board member, Neil Tesser. Very nice!!!