Spaghettini’s Presents Vivian Sessoms In Concert With Very Special
Guest JJ Sansaverino!
8 & 10pm
3005 Old Ranch Parkway
Seal Beach California 90740
Catch Vivian in her California debut at the fabulous
Spaghettini’s Restaurant with very special guest JJ Sansaverino, whom Vivian first
appeared here with last year. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
July 9th happens to be “National Sugar Cookie Day,” ignore the carbs and let Vivian’s sweet voice indulge you.
If you’re unfamiliar with Vivian’s work, she has been a featured vocalist for several artists, including Chris Botti (jazz trumpeter), Harold Mabern (legendary jazz pianist), Eric Benet, Will Downing, Towa Tei (Dee-Lite), Ryuichi Sakamoto (Japanese composer), David Morales (DJ), Junior Vazquez (DJ), Mads Baerentzen (jazz pianist), and Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20), and has toured worldwide as the featured vocalist for the afore-mentioned artists.
As the niece of jazz legend Nancy Wilson, Vivian’s performances have garnered her a loyal following all her own. She has worked with a stellar roster of well known and respected musicians including Reggie Washington, Casey Benjamin, Mark Whitfield, Tim Ries, James Genus, Billy Kilson, Billy Childs, James Weidman, Larry Goldings, Onaje Allen Gumbs, Terreon Gully, John Patitucci, Ben Monder, Clarence Penn, Greg Philligaines, Darryl Jones, Greg Hutchinson, Michael Beardon, Bob Hurst, Karriem Riggins, Reuben Rogers, Peter Martin, and Victor Bailey, with whom she is currently recording as a special guest on his upcoming release. She will also be a featured guest once again on Towa Tei upcoming recording, scheduled for release in the fall. As for her own music, Vivian will release her sophomore effort, a jazz set entitled Heart in late fall of this year.
Nancy Wilson on Vivian Sessoms:
“She has her own distinctive style and sound and her interpretation of a song is truly unique. She must be heard in a live setting to be wholly appreciated.”
Jessica Poli – Feinsteins at Loews Regency
“It is always such a fantastic surprise when a new artist comes to Feinstein’s and just blows the roof off with their talent.”