Shacara Rogers, Chris Grasso, Michael Bowie & Eric Kennedy - "Monday Night Jazz Series" @ NPC at Blues Alley

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Blues Alley
1073 Wisconsin Avenue Nw
Washington, DC

Shacara Rogers, Chris Grasso, Michael Bowie & Eric Kennedy  -


Mon, December 28, 2020
8:00 pm

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Blues Alley Presents Shacara Rogers, Chris Grasso, Michael Bowie & Eric Kennedy- Monday, December 28 at 8pm - Live from the National Press Club

Don't miss this special holiday musical celebration! To purchase tickets for the streaming concert, visit here. This performance is presented as part of Blues Alley's Monday Night Jazz Series.

Shacara Rogers is a vocalist, songwriter, and vocal coach from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She graduated with her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music Degrees from Howard University. She had been a lead soloist of Afro Blue, Howard's premier vocal jazz ensemble, and has performed at many different arenas with artists like Patti LaBelle, Dianne Reeves, Esperanza Spalding, and many others. In 2018 she released her debut album, 16 Moments, and became an internationally acclaimed artist with her first four-week tour of Russia in 2019. Her most current releases of 2020 include a single called As A Woman, and a full-length album entitled B Natural Health and Wellness (Healing Music). Over the last six years, this wife and mother has won many awards, released two full length albums, two singles, a music video, become an international performing artist, served five years teaching on the collegiate level, and started a business. Her future plans include dedicating her musical gifts back to her Lord and savior and releasing her first Christ-centered album. ...

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