SHOWTIMES: 7:30PM AND 9:30PM.
Louis Hearivoux ( piano).
Tommy Sauter ( bass)
Kermit Walker( drums)
Internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist Deborah Davis is based in New York City. She makes her debut appearance at The Velvet Note, accompanied by A Few Good Men from the Atlanta area featuring Louis Hearivoux, piano, Tommy Sauter, bass and Kermit Walker, drums.
Deborah has a natural flowing charm and flawless stage presence that draws you into her show. A native of Dallas, and UNT alum, she has toured 35 international countries, has performed with legendary jazz greats Lionel Hampton, and Clark Terry, invited to sing with Freddie Hubbard, Art Blakey, and Ray Brown, did a commercial with Ella Fitzgerald and subbed for Abbey Lincoln. As a band leader she has lead her own bands featuring, Cyrus Chestnut, Eric Lewis, Gerald Clayton, Benny Green, Christian McBride, Peter Washington, Eric Wheeler, Russell Malone, Greg Hutchinson, Brian Blade, Willie Jones III and too many more to name. She’s know for her unique phrasing and ability to swing like her life depends on it. As an independent artist she formed “got my own records” producing 3 recordings. She has sung for dignitaries at the U.N. and U.S. Embassy affairs including a performance for President Bill Clinton, and toured Latin America as a US Jazz Ambassador. Deborah Davis Music Design, LLC is music curator and consultant for international hotels, jazz clubs, and music festivals and events. Her charitable contributions include annual benefit shows for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and City Meals on Wheels (NYC) .