Doors, Bar & Restaurant open at 5:30. Music at 8:00. No Cover. Donations encouraged.
Friday January 24
[Love Inside 2018] The jazz funk of the harmonically gifted and politically timely pro-immigration cut, “Free To Be (featuring Norman Brown),” spotlighting Lance Comer’s killer drums, begs to be heard live as the warm-up jam that gets the audience on their feet in concert, especially when the song pushes Webster as a singer to ever higher, emotionally righteous heights. - Soul Tracks
From the first note, Lindsey Webster combines an admirable natural talent with a genuine, accessible stage presence. In 2009, Lindsey met her partner, Keith Slattery, and started performing professionally. Together, with a band of world-class musicians, they’ve performed hundreds of shows regionally, nationally and internationally.
The success of her second album "You Change" and achieving the only vocally driven song to hit #1 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart for four weeks (beating our Sade’s previous record of three weeks) caught the eye of Shanachie Entertainment, whom she signed with to release her third album, "Back To Your Heart".
On her fourth outing - Love Inside - Webster continues a devotion to the smooth R&B and soul traditions that made Anita Baker, Phyllis Hyman, Angela Bofill, and Angela Winbush, urban adult contemporary staples in households across Black America throughout the 1980s and into the early ‘90s. Webster borrows from these Black American Music traditions without supplanting or mimicking them in ways that feel artificial, forced, or even overly reverential. The spacious, but prominent soul jazz musicianship and reverb rich vocal productions are engineered to glide listeners into a state of transcendent bliss.