The Paul Kreibich Quintet and Satellite Sky

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The Paul Kreibich Quintet and Satellite Sky
Thursday, May 24, 2018 7:30 PM
Harvelle's Santa Monica, Santa Monica, CA
  • 21 & over
  • Two drink minimum
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  • When: Thursday, May 24, 2018 7:30 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
    Two drink minimum
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Paul Kreibich, Drums - has been a mainstay on the jazz scene for many years, both in his native Los Angeles, and internationally as well. With over 60 discography credits to date, he has played with many jazz greats such as Ray Charles, Gene Harris, Carmen McRae, Anita O’Day, Red Rodney, Mose Allison, and the Woody Herman Orchestra to name a few. Paul has been noted by many of his contemporaries as a melodic drummer. Jazz reviewers have praised his brushwork and artful timekeeping. In addition to his drumming, Paulís two CD releases as a leader, Lonesome Tree and The Jazz Coop: Spiral Stairway showcase his original compositions. Paul teaches in the jazz department at California State University, Fullerton and privately. 

http://www.paulkreibich.com/paul/home.html

Tony Galla, Vocals - was discovered in Buffalo, New York by renowned disc jockey Joey Reynolds, recording his first hit single, “In Love” (Swan Records). Climbing quickly up the Billboard charts, “In Love” became a national cult hit in the U.S. and throughout the UK and Europe, where it currently remains a popular hit.Heavily influenced by the soulful sounds of artists like B.B. King and Ray Charles, Tony developed his own bluesy sound and unique passionate style quickly becoming the lead singer of the blues band, Raven. Tony could be found jamming into the wee hours of the night with Jimi Hendrix or Janis Joplin at local nightclubs in New York City. Tony toured extensively with Raven gaining worldwide attention and opening for prominent groups like Joe Cocker, Led Zeppelin, Procol Harem, The Byrds, The Young Rascals, Blood Sweat and Tears, Three Dog Night, B.B. King, Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy. It is very rare to find a vocalist who has mastered such diverse styles of singing. Whether it’s blues, Italian opera, big band, or caressing a beautiful ballad Tony’s passion and gift of music is always revealed in his incredible delivery of a song. 

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Rickey Woodard, Tenor Sax- is an American jazz saxophonist. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1980 on Woodard spent seven years with the Ray Charles band, and has played with Eric Reed and Ernie Watts. A member of the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Woodard has also recorded with Frank Capp and as a member of Jeannie and Jimmy Cheatham's Sweet Baby Blues Band.

Rich EamesKeyboard - has long been a force in many areas of the L.A. music scene. This versatile musician has developed a unique compositional voice, in evidence in his many original jazz compositions, as well as in his wide range of work in TV and film music. As a pianist, he has had long-term associations with such stalwarts of L.A. jazz as the Grammy-winning Bill Holman Big Band, the Kim Richmond-Clay Jenkins Ensemble, the Joe La Barbera Quintet, Bob Sheppard, Jeff Richmond, Pete Christlieb, Rick Braun, Auracle, Doug Cameron, Jennifer Leitham, Ed Shaughnessy, and many others. He can be heard as a sideman on many albums and CDs, including outings with Bill Holman, Nightwind, Roland Vazquez, Doug Cameron, Terry Wollman, Barry Coates, Scott Scheer, Charlie Shoemake, Willie & Lobo, Carol Knauber, and Jerry Kalaf.Played with Doc Severinson, the Pointer Sisters, Lou Rawls, Jack Jones. 

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Luther Hughes, Bass - has played bass with some of the biggest names in jazz in a career spanning over 30 years. He has performed or recorded with jazz legends such as Gene Harris, Mundell Lowe, Joe Henderson, Carmen MacRae, Willie Bobo, Horace Silver, Harold Land, Don Ellis, Joe Pass, Louis Bellson, Hampton Hawes and many more. 

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