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Vocalist, Kim Nalley (OCT 31 - 4:30pm)
(Published: September 29, 2010)

Kim Nalley-vocals, Tammy Hall (piano), Michael Zisman (bass), Kent Bryson (drums), Josh Workman (guitar)

"Nalley is a powerful blues singer, a song stylist who can put her stamp on American songbook standards and an assertively lascivious vaudevillian with an entire book of bawdy songs brimming with double entendres. Kim Nalley has pipes to burn and works the stage like she means it." SF Chronicle.

40 minutes from SF and Silicon Valley, the Douglas Beach House is notorious for its oceanfront location, casual chamber setting, and quality performances. Home to the non-profit Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society, it has been major contributor to the SF Bay Area Jazz & Classical music scene since 1964. National and international musicians mingle with the audience who get two hours of music plus two more to enjoy the scene. Buffet and wine bar available, or bring your own beverages.

More Information: http://www.bachddsoc.org

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