Dominick Farinacci featuring Vocalist Lucy Woodward Sunday, January 20, 2019

 The Jewell

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6:30pm Show | 60-70 minute performance | Doors open at 5pm |

Food and Beverages will be served from 5pm -7:30pm


8:30pm Show | 60-70 minute performance | Doors open at 7:45pm |

Food and Beverages will be served from 7:45pm -10:00pm

Dominick Farinacci – Trumpet

Lucy Woodward – Vocals

Kevin Bales – Piano

Billy Thornton – Acoustic Bass

Jerome Jennings – Drums


Dominick Farinacci

Recently featured in Vanity Fair (December 2015), trumpeter Dominick Farinacci was named the very first Global Ambassador to Jazz at Lincoln Center by Wynton Marsalis, working to further integrate jazz into communities around the world. He graduated from The Juilliard School in 2005 launched his career in Japan with a prolific run of eight albums, and later releasing two more globally. He was a featured guest on ABC’s Good Morning America, and is a TED Speaker. Music icon Quincy Jones says of Dominick’s accomplishments in performance, recording, education & advocacy, “This kid is 360 degrees!”

His most recent recording (his Mack Avenue Records debut) “Short Stories” is produced by Tommy LiPuma. “Short Stories” is Tommy & Dominick’s first collaboration and brings together popular songs from around the globe surrounded by some of the greatest artists in music. It will be released on Mack Avenue Records in 2016.

In addition to touring around the world with his band, Dominick has been successful in his personal endeavors on bringing music into the community through Arts and Wellness & Education. He was invited by TED to be a TED Speaker at the 2014 TED MED conference at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, is a featured performer for the Cleveland Clinic in both Ohio and Abu Dhabi, and organized the very first jazz performance for patients in Abu Dhabi in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic and the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation. For Dominick, music and health go hand in hand, most recently organizing panel discussions exploring the synergy between patient-doctor communication & artist communication on the bandstand with Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.

Dominick has been a leading advocate in music education development. He has been featured at the Community College Association of America in D.C., served as Music Consultant to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, and initially launched a music education program at the Tommy LiPuma Center for Creative Arts in Cleveland, Ohio.   

Lucy Woodward




Born in London, Lucy spent her childhood in New York and Holland. She is the daughter of two classical musicians – her father a conductor and composer, her mother an opera singer, musicologist, teacher and bellydancer. No matter which household she was living in, she was “always music-making and creating.”

Fresh out of school, she was singing jazz in NYC’s West Village for tips, singing in cover bands and writing songs before signing with Atlantic Records (2003) —a time period that saw her score a Top 40 hit with “Dumb Girls” and another Top 5 hit she wrote for Stacie Orrico called “(There’s Gotta Be) More to Life”, earning her 2 BMI Awards. With her debut record in tow, she toured the US, Japan and New Zealand and appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

But Woodward had no desire to be a pop starlet: her follow-up, the jazzier, punchier indie record Lucy Woodward is…Hot and Bothered was released in 2008 which “she new light” on music-making again. Hot and Bothered was inspired by her days at Manhattan School of Music, lots of Etta James and the 1967 classic animated film The Jungle Book bringing her back to her bluesy roots. Billboard described how “Lucy’s a ball, equally appreciable for fans of melodic sing-along baubles and highbrow aficionados of finely honed musical composition. A sonic turnstile that flips through dreamy pop, jazz and bluesy bebop”.

This, in turn, was followed by Hooked!, an album of Brill Building meets Big Band songs, released on Verve/Universal (2010) — which was largely produced by Tony Visconti (David Bowie). The album effortlessly moves across multiple genres, including gypsy-swing, jazz and rhythm & blues. Along with her self-penned compositions, the album showcases Lucy’s stunning covers of Peggy Lee’s Cuban-inspired “Sans Souci” and an a cappella Hoagy Carmichael classic, “Stardust.” Nellie McKay, who Lucy had always been a hardcore fan of, wrote a song for her called “Another Woman” which Lucy recorded on Hooked! as well (featuring Nellie on background vocals).

In 2012,  Lucy was asked to tour as a band member filling in for the lead singer of Pink Martini learning songs in Turkish, French Croatian, Japanese and Spanish with 6 days notice. Lucy’s dates with Pink Martini varied from Montreal Jazz Fest to singing with the San Francisco Symphony for several performances. That same year, Lucy has also toured overseas sponsored by Armed Forces Entertainment, performing for American military units stationed in Spain, Italy and Turkey.

Lucy met Snarky Puppy bandleader Michael League, who played bass in her NYC band at the time. She started opening for Snarky Puppy (with them as her backing band) and was featured on Snarky Puppy’s Family Dinner, Vol. 1 album singing the hauntingly bluesy “Too Hot To Last”, earning them their first Grammy. League and longtime friend keyboardist/arranger Henry Hey (Forq, Rudder, David Bowie) co-produced her fourth solo album Til They Bang on The Door, which was released on GroundUP/Verve/Universal in 2016. The album features the Snarky Puppy horns, Cory Henry on organ and Grammy nominees trombonist Alan Ferber and cellist Dave Eggar as well as many other musicians in their NYC community. She continues to tour with Snarky Puppy and Forq.

In 2017, Lucy debuted her material with Big Band arrangements from two of  her albums performing at Aarhus Jazz Festival and Jam Days with TipToe Big Band in Denmark, Holland and in Los Angeles with The Dave Richards Big Band. She was also invited to perform a concert collaboration with Germany’s WDR Big Band (featuring arrangements/conducted by Chris Walden) in the Fall, 2018. Throughout 2018, Lucy will be touring with The Charlie Hunter Trio and they will also record in the Fall, 2018.

In addition to her solo career, Woodward toured with Rod Stewart for many years singing background vocals. She has also sung on albums by Celine Dion, Nikka Costa, Chaka Khan, Barbra Streisand, Carole King, Joe Cocker and Snarky Puppy. Her songs and vocals have been heard in many movies including What a Girl Wants, The Blind Side, Music and Lyrics, New Year’s Eve, First Daughter, Last Vegas and Disney’s Ice Princess, with her rendition of Bjork/Betty Hutton big band cover “It’s Oh So Quiet.”



“Lucy’s whole oeuvre, by saying – Her voice … is a pleasant mix of wide-eyed charm and in-the-know playfulness, Like a piece of clove gum, she’s got a good kick, and the flavor lingers pretty well afterwards.”

“What a voice…” 
– RUSSELL CROWE  (Twitter)

“Til They Bang On The Door, it’s brilliant. Well done, miss you in the band. Sir Rod xxx”

“Ravishing Show” An unusually dynamic and skilled singer, who at the same time proved to be a masterful performer. Lucy Woodward is new to a Danish context, but what a singer! Power and radiance, and her vocal abilities showed great diversity and artistic range.


“A sonic turnstile that flips through dreamy pop, jazz and bluesy bebop, [Lucy] lovingly revisits ’60s Britpop, with a cool finger-snapping rhythm, stings of strings and percussive snaps, and a performance that fosters an image of the vocalist clinging to the mic stand with one hand, glass of champagne in the other and a faraway look in her eyes, toying sensuously with her audience. The album boasts staggering versatility.  Lucy’s a ball, equally appreciable for fans of melodic singalong baubles and highbrow aficionados of finely honed musical composition.” 

“A steamy, string-kissed slice of retro British pop by a versatile singer/songwriter.”  


“An effortlessly engaging, deeply expressive vocalist and an insightful, charismatic and disarmingly witty songwriter.”

“Lucy brings a sultry intensity and scorching sensuality to her bluesy jazz/pop performances – “a jaw-dropping listening experience.”

“Jump, jive and wail along with this swinging single-gal lament.  You’ll feel the song’s retro tom-tom beat, but it’s Woodward’s brassy, ticklish vocals—and clever lyrics that rhyme `our registry’ with `couples therapy’—that’ll have you hitting Repeat.”

“…produced with an ear to re-creating the big ensemble pop of the ’50s and ’60s,  fans of that old-school Brill Building sound should find Hooked! to be an appealing catch.”

“Woodward … was absolutely show-stopping behind the mic. Her vocal delivery was effortless.”  

“Woodward starts the show off with a “Hit it boys” that makes the venue feel like a New York underground speakeasy from the 1930s. As ceiling fans help reposition the beads of sweat from forehead to neck, Woodward’s sultry lyrics spill out into the crowd and cause simultaneous group vibing. She has the kind of voice that sounds good just breathing into a microphone. Her set builds up to “Hot and Bothered,” which she tells us actually came from a Yiddish lullaby her grandma used to sing to her. If only we all could be sung to sleep by such music.”