6:30pm Show | 65-70 minute performance | Doors open at 5pm |
Almost sold out, remaining seats are at the Bar, purchase tickets at venue.
Food and Beverages will be served from 5pm -7:30pm
8:30pm Show | 65-70 minute performance | Doors open at 8:00pm |
*PLEASE NOTE: We are almost sold out for this show, remaining seats are at the Bar tables and Bar only*
Food and Beverages will be served from 8:00pm -9:30pm
**Please note, there is a 2 item minimum purchase of either food or beverages (including non-alcohol) during the show
$5 valet at entrance of Marriott Downtown at the Capitol District, just mention you are attending The Jewell and they will provide a different color valet ticket.
$5 College Students, Tickets can be purchased on site when showing student I.D
“There are so many ways to savor Karrin Allyson’s artistry. Start with her voice, its rareclarity and resonant timbre….Everything she sings seems to rise from a smile.” – Bob Doerschuk, DownBeat Magazine
Born in Great Bend, Kansas, Allyson now lives in New York City, after growing up in Omaha, Nebraska, attending high school in the Bay Area, earning her bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and spending time in both Kansas City and Minneapolis before making the move in 2000. Since moving to New York, Allyson’s band has consisted of such players as Bruce Barth, Ed Howard, James Williams, Adam Cruz, Steve Wilson, Miro Sprague, Jerome Jennings, and Jeff Johnson. Also an accomplished vocal instructor, Allyson travels the world teaching, touring, and playing the major jazz festivals, concert venues, and clubs of the U.S. and overseas. Allyson’s impressive discography culminated last year with the release of Some of that Sunshine, her first collection of all-original tracks and a further testament to her already impressive creative output. As Christopher Loudon writes in Jazz Times, “With Some of That Sunshine, Allyson unleashes her equally impressive dexterity as a songwriter.” Allyson is accompanied on the record by Miro Sprague on keyboard, Chris Caswell, who also serves as producer and co-writer on many of the tracks), bassist Jeff Johnson, guitarist Rod Fleeman, and drummer Jerome Jennings, with special guests Regina Carter and Houston Person. The record includes tracks that touch on social change and romantic disillusion while maintaining a joyous, bittersweet optimism. Throughout her other recordings, she has always been intrinsically involved in the arrangements, creating them all for Many a New Day, among others. With Some of that Sunshine Allyson comes full circle. With fifteen albums released so far, and always more exciting projects in the works, Allyson’s range and creativity seems to have no bounds. What unites this wide world of music is Allyson’s warmth and depth. She’s not just singing a lyric, she’s telling you her story. And then that becomes your story. You hear the music from the inside out.
Celebrating her new album “Some of That Sunshine” features all originals here is a snippet: