August 23, 2019

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Consummate Balladeer Nicholas Bearde Sings Smooth Nat King Cole Classics at Upcoming SF Jazz Festival
March 6, 2019

"Sing, Sing A Song, Sing Out Loud, Sing Out Strong..." Nicholas Bearde at the San Francisco Jazz Festival June 2019.  Tickets go on sale March 7, 2019.  Get yours before they are sold out

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SFJAZZ Summer Concerts go on sale to the public this
March 8th at 11 AM.

Nicolas Bearde will be returning to the SFJAZZ Center for the 2019 San Francisco Jazz Festival this summer where he will be presenting the music of Nat "King" Cole with fresh arrangements by Josh Nelson, long time pianist for the late Natalie Cole.

Joining him for this performance will be a stellar group of musicians featuring Grammy nominated Randy Porter on piano, Ruth Davies on bass, Lorca Hart on drums, and Charles McNeal on sax.

Nicolas' shows sell out quickly - so be sure to get your tickets early, and while they last.
Friday, June 21, 2019
2 shows 7p and 830p.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 8th at 11am.
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