Jazz Vocalist Aaron Myers at Mr. Henry's
Aaron Myers, known as the "Class Act" and currently ranked the number one Jazz artist in DC on the Reverbnation Jazz Charts, brings his show to Mr. Henry's the fourth Friday of every month.
Washington, DC, September 23, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Friday night, patrons will be entertained by Jazz Vocalist Aaron Myers at Mr. Henry's at his monthly Fourth Friday Jazz Show. This show will be unique as he will be celebrating the release of his new album "The Lion's Den" that will be released digitally October 2nd. Physical "Pre-Release" copies of the project will be available for purchase at this time.
"Working with Mr. Henry's has been a great experience," Myers said. "It's good to be apart of programming that continues a long tradition of jazz and live music."
Myers debuted music from his new album "The Lion's Den" September 9th at Blues Alley. To a packed house, he introduced his version of "I Can Recall," a vocal version of Chick Corea's "Spain" with noted soprano Aundi Marie Moore and rapper Pacman Slim. Myers will also kick off his Friday show with a blues he's sang for years affectionately called "Aaron"s Blues" that is also included on the project.
A staple on the DC Jazz scene, Myers brought his show to Mr. Henry's in June after the closing of the Black Fox Lounge where he served as Resident Artist for five years. Now Resident Artist at Mr. Henry's, he also serves as one of hosts of the Capitol Hill Jazz Jam every Wednesday night from 8pm - 11pm which was launched by saxophonist Herb Scott. Mr. Henry's will be introducing a new feature to the popular Friday and Saturday night jazz shows, a reservation component that will offer a special dinner menu and preferred seating. This added element is unique and a fresh addition to typical no cover live music shows.
"I'm an independent artist that takes great pride in his art," Myers said. "This venue respects that and we've worked hard to ensure that every aspect of the show experience is elevated, from the plate to the performance!" Mr. Henry's has served the community since 1966, known as the launching pad for artists such as Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway.
Aaron Myers, known as the "Class Act" and currently ranked the number one Jazz artist in DC on the Reverbnation Jazz Charts, brings his show to Mr. Henry's the fourth Friday of every month. Selected Best Singer in the Washington City Paper's "Best of DC Readers Poll" for 2015, Myers has currently been selected as a contender in The Blade's Best of Gay DC Readers Poll as "Best Singer of a Band," an honor he's very proud of. Through his partnerships with charities, businesses, and politics, Myers has made an impression on the District that merges art with activism. Visit his website at www.aaron2.me for more information.