Jazzville presents jazz singer Amber Weekes with her band for an amazing night of music at the Cascade Lounge, Palm Springs.
Amber Weekes past shows
Amber Weekes is a “straight-ahead jazz” vocalist and recording artist who has an on-going love affair with the “Torch Song.”
Enjoy an evening with a thoroughly engaging, entertaining performer and consummate storyteller. Experience Amber’s “pin drop exquisite voice and stylistic eclecticism” as one jazz reviewer noted.
Celebrate L.A.’s finest jazz musicians with Jazz at LACMA, presented Friday evenings from April to November.
This week, join us for a concert with Amber Weekes.
Amber Weekes is a straight-ahead jazz vocalist who has an ongoing love affair with the “torch song.” She has performed in venues throughout Southern California and jazz festivals across the country. Amber’s recent releases includes Round Midnight Re-Imagined, My Romance, and Pure Imagination. During the pandemic, Weekes found time to entertain her friend each week by creating the “Sunday Night Lullaby,” intimate 15-minute concerts from her home via Facebook Live.
Amber Weekes performs selections for her recent album “Pure Imagination” and selections from her brand-new and upcoming holiday release “The Gathering”.
On “Pure Imagination” she also performs several tunes including socially conscious classics, honoring a singer who has been a strong influence in her music, the legendary OSCAR BROWN, JR.
Amber Weekes is a “straight ahead jazz” vocalist and recording artist who has an on-going love affair with the “Torch Song.”
Of Latin and Caribbean roots, Amber is a native of Los Angeles, California who was raised by parents born (her father) and raised (her mother) in Harlem, New York. Among her many influences are: Diahann Carroll, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Shirley Bassey, Lena Horne, Oscar Brown, Jr., and the very early recordings of Barbra Streisand. Amber has sung since her childhood, and has studied with Gwendolyn Wyatt, Phil Moore, Jr., Catherine Hansen, Sue Fink, and in most recent years with three-time Grammy nominee, Sue Raney.
A patron at one venue described her voice as being “as soft as a pillow.”
She has performed in many venues in Southern California and has also performed at the New Rochelle Jazz Festival in New York and Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. She has also been a repeated guest on Chet Hanley’s “Jazz In the Modern Era” and “Straight Ahead Jazz Plus.” She was also an attendee at the 2020 Jazz Congress in New York City, New York. Amber’s earlier release “ ‘Round Midnight” was played in markets across the country. Amber’s new release “Pure Imagination” is being played in markets from coast to coast as well as multiple markets in Europe.