Gaynell Rose Returns To Abbott’s

Gaynell Rose performing at the first ever Abbott's Jazz Dinner in 2011.
Gaynell Rose performing at the first ever Abbott’s Jazz Dinner in 2011.

Abbott’s Grill is kicking off 2013 with another event in their popular Spotlight Jazz Dinner Series, bringing back international recording artist Gaynell Rose and her talented band of musicians for two nights in January.

Attendees will be enjoy a 4-course dinner prepared by the chefs at Abbott’s Grill while enjoying an electrifying performance of rhythm and blues and jazz classics. Gaynell Rose has been described as “soulful and dynamic” and her shows captivate audiences, taking them through a spectrum of emotions as the show unfolds. “Combining the tortured passions of Billie Holiday, the raw emotion of Joe Cocker and the diva strut of Tina Turner” (from GaynellRose.com) Gaynell has wowed audiences opening for Patti Labelle and has played festivals from New York and Washington D.C. to Guadalajara, Mexico.

Owner/Chef Kevin Reading is thrilled about the return of Gaynell Rose, calling it a “can’t miss event. She was our first performer in our Jazz Dinner Series and got such a positive reaction from the crowd that we couldn’t wait to have her back.”

Gaynell Rose will be at Abbott’s Grill on Saturday, January 26th and Sunday, January 27th. Each night will begin at 7pm and will feature 2 sets of music and a 4-course dinner. Tickets are $65 per person and can be reserved by calling Abbott’s Grill at 491-6736 or by visiting their website at abbottsgrill.com.

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