Natalie Douglas

To Nina… A Tribute to Nina Simone
Featuring Natalie Douglas

A pivotal artist of the Twentieth Century, Dr. Nina Simone was one of Natalie’s principal influences, filling her early musical memories with the dignity, grace and emotional power that was Nina Simone.

Honoring Nina’s spirit, Natalie performs songs recorded by the late legendary singer, including George Gershwin’s “I Loves You Porgy”, Nina’s big hit “My Baby Just Cares for Me”, Dr. Simone’s composition “Mississippi Goddam”, the stirring “I Put a Spell On You” and the ode to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Why (The King of Love is Dead).”

About the Artist:

Called “a true force of nature” and “in a league of her own” by Clive Davis of The Times (UK), Natalie Douglas is a Nightlife, two-time Backstage Bistro and twelve-time MAC *Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) Award Winner, and recipient of the 2014 Margaret Whiting & 2016 Donald F. Smith Awards from the Mabel Mercer Foundation. Natalie’s portrait also hangs on the legendary Birdland Jazz Club Wall of Fame.

The popular artist and educator has spent the last few years brining her concerts, workshops and master classes to audience and students across the US (Carnegie Hall, Birdland, Café Carlyle, The Town Hall, Herbst Theatre, Thalian Hall and Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater & Appel Room) and the world, including appearances in the UK, Germany, Montenegro, Greece, Corsica Argentina and Mexico.

Natalie has a Bachelor’s Degree from USC in Theatre and Women’s Studies and hold a Master’s Degree from UCLA in Psychology and Theatre. For more information on Natalie Douglas, please visit nataliedouglas.com.

 

Natalie Douglas

To Nina… A Tribute to Nina Simone
Featuring Natalie Douglas with music director Brian Nash

 A pivotal artist of the Twentieth Century, Dr. Nina Simone was one of Natalie’s principal influences, filling her early musical memories with the dignity, grace and emotional power that was Nina Simone.

Honoring Nina’s spirit, Natalie performs songs recorded by the late legendary singer, including George Gershwin’s “I Loves You Porgy”, Nina’s big hit “My Baby Just Cares for Me”, Dr. Simone’s composition “Mississippi Goddam”, the stirring “I Put a Spell On You” and the ode to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Why (The King of Love is Dead).”

About the Artist:

Called “a true force of nature” and “in a league of her own” by Clive Davis of The Times (UK), Natalie Douglas is a Nightlife, two-time Backstage Bistro and twelve-time MAC *Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) Award Winner, and recipient of the 2014 Margaret Whiting & 2016 Donald F. Smith Awards from the Mabel Mercer Foundation. Natalie’s portrait also hangs on the legendary Birdland Jazz Club Wall of Fame.

The popular artist and educator has spent the last few years brining her concerts, workshops and master classes to audience and students across the US (Carnegie Hall, Birdland, Café Carlyle, The Town Hall, Herbst Theatre, Thalian Hall and Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater & Appel Room) and the world, including appearances in the UK, Germany, Montenegro, Greece, Corsica Argentina and Mexico.

Natalie has a Bachelor’s Degree from USC in Theatre and Women’s Studies and hold a Master’s Degree from UCLA in Psychology and Theatre. For more information on Natalie Douglas, please visit nataliedouglas.com.

We will try to seat all parties of two or more together and appreciate your patience and understanding as we operate to maintain all safety guidelines. Doors open 45-minutes prior to curtain time. Seating will be based on party size, arrival time, and is up to the discretion of the management.

Spencer Day

Here Comes The Sun
Featuring Spencer Day

Spencer Day — the #1 Billboard jazz/pop singer and songwriter seen everywhere from Lincoln Center to the Hollywood Bowl — will celebrate the resurgence of live concerts with a very special return engagement in San Francisco for an exclusive four-night run at Feinstein’s at the Nikko from June 23 to June 26. His concert Here Comes the Sun will focus on brighter days ahead with an optimistic mix of Spencer’s unique original songs, timeless standards, pop classics, and creative covers.

About the Artist
Spencer Day is one of the most acclaimed young artists creating witty and sophisticated pop songs in the tradition of the classic American writers. NPR raved that he has “one of the most beautiful singing voices around today.” He’s also been hailed as “sensual and intimate” by The Huffington Post, “compelling” by Time Out New York, and “brilliant” by the San Francisco ChronicleThe Washington Post praised his “cool jazz sensibilities” and “cleverly crafted tales.”

Day has wandered amid the expansive and diverse landscape of American music, developing an artistic sensibility that borrows from numerous sources: jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, folk, traditional and contemporary pop.

Spencer’s 2018 indie release Angel City was recorded will full orchestra at Capitol Studios and the album’s title song was the #1 Most Added track from the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart, in addition to being #1 Most Added track on the Groove Jazz Music Chart. Day’s album Vagabond peaked at #11 on the Billboard Album Chart and stayed on the chart for 47 weeks. The lead single, “Til You Come To Me,” peaked at #3. His previous album, Daybreak, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Jazz Chart.

His first video collaboration with the viral sensation Postmodern Jukebox recently surpassed two million views on YouTube.

 

Spencer Day

Here Comes The Sun
Featuring Spencer Day

Spencer Day — the #1 Billboard jazz/pop singer and songwriter seen everywhere from Lincoln Center to the Hollywood Bowl — will celebrate the resurgence of live concerts with a very special return engagement in San Francisco for an exclusive four-night run at Feinstein’s at the Nikko from June 23 to June 26. His concert Here Comes the Sun will focus on brighter days ahead with an optimistic mix of Spencer’s unique original songs, timeless standards, pop classics, and creative covers.

About the Artist
Spencer Day is one of the most acclaimed young artists creating witty and sophisticated pop songs in the tradition of the classic American writers. NPR raved that he has “one of the most beautiful singing voices around today.” He’s also been hailed as “sensual and intimate” by The Huffington Post, “compelling” by Time Out New York, and “brilliant” by the San Francisco ChronicleThe Washington Post praised his “cool jazz sensibilities” and “cleverly crafted tales.”

Day has wandered amid the expansive and diverse landscape of American music, developing an artistic sensibility that borrows from numerous sources: jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, folk, traditional and contemporary pop.

Spencer’s 2018 indie release Angel City was recorded will full orchestra at Capitol Studios and the album’s title song was the #1 Most Added track from the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart, in addition to being #1 Most Added track on the Groove Jazz Music Chart. Day’s album Vagabond peaked at #11 on the Billboard Album Chart and stayed on the chart for 47 weeks. The lead single, “Til You Come To Me,” peaked at #3. His previous album, Daybreak, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Jazz Chart.

His first video collaboration with the viral sensation Postmodern Jukebox recently surpassed two million views on YouTube.

 

Spencer Day

We will try to seat all parties of two or more together and appreciate your patience and understanding as we operate to maintain all safety guidelines. Doors open 45-minutes prior to curtain time. Seating will be based on party size, arrival time, and is up to the discretion of the management.

Spencer Day

Here Comes The Sun
Featuring Spencer Day

Spencer Day — the #1 Billboard jazz/pop singer and songwriter seen everywhere from Lincoln Center to the Hollywood Bowl — will celebrate the resurgence of live concerts with a very special return engagement in San Francisco for an exclusive four-night run at Feinstein’s at the Nikko from June 23 to June 26. His concert Here Comes the Sun will focus on brighter days ahead with an optimistic mix of Spencer’s unique original songs, timeless standards, pop classics, and creative covers.

About the Artist

Spencer Day is one of the most acclaimed young artists creating witty and sophisticated pop songs in the tradition of the classic American writers. NPR raved that he has “one of the most beautiful singing voices around today.” He’s also been hailed as “sensual and intimate” by The Huffington Post, “compelling” by Time Out New York, and “brilliant” by the San Francisco ChronicleThe Washington Post praised his “cool jazz sensibilities” and “cleverly crafted tales.”

Day has wandered amid the expansive and diverse landscape of American music, developing an artistic sensibility that borrows from numerous sources: jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, folk, traditional and contemporary pop.

Spencer’s 2018 indie release Angel City was recorded will full orchestra at Capitol Studios and the album’s title song was the #1 Most Added track from the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart, in addition to being #1 Most Added track on the Groove Jazz Music Chart. Day’s album Vagabond peaked at #11 on the Billboard Album Chart and stayed on the chart for 47 weeks. The lead single, “Til You Come To Me,” peaked at #3. His previous album, Daybreak, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Jazz Chart.

His first video collaboration with the viral sensation Postmodern Jukebox recently surpassed two million views on YouTube.