**This exciting and unique performance will allow you, the audience, to participate by affecting the performance with your appearance and reactions. The virtual nightclub experience will be as powerful in your mind as an action-packed movie or well-written novel with the entertainment value you've been craving.
Jazz vocalist John Minnock presents a virtual show celebrating the recent release of his new album ‘Herring Cove’. John is joined by jazz legend saxophonist Dave Liebman, who served as Executive Producer of the album.
Music industry legend David Shire, who composed a track for the album ‘Herring Cove’, has provided a new song to be debuted at this show - ‘Simplicity’ - a meditation for what is important in our difficult time.
“Herring Cove” was released on June 5th on the GRAMMY nominated Dot Time Records. Met with critical acclaim, including a rave review from Broadwayworld's Stephen Mosher, Herring Cove is a heartfelt exploration of the contemporary gay experience. The album is available at Dot Time Records.
Proceeds from the show will be donated to the Ali Forney Center - the nation’s largest and most comprehensive agency dedicated to LGBTQ homeless youths.
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Have you ever been pulled into a scene while reading a good book or watching an action-packed movie? That's great story-telliing: you're in the audience but you feel like you're in the scene. With our high quality production, you will be transported to a nightclub experience. We want you to take part in this exciting, new platform and participate and 'get into character' as a good audience should. Let us show you how.
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