Jackie Gage New York 'Siren Songs' Release Show
June 18, 2016
"Those strings. That voice. These songs. On Jackie Gage's debut album Siren Songs, she establishes herself firmly as one of the most vital artists in the jazz world. It's soulful, inventive, playful, and powerful. It's a truly rare work of art." - AFROPUNK
Jackie Gage is proud to present her critically acclaimed debut album 'Siren Songs' at the Cell, located at 338 West 23rd Street in New York, NY on Saturday, June 18 at 7:30 pm. Tickest are $15 and be reserved by visiting here.
A velvet voice, rich as smooth wine... Jackie Gage is the Sade of jazz; she possesses a musical grace that channels torch singers of decades past, mixing elements of jazz, soul, and R&B into her music. Since the release of her debut album 'Siren Songs' in March 2016, Gage has garnered press from Afropunk, Singers Room, and All About Jazz, among many others.
Jackie Gage, vocals
Dario Boente, piano
Joe Doubleday, vibes
Noah Jackson, bass
Henry Conerway III, drums
Gage, who recently relocated to New York City from San Jose, has firmly made her mark in her home state with annual tours from Sacramento to San Diego. As a 2014 Jazz Search West finalist, she was awarded performances at nationally recognized venues Yoshi’s Oakland, the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley and the Sound Room in Oakland. In addition, she has performed at the Fillmore Jazz Festival, San Jose Summer Fest and Berkeley Juneteeth, among others. Most recently, she opened for the Brand New Heavies at the world-famous B.B. Kings in New York City.