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Sat, May 18



A Night of Jazz with Etta Cox

Etta Cox has been voted Best Jazz Vocalist in Pittsburgh for eight years. She has appeared on Broadway & in films. We will have wine for sale by KingView Mead and complimentary hors d'oeuvres and a meet-and-greet after the show.

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A Night of Jazz with Etta Cox
A Night of Jazz with Etta Cox

Time & Location

May 18, 2019, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Tarenbee, 300 E 8th Ave, Tarentum, PA 15084, USA

About The Event

Etta Cox has been voted “Best Jazz Vocalist” in Pittsburgh for 8 consecutive years and has received the Harry Schwalb Award for Excellence in the Arts , was selected as one of the 25 MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN PITTSBURGH by Pittsburgh Magazine , voted Performer of the Year by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, received Talk Magazine’s 2008 Walt Harper All that Jazz Award, 2001 Arts and Letters Award from the YWCA and Lifetime Achievement Award from Covenant Church on the Hill for 2008.

She and Al Dowe have been performing not only in the Pittsburgh area but New York, Atlantic City and Key West Florida. They were also the co-owners of the popular jazz club Dowe’s on 9th. They have opened for such names as Ray Charles, Doc Severinson, David Brenner, Debbie Reynolds Donald O’Connor, Danny Glover, Ossie Davis, Mavis Staples, Mark Murphy and Allen Harris. She and Mr. Dowe made a premiere performance with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theaters’ production of Smokin’ Roses with performances at Pittsburgh’s Byham Theater and Wolf Trap.

Originally from St. Joseph, Missouri, she has performed in the tri-state area for many years. She has appeared on Broadway in I Love My Wife, with Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs, the 1940’s Radio Hour with Dee Dee Bridgewater, as well as the starring role in Showtime’s production of The Me Nobody Knows. Locally she has appeared in the Pittsburgh Public Theaters’ Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, City Theaters’ productions of From the Mississippi Delta, Spunk, Avenue X and Crowns. She is well remembered for her starring roles in Ken Gargaro’s production of Beehive and the Shakespeare Festivals’ Two Gentlemen of Verona. Her film career started in 1985 with Silent Witness, starring Valerie Bertinelli and John Savage, Lady Beware, with Diane Lane and Michael Woods, Criminal Justice with Jennifer Grey an Forrest Whitaker, Bump in the Night with Meredith Baxter and Christopher Reeves and The Cemetery Club with Ellen Burstyn and Danny Aiello, Warrior starring Nick Nolte and The Next Three Days with Russell Crowe.


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