Rob Fulton and Terri Davis Birthday Jazz Celebration Saturday, September 8th 8pm & 9:30pm @ Savanna Rae's Restaurant

Rob Fulton and Terri Davis
Birthday Jazz Celebration
Saturday, September 8th
Sets 8pm & 9:30pm
@ Savanna Rae's Restaurant
2070 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd
New York NY 10027

Terri Davis
Vocalist, Educator, Lyricist. Composer, Arranger
Born in Beaufort, South Carolina, lives in Harlem, NY At age 16 moved to Washington, DC where she completed high school and college Mother and father are/were both music teachers and performers Mother still sings and plays piano and is a retired music teacher, and father (deceased), played alto sax and sang.

Her father, Earl Davis was army buddies with Wayne Shorter, and when Terri met Wayne he told her that her father was the opera singer who played like Cannonball. Attended Howard University earned a Bachelor of Music Performed nationally and internationally.
She is a licensed music teacher, taught in Harlem at Thurgood Marshall Academy for seven years. Went on a study leave to earn her Masters in order to fulfill certification requirements. Attended Howard University as the Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Jazz Vocal Department where she taught one course as a teaching assistant and was a member of and recorded with the renowned jazz vocal ensemble, Afro Blue Terri was a finalist for the 2011 and 2012 Jazzmobile Jazz Vocal Competition After earning her Masters Terri has decided to pursue a career as a performer. She teaches beginner piano and voice out of her home studio and she is considering pursuing her doctorate in Jazz vocals and Academics. Terri is also a Shape NYC certified

Rob Fulton
A native of New York, Rob Fulton started performing at a very early age. His musical influence came from his mother, a touring Gospel singer. She helped in the early development of his musical career by enrolling him in music school learning guitar. However, it was when he joined the school band, from grade school through high school, that he learned music theory as well as the slide trombone and piano. Rob continued his musical development at S.U.N.Y. Old Westbury studying under Ken McIntyre.
Rob has toured Europe as a Contemporary Gospel and R&B performer. Studying under some of the legends, he honed his vocal skills, several years ago to his first love; Jazz. Featured in various New York City Jazz clubs, he continues to astound his audience as being one of the most versatile vocalist.

Nat Adderley Jr.
An American pop and rhythm and blues music arranger and pianist who spent much of his music career arranging as music director for Luther Vandross tours and contributed as co-songwriter on most of Vandross's albums. His father Nat Adderley (19312000) was a composer and jazz cornet and trumpet player, while his uncle Cannonball Adderley (19281975) was a jazz alto saxophonist.

Marc Cary
is a post bop jazz pianist based out of New York City.[2] Cary has played and recorded with several well-known musicians, including Dizzy Gillespie, Betty Carter, Roy Hargrove, Arthur Taylor, Abbey Lincoln, Carlos Garnett, Erykah Badu, Meshell Ndegeocello, Stefon Harris, Lauryn Hill, Ani DiFranco, Jackie McLean, Q-Tip and Carmen McRae.
Cary grew up playing on the go-go music scene in Washington, D.C. He eventually moved to New York City, and it was through his work with Abbey Lincoln that broad audiences were first introduced to his rhythmic style, which draws on the influence of Randy Weston and McCoy Tyner.

Endea Owens
Detroit native, is a vibrant bassist. She has been mentore by the likes of Marcus Belgrave, Marion Hayden, Ron Carter and Rodney Whitaker. She has toured and preformed with Dee Dee Bridgewater, Jazzmeia Horn, Steve Turre, Jennifer Holliday, Camille Thurman, and Lea DeLaria from the Netflix original series "Orange is The New Black". Endea has done music exchange programs in Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago. She has performed at jazz festivals in Switzerland, Paraguay, The Cayman Islands, Australia, Poland, Ukraine, South Korea, India, Detroit, and San Francisco.She has also been featured as a guest artist for the Spelman Vocal Jazz Ensemble's East Coast Tour and has had her compositions featured in the Capital City Film Festival in East Lansing, MI.

Dwayne "Cook" Broadnax
Currently the drummer with The Dwayne Cook Broadnax Quartet. Was the drummer with Jazz vocal legend Mr. Jimmy Scott aka "Little" Jimmy Scott for 14 amazing years. Cook worked with Savion Glover, Jazz Mobile, Lincoln Center, Patience Higgins, Jim Camack, Barbara King, Hill Greene, Eddie Allen, Virginia Mayhew, TK Blue, Micheal Howel, Jamie Fox, Carlton Holms, Beldon Bullock, Danny Mixon, Terrance Dove, Monte Croft, Kenny Davis, Nina Delasondro, Brian Carrot, Lisa Perrot, Eric Lemon, Carla Cook, Anthony Wonsey, Carl Thompson, Alex Minasian, Brandy Duestinhof, Tsontmu Nakai, Sam Newsome, Joe Tranquina, Darly Kojac, Lafayette Harris, Dee Daniels and Marcus Mclaurine to name a few. Dwayne has been an Adjunct professor at Long Island Universilty (Brooklyn branch) since 1995. Dwayne was assistant professor and drummer for Jazz Appreciation Classes at New York University from 2004 to 2010. Dwayne also plays on Vic Firth sticks and brushes.

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