“Pure Joy” With Paige Patterson
Come get cozy with Paige Patterson this month as she presents her Valentine’s Day homage to Black History. She is a female crooner who pays tribute to people like Duke Ellington, Stevie Wonder, Nancy Wilson, The Drifters, Harry Belafonte, and Corrine Bailey Rae. Paige’s mission is to revive one’s memories of a bygone era and restore one’s faith in the power of music. She believes in singing not “AT” but “TO” to the audience. Enjoy this dynamic performance as she is joined by a full band! Saxophone, drums, guitar and keyboard.
In January, Paige will be singing for the Inauguration of Suffolk County Supervisor Ed Romine. In December of 2022, she was the opening act for Marylin McCoo, at the behest of the Tilles Center. In NYC, Paige has performed at the Metropolitan Room, the Apollo Theater, and Don’t Tell Mamma’s, just to name a few. Moreover, she is a 2022 Huntington Arts Council Grant Recipient through NYSCA.
On Long Island, Paige was awarded her own concert twice on the Harry Chapin Stage, courtesy of the Huntington Arts Council. She has also performed at the Southampton Center for the Arts, Oheka Castle, and the Inauguration of Sherrif Toulon.
Stuart Waters (PIANO)
Stuart Waters is an accomplished pianist and vocalist, classically trained in piano at the Julliard Prep School. Stuart started performing professionally at age 13 when he became involved in jazz and blues. At age 15, he was featured as a rising star on WQXR Radio’s “Young America Plays.” Stuart has performed throughout the United States. His performance and studio credits include projects with Joe Carbone, Joe Carter, Paula Atherton, Earl Williams, Walter Perkins, James Cammack, and Chasey Dean.
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