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Napa, CA (June 8, 2021) – Blue Note Napa is pleased to announce the performance of Grammy Award winner Jody Watley on Saturday, June 26. June 2021 at the legendary Charles Krug Winery.
The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) recently announced Grammy Award-winning artist and performer Jody Whatley as its first Member Ambassador.
Jody Whatley, singer-songwriter, producer and businesswoman, is one of the architects of 21st century pop music. The century. From her groundbreaking fusion of rap and R&B (the 1987 album Friends, a collaboration with hip-hop legend Eric B. & Rakim), to her visionary fusion of high fashion, street fashion and music in the 80s (long before it became the norm), to her fusion of jazz and underground club culture with a distinct pop instinct and the ease with which she has crossed and continues to cross genres, Jody Watley has created a template that is a record for everyone today.
We are very excited to host their first live show since the pandemic ended live music last year, said Ken Tesler, owner of Blue Note Napa. To have an iconic artist like Jody Whatley in the first wave of our shows is really special to us.
Watley’s performance coincides with Pride Month (June), and Blue Note Napa will donate a portion of ticket sales to LGBTQ Connection Napa to support NAPA PRIDE.
Tickets can be purchased at bluenotenapa.com or ticketmaster.com. The Charles Krug estate is located at 2800 Main St. in St. Louis. Helena, Napa Valley, CA.
For more information and a full list of concerts, visit bluenotenapa.com.
ABOUT THE BLUE NOTE NAPA
Blue Note Napa opened in October 2016 at the historic Napa Valley Opera House under the leadership of managing partner Ken Tesler. The downtown Napa location is the only West Coast venue in the acclaimed Blue Note New York jazz club portfolio, which includes nine Blue Note jazz clubs worldwide. They are located in New York, NY; Tokyo and Nagoya, Japan; Milan, Italy; Waikiki, Hawaii; Beijing, China; Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil; and of course Napa, CA. The Blue Note Napa hosts touring artists like David Sanborn, Kenny G and even special and private events like Pat Monohan, Foo Fighters, Live in the Vineyard and more. Blue Note Napa also manages the JaM Cellars Ballroom and partners with Another Planet Entertainment to host the Oxbow RiverStage concert series. Blue Note Napa was voted the best live music venue in the North Bay, 2016/2017/2019/2020.
ABOUT CHARLES KRUG WINERY
In 1943, Italian immigrants Cesare and Rosa Mondavi purchased the historic Charles Krug Estate, the oldest winery in the Napa Valley and the oldest tasting room in California. Built on a foundation of family values, hard work and European winemaking traditions, the brand remains today a family-owned and operated business producing premium Napa Valley wines on its estate. The vineyards are run by Peter Mondavi Jr. and Mark Mondavi, who manage the family business that their father, legendary Napa Valley winemaker Peter Mondavi Sr. Today the family is proud to welcome the fourth generation into the business, continuing a legacy that began over 70 years ago and laying the groundwork for future generations. For more information, see www.charleskrug.com/.
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