Reserved: $50, $40.
General Admission: $30 ($25 advance rate until 2/1).
Hot Tonic Orchestra, described as “Postmodern Jukebox meets Amy Winehouse,” fuses jazz with Latin rhythms, funk and soul, tied together by original arrangements. This large band returns to the Side Door to celebrate the music of Burt Bacharach and lyricist, Hal David. Special guests for the evening include vocalist Bryan Hughes and trumpeter James Suggs. Co-led by vocalist/bassist Victoria Woods and guitarist Josh Hindmarsh, Hot Tonic mixes horns and a dynamic rhythm section and has performed throughout the USA and in Australia and New Zealand.
Hot Tonic front woman Victoria Woods is an American jazz bassist and vocalist.
Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, she is the daughter of Dr Jon Woods, the director of the Ohio State Marching Band for 28 years. Coming from a musical upbringing, Victoria has crafted her skill of bass since the age of 8 and always brings her creative sparkle to the band stand.
Her unique skills and high energy show make for a unique visual and musical experience.
From jazz to blues, rock and all points in between, Josh Hindmarsh is a dynamic and original musical artist.
Regarded in jazz and blues circles as a virtuoso guitar guru, he has been featured on many albums and has shared the stage with a virtual “Who’s Who” of the greatest jazz and blues giants in the industry including Ronnie Cuber, Roy Hargrove, and Joey Defrancesco.
Presented by The Palladium at SPC.