The weekly Vaughn Wiester Jazz Orchestra performance has a special guest Monday, November 28th. The lovely vocal sounds of Tia Harris Roseboro will be joining the band from 7:30 to 10pm Monday evening at the Clintonville Women’s Club. Tia has toured, recorded and appeared with many local groups and artists as an independent singer for over 25 years. She has sung on numerous occasions with The Stan Smith Band, The Jazz Professors, The Columbus Jazz Orchestra, and Steve Newby and Conversation Pieces from Indiana.
Tia has sung as lead and backup vocalist on many recordings, commercials, corporate videos and promotions; and has recorded with internationally famed artist Kim Pensyl. She has sung The National Anthem for opening games; and performs at weddings, wedding receptions, concerts, festivals, parties and special projects and events. In 2008, Tia decided to join the vocal group Vocal Impact, and performed the concert series Big Band Meets Broadway with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra at the Southern Theatre as well as the summer JazZoo series in Columbus, Ohio.
This should be a welcome addition to the 12-piece brass section (including french horns and tuba), the orchestra’s repertoire is selected from the post-bop libraries of Woody Herman, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, and others. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Vaughn Wiester Orchestra on Monday nights, this would be a great time to start.
Tia Roseboro with the Vaughn Wiester Jazz Orchestra
Monday, November 28th, 7:30pm
Clintonville Women’s Club
3951 N. High Street in Columbus