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Brilliant, blue-eyed soul. – Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal


Fronted by the magnetic, soulful vocalist Lilan Kane, high octane six-piece band Hella Fitzgerald bring back the soulful bluesy jazz of yesteryear through their tribute performance to Ella Fitzgerald, the legendary “First Lady of Song” who inspired their name.

The Oakland-based Kane is a graduate of Boston’s Berklee School of Music. Her sound flows through the heartfelt original compositions, telling stories of love, loss, and self-discovery while the band seamlessly blends R&B, funk, pop, and jazz. She has worked with the Jazz Mafia’s Cosa Nostra Strings and has recently released her debut album Love, Myself to a sold-out crowd at Yoshi's Jazz Club.

In addition to performing, Kane is a dedicated educator, having co-founded the Own the Mic summer singing camp at Marin’s San Domenico School.

What: A soulful, bluesy, speakeasy jazz & swing concert, cocktails & room for dancing.
Tickets: From $25. Reserved Table & General Admission seating choices.
When: Saturday, Oct. 13 @ 8 p.m.
Where: The Osher Marin JCC, 200 N San Pedro Road, San Rafael, 1/2 mile E off 101
Parking: FREE ample parking
More: Cocktails, wine, beer, baked goods available for purchase & allowed in the theater.

Coming Soon to the Osher Marin JCC:
10/27 4th Annual Costume/Dance Party – Special Musical Guests from Murphy Productions
11/4 Chamber Sunday: Marin Season Opener–New Century Chamber Orchestra
12/1 Holiday Fun! Balkan Dance Party– Inspector Gadje
12/9 Winter Celebration: Wintersongs – Kitka
12/31 The 9th Annual New Year’s Eve Other Café Comedy Showcase

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Preety holds a Master’s in Journalism from Ryerson University and writes professionally in a broad variety of genres. She has worked as a senior manager in public relations and communications for major telecommunication companies and is the former Deputy Director of Media Relations with the Modern Coalition.