Ella Mae Morse, a sultry, swinging pop-jazz singer whose 1942 hit, Cow-Cow Boogie, became the first million seller for the fledgling Capitol Records and helped to establish the label, was a true original. Ms. Morse belted an exuberant mixture of boogie-woogie, blues, jazz, swing, and country that transcended genres. Come and listen to Nancy Tripp and her quartet (Bill Wightman, keyboards; Mike Parker, saxophone; Andy Bourke, bass; Tim Cohen, drums) swing these tunes from the 40’s and 50’s a la Ella Mae.
Enjoy complimentary hearty hors d’oeuvres and wine bar from 5-6pm. Concert begins at 6pm. $40 per person. Reserve online or call 603-763-4789 ext. 3.