Soul Kitchen presents the "History of Women in Jazz, Blues and Soul Dinner Show" on Friday, April 11, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Mulligan's On the Blue in Wailea.
Soul Kitchen's compelling new monthly dinner show will feature the music of several of the most influential females in jazz, blues and soul, who broke new ground and forged a space for women in the music industry.
Soul Kitchen's six-piece band includes lead vocals by Tempa Singer Nave, keyboard and vocals by Michael Elam, guitar and vocals by Naor Nave, saxophone by Bruce Boege, violin by Andrea Walls and percussion by Jimmy C.
Soul Kitchen’s compelling new monthly dinner show will feature the music of several of the most influential females in jazz, blues and soul.
Tempa's searing, soulful voice is something to be felt and heard when she sings blues, soul and jazz; and you will feel it when she sings it. With more than 20 years of professional experience, she knows how to entertain her audience.
Tempa has shared the stage with BB King, Mavis Staples, Koko Taylor, Tab Benoit, Jimmy Thackery, Bernard Allison, Luther Allison, Lonnie Brooks, Jeff Beck and many others. She has played everywhere from Red Rocks, Colorado, to the Sea of Galilee and always gives her audience a music experience they never forget.
Call Mulligan's for reservations at (808) 874-1131 (seating is limited).
For more information, visit www.soulkitchen.com.