Henry Robinett is a great jazz guitarist who plays a variety of, mostly, improvised music. Some of his greatest pieces will be played on Saturday night! Henry also writes music, and owns and operates a recording studio. Henry is a college professor and teaches at The University of the Pacific and Cosumnes River College and presently at various star prisons in Northern California.
His band, The Henry Robinett Group continues to be the major creative Jazz sound in Sacramento.
Henry Robinett and his band performs on the Social Distance Stage under the stars May 15th, 8-10pm.
Shelley Burns has been performing professionally virtually all of her life and is regarded as one of the premier jazz vocalists on the west coast. Her recordings have been heard on jazz radio stations across the nation, and she has appeared at many jazz festivals in the U.S, as well as in Scotland and Canada.
She is also a marvelous comedic actress and has often been compared to Carol Burnett and Imogene Coca. Like them, she can fracture an audience with laughter, or mesmerize them with a beautiful song.
Shelley performs on the Social Distance Stage on May 22, 8:00PM — One Night ONLY!
Social Distance Theater
1725 25th Street,
Sacramento CA 95818
Fenix Drum and Dance Company is a family centered performance company specializing in traditional music and dance from West Africa and the Caribbean. This multi-generational, multi-ethnic group performs at a variety of fairs and festivals all over Northern California and keeps audiences on their toes with their energetic interactive style. Fenix has been a mainstay in Sacramento for nearly 20 years and is heavily in demand for private parties and corporate events.
Opening for Fenix on the Social Distance Theatre stage is Stevie Love, with a rich Jamaican voice blending the rhythms of African and Caribbean music.