Dancing with Dad- Father’s Day with Larry Vann & The House Band
Sunday, June 16 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm$10 - $12
Celebrate Father’s Day, Dad’s get half off ticket price with their children.
These musicians have decades of experience playing, recording and touring all over the world.Come be a part of a rocking, soulful good time. From their authentic grooves, it is the foundation of these superbly seasoned artists’ own music branding, which fuses the essence of New Orleans sound, R&B and funk, soul-stirring blues, sweet, mellow jazz and genuine soul.
Larry Vann has made an impressive mark on the Bay Area music scene over the years with his authentic, piercing, all-encompassing musical technique. One listen to his compelling, penetrating and intoxicating grooves clearly demonstrates why he has been in such huge demand for sessions and tours with the likes of Elvin Bishop and Merl Saunders. His top-notch drumming and percussion has garnered him popular and critical success throughout the United States and Europe, but Vann has also wowed critics and crowds alike with his sultry singing voice, buoyed by his melodic, inventive songwriting.
Larry Vann A professional performer since age 15, Vann draws from a deep well of musical influence, including gospel, blues, funk, jazz and soul. These various genres have collectively shared his unique sound, which is in full display on this CD. Vann’s resume reads like a “Who’s Who” list, having toured and recorded with those musicians listed above, as well as The Whispers, Martha Reeves, The Marvalettes, Charles Brown, Buffy Saint-Marie, Randy Crawford, and many more. His work with the popular San Francisco Bay Area Blues Group, Ron Thompson and the Resistors contributed to the band earning two Bay Area Music Awards. Be sure to check out his discography to get a comprehensive look at his recording career.
Larry Vann appeared in “Peggy Sue Got Married” a motion picture role as a nightclub band member in the Academy Award-nominated “Peggy Sue Got Married”. World tours with jazz pianist Brian Auger and blues harp legend Charlie Musselwhite round out a phenomenal career of music-making.
Vann’s honors and awards include:
The Blues Society’s West Coast Hall of Fame, “Blues Drummer of the Year” award
The Jazz Institute’s “Man of the Year” award.
He has also had the honor of serving as a Governor on the Governing Board of the San Francisco chapter of The Recording Academy® (GRAMMY).
The Fenix is an music supper club. Dinner is served daily at the venue. When you purchase your ticket on our website or the Ticketleap.com site, a reservation is automatically made for you.
When requesting seating for a party larger than your ticket purchase, please inform guest who would like to be seated with you to include in the comment section they would like to be seated with your party. We will try an accommodate your request.
There is a $15.00 per person minimum at the Fenix during the shows.