STANDARDS, CONTEMPORARY, R&B, FUSION, JAZZIPINO, BASTA…..JAZZ-JAZZ, is a concert with Winston Raval and the new Vanishing Tribe featuring the singers Charmaine Clamor, Trina Marana and Eric Baul for a one night only concert at the Bootleg Theater on May 17, 2019 at 6:30 pm.

In 2018, WINSTON RAVAL was bestowed by the Mannuunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino with the first Natatanging Gawad Urian title to a film scorer.  “Raval introduced a new musical idiom to Philippine Cinema,” praises MMP Pres. R. Tolentino.  He also received a life-time achievement award from both the San Francisco Filipino-American Jazz Festival and the L.A. based JazzPhil-USA in recognition of his artistry and contribution to Filipino Jazz.

Celebrated by The New York Times as “a gifted vocalist” and by Los Angeles Times as “one of the important and original new jazz singer of the decade.”  Filipino-American recording artist and cultural trailblazer CHARMAINE CLAMORE has earned her Queen of Jazzipino crown.  With three consecutive albums in the Jazz Week World Music Top-20, including the rare feat of simultaneously making Top-5 on both the World (#2 ranking) and Traditional Jazz (#4) radio charts, Charlmaine has earned unprecedented praises.

ENRIQU ‘ERIC’ BAUL, JR. is a Los Angeles based baritone who loves to “Jazz mez around.”  His repertoire includes an intoxicating concoction of jazz standards and jazzed-up popular and R&B tunes.  He has been performing in the L.A. scene for the past decade at venues that include the world famous Catalina Jazz Club and Gardenia Supper Club to name a few.

TRINA MARANA’S roots is in soul, R&B and jazz. This Los Angeles-based artist release her debut album in 2015 titled STRAIGHT AHEAD together with Winston Raval and Eric Baul. She uses her music to raise help the less fortunate children of the Philippines. Trina is being recognized by the Maxx Promo’s as Best Jazz Artist of 2019.

Subscribe to our newsletter to be notified when tickets goes on sale