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DAVID ANTHONY ZEE LIVE SHOWS
August 2014
 
SELECTED WEEKEND NIGHTS at JAY'S ON READ -
in the Mt. Vernon area of Baltimore. David plays jazz standards, show tunes, classic and modern rock singalong music, in this classic NYC-style piano bar. Jay's on Read is at 225 West Read Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-4808. There is no food served at Jay's, but there are many great restaurants with every cuisine you can imagine within a few blocks in this historic area of the city. For information, please call 410-225-0188. Show time 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM.

Confirmed Jay's dates in August 2014:
Sat August 9
 

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Thanks to all who came to the CD release party in April 2013! It was a great time, photos / video coming soon.

TESTIMONIALS:

"For 15 years as music booker for the Safeway Barbecue Battle in Washington DC, it's been my job to bring in exciting, crowd-friendly artists to keep our average 100,000 attendees coming through the gates and having a great time each year.  David Anthony Zee and his band have never failed to satisfy. His Retro-Pop-Jazz sound is just right for our laid-back (and fun-loving) June afternoon crowd."
- Suzanne Tubis, entertainment manager for the Safeway National Capitol Barbecue Battle festival, DC

"David Zee is at home in front of an audience. He has the unusual ability to switch from serious musician to comic and back again at anytime...an all-around nice guy." -  Rod Smith, presenter of the Folkal Point music venue (Columbia MD) and Music On Linwood house concert series (Baltimore MD)

"Can't Sit Still proves to be...an uncontrollable outcome. This recording captures the live essence of the band, which is not an easy feat...his live performances at The Cat's Eye Pub always get the joint movin' and groovin'. David's nimble fingering and his artistic range on the keyboard, combined with the rhythm section and horns, make for a 'dare you not to dance' good time."- Paige McIntyre, booking manager of Cat's Eye Pub (Baltimore MD), former contributing writer to Maryland Musician magazine

"...first-rate versions of classic songs."- Baltimore Sun