Jazzstock presents legendary pianist and vocalist Andy Bey at the Senate Garage in Kingston on Friday, September 6. Described by The New York Times as “the least-known of great jazz singers,” Bey’s greatness has been proven in a string of well-received recordings and in his long-running residency in New York City at the elegant 75 Club in TriBeCa. His recording career extends as far back as 1952, and his singing has been featured on recordings by Max Roach, Duke Pearson and Gary Bartz, among others. His discography as leader features 12 titles over more than 50 years. Big-name bookings are routine at Jazzstock, but this one is special. Tickets cost $30 and are available online or at Rhino Records next door.
Friday, Sept. 6, 8 p.m., $30
4 North Front St., Kingston