Eve Haslam and Satin Steel Jazz come to Café 50Written by Admin
Eve Haslam and Satin Steel Jazz will perform at Cafe 50 restaurant on Main Street in Waynesville at 7 p.m., Jan. 19.
Haslam is a native of New York City and began singing at the age of 7. In 2007, she moved to Asheville where she joined jazz musicians Zack Page (bass), Brian Felix (piano) and Justin Watts (drums) to form the group known as Eve Haslam and Satin Steel Jazz.
The band currently appears at various locations in Asheville every Friday night.
Among Eve’s recordings are “Simply Me,” “Sunday’s Garden,” and “Book of Changes.”
“Jazz is here to stay in the mountains and I intend to be a part of it for a long time down the road,” Haslam said.
Cafe 50 is hosting this one-time event sponsored by the Haywood County Arts Council and local dentist John Highsmith and his wife.
“Although we’ve presented live music at our other venues, this’ll be the first time we’ve ever tried it here,” said Cafe 50 co-owner Vinnie Schudde. “Our room is both cozy and intimate — just like eating in your own, private dining room. Our acoustics have proven excellent, and we’re most excited to showcase this fine band as part of our dinner offering.”
The entire cost for the dinner and entertainment is $50 per person — half of which can be treated as a tax deduction.