"Day treats his audience like old friends.." -SF Chronicle
Sat, August 25, 2018
Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pmFeinstein's at the Nikko
$37.50 - $70.00
Guests requiring accessible seating should book directly by calling 415-394-1167
Parties of 5 or more must be booked directly with the nightclub by calling 415-394-1167
There is a $20.00 per person food and beverage minimum and an 18% gratuity is added to all checks
Doors open 90 minutes prior to the performance for food and beverage service.
Seating is assigned by the Maître d’ based on purchased party size and section.
Patrons are offered seating choices whenever possible
Guests may be required to check coats or bags that do not fit comfortably in the seating area
Parental guidance is recommended for some performances
All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchangeshttps://www.feinsteinsatthenikko.com/event/1704360/
Widely regarded for his original songs that blend compelling melodies, smart lyrics and lush arrangements, Spencer
Day has wooed audiences at venues all over the world including Birdland in New York, the Hollywood Bowl in Los
Angeles, Jazz Alley in Seattle, the Pacific Rim Jazz Festival in Manila, the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, and
Tanglewood Music Center in Boston, as well as on national television including “The Late, Late Show with Craig
Day has remained a perennial favorite in the San Francisco Bay Area since exploding on to the music scene as a performer at the 2007 San Francisco Jazz Festival. Born in Utah, raised in rural Arizona, and currently living in New York City, Day has called many places home. He has wandered amid the expansive and diverse landscape of American music, developing an artistic sensibility that borrows from numerous sources: jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, folk, traditional, and contemporary pop. Day uses intuition and improvisation as his primary tools to craft a sound that is familiar, yet fresh and innovative at the same time.
Day’s “Vagabond” album peaked at #11 on the Billboard Album Charts and stayed there for 47 weeks. The lead single, “Til You Come To Me,” peaked at #3 on the chart. His album, “Daybreak,” debuted at #1 on the iTunes Jazz Charts. His latest project, “Angel City,” finds Day entirely at the helm. Recorded at Capitol Records with the support of the Budman-Levy Orchestra, Day’s seventh album is his most complex to date. Using the fabled city of Los Angeles as a backdrop, “Angel City” continues Spencer’s meditations on love, fame, narcissism, and how an artist can maintain integrity and authenticity in a world which so often values neither. “Angel City’s” lyrics and melodies reveal something of a stylistic departure from Spencer’s previous records, although you’ll certainly find his unique blend of blue-eyed soul, pop and film noir moodiness from the classic jazz era.
Feinstein's at the Nikko
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102