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With great regret, we have decided that it is in the best of interest of all parties that we postpone Ms. Adair’s concerts on July 11th in Cincinnati, OH and August 6  in Alpharetta, GA due to the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. ⁠

We have contacted all ticket holders via email with detailed ticket refund information.  If you have any questions, please contact Monica Ramey at 615-414-4591 or monica@beegieadair.com direct.  Please do not contact the venues.  ⁠

Furthermore, The Beegie Adair Trio's October performance at Carnegie Hall has been moved to March 6, 2021.  Tickets are scheduled to go on sale December 7th.  ⁠

Our deepest thanks to these wonderful venues for hosting Beegie Adair concerts.  We very much look forward to returning to the stage in the future. ⁠

Regarding any/all future concerts, we will continue to follow all medical directives given to Ms. Adair and follow CDC/City/State travel advisories on a case by case basis. Should plans change, we will most certainly keep fans and ticket holders informed.⁠

Most importantly, we thank you for your continued support and wish everyone reading this good health and safety during this challenging and confusing time. You truly are the best fans in jazz and couldn't get through this without you. Please stay home or wear a mask.  ⁠❤️🎵😷

HAPPY HOUR WITH BEEGIE!

Scheduled for Friday, May 29, 2020 at 7pm central on BEEGIE'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL.  NOTE: If you don't see the live stream on this youtube homepage at 7pm central time, try clicking on the "videos" link. The video may not show up until showtime, fyi. 

Spend cocktail hour online with Beegie Adair and friends on YouTube. Beegie will talk to friends about a number of light-hearted topics, answer questions from fans and you may hear a song or two. Her next happy hour guest will GRAMMY winning singer/songwriter, Delbert McClinton! Rolling Stone calls him the “Godfather of Americana Music,” and rightfully so.

Delbert’s musical style grew from his Texas roots. A little Tejano. A little Bob Wills. Throw in some Jimmy Reed harmonica. Add a splash of Big Joe Turner, and a big band horn section. He has also been nominated for Grammys in the Country category, and has been featured in media from the Los Angeles Times to the Washington Post. He has developed a sound that continues to serve him well, as evidenced by the three Grammy Awards for Contemporary Blues on his mantel. 

THIS IS NOT A CONCERT. It is simply a chance to enjoy a lively conversation with our favorite pianist and some of her friends. And, please keep in mind, we are still under quarantine and there is a 99% chance there will be technical difficulties. If you can accept our technical glitches along the way, we'd love for you to join us. We’re improvising!

No drinks required. Just a connection to the internet and a jolly disposition. You can purchase the Beegie Adair shatterproof wine glass in the photo, t-shirts, flasks and much more at www.beegieadair.com. Throughout the month of May, we will be donating a portion of all merchandise and music sales from the website to small business relief funds.

Thanks in advance for your kindness and support. We appreciate all of you, very much. Cheers! #happyhourwithBeegie
 

THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME (Gershwin)

Recorded at home on April 29, 2020 as a courtesy to our fans who are still unable to leave their homes due to the Coronavirus quarantine. "They Can't Take That Away From Me" is a 1937 popular song with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. It was introduced by Fred Astaire in the 1937 film Shall We Dance.

Warts and all, we're sharing the first and only take for Ms. Adair and Miss Ramey. It was recorded on an iphone with no special equipment and Beegie's Steinway is wildly out of tune due to the Coronavirus quarantine. Please don't write us about these issues. We hope you enjoy, all the same.

You can see this video and others as a part of the Youtube series, HAPPY HOUR WITH BEEGIE.

www.beegieadair.com / www.monicaramey.com

This video and performance is owned by Adair Music Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

Recorded at home on April 6, 2020 during the Coronavirus quarantine. "You'll Never Know" was written by Harry Warren & Mack Gordon (1943). One of many songs written during WWII, it was a love letter to and from the soldiers and their families.

This video and performance is owned by Adair Music Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

www.beegieadair.com / www.monicaramey.com

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