On Saturday, March 22nd, the Dennos Museum Center will host a concert by Jesse Dee, a soul-inspired singer-songwriter whose music is marked by contemporary interpretations of old school, rootsy rhythm and blues music. The concert will take place at 8 pm in the Milliken Auditorium.
The Boston Herald declares, “Dee has an explosive voice. He possesses a powerful, raspy tenor and an uncanny phrasing ability that can’t be taught.” On the strength of his fervent live shows, Dee plays to packed clubs in New England and has toured across Europe, earning new fans at every gig.
Dee won the 2010 Boston Phoenix Music Poll Award for Best R&B Act, both for the strength of his live show and the aftershocks of his 2008 debut CD, Bittersweet Batch (7Not Records/Munich Records). With his new album, On My Mind / In My Heart—his first for Alligator Records—Dee is now poised to break into the minds and hearts of music lovers across the country and around the world.
Tickets cost $25 in advance, $28 at the door and $22 for museum members.
Visit MyNorthTickets or call 1.800.836.0717 to purchase tickets to this event.