Did you know Bruce Henry, the regionally and nationally renowned vocalist, has a dance band based in the Twin Cities?

And as part of the Fesler-Lampert Performing Art Series that will be taking place in the Newhall Auditorium at Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Faribault, the Bruce Henry Band will be bringing a world-influenced jazz sound to the area.

The performance takes place Thursday, January 21, at 7PM. The St. Paul Pioneer press wrote about Henry and the group, that they were Influenced by John Coltrane, Al Jarreau, Marvin Gaye and Gil Scott Heron, to name a few, and Henry’s journey has resulted in an eclectic style of world-influenced jazz vocals and composition. His pure voice has a rare depth and versatility. Formerly a Minneapolitan, Bruce now makes his home in Chicago, where he regularly performs at top venues and prestigious events. “… he’s not only a singer with outstanding skills, but also a man of great musical imagination.”

For ticket information, call (507) 333-1620. Adult tickets are $15 and students $9.

Check out more about the band at bruceahenry.com