Mar 22
Eboni Fondren and Amber Underwood

Eboni Fondren and Amber Underwood

Presented by American Jazz Museum at Blue Room Jazz Club

Dynamic vocalist and entertainer Eboni Fondren, brings passion and excitement whenever she takes the stage. Her precise readings of jazz standards, which she seasons with a dash of R&B, fill a room with energy and delight. With a smooth and sultry finish, audiences will be enchanted by her lyrical interpretation and ability to draw an audience in leaving them wanting more.

Jazz flutist, educator, band director, and vocalist Amber Underwood is a native of Kansas City and has been entertaining and performing music since the tender age of 8. She began her musical journey on the piano and soon after began playing classical flute. Amber has been a presence in the Kansas City jazz scene making a place and a voice for her instrument. In the beginning of 2014 the Amber Underwood Project was formed with original members Drew Davis, DeAndre Manning, and Tyree Johnson with the mission to showcase an instrument that is normally used as an auxiliary instrument in jazz but now as a solo instrument. AUP is a modern and fresh take on smooth jazz and R&B sounds. AUP uses the rich tones and colors of the flute to interpret the various styles and genres of jazz.

Admission Info

Free admission

Dates & Times

2018/03/22 - 2018/03/22

Location Info

Blue Room Jazz Club

1615 E 18th St., Kansas City, MO 64108

Parking Info

Street parking is available on 18th Street, Vine Street, 19th Street, Highland Avenue, and 17th Terrace.

Accessibility Info