An afternoon of jazz featuring Ron Mills on piano, Greg Zabel on bass and Greg Parnell on drums. Vocalist Ashley Locheed joins the trio to perform a special tribute to Peggy Lee.
Ashley Locheed - vocalist, bandleader, recording artist and educator. Her performing career has included musical theater, opera, oratorio, acapella, pop, rock, jazz, big band and studio recording.
Ashley’s musical development was nurtured by her mother, Linda Ellison, a classical singer, pianist, choir director and voice teacher. She continued her education at Stetson University where she received her degree in classical voice and won both the Giffen and Concerto Competitions.
Following several seasons with The Central Florida Lyric Opera and The Orlando Opera Company, she began a transition into popular music and jazz, during which she was a member of both The Voices of Liberty and baroque acapella ensemble, Orlando XIII.
The Ashley Locheed Quartet was formed in 2002 and has performed hundreds of shows, both public and corporate. For the last six years, Ashley Locheed has been touring internationally with two-time Grammy winner, Michael Bolton, with notable shows at Royal Albert Hall in London and The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She has also toured with balladeer, Engelbert Humperdinck.
In 2019, she headlined the Musica per i Borghi festival in Umbria, Italy with the Perugia Jazz Band performing the show, In Love With Bacharach.
Her recent 2020 album release, So In Love, with Chris Rottmayer, Chuck Archard and Keith Wilson reached #1 for 11 weeks in the Crossover Jazz category on the Roots Music Report. Another 2020 album release, Back in Town, features veteran clarinetist, Allan Vaché, with Chris Rottmayer, Ben Kramer and Greg Parnell. She is also featured on The Rich Walker Quintet recording, Whistle Britches.
A Central Florida native, Ashley has performed with Kenny Drew Jr., Richard Drexler, Bill Allred, La Lucha, John Lamb, Eddie Metz, Kym Purling, Jeff Rupert and The Central Florida Jazz Orchestra.
Ashley Locheed performs renditions of well-loved standards with a reimagined repertoire that blurs the edges of jazz, pop and classical music.
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