DECEMBER 3rd 2016 

Quentin Dennard                               Donald Dean          Paul Kreibich
Saturday December 3rd 
Come experience 
3 of the "Royalty of jazz" drummers,
with 3 lifetimes of experience!
A special night to remember!
Rob Kyle-reeds/ Karen Hammack-piano/
 Blake White-bass!

    ~~  The Jazzcat- LeRoy Downs to M.C. 
this unique & very special evening!

Paul Kreibich  
traveled with the the Ray Charles Band internationally for four years. Los Angeles remained his home base and he became first call drummer for many touring artists such as Mose Allison, 
Red Rodney, The Woody Herman Band, Anita O'Day, 
Scott Hamilton, Joe Pass, Charles Brown, Rosemary Clooney, Lee Konitz, and others. 
Paul's recording credits are now well over 60 titles including CD's with,  Bill Perkins, Dianne Reeves, Bob Cooper, 
Conte Candoli,  Charlie Shoemake, Herb Geller, Cedar Walton, John Hendricks,  James Moody, Kenny Burrell, Ray Charles, Gerald Wiggins, Andy Simpkins, Terry Gibbs, Hod O'Brien, Claude Williamson,  and Frank Strazerri.
In 1995 Paul joined the Gene Harris Quartet where he toured and recorded with the group until Harris' untimely passing in January 2000. He plays on Harris' last Concord release "Alley Cats" along with Ernie Watts, Red Holloway and Jack McDuff.
Quentin Dennard  
was born in Detroit, Michigan, and started his career in the late 1960s as session drummer for Motown Records. Quickly finding his strong suit he began producing at age 10, singing & songwriting at 18 and professionally engineering at age 20. 
In a career spanning more than half a century, he has performed with multitude of music legends including Aretha Franklin, 
Roy Ayers, Dionne Warwick,  B.B. King, Issac Hayes, 
Lamont Dozier, Jermaine Jackson, 
The Originals, Billy Mitchell, Keb Mo, and The Temptations.

Donald Dean
 (born June 21, 1937) is a jazz drummer who has worked with Kenny DorhamLes McCann and others. 
He was the creative drummer on the well known Les McCann and  Eddie Harris jazz album  Swiss Movement, 1969 at The 
Montreux Jazz Festival .  
Born in Kansas City, Dean has worked with an endless list of high level jazz musicians and singers, including:
Monty Alexander, Roy Ayers, Marcus Belgrave, 
 Arthur Blythe, Willie Bobo, George Bohanan, Bobby Bradford, Oscar Brashear, Ray Brown, Gary Burton, John Carter, 
Ron Carter, Paul Chambers, Ray Charles, Don Cherry, 
Jeff Clayton, John Clayton, Arnette Cobb, 
George Coleman, Ornette Coleman, Buddy Collette, 
Hank Crawford, Sonny Criss, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, 
Eric Dolphy, Kenny Durham, Harry "Sweets" Edison, 
Roy Eldridge, Teddy Edwards, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy "Night Train" Forrest, Sonny Fortune, Slim Gaillard, Larry Gales, 
Terry Gibbs, Dexter Gordon, Wardell Grey, John Handy, 
Gene Harris, Hampton Hawes, Coleman Hawkins, 
Red Holloway, Richard "Groove" Holmes, 
Bobby Hutcherson, Milt Jackson, Clifford Jordan, Wynton Kelly, Roland Kirk, Scotty LaFaro, Charles Loyd, Harold Land, 
Yusef Latiff, Hubert Laws, Joe Mainie, Sal Marquez, Onzy Matthews, Pete Meyers, Billy Mitchell, Blue Mitchell, 
Red Mitchell, James Moody, Monk Montgomery, 
Wes Montgomery, Frank Morgan, Abe Most, Sam Most, 
Les McCann, Al McKibbon, Jay McShann, Phineas Newborn Jr., Charles Owens, Gary Peacock, Curtis Pegler, Art Pepper, 
Bobby Pierce, Shorty Rogers, The Jazz Crusaders (Joe Sample), Wilton Felder, Wayne Henderson), Pharoah Saunders, 
Shirley Scott, Michael Sessions, Bud Shank, George Shearing, Jack Sheldon, Andy Simpkins, Jimmy Smith, Sonny Stitt, Horace Tapscott, The Three Sounds, Kevin Toney, 
Stanley Turrentine, Leroy Vinegar, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson,  Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Ben Webster, Buster Williams, 
Claude Williams, John B. Williams, Gerald Wilson, Jack Wilson, Ricky Woodard, Eddie Harris, etc.

2 SHOWS:  7:30 - 9:00pm and 9:30 - 11:00pm
DOORS OPEN AT 7:00 for dinner and drinks

Bar Fedora is an intimate venue inside 
the delicious p lant-based-food restaurant, AU LAC
710 W. 1st Street, behind the Disney Center downtown L.A.
Need a human connection?  
Cathy (818)599-3292