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The Preservation of Jazz - Out of the Mouth of Jazz Music Series includes an homage to a singer/songwriter, actress, activist that surprisingly goes under the radar except for hard core jazz aficionados. Known for her poetic, straight-forward compositions, Abbey Lincoln (born Gaby Wooldridge) gave the world six decades of incredible jazz music and Unlimited Sky Productions is extremely delighted to present Sky Covington’s Tribute to Abbey Lincoln. Abbey was raised in rural Michigan but eventually gravitated to New York City where she created and lived her best jazz life. Covington will take listeners on a journey from early songs such as “Afro-Blue” off Lincoln’s first album in 1954, to “Throw It Away” written in 1995 and into the new century with “Windmills of Your Mind” (2000) to list just a few treats on the menu.

The Preservation of Jazz

Out of the Mouth of Jazz Music Series



Improvisation, syncopation, riffs, tiffs, sass, and class were the elements that composed what was once referred to as “the Devil’s music” and viewed as socially unacceptable. However, the expressive outlook it gave could not be contained and jazz has now come to be considered an expression of high art. The Preservation of Jazz mission is to keep founding legacies alive through educational entertaining productions that bridge generational gaps and bring folks together to be captured by the innovations and soul-inspiring collaborations that come through jazz. In The Satin Doll Revue seasoned, professional performers and musicians from the Detroit Metropolitan area pay tribute to beloved lady legends of jazz, Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, Bessie Smith and Carmen McRae. 


Unlimited Sky Production continues 

The Preservation of Jazz

Out of the Mouth of Jazz Music Series 

with a tribute to five poignant male talents.


TAKE 5: 5 Jazz Greats perform 5 Jazz Legends

Trumpeter Allen Denard kicks things off with a stark and soulful tribute to Miles Davis. Paul King swings and sings legendary Frank Sinatra hits. Tony Camilletti embodies Tony Bennett. Also being brought into the preservation fold is jazz/blues vocalist Leon Thomas who passed in 1999. Leon was from East St. Louis, Illinois and known for his free jazz and glottal-stop style. Kenny Watson presents a mesmerizing salute to this unique performer and style.  Perry Hughes will honor a living jazz legend from Michigan, guitarist Kenny Burrell.

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