Trish Hatley – Jazz Vocal

 Trish Hatley                   The Seattle North Scene

Trish Hatley captivates and enchants her listeners with her soaring vocals and effervescent style. Whenever Trish performs, her unique sense of phrasing and drama absolutely fascinates all assembled. Known for bringing to the Northwest first-class music programs, Trish has been an active part of the Northwest music scene by “makin’ it happen!” 

Trish’s talents as a jazz vocalist and entertainer are equaled by her history as a producer and catalyst for the local jazz scene. Jazz Sundays at the Conway Tavern, which lasted for half a decade, was Trish’s project. She’s produced shows such as The Great American Songbook, Isn’t It Romantic, A Fifth of Jazz and Women In Song.

In addition to her work with Trish Hans & Phil, Trish has her own quartet that she loves to work with. A large loyal following keeps Trish’s music scenes warm and friendly. Trish brings an exhilarating sense of showmanship to the stage, always leaving her fans wanting more.

On the Quiet Side – $25.00
onthequietside I Get Along Without You Very Well 
You Must Believe in Spring 
So Many Stars 
You Don’t Know Me 
Where Do You Start?
I’m Not Alone 
Lush Life 
Love Dance 
10 That’s All
Darin Clendenin – Keyboards
Larry Holloway – Bass
Ken French – Drums
Marcos de Carvalho – Guitar
John Anderson – Tenor Sax, Baritone Sax
Paul Mazzio – Flugelhorn
Dan Marcus – Trombone
Ray Downey – Bass Clarinet
Susan Pascal – Vibes
Gary Gibson – Percussion

Trish, Hans, and Phil: Greatest Hits – $21.50



Tuxedo Junction 
Too Long at the Fair 
Eleanor Rigby 
You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To 
Slow Down 
I’ve Grown Accustomed to His Face 
You’re Just in Love 
Stolen Moments 
Rio De Janeiro Blue 
10 Got to Get You Into My Life 
11 A Night In Tunisia
12 I’ve Got You Under My Skin /Night And Day 
13 Jeanine 
14 Peel Me A Grape 
15 Route 66 
16 Brahms Lullaby
Trish Hatley, Vocals
Hans Brehmer, Piano & Vocals

Phil Demaree, Bass & Vocals
John Anderson, Sax
Ken French, Drums

Additional Horns:
Alan Keith, Trumpet
Bill Anthony, Trombone