Another full week of musical offerings at Vino Di Sedona

Jill Cohn returns to Vino Di Sedona on Thursday Feb. 25, 7-10 p.m. Jill’s roots are in Seattle but she has been touring the country for the past three years.

Jill Cohn returns to Vino Di Sedona on Thursday Feb. 25, 7-10 p.m. Jill’s roots are in Seattle but she has been touring the country for the past three years.

Get over the hump-day blues at Vino Di Sedona with music by Rick Busbea on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 7-10 p.m.

Rick is one the area's favorite entertainers performing rock and country classics, and originals. "Rick's upbeat personality and how he interacts with the audience is as much fun as his music." Catch Rick Busbea live on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.

Jill Cohn returns to Vino Di Sedona on Thursday Feb. 25, 7-10 p.m. Jill's roots are in Seattle but she has been touring the country for the past three years.

A Radio Station recently called a concert with Jill Cohn "an evening of Folk Americana Bliss." Her Soul-Stirring Voice in combination with lush arrangements, toe tapping road stories and heart-string tugging ballads had the Los Feliz Journal (Los Angeles) naming her 2012 album, "Beautiful I Love You" a top 10 indie pick.

The Chicago Tribune wrote, "Her songs are beautifully crafted, sometimes bittersweet and sometimes hopeful, but ever easy and melodic with soulful and savvy lyrics." For more information about Jill's music visit www.jillcohn.com.

Erroll Foldes brings his unique and exciting one-man jazz ensemble, "Sax & Trax," to Vino Di Sedona on Friday, Feb. 26, 7-10 p.m.

A native of New York and a lifelong musician, Foldes has performed on saxophone both as a sideman and with his own small jazz groups since moving to Sedona in 2003.

Using his skills on keyboards, guitar and percussion, as well as a knack for arranging and recording, Foldes creates a realistic-sounding, virtual rhythm section, with which he performs live on vocals and sax.

Many fans have noted that, with his choice of repertoire, smooth vocals and a sax style that harkens back to the bebop era, Foldes conjures the mood of a 1950's New York City night club.

Drawing exclusively from the Great American Songbook, he presents an eclectic mix of lightly swinging numbers and dreamy ballads.

Foldes said, "Being totally independent is wonderful, and I just have loads of fun... listeners feel my passion for jazz and they love the results ... this kind of music is truly timeless!"

Vino Di Sedona's Saturday, Feb. 27, wine tasting is accompanied by Vocals by Paolo, 3:30-6 p.m. Paolo is an accomplished vocalist/pianist known for putting a delicious twist of romance back into jazz.

His audience loves to hear his new arrangements of the great romantic songs of the past. His musical style is a modern blend of breathy vocals, rich harmonies and soulful rhythms.

His "best musical friend" is his keyboard, and his "favorite song" is the one he is singing each moment.

Saith performs on Saturday night at Vino Di Sedona, 8-11 p.m. Saith is an award-winning local singer-songwriter, music producer, yoga teacher, and spiritual hike guide who is considered by many to be Sedona's best talent.

Saith performs solo and with his band performing classic and modern rock songs that will have you on your feet dancing, as well as his original music.

Saith's Feb. 27 performance is solo, but rumor has it that some other musicians may be joining in to make the night even more rockin'!

Sunday brings another fun-filled music night with Vino Di Sedona's weekly Open Jam hosted by Jim French. Open Jam is every Sunday 6-9 PM.

Music on Monday continues with blues and rock by vocalist and guitarist Alex Ogburn on Feb. 29, 6:30-9 p.m. Alex has roots in Birmingham, and has a true blues style and sound that is thoroughly entertaining.

Dan Rice hosts Sedona's most popular Open Mic every Tuesday night at Vino Di Sedona, 6-10 p.m. Dan welcomes musicians of all styles to play, including cover singers, musicians should arrive early, and audience members are welcome too.

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