Dara Tucker In Concert

Acclaimed vocalist Dara Tucker returns to Nashville for her first performance in the new Jazz Cave at the Nashville Jazz Workshop on Saturday, May 21st, 2022. Bandleader and vocalist Dara Tucker is joined by Matt Endahl (piano), Greg Bryant (bass) and, Marcus Finnie (drums).

The band takes the stage at 7:30pm CST (Doors at 7:00pm).

Live Performance Tickets ($25)

Digital Concert Ticket ($10)

Dara Starr Tucker is making her mark in the world of music and activism as a singer, satirist and social commentator. Her latest album, Dreams of Waking: Music For A Better World (2021), was featured on Grammy.com and in American Songwriter Magazine. On the album, Tucker embraces the urgent, topical works of songwriters of the protest era, along with her own compositions, as vessels for justice awareness, instruction and healing. Last summer, the album reached #7 on the Jazzweek National Radio Charts and reached #6 on the ITUNES jazz chart.

Additionally, Dara Starr Tucker is the co-writer of “Oklahoma,” the title song on Keb Mo’s 2020 Grammy-winning “Best Americana Album.” Tucker’s justice and musical commentary on social media has been featured with HBO and Yahoo News. She has toured as a member of master guitarist Charlie Hunter‘s trio, appeared on NPR’s Jazz Night in America and made her national television debut on PBS. Nashville Scene named Tucker “Best Jazz Vocalist” in 2019. Most recently, Dara has performed at Central Jersey Jazz Festival, Newark Museum of Art Jazz Series, Birdland (VocalMania), Smoke Jazz Club and Minton’s. More information on Dara Starr Tucker can be found at darastarrtucker.com. 

Masks are recommended for all patrons.

Policies: The Jazz Cave is a BYOB establishment, with no alcohol or food service. You are free to bring alcoholic beverages and snacks. We sell soft drinks and bottled water. The Jazz Cave is a listening room, and we ask patrons to keep conversation to a minimum and silence cell phones. Audio and video recording is prohibited. Ticket sales are final.

Proceeds from Nashville Jazz Workshop Digital Concerts go to the NJW Artist Fund. The Artist Fund is used to help support and create performance opportunities for area Jazz artists, bringing more Jazz to the community and paying artists for their work.