January 12, 1998
Java Jive will host well-known acoustic blues singer/songwriter Chic Street Man, January 17 at its first concert of the season. Java Jive is presented by Roxie's CD's and Tapes and the Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church, with concerts beginning at 8 p.m.
Chic Street Man "is an artist of great integrity," says Barbara Leonard of The Music Center in Los Angeles. "His performance is food for the soul and sweet, sweet music to the ear!" Joe Adcock of the SeattlePost Intelligencer calls Chic "prodigiously talented." His "tasty music is an act of defiant celebration," writes Misha Berson of TheEverett Herald. Chic has recorded 5 albums, 2 singles, and has written music for and performed in numerous stage productions.
A portion of the proceeds of each Java Jive concert of the 1998 season will be donated to various charities. Mothers Against Violence has been designated as the recipient charity for the Chic Street Man concert. Tickets are available at Roxie's CD's and Tapes, 13317 N.E. 175th Street in downtown Woodinville, $10 general admission ($8 in advance). Concert location is Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church, 175th Street Office Park, Building B, behind Roxie's in 175th Street Station, 8 p.m. January 17. Call 425-402-9233 for more information.