In a Little Waterfront Cafe
Vocalist Marsha Remas and renowned saxophonist Jules Broussard burst onto the supper club scene in the San Francisco area when they formed Marsha Remas & The Jules Broussard Quintet. Their first show, 'For Sentimental Reasons - an Evening of Jazz Standards, Broadway & Blues,' opened to rave reviews at the Larkspur Café Theatre in Marin County. You can now catch Marsha and Jules at many other Bay Area venues. 'In a Little Waterfront Café' captures the joy and spirit of their live performances. Enjoy their heartfelt, sometimes playful, and, above all, passionate and soulful sounds. Read what audiences are saying about Marsha and Jules! Fab-u-lous! WOW!! Again - please - please - please! Exceptional - the music - WOW! SOLID!! A lot of heart! Outstanding, elegant style & velvety voice...two saxophones at once...WOW! The music was crème caramel! Knocked my socks off...really! Spectacular!! Marsha is delightful...Jules is awesome! Wonderful and amazing entertainers...they are incredibly talented! Marsha Remas, born and raised in Southern California, began her musical aspirations at an early age. One of the first numbers she performed as a young girl was 'I Enjoy Being a Girl,' a tune she jazzes up for you on track 5 of this album. After raising a family in Northern California, Marsha has picked up where she left off- once again singing from her heart and sharing her passion for music with her audiences. (And she still very much enjoys being a girl!) Jules Broussard, born in Louisiana, has been playing music and organizing bands since he was a child, both in the U.S. and abroad. He has shared stage and studio with such luminaries as Ray Charles, Bozz Scaggs, Van Morrison, and Carlos Santana, to name just a few. Jules has been a major force in the Bay Area music scene for over thirty years. His inimitable style has been thrilling audiences since his career began, garnering many awards along the way. 'Pacific Sun' - March 26-April 1, 2003 Best Bets: 'All That Jazz' - 'Larkspur's own velvet-throated vocal vixen Marsha Remas will treat audiences to a warm, intimate show of standards...at San Francisco's Bistro 339...joined by jazz faves Jules Broussard, Larry Vuckovich and Nat Johnson...' 'Pacific Sun' - July 23-July 29, 2003 Best Bets: 'Mood Music' - '...check out FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS, an inspiring evening of music featuring local vocalist Marsha Remas and The Jules Broussard Quintet. This talented group of musicians will take on jazz standards, Broadway and blues.'