Events at Loews Madison Hotel - Washington, D.C.
Join Loews Madison Hotel for our new jazz series, Thursday nights 6-9pm, Friday and Saturday nights, 8-11 p.m. at PostScript lounge and bar, off the lobby. Come for music, dinner and drinks - no cover.
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Greenville, NC, contemporary jazz vocalist Christie N. Dashiell returned to hone her skills at Howard University and, later, The Manhattan School of Music. Dashiell’s history includes performances with Howard’s premiere vocal jazz ensemble, Afro-Blue. She has also performed at the Kennedy Center as part of the 2010 Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead residency program and Lincoln Theater in Washington, D.C. She is the recipient of Downbeat magazine’s Best College Graduate Jazz Vocalist and Outstanding Soloist awards in the jazz vocal category. Most recently, Dashiell appeared on season three of NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” as a member of Afro-Blue and performs with the group, now known as Traces of Blue. Dashiell can be heard on several nationally released recordings including John Blake’s Motherless Child, The Jolley Brothers’ Memoirs Between Brothers and as a Kennedy Center Discovery Artist on NPR’s “JazzSet” with Dee Dee Bridgewater. She has been seen in concert with Esperanza Spalding, Fred Hammond, Smokey Robinson, Geri Allen and Allan Harris.