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Dennis Spears & Ginger Commodore

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Dennis Spears & Ginger Commodore

About Ginger Commodore & Dennis Spears

An evening full of sizzling soul and Ginger’s powerful vocals.

Ginger Commodore’s early background was gospel, and she honed her skills in church and in the Grammy Award winning group the Sounds of Blackness. Then came Moore by Four, and years of singing the jazzy gospel infused vocal arrangements that gave the group an international audience. Now she brings her talent and experience with her own group, GCQ.

A member of the Midwest music scene for many years, Ginger is a regular visitor to The Dakota stage. Classically trained, gospel influenced, and jazz inspired, Ginger’s musical foundation is a true amalgam of musical styles presented with her own unique delivery. A former member of Sounds of Blackness, Ginger has also been very active in the local theater scene.

Ginger Commodore, vocals
Bobby Commodore, drums
Lee Blaske, piano
Mark Weisberg, bass

Dennis Spears became known as the male voice of Moore By Four, the locally based, internationally heeled quartet headed by pianist/arranger Sanford Moore, featuring the voices of Spears, Yolande Bruce, Ginger Commodore and Connie Evingson. Dennis has kept himself busy and visible ever since, performing in theater, in music ensembles, and gigging with his own band(s). One of the best entertainers in the Twin Cities, Dennis’ renown is growing beyond the region. His musical theater celebration of Nat King Cole was presented at the Kennedy Center in spring 2010.

What Other People Have Been Saying...

“Ginger possesses some of the sweetest and most clarion pipes in town.”-Britt Robson, City Pages

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Date:
May 18, 2013 8:00 pm
Cost:
$10
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BOX OFFICE 612-332-5299

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