After some enjoyable outdoor concerts in Boitanio Park and other venues this summer the popular musical group My Wife’s Quartet is moving indoors for the winter season.
The group performing years ago in the lakecity as the jazz/blues group Hot Buttered Blues and has evolved in membership and name into My Wife’s Quartet.
Although they don’t call themselves Hot Buttered Blues anymore, they still have most of the same members.
Suzanne Butterfield is on vocals, Michael Butterfield on bass, flute and alto sax, Brian Sawyer on electric guitar and ukulele, and Glenn Robson on trumpet, flugelhorn, and tuba.
The band plays a mixture of blues, jazz, swing, and country, and is always looking for new sounds, hence the addition of ukulele, tuba and flute.
Suzanne’s favorite influences are Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, Bob Marley and Jason Mraz.
My Wife’s Quartet performs this Saturday, November 23 at the Gecko Tree. Concert tickets are available at the Guitar Seller (downstairs Audio Video Unlimited) and at The Gecko Tree.