Where to find the Award winning Boogie Woogie piano player...

Friday, October 27  [ October 27-29 ]

Sue Palmer & Her Motel Swing Orchestra will perform in the Pismo Beach Jazz Festival, along with many fantastic artists.

Tuesday, October 31  [ 7:30pm - 10:00pm ]

The Scary Sue Quintet plays Tio Leo's (5302 Napa, San Diego 92111) for a very haunted Halloween night, featuring scary Steve Wilcox, $10.

Tuesday, November 7  [ 7:30pm - 10:00pm ]

Sue Palmer & Her Entire Motel Swing Orchestra will be celebrating Sue's 70th Birthday, along with all the other Scorpios of the month, including Sue's longtime guitarist Steve Wilcox, and others, Tio Leo's (5302 Napa, San Diego 92111), $10

Saturday, November 11  [ 7:00pm - 10:00pm ]

The Sue Palmer Quintet plays Mardi Gras music at the New Orleans flavored club Proud Mary's (5550 Kearny Mesa Rd, San Diego), featuring April West on trombone.

Monday, November 13  [ 7:00pm - 11:00pm ]

The Sue Palmer Quintet plays Humphrey's Backstage Lounge (Shelter Island), featuring Steve Wilcox on guitar

Friday, November 17  [ 7:00pm - 9:00pm ]

The Sue Palmer Quintet will be appearing at Panama 66 (Balboa Park, near the Modern Art Museum)

Tuesday, November 21  [ 7:30pm - 10:00pm ]

The Sue Palmer Quintet plays Tio Leo's (5302 Napa, San Diego 92111)

Wednesday, November 22  [ Nov 22-26 ]

Nov 22-26 - Sue Palmer & Her Entire Motel Swing Orchestra plays the San Diego Jazz Festival at the iconic Town & Country Hotel (500 Hotel Circle N, Mission Valley).  See the schedule at www.sdjazzfest.org

Monday, November 27  [ 7:00pm - 8:30pm ]

The Sue Palmer Trio plays for dancers at the downtown San Diego Public Library (330 Park Blvd), on the rooftop!

THE THUNDERBIRD SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE! Rave reviews are pouring in, so get yours now at all of Sue's engagements, Vintage, Space 441, at the Carlsbad Art and Antique Mall (2752 State St, Carlsbad - 760-730-9494), and CD Baby.

"Toe taps give way to foot stomps. Finger snaps burst into claps. Shoulders spontaneously shimmy.  Hips begin to wiggle in provocative ways.  You can't help it.  The jump, swing, soul, grit, sex, heartbreak, jubilation....everything the music promised and more.  When the sax moans out 'Harlem Nocturne,' you expect to open the door to find it raining in black and white." ...Claudia Russell, The Jazz Ride Home, www.jazz88.org

Coming up in 2017!


Thanksgiving Weekend
San Diego Jazz Festival at the Town & Country Hotel

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