Tyreek McDole

Big Joe's at the Vermont Comedy Club /// FREE
Residency in partnership with Jazz at Lincoln Center

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Tyreek McDole, a 24-year-old Haitian-American vocalist from sunny Florida, shines brilliantly in the bustling New York scene. With a string of prestigious awards to his name, Tyreek stands out as a rising star vocalist. His performances have seen him share the stage with an impressive roster of musicians and acts, including Theo Croker, NEA Jazz Master Gary Bartz, Miki Yamanaka, Mike King, Mike Ode, and Eric Wheeler, gracing the stage of renowned venues like the Blue Note, Dizzy's Club, Birdland Theatre, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Minton's Playhouse. He was recently declared the winner of the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition.

About Big Joe's

Again this year, the Vermont Comedy Club transforms into Big Joe’s every night of the festival, becoming an after-hours, old school jazz joint named in honor of “Big Joe” Burrell, one of Burlington’s cornerstone jazz musicians. As part of a continuing partnership with Jazz at Lincoln Center, Tyreek McDole is playing a five-night residency. McDole plays with his impressive band of jazz musicians starting at 10 pm each night, then the stage is opens for jam sessions at midnight for any musicians who would like to come and play.


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