By Dusty Henry
On May 5, Egan’s Jam House will be graced with the surprising and exciting jazz arrangements of Roxi Copland.
Copland, a native of Aberdeen, Wash. mixes jazz fundamentals with the upbeat vibes of 1980s pop and gospel.
Her latest album, Pretty Lies, comes out May 1st making her stop at Egan’s one of the first chances for people to catch her touring this new material.
Copland says the new album will mix her jazz tendencies with Americana and roots rock.
Copland also likes to do arrangements of popular songs such as “The Kids Aren’t Alright” by The Offspring and “Sorry Seems to be the Hardest World” by Elton John.
Copland subtle, soft keyboard and piano playing gives a warmth and familiarity to her music, making it acceptable for many audiences.
The show will start at 9 p.m. and is an all ages event. Admission is $8.
Find her music at http://roxicopland.com/