The Embassy is pleased to announce that Summer Nights at the Embassy will begin its seventh season on Wednesday, June 1 and continue for 16 weeks, wrapping up on September 14. The events run from 5 to 9 p.m., with music starting at 5:30 p.m.
Based in Indiana, Todd Harrold has the unusual job of being a drummer/lead singer. He has fronted his own band since 1991, and his vocal style has been compared to Bill Withers, Boz Scaggs, and Gil Scott Heron.
He has won the Whatzup Magazine Jazz Artist of the Year eight times (he has also won two Whatzup R&B Artist of the Year awards) and has shared the stage with The Derek Trucks Band, The Doobie Brothers, Govt Mule, Lalah Hathaway, Leon Russell, Marcus King Band, Ike Stubblefield, Tommy Castro, Kenny Neal, the Bodeans, Leftover Salmon, Bill Watrous, Tom “Bones” Malone, Melvin Rhyne, and KC and the Sunshine Band. He has appeared in Modern Drummer, Down Beat, Relix, and Performing Songwriter Magazines.
Todd will be performing with his regular trio featuring Bob Bailey on guitar and vocals and Eric Clancy on keyboards.
Due to ongoing precautions during the COVID-19 Pandemic, events may be subject to changes, attendance restrictions, or cancellations. Please check with the event host and or venue for any events you are planning to attend.