Our skies are blue and the birds are singing—Spring is back!.
They bring with them infusion jazz, pop, and blues classics that will usher in the new season with a sweet spirited Latin vibe.
A Style All Their Own
Singer Robin Ady’s voice is a smooth, warm upfront instrument that can take you on a wild musical ride as easily as it rolls smoothly along with softer melodies. Ady’s husband, Bryon Ady, provides the soulful keyboard accompaniment as he improvises based on influences from jazz greats George Gershwin to Thelonious Monk. Johny Powell brings the sparkle to their sound with his horn and, altogether, the musical soul of this trio sings loud and true.
The Lark’s blend of musical influences stretch across several genres to create a moving, fun songbook. They’ll start off their set at Mock with a rollicking, hot upbeat song to get us into the right party mood, then slow it down for to relax the crowd as we sit back and settle in for a great show.
What Fans are Saying
The Larks’ musical philosophy follows what “Mr. Guitar” Chet Atkins once said, “Hot can be cool and cool can be hot and each can be both. But hot or cool man, Jazz is Jazz.” Because of this, The Larks have racked up a nest full of fans across Portland who describe their music as “lifting,” “soothing,” and “mellow,” making them the perfect band to welcome in the most beautiful season of the year.
Make a plan to join The Larks at Mock Crest Tavern on Saturday, March 30that 9pm. They’ll be entertaining our North Portland crowd with the warmth of smooth jazz and a song that comes straight from the heart.