HAPPY HOUR with BEEGIE featuring CELINE PETERSON (Part One)
Premieres Friday, May 14 at 7pm central. This video was pre-recorded on 3/3. 

Producer, Artist Representative (and daughter to legendary pianist Oscar Peterson) Céline Peterson has presented concerts and given inspiring speeches all over the globe (including Canada, The United States, Denmark, Barbados, Switzerland, and South America), and manages some of the most exciting jazz artists on the scene today. She is a producer of the Kensington Market Jazz Festival, which takes place every September in the heart of downtown Toronto and over the course of 3 days and presents over 400 local artists in 24 venues to 5000+ patrons. Céline has also worked extensively with Coalition Canada and their Youth4Music initiative as an Ambassador. Céline has always been a proud ally to the up-and-coming generations of musicians, and along with her work at the Coalition, has done workshops at various schools including Durham College, and The Chicago Academy for the Arts. 

We talk with Celine about all of the exciting things she's doing to support live music and musicians, her love and stories of her father and so much more.  

The Team: 
Beegie Adair: Queen B 
Monica Ramey: Queen B's manager, personal assistant & producer 
Roger Spencer:  Bassist, Beegie and Monica's traveling and drinking buddy
George Tidwell:  Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Pun Master, everyone's dear friend and iced tea drinking buddy. 
Grover & Quigs: Co-Purrducers 
Lena H., Alvin S. & Louis A. Ramey: Fur & Makeup
In memory of Sonny Ramey ❤️

HAPPY HOUR with BEEGIE featuring CELINE PETERSON (Part One) Premieres Friday, May 14 at 7pm central. This video was pre-recorded on 3/3.

Producer, Artist Representative (and daughter to legendary pianist Oscar Peterson) Céline Peterson has presented concerts and given inspiring speeches all over the globe (including Canada, The United States, Denmark, Barbados, Switzerland, and South America), and manages some of the most exciting jazz artists on the scene today. She is a producer of the Kensington Market Jazz Festival, which takes place every September in the heart of downtown Toronto and over the course of 3 days and presents over 400 local artists in 24 venues to 5000+ patrons. Céline has also worked extensively with Coalition Canada and their Youth4Music initiative as an Ambassador. Céline has always been a proud ally to the up-and-coming generations of musicians, and along with her work at the Coalition, has done workshops at various schools including Durham College, and The Chicago Academy for the Arts.

We talk with Celine about all of the exciting things she's doing to support live music and musicians, her love and stories of her father and so much more.

The Team: Beegie Adair: Queen B Monica Ramey: Queen B's manager, personal assistant & producer Roger Spencer: Bassist, Beegie and Monica's traveling and drinking buddy George Tidwell: Trumpet/Flugelhorn/Pun Master, everyone's dear friend and iced tea drinking buddy. Grover & Quigs: Co-Purrducers Lena H., Alvin S. & Louis A. Ramey: Fur & Makeup In memory of Sonny Ramey ❤️

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  • Howard Ogden
    Howard Ogden Winchester,TN
    Loved the song What a Wonderful World. When I watched it I was thinking about my beautiful cat that I loved so much that we had to put to sleep. Thank you both.

    Loved the song What a Wonderful World. When I watched it I was thinking about my beautiful cat that I loved so much that we had to put to sleep. Thank you both.

  • Linda Styles
    Linda Styles San Antonio, TX
    Monica, thank you so much on the wonderful update on Beegie! I know this has been a rough journey for both of you but I’m sure your love of music & performing helped Beegie get through this! God bless & keep getting stronger. The last two years have been rough on a lot of us but we have to have faith & hope that things will get better!

    Monica, thank you so much on the wonderful update on Beegie! I know this has been a rough journey for both of you but I’m sure your love of music & performing helped Beegie get through this! God bless & keep getting stronger. The last two years have been rough on a lot of us but we have to have faith & hope that things will get better!

  • Jaynie  Cox
    Jaynie Cox Herriman, Utah
    I am so glad to see and hear both of you are doing well, after this Covid scare. I recently lost my husband, Rich, and if you remember I was the one who thought the TV screen said Boogie, not Beegie Adair! That was the best mistake I ever made. Beegie is one of a kind. I am afraid I missed any of Bee Gees health problems because of my own loss here. I am so happy, and glad to hear she is doing well. Love to both of you, and Monica, I was so sorry to hear of your loss of your kitty! You’ll have to get another to keep the other little furline you have company!

    I am so glad to see and hear both of you are doing well, after this Covid scare.
    I recently lost my husband, Rich, and if you remember I was the one who thought the TV screen said Boogie, not Beegie Adair! That was the best mistake I ever made. Beegie is one of a kind.
    I am afraid I missed any of Bee Gees health problems because of my own loss here. I am so happy, and glad to hear she is doing well.
    Love to both of you, and Monica, I was so sorry to hear of your loss of your kitty! You’ll have to get another to keep the other little furline you have company!

  • J Nelson
    J Nelson Ormond Beach, Fl
    I have been following Beegee for many years! She's the best.. Monica, you are w0nderful together. great music .I love the lyrics , from an age when they were so meaningful. It's wonderful what you are doing with her...

    I have been following Beegee for many years! She's the best.. Monica, you are w0nderful together. great music .I love the lyrics , from an age when they were so meaningful. It's wonderful what you are doing with her...

  • Rusty Rush
    Rusty Rush College Station, TX
    I have hosted “Voices of Jazz” on KAMU for 40 years. We have none of your product in our music library.. Would you please send us two or three promos for airplay? Many thanks, R Rush, KAMU, 2724 Adrienne Cir, College Station, TX 77845 979/255-1760. rusty9@verizon.net

    I have hosted “Voices of Jazz” on KAMU for 40 years. We have none of your product in our music library.. Would you please send us two or three promos for airplay? Many thanks, R Rush, KAMU, 2724 Adrienne Cir, College Station, TX 77845
    979/255-1760. rusty9@verizon.net

  • Aaron Smith
    Aaron Smith Nashville
    Thank You! Stay safe.

    Thank You! Stay safe.

  • Lynecd
    Lynecd Rowntree
    I just listened to this CD on my flight to Honolulu. It is AMAZING and I can't believe I hadn't heard of both of these artists before! I will be ordering the CD ASAP!

    I just listened to this CD on my flight to Honolulu. It is AMAZING and I can't believe I hadn't heard of both of these artists before! I will be ordering the CD ASAP!

  • Russ Nehrig
    Russ Nehrig Estes Park, CO
    This is the tastiest vocal/piano album I have heard in a very long time! Both the vocals and the piano parts are very tastefully rendered. Stylistically, Beegie and Monica seem to be the perfect match.

    This is the tastiest vocal/piano album I have heard in a very long time! Both the vocals and the piano parts are very tastefully rendered. Stylistically, Beegie and Monica seem to be the perfect match.

Welcome

All My Tomorrows (Cahn/Van Heusen) Recorded at home on May 9, 2020 during the Coronavirus quarantine. "All My Tomorrows" was written by Sammy Cahn & Jimmy Van Heusen (1959) for Frank Sinatra. It has been sung and recorded by hundreds of other singers including Tony Bennett, Shirley Horn and Michael Feinstein.

Warts and all, we're sharing the first and only take for Ms. Adair and Miss Ramey. Beegie's Steinway is wildly out of tune due to the Coronavirus quarantine. Don't write us about it! We hope you enjoy, all the same.

www.beegieadair.com www.monicaramey.com

This video and performance is owned by Adair Music Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

Recorded at home on April 6, 2020 during the Coronavirus quarantine. "You'll Never Know" was written by Harry Warren & Mack Gordon (1943). One of many songs written during WWII, it was a love letter to and from the soldiers and their families.

This video and performance is owned by Adair Music Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

www.beegieadair.com / www.monicaramey.com