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Jackie Gage: 'Unforgettable' at the Firehouse

Singer Jackie Gage and her trio are playing at the Firehouse Arts Center on Sept. 25. (Photo courtesy of Firehouse)

Singer Jackie Gage and her trio are set to perform on the Firehouse Arts Center stage in downtown Pleasanton this weekend, presenting "Unforgettable: The Songs of Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole and the Great American Songbook."

Gage, an award-winning singer who grew up in San Jose, has traveled the world performing in her velvety voice that straddles the genres of jazz and folk. Tickets remain available for the Firehouse show, at 8 p.m. on Saturday (Sept. 25). Visit www.firehousearts.org.

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Jackie Gage: 'Unforgettable' at the Firehouse

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Singer Jackie Gage and her trio are set to perform on the Firehouse Arts Center stage in downtown Pleasanton this weekend, presenting "Unforgettable: The Songs of Natalie Cole, Nat King Cole and the Great American Songbook."

Gage, an award-winning singer who grew up in San Jose, has traveled the world performing in her velvety voice that straddles the genres of jazz and folk. Tickets remain available for the Firehouse show, at 8 p.m. on Saturday (Sept. 25). Visit www.firehousearts.org.

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