“If You Can Tell a Story, You’ll Never Be Out of a Job!”
Doc Stull’s jazz/poetry performance with Tim Randles RLA Jazz players at The Westhaven Center for the Arts, 501 S. Westhaven Drive, just south of Trinidad, Friday, November 22, 2019, at 7:00 PM. Sliding scale, $10.00 (Students) – $20 Refreshments will be available
Doc Stull is a multidimensional and never conventional retired university professor, writer, and performer. He hosted a classics literature radio show for 20 years, wrote and narrated 75 sport history shows for ESPN sports and was a jazz reviewer/interviewer for the New Books Network.
According to Stull, his show combines his history of familial storytelling — from his vaudevillesque grandfather and Methodist educator grandmother to his former minister/philosophy professor/international consultant/gadfly father and theatrical/classical singer mother, as well as selected poetry/prose pieces from his travels in Germany, Israel, and Portugal.
The show also features Matt McClimon, vibes, and Nicholas Dominic Talvola, trumpet. RLA is made up of Tim Randles, keyboard, Mike LaBolle, drums, and Ken Lawrence, bass.
Doc appears on radio ESPN Radio 1340 AM/92.7 FM Northcoast Tonight with JB Mathers and Tag Watherspoon to talk about the latest sports issues of the day and his upcoming spoken-word/jazz show, If You Can Tell a Story You’ll Never Be Out of a Job!
Doc’s original show, accompanied by the finest jazz musicians in Humboldt County, will be at the Westshaven Center for the Arts, Friday, November 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm . Tickets $10-20 sliding scale. Doc’s show last year was sold out to standing room only, so come early!
Westhaven Arts Center
501 S. Westhaven Drive, Trinidad CA, 95570
Phone: (707) 677 – 9493
Friday, November 22nd
7:00 p.m. RLA Trio w/ Doc Stull:‘If You Can Tell a Story, You’ll Never be Out of a Job.’featuring Matt Mcclimon, vibes & Nick Talvola, trumpet. Stull is a multi-dimensional, never conventional university professor, writer/novelist/performer & radio commentator, who hosted a classics literature radio show for 20 years. He was also a jazz reviewer, and wrote & narrated 75 sport history shows for ESPN sports. $10-20 sliding.
Doc’s show combines his history of familial storytelling from his vaudevillesque grandfather, his Methodist educator grandmother, former minister/philosophy professor/international consultant/gadfly father and theatrical/classical singer mother as well as selected poetry/prose pieces from his travels in Germany, Israel and Portugal.