SPENCER DAY with special guest EFFIE PASSERO

Thursday, March 26, 2020  8pm

Spencer Day, the #1 Billboard-charting pop/jazz performer and San Diego favorite, returns to Martinis Above Fourth | Table + Stage with three different shows in his performance series Spencer Day Three Ways: TRIO, DUO and SOLO. For his TRIO performance, Day brings The Spencer Day Trio and the show San Diego Serenade.

Day will be performing on the fourth Thursday of February, March and April with a unique performance each night in Spencer Day Three Ways: TRIO, DUO and SOLO. His DUO show on Thursday, March 26, features American Idol favorite Effie Passero. He returns to the stage on Thursday, April 23 with his SOLO show, Vagabond LIVE! which will feature a live performance of his fan-favorite release Vagabond.

Bundle your tickets and see all three shows!

2 Show Bundle
3 Show Bundle

Single Performance
• $30 Reserved Seating

Two Performances
• $50 Reserved Seating

Three Performances
• $70 Reserved Seating

Doors open at 6pm for dinner and seating.

Street Parking and Paid Lots are available.

A minimum purchase of $20.00 in food/beverage is required per person while inside the showroom. Food and beverage purchased in the Overlook Bar does not apply to the showroom minimum. Service fees apply to all tickets purchased via our online box office, phone or at the door. There are no refunds or exchanges for show ticket purchases.


Born in Utah, raised in rural Arizona, and currently living in New York City — Spencer Day has wandered amid the expansive and diverse landscape of American music, developing an artistic sensibility that borrows from numerous sources: jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, folk, traditional and contemporary pop. He uses intuition and improvisation as his primary tools to craft a sound that is familiar, yet fresh and innovative at the same time. Day’s album Vagabond peaked at #11 on the Billboard Album Chart and stayed on the chart for 47 weeks. The lead single, “Til You Come To Me,” peaked at #3. His recent album, Daybreak, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Jazz Chart.

The Washington Post praised his “cool jazz sensibilities” and “cleverly crafted tales,” with Time Out New York calling him “a compelling, quirky singer-songwriter.” According to The San Francisco Chronicle, “his melodies are infectious, his arrangements are dazzling and, most of all, his delivery is heartfelt and, often, heartbreaking. He is not only a superb pianist, but a brilliant arranger, who consistently celebrates the partnership between his voice and the piano.”