Tatiana Ladymay Mayfield feat. Big Ass Brass Band

  • Address:
  • 100 W Abram St., Arlington, TX 76010
  • Phone:
  • (817) 543-4308
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  • Presented By: Levitt Arlington
  • Dates: June 18, 2023
  • Categories: Live Music, Free, Festival
  • Location: Levitt Pavilion Arlington
  • Time: 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM
  • Price: FREE


Tatiana “Lady May” Mayfield

8:30pm Genre: Jazz Vocalist

Refreshing and beautiful are how many have described the voice and persona of Tatiana “LadyMay” Mayfield, a jazz vocalist, musician, composer, and educator from Fort Worth, Texas. “LadyMay” (as she has been named) has been singing and playing jazz music since the tender age of thirteen. Since then, she has performed in various venues and festivals throughout the U.S., which in turn have earned her rave reviews from listeners and musicians in addition to numerous awards.

In 2017, “LadyMay” was awarded 2nd place in the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocals Competition held at NJPAC in New Jersey. Also in 2017, she received the “Jazz Innovators Award” from Dallas, TX as part of Jazz Appreciation Month for her contributions in jazz education to young people in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Mayfield was also chosen as one of the twelve semi-finalists to compete in the prestigious 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Competition that was held in Washington, D.C before a legendary panel of judges. In addition to several other awards, Mayfield is also a 2006 Young Arts winner for Jazz Voice.


Big Ass Brass Band

The hardest-hitting and most innovative brass band since 2015, The Big Ass Brass Band delivers everything from the roots of jazz and second-line to modern original tunes and everything in-between. And it's all done full blast. Whether you want to dance, listen, or simply let the music take you somewhere, The BABB will get you where you need to go. They've brought their sound to Dallas, Shanghai, and every where in between. No matter what you're looking for, when you're with the Big Ass Brass Band, you can trust that it's going to get funky.