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Oct

22

Fri
Fri, Oct 22, 2021 7:30 PM - Fri, Oct 22, 2021 9:00 PM @ https://bit.ly/3yB3ttl

Under the direction of Matt Pivec, the Butler University Jazz Ensemble will perform the music of Thad Jones, Mike Mossman and Bill Holman.

Can’t make it in-person? Join the free livestream on The Fly Rail at – https://bit.ly/3yB3ttl

This performance is free and open to the public, no ticket is required.

Tags: Live Music, Classical, jazz, Butler Jazz Ensemble

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Oct

22

Fri
Fri, Oct 22, 2021 9:00 PM - Sat, Oct 23, 2021 1:00 AM @ State Street Pub

A dope night of Rnb, Soul-Pop and Hip-Hop with Allison Victoria, Helpling, and SleepyNap Vibes!

Show starts 9:00pm

Cover Charge: $10

COVID Protocol: State Street Pub requires proof of full vaccination OR a negative Covid test within the last 72 hours.

Masked are required inside SSP.

Allison Victoria: https://music.apple.com/us/album/let-go-feat-mandog/1471216812?i=1471216814

Helpling: https://musics.link/21028Z9ToU

SleepyNap: https://nativesunlive.bandcamp.com/

Tags: Live Music, Rnb, Soul-Pop, Hip-Hop, jazz, Allison Victoria, Helpling, and SleepyNap Vibes

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Oct

27

Wed
Wed, Oct 27, 2021 6:30 PM - Wed, Oct 27, 2021 8:00 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

Harriett Ellis aka Queen Delphine of Queen Delphine and The Crown Jewels is an Indianapolis Indiana Blues “Belter” in the styles of Koko Taylor and Big Mama Thornton. The Queen has headlined festivals in Brownsburg IN, Louisville KY and Greenwood SC. Her picture is in The Smithsonian Magazine September 2016 issue (Black and Blues) used to herald in the grand opening of The African American Museum in Washington DC. The band’s CD, ” Come and Get It ” has received glowing reviews, charted on The Roots Music Report and played on radio stations world wide.

Tags: Live Music, jazz, Harriett Ellis aka Queen Delphine of Queen Delphine and The Crown Jewels, blues

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Oct

19

Tue
Tue, Oct 19, 2021 7:30 PM - Tue, Oct 19, 2021 9:00 PM @ https://bit.ly/3zzSZM4

The Butler University Jazz Program is proud to feature the music of drummer/composer Jared Schonig. Schonig’s lastest album Two Takes Volumes 1 and 2 are completely different approaches to his original music. Presented in a classic quintet format on one album, then re-imagined by eight extraordinary arrangers for big band. This concert features the Butler University Jazz Combos and also the Butler University Generations Ensemble, directed by special guest Mark Buselli. Both ensembles will feature Schonig on drums.

Mark Buselli is the Jazz Director at Ball State University and has been playing the trumpet for more than 20 years.

Mark Buselli is Director of Jazz Studies at Ball State University. Awards include:
2010-11 BSU College of Fine Arts Dean’s Creative Arts Award
Creative Renewal grant from the Indianapolis Arts Council in 2005
Teacher of the year award in 2004 at Butler University
Creative Vision award from NUVO in May of 2007
Top ten CD release of 2009 (Dec 09) in JAZZIZ magazine for “An Old Soul”
Top 100 CD of the decade (Jan 10) in Downbeat magazine for the Buselli/Wallarab release of “Basically Baker”
2012 Jazz Times Critics poll as being one of the five finalists for Large Jazz Ensemble of the year (BWJO)
2016 Basically Baker vol. 2 release (BWJO) named as one of the best releases of 2016.
2017 inductee into the Indianapolis Jazz Hall of Fame.

Buselli has over fifty arrangements published for big bands, brass ensemble, and piano/trumpet. He has ten recordings out as a leader on the Owlstudios and OA2 record labels. He has performed with many notable artists and has played for four United States presidents.

Mark was the featured trumpet soloist on the award winning short film “Claire and the Keys” released in 2015. Mark was a semi-finalist judge for the 2017 Essentially Ellington competition held at Lincoln Center in NYC and has served as a finalist for the National Jazz Trumpet Competition.

He has taken his college bands on tours of Russia, China, Germany, Italy, France, Poland, Switzerland, Costa Rica, and the Czech Republic.

Buselli currently serves as Education Director of the Buselli/Wallarab Jazz Orchestra in Indianapolis where he has created numerous educational opportunities for over 50 thousand students with their relationship to Arts For Learning of Indiana.

Mr. Buselli graduated from Berklee School of music in Boston and received his MM in Jazz studies from Indiana University. While at Indiana he was awarded a Performers Certificate. The late David Baker personally picked the Buselli/Wallarab Jazz Orchestra to record his music.

He is a Yamaha performing artist and the Director of the Jazz track for the Music For All Summer Symposium. Mark resides in Indianapolis with his wife Andrea and daughter Sophia.
Can’t make it in-person? Join the free livestream on The Fly Rail at – https://bit.ly/3zzSZM4

This performance is free and open to the public, no ticket is required.

Tags: Live Music, Jazz, Classical, Jared Schonig

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Oct

19

Tue
Tue, Oct 19, 2021 7:00 PM - Tue, Oct 19, 2021 8:30 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

Christopher Pitts “Tunes I Love” is a special presentation exploring the American experience of love, family and culture through music. The program will feature original compositions and arrangements of songs written by some of the most revered composers of Black American Music.

Christopher Pitts – piano
Alexander Nativi – bass
Dorian Phelps – drums

Tags: Live Music, Christopher Pitts, Jazz

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Sep

22

Wed
Wed, Sep 22, 2021 3:00 PM - Wed, Sep 22, 2021 4:30 PM @ https://bit.ly/2XfCxSY

Are you looking to learn about intentional communities and get inspiration for your own future community? You’ve come to the right place!

Come learn the basics about intentional communities — where to find them, why they matter, and how to join the one that’s right for you. Get your questions answered and leave with practical tips. This is also a great opportunity to meet fellow community seekers from around the globe.

Cynthia is the Co-Director of the FIC and will offer a virtual tour of some of the hundreds of community projects she has visited or worked with worldwide. She’ll guide you through the ins and outs of life in community… and how to find the best match for you!

*Free!*
Register at: https://bit.ly/2XfCxSY

Tags: nonprofit, art, Live Music, sustainability, jazz

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Sep

18

Sat
Sat, Sep 18, 2021 12:30 PM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 10:00 PM @ Garfield Park - Macallister Amphitheater

OUTDOORS AT THE HISTORIC GARFIELD PARK MACALLISTER AMPHITHEATER

Headliners include Thundercat, Cory Henry, Victor Wooten, Moonchild, Marion Meadows, and more!

** Event held rain or shine – NO refunds will be issued.

** At this time there are no COVID-19 restrictions, however, we reserve the right to enforce masks, temperature checks, or proof of vaccination depending on conditions and Marion County mandates.

WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT YOU WEAR A MASK WHEN IN CROWDS

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place regardless of precautions that may be taken. By attending Indy Jazz Fest events, you voluntarily assume all risks, hazards and dangers related to exposure/contracting COVID-19, and voluntarily waive all claims and suits against the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation, Indy Jazz Fest, IJF Sponsors, performers, staff, Garfield Park & the City of Indianapolis.

DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE VAN RIPER / WOODARD VIP LOUNGE

INDY JAZZ FEST | 2 DAYS | 13+ BANDS – SEPT 18 & 19

More info at indyjazzfest.net

GARFIELD PARK – MacAllister Amphitheater – Outdoor, Open Air Venue

2425 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46203

LINE-UP

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 – Gates open at 11:30AM

12:30PM – Kenny Banks Jr. Trio + Kenny Phelps & Nick Tucker

1:45PM – Jared Thompson & Premium Blend | 38th & Postmodernism

3:15PM – Rob Dixon & Trilogy

5:00PM – Akiko Tsuruga Organ Trio featuring Jeff Hamilton & Graham Dechter

6:45PM – Moonchild

8:30PM – Victor Wooten Band

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 – Gates open at 11:00AM

12:00PM – Indiana All-State High School Band

1:00PM – Amanda Gardier Quintet featuring Greg Ward

2:20PM – Pavel & Direct Contact | El Caribe

3:45PM – Native Sun | Legalize Being Black

5:15PM – Marion Meadows | Smooth Jazz Icon

6:45PM – Cory Henry

8:30PM – Thundercat

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

IJF Let’s Get Excited Pre-Party | Charlie Ballantine Organ Quartet

Lugar Plaza | 5:30p-7:30p | FREE EVENT

In partnership with Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Plat Collective, Rundell Ernstberger Associates.

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Indy Jazz Fest Late Night Sets

Friday, September 17,2021

Clint Breeze & The Groove

The Jazz Kitchen | 9:00PM | Doors at 8:00PM

Saturday, September 18, 2021

Mononeon

The Jazz Kitchen | 11:00PM | Doors at 10:00PM

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IJF COMMISSION SERIES DATES HAVE BEEN RESCHEDULED

NEW DATES:

KENNY PHELPS “The Artisan” – November 12, 2021 at the Madame Walker Theater

STEVE ALLEE “Vision & Vision” – December 3, 2021 at The Schrott Center for the Arts

All ticket holders will contacted shortly about the re-scheduled dates. No worries if you are unable to attend the re-scheduled dates – you will receive a full refund.


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Tags: Jazz, Live Music, Indy Jazz Fest, nonprofit

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Sep

15

Wed
Wed, Sep 15, 2021 5:30 PM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 11:00 PM @ Garfield Park - Macallister Amphitheater

For this year’s jazz fest, we’re coming back with a bang. Join us for a 5 day celebration of all things jazz on September 15-19.

Headliners include Thundercat, Cory Henry, Victor Wooten, Moonchild, Marion Meadows, and more!

**Event held rain or shine – no refunds will be issued.

**At this time there are no COVID-19 restrictions, however, we reserve the right to enforce masks, temperature checks, or proof of vaccination depending on conditions/Marion County mandates.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021
IJF Let’s Get Excited Pre-Party | Charlie Ballantine Organ Quartet
Lugar Plaza | 5:30p-7:30p

Thursday, September 16, 2021
IJF Artist Commission Series presents Steve Allee – “Vision & Legacy: A Tribute to Indy Jazz Mentors
Schrott Center for the Arts | 7:30p

Friday, September 17, 2021
IJF Artist Commission Series presents Kenny Phelps – “The Artisan”
Schrott Center for the Arts | 7:30p

Saturday, September 18 & Sunday, September 19, 2021
GARFIELD PARK – MacAllister Amphitheater

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 – Doors open at 11:30AM
8:30PM – Victor Wooten
6:45PM – Moonchild
5:00PM – Akiko Tsuruga Organ Trio featuring Jeff Hamilton & Graham Dechter
3:15PM – Rob Dixon & Trilogy
1:45PM – Jared Thompson & Premium Blend | 38th & Postmodernism
12:30PM – Kenny Banks Trio Jr. + Kenny Phelps & Nick Tucker

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 – Doors open at 11:00AM
8:30PM – Thundercat
6:45PM – Cory Henry
5:15PM – Marion Meadows | Smooth Jazz Icon
3:45PM – Native Sun | Legalize Being Black | 2020 Commission Reprise
2:20PM – Pavel & Direct Contact | El Caribe
1:00PM – Amanda Gardier Quintet featuring Greg Ward
12:00PM – Indiana All-State High School Band

Tags: Live Music, Jazz, The Jazz Kitchen, Garfield Park, Indy Jazz Fest 2021

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Sep

08

Wed
Wed, Sep 08, 2021 7:30 PM - Wed, Sep 08, 2021 10:30 PM @ Healer

A new series every second Wednesday of the month at Healer featuring prominent creatives in Indy’s jazz, avant garde, and improvised music scenes. This month will feature a set by the House Trio Charlie Ballantine, Amanda Gardier, and Chris Parker followed by a set by Allison Victoria and Jared Thompson.

Music @ 8pm

Tix $5

Tags: Live Music, jazz, House Trio Charlie Ballantine, Amanda Gardier, and Chris Parker followed by a set by Allison Victoria and Jared Thompson

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Aug

31

Tue
Tue, Aug 31, 2021 7:30 PM - Tue, Aug 31, 2021 11:30 PM @ The Slippery Noodle

Tad Robinson & Gordon Bonham take the front stage at 7:30pm – No Cover – Call for Reservations 317-631-6974

Tags: Live Music, Tad Robinson, Gordon Bonham, blues, jazz

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Aug

26

Thu
Thu, Aug 26, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, Aug 26, 2021 8:30 PM @ Indiana Historical Society

Free. Limited in-person space available. Seating arrangements may be adjusted in order to comply with current CDC and capacity guidelines.

Details on how to live streaming will be available shortly. Come early to explore the exhibit You Are There 1925: Gennett Records before the show, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.

For more information or to sign up, visit: https://indianahistory.org/events/the-jazz-state-of-indiana/

2021 Lacy Family Distinguished Lecturer with Joshua A. Thompson

From the cradle of recorded Jazz to the clubs of Indiana Avenue, Indiana’s jazz legacy can be felt in the music we hear every day. Indiana’s music roots echo throughout our history and can be best explored through experiencing it. Join us for an evening of music as we explore the musical roots of jazz from Richmond to Indianapolis with historian and musician Joshua A. Thompson, set to the sounds of quartet Premium Blend.

2021 Lacy Family Distinguished Lecturer is presented by the Lacy Foundation with support from the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation and Indy Jazz Fest.

Tags: Live Music, Modern History,Culture, Jazz

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Aug

25

Wed
Wed, Aug 25, 2021 6:30 PM - Wed, Aug 25, 2021 8:00 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

Every track on Rebekah Meldrum’s self-titled debut is steeped in the love and the passion she has for the genre. It’s almost a religious reverence, which makes perfect sense considering she’s a preacher’s daughter who grew up singing gospel in church. “Gospel and blues have always been so closely related,” she opines. “It’s like there’s a fork in the musical road, one way, it’s the gospel, and the other is the blues. I was exposed to Koko Taylor when I was eight years old, and right then, I knew which road I was going to take.” But her precision is by no means cut and dried or predictable; she is methodical, if not hypnotic, weaving a spell across seven songs that reflect the multi-decade journey it’s taken for her to get here as much as the destination itself. From the way the very first notes drop you right into the delta, through excursions that go from the backcountry to steamy, inner-city grooves and all the way through to New Orleans-inspired horns that wind the album down, she is in firm command of every aspect of the songwriting process. “Everything took a big turn when I stopped writing on guitar and started singing the melodies in my head,” she relates, ” even the guitar riffs and the solos. Then Paul (longtime collaborator, guitarist/singer Paul Holdman) translates it all and embellishes it with his own nuances—when we put it together like that, the magic happens.” It is magic, but it’s no illusion. Rebekah Meldrum is a master magician who’s just beginning to reveal her bag of tricks.

Tags: Live Music, jazz, blues

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Aug

20

Fri
Fri, Aug 20, 2021 7:00 PM - Fri, Aug 20, 2021 8:30 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

Charlie Ballantine, Richard Sleepy Floyd, Kevin Anker, and Brandon Meeks recreate the iconic John Scofield album “A Go Go”. This album marked a significant point in Scofield’s career as he joined forces with Medeski, Martin, and Wood and began a departure from modern jazz to a more groove based style. Join us as these four acclaimed local musicians pay tribute to this celebrated album.

Charlie Ballantine – Guitar
Kevin Anker – Hammond B3
Richard Sleepy Floyd – Drums
Brandon Meeks – Bass

Tags: Live Music, Jazz, Charlie Ballantine Plays John Scofield’s ‘A Go Go’

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Jul

17

Sat
Sat, Jul 17, 2021 8:00 AM - Sat, Jul 17, 2021 8:00 PM @ Square Cat Vinyl

8 AM – 8 PM

We’re back baby.

We are stoked to be open for Record Store Day again!! Here’s what we’ve got going on for the day:

– Free gift bag to the first 50 people in line

– Free coffee to the first 25 people in line

– Free Long’s donuts while they last

– Exclusive RSD releases available first come first serve

** No holds or reservations on RSD titles **

** No discounts on RSD releases **

** Can only purchase one copy per RSD release **

** All RSD releases become available online at 1 PM at squarecatvinyl.com and on our Discogs page **

Looking forward to seeing all your beautiful faces again this Saturday!!

Tags: Record Store Day, Square Cat Vinyl, Live Music, Jazz

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Jul

16

Fri
Fri, Jul 16, 2021 9:00 PM - Fri, Jul 16, 2021 10:30 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

I’m teaming up with a new collective of exciting regional musicians from Indy, Chicago and Cincinnati to explore music inspired by modern jazz and hip hop visionaries like Christian McBride, Roy Hargrove and Madlib. The group combines the style of classic straight ahead jazz with a 21st century streetwise aesthetic.

Brandon Meeks – upright bass
Rob Dixon – saxophone
Josh Strange – vibraphone
Cleveland Dodds – piano
Greg Artry – drums

Tags: Brandon Meeks, Quintet, Jazz, Live Music

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Jul

16

Fri
Fri, Jul 16, 2021 7:00 PM - Fri, Jul 16, 2021 8:30 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

I’m teaming up with a new collective of exciting regional musicians from Indy, Chicago and Cincinnati to explore music inspired by modern jazz and hip hop visionaries like Christian McBride, Roy Hargrove and Madlib. The group combines the style of classic straight ahead jazz with a 21st century streetwise aesthetic.

Brandon Meeks – upright bass
Rob Dixon – saxophone
Josh Strange – vibraphone
Cleveland Dodds – piano
Greg Artry – drums

Tags: Brandon Meeks, Quintet, Jazz, Live Music

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Jun

17

Thu
Thu, Jun 17, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, Jun 17, 2021 9:00 PM @ Coal Yard Coffee

Join us at Coal Yard Coffee for this special jazz night featuring Amanda Gardier on saxophone, Quinn Sternberg on bass visiting from New Orleans, and Cassius Goens on drums

Tags: Live Music, Jazz, Charlie Ballantine, Amanda Gardier, Quinn Sternberg

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May

14

Fri
Fri, May 14, 2021 7:00 PM - Fri, May 14, 2021 8:30 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

Vocalist Rebecca is known for her command of the Great American Songbook and the world of Bossa Nova. Much in the vain of Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, Chet Baker & Emilie-Claire Barlow she delivers with a laid back, graceful tone.

Rebecca Rafla – vocals

Mark Buselli – trumpet

Steven Jones – piano

Brandon Meeks – bass

Kenny Phelps – drums

Tags: Live Music, jazz, The Jazz Kitchen

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May

06

Thu
Thu, May 06, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, May 06, 2021 9:30 PM @ Coal Yard Coffee

Join Charlie Ballantine, Jesse Wittman, and Cassius Goens on Thursday nights for this weekly jazz series at Coal Yard Coffee from 7-9:30pm. *Special Guest this week Amanda Gardier!

Tags: Live Music, jazz, Charlie Ballantine, Jesse Wittman, Amanda Gardier, Cassius Goens

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Mar

17

Wed
Wed, Mar 17, 2021 6:00 PM - Wed, Mar 17, 2021 8:00 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

Every track on her self-titled debut, is steeped in the love and the passion she has for the genre. It’s almost a religious reverence, which makes perfect sense considering she’s a preacher’s daughter who grew up singing gospel in church. “Gospel and blues have always been so closely related,” she opines. “It’s like there’s a fork in the musical road, one way it’s gospel and the other is the blues. I was exposed to Koko Taylor when I was eight years old, and right then I knew which road I was going to take.” But her precision is by no means cut and dried or predictable; she is methodical, if not hypnotic, weaving a spell across seven songs that reflect the multi- decade journey it’s taken for her to get here as much as the destination itself. From the way the very first notes drop you right into the delta, through excursions that go from back country to steamy, inner-city grooves and all the way through to New Orleans-inspired horns that wind the album down, she is in firm command of every aspect of the songwriting process. “Everything took a big turn when I stopped writing on guitar and started singing the melodies in my head,” she relates, ” even the guitar riffs and the solos. Then Paul (longtime collaborator, guitarist/singer Paul Holdman) translates it all and embellishes it with his own nuances—when we put it together like that, the magic happens.” It is magic, but it’s no illusion. Rebekah Meldrum is a master magician who’s just beginning to reveal her bag of tricks.

Tags: Live Music, Rebekah Meldrum, The Jazz Kitchen

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Sep

13

Sun
Sun, Sep 13, 2020 6:00 PM - Sun, Sep 13, 2020 8:00 PM @ Rocky Ripple

Sunday September 13th we will be hosting a private jazz concert at our yard in Rocky Ripple. Due to the state of things and indoor venues continuing to stay closed we realize there is still a high demand for live music and believe that this could be great opportunity for musicians as well as music lovers. The property is big enough to host 60-70 people while maintaining social distancing precautions so please RSVP to the event or send me a personal message if you plan on attending. That way we can keep a head count and not overbook the event. It will by BYOB and we suggest bringing a blanket or chair as well as a can of bug spray (we are right off of the canal). This week the band is Amanda Gardier on alto saxophone, Jesse Wittman on bass, Charlie Ballantine on guitar, and Cassius Goens on drums. I hope you can join us and share the joy of live music again. There will be a suggested donation of $15. These events will be weather permitting. Send a personal message to Charlie Ballantine or Amanda Gardier for the address.

Tags: Live Music, jazz, Charlie Ballentine, Amanda Ballentine

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Aug

09

Sun
Sun, Aug 09, 2020 6:00 PM - Sun, Aug 09, 2020 8:00 PM @ Rocky Ripple

Sunday August 9th we will be hosting a private jazz concert at our yard in Rocky Ripple. Due to the state of things and indoor venues continuing to stay closed we realize there is still a high demand for live music and believe that this could be great opportunity for musicians as well as music lovers. The property is big enough to host 60-70 people while maintaining social distancing precautions so please RSVP to the event or send me a personal message if you plan on attending. That way we can keep a head count and not overbook the event. It will by BYOB and we suggest bringing a blanket or chair as well as a can of bug spray (we are right off of the canal). This week the band is Amanda Gardier on saxophone, Nick Tucker on bass, Charlie Ballantine on guitar, and Chris Parker on drums. I hope you can join us and share the joy of live music again. There will be a suggested donation of $15. These events will be weather permitting. Send a personal message to Charlie Ballantine or Amanda Gardier for the address.

Tags: Live Music, Jazz, Amanda Gardier, Nick Tucker, Charlie Ballantine, Chris Parker, Rocky Ripple

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Jul

19

Sun
Sun, Jul 19, 2020 7:00 PM - Sun, Jul 19, 2020 9:00 PM @ The Jazz Kitchen

An exhilarating blast of blues, soul and funk.
Music!Music!Music! marks the recorded debut of the musical partnership between guitarist Charlie Hunter and vocalist Lucy Woodward.

The duo first performed together in February 2018, when Woodward, fresh off supporting her fourth solo album,met Hunter through their friends in Snarky Puppy at the GroundUP festival in Miami.
Woodward joined forces with Hunter as a last-minute fill-in on a tour he’d originally booked with another singer whose visa had been denied. Bonded by their shared love of blues, Hunter and Woodward quickly constructed a setlist of favorite songs and hit the road. Within less than a week of playing shows together, they realized that they’d hit upon something very special, indeed.

Hunter and Woodward are individually known as solo artists but have collectively toured and recorded with D’Angelo, Rod Stewart, Snarky Puppy, John Mayer, Pink Martini, Norah Jones and Celine Dion.
Music!Music!Music! features eleven radically reworked covers of songs by artists ranging from Blind Willie Johnson and Bessie Smith to Nina Simone and Terence Trent D’Arby. Soulful, spacious and deliciously in the pocket, Music!Music!Music! showcases the dazzling interplay between Hunter’s funky guitar and Woodward’s powerful voice, while also reflecting the spontaneity and good vibes of the duo’s live performances

Tags: Charlie Hunter, Lucy Woodward, Live Music, Jazz

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