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Sunday, February 1

12pm Free Admittance

Jarrod Champion

JCBJarrod Champion is a singer, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan. Jarrod is the son of Denise and Barry Champion who were both trained pianists. Taking a note from his parents, Jarrod picked up a guitar at the age of 12 and, after writing and performing for a few years, would eventually turn to the piano himself at the age of 18. Since that time Jarrod has continued to write, perform and record.


During his performances you will hear a wide variety of music transformed into the “piano-man” style.  While Jarrod does touch on some standards you will hear anything from Louis Armstrong to David Bowie, making for a eclectic and unique setting.

http://jarrodchampion.com/


Sunday, February 1

7pm $10.00 Cover

Super Happy Funtime Burlesque: Cancelled


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Cancelled do to weather

“I think I’ve just seen the best night of burlesque of my life!!” – Allison Henthorn, Kansas City Examiner

SHFB is a blend of musical theater rejects, dance school failures, burnt out musicians, and abandoned poets who bonded over mutual boredom with musical and theatrical standards. They take a no holds barred approach to their performance, reasoning that if you are coming out to see women take their clothes off then you are down with anything; they will make fun of your religion, your lifestyle, your politics, and those shoes. SHFB has 16 members and boasts a musical repertoire of all original music that spans and defies all genres.

http://www.superhappyfuntimeburlesque.com


Monday, February 2

Closed


Tuesday, February 3

8pm Free Admittance

the Marcus Elloit Quartet

MQ2Featuring:
Marcus Elliot, saxophone
Ben Rolston, bass
Steven Boegehold, drums
Michael Malis, piano

Marcus Elliot is a saxophonist/composer/educator of the Metro-Detroit area who is quickly gaining recognition for his imaginative improvising, and fervently thoughtful voice on the saxophone. Marcus has been playing professionally in the Detroit Jazz scene where he is studying, practicing and composing the music you will hear every Tuesday night.

http://www.marcuselliotmusic.com/

 


Wednesday, February 4

8pm Free Admittance

The Glenn Tucker Organ Trio

GTOT“A quadruple threat as a pianist, organist, composer and arranger, Glenn Tucker packs an extensive knowledge and conventional wisdom of the jazz tradition with a warm and remarkable personal touch and flare.” -Andrew Bishop

Detroit-based, Ann Arbor-bred musician Glenn Tucker occupies a unique place in the organ jazz world in that he is trained both as a jazz pianist and a classical pipe organist. Glenn brings a broad musical vision to his efforts to expand the possibilities of the Hammond organ and the organ trio format. His mentors include Geri Allen, Claude Black, and Tad Weed. Glenn seeks both to celebrate and contribute to Detroit’s rich musical tapestry. In this weekly residency, he is joined by veteran Detroit masters, (1st Wednesdays) innovative local composers, (2nd Wednesdays) and a rotating cast of young talent performing original music (other weeks).

http://glenntucker.bandcamp.com/


Thursday, February 5

7pm $5.00 Cover

WDET Presents The Moth StorySlam

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As many of you know, The Moth StorySlam has been a huge success here in Detroit. Because so many attendees have been showing up, we can no longer offer reservations for MOTH performances. DOORS OPEN AT 4pm!! We will be offering seating on a first-come, first-serve basis. The sign-in sheet for story tellers is at the merchandise booth located near the front door of the club. You can sign up starting at 6 p.m.

“The Moth is dedicated to promoting the art of storytelling. We celebrate the ability of stories to honor the diversity and commonality of human experience, and to satisfy a vital human need for connection. We do so by helping our storytellers to shape their stories and to share them with the community at large. One goal of The Moth is to present the finest storytellers among established and emerging writers, performers and artists; another is to encourage storytelling among populations whose stories often go unheard.” -the moth.org


Friday, February 6

9pm $10.00 Cover

The Alex Levine Quintet Featuring Francois Moutin

Alex LFeaturing:
Alex Levine, guitar
Marcus Elliot, saxophone
Francois Moutin, bass
Stephen Boegehold, tubs

The Alex Levine Quartet is an ongoing collaboration between Alex Levine, a New York based guitarist, and Detroit based musicians, Marcus Elliot, Stephen Boegehold, and Ben Rolston. For this special two-night engagement the world-renowned bassist, Francois Moutin, will join the group. The quartet is an exciting and collective improvising ensemble that focuses on performing Levine’s original compositions. 

Alex Levine is a guitarist, composer, and improviser, currently living in New York City.  He graduated from the University of Michigan jazz studies program in 2012, where he studied with Geri Allen and Frank Portolese, and is an alumnus of the Banff International Jazz and Creative Music Workshop.  Alex has played at renowned venues in New York City such as Cornelia St. Café and The Stone, and at venues around the tri-state area.  He has collaborated in a multitude of musical contexts including as a member of bands led by Andrew Bishop, Marcus Elliot, Ben Rolston, Vincent Chandler, Greg “Vibrations” Williams (Sonny Rollins, Grant Green), and most recently as a member of Trio of Astounding Determination.  Alex has performed numerous concerts throughout the United States and Europe, including concerts in Germany and the Czech Republic.  He released his debut recording, “Quartet”, in October 2012.

alexlevinemusic.com


Saturday, February 7

6pm

The Taylor Pierson Trio

Join us for dinner music every Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with this homegrown piano trio.


Saturday, February 7

9:30pm $10.00 Cover

The Alex Levine Quartet Featuring Francois Moutin

IMG_9285Featuring:
Alex Levine, guitar
Marcus Elliot, saxophone
Francois Moutin, bass
Stephen Boegehold, tubs

The Alex Levine Quartet is an ongoing collaboration between Alex Levine, a New York based guitarist, and Detroit based musicians, Marcus Elliot, Stephen Boegehold, and Ben Rolston. For this special two-night engagement the world-renowned bassist, Francois Moutin, will join the group. The quartet is an exciting and collective improvising ensemble that focuses on performing Levine’s original compositions.

Alex Levine is a guitarist, composer, and improviser, currently living in New York City.  He graduated from the University of Michigan jazz studies program in 2012, where he studied with Geri Allen and Frank Portolese, and is an alumnus of the Banff International Jazz and Creative Music Workshop.  Alex has played at renowned venues in New York City such as Cornelia St. Café and The Stone, and at venues around the tri-state area.  He has collaborated in a multitude of musical contexts including as a member of bands led by Andrew Bishop, Marcus Elliot, Ben Rolston, Vincent Chandler, Greg “Vibrations” Williams (Sonny Rollins, Grant Green), and most recently as a member of Trio of Astounding Determination.  Alex has performed numerous concerts throughout the United States and Europe, including concerts in Germany and the Czech Republic.  He released his debut recording, “Quartet”, in October 2012.

alexlevinemusic.com


Sunday, February 8

12pm Free Admittance

Jarrod Champion

JCBJarrod Champion is a singer, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan. Jarrod is the son of Denise and Barry Champion who were both trained pianists. Taking a note from his parents, Jarrod picked up a guitar at the age of 12 and, after writing and performing for a few years, would eventually turn to the piano himself at the age of 18. Since that time Jarrod has continued to write, perform and record.


During his performances you will hear a wide variety of music transformed into the “piano-man” style.  While Jarrod does touch on some standards you will hear anything from Louis Armstrong to David Bowie, making for a eclectic and unique setting.

http://jarrodchampion.com/


Sunday, February 8

6pm Free Admittance

Southeastern Music Academy Jam Session

SeanDobbsThe Southeastern Music Academy has an outstanding music faculty – successful performers with strong academic credentials that perform regularly with professional groups. This talented group of instructors hope to help all levels of students achieve their goals in a fun and encouraging atmosphere.

Hosted by Artistic Director Sean Dobbins
A product of the Ann Arbor Public Schools, Sean Dobbins has stayed devoted to education throughout his life. Early mentor Louis Smith, an Ann Arbor Public Schools band teacher, impressed the importance of a good education upon Sean at an early age. Sean is known in his community as a band director, drum teacher and positive influence for many.

In 1999 Sean was asked to become the director of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Summer Jazz Program. This program was designed to help educate and inspire young artist as they began their quest of learning jazz. In 1998, a year before Sean’s arrival, the program was in jeopardy of being cancelled due to low enrollment. In 2000, a year after Sean took over the reigns, the enrollment more than tripled and a year later, the group was featured on WEMU, a national jazz radio program.

http://southeasternmusicacademy.org/


Monday, February 9

Closed


Tuesday, February 10

8pm Free Admittance

The Marcus Elliot Quartet

MQ2Featuring:
Marcus Elliot, saxophone
Ben Rolston, bass
Steven Boegehold, drums
Michael Malis, piano

Marcus Elliot is a saxophonist/composer/educator of the Metro-Detroit area who is quickly gaining recognition for his imaginative improvising, and fervently thoughtful voice on the saxophone. Marcus has been playing professionally in the Detroit Jazz scene where he has been studying, practicing and composing the music you will hear every Tuesday night.

http://www.marcuselliotmusic.com/

 

 


Wednesday, February 11

8pm Free Admittance

The Glenn Tucker Organ Trio

GTOT

Featuring:
Glenn Tucker, Hammond B3
Ralph Tope, guitar
Kayvon Gordon, drums

 

“A quadruple threat as a pianist, organist, composer and arranger, Glenn Tucker packs an extensive knowledge and conventional wisdom of the jazz tradition with a warm and remarkable personal touch and flare.” -Andrew Bishop

Detroit-based, Ann Arbor-bred musician Glenn Tucker occupies a unique place in the organ jazz world in that he is trained both as a jazz pianist and a classical pipe organist. Glenn brings a broad musical vision to his efforts to expand the possibilities of the Hammond organ and the organ trio format. His mentors include Geri Allen, Claude Black, and Tad Weed. Glenn seeks both to celebrate and contribute to Detroit’s rich musical tapestry. In this weekly residency, he is joined by veteran Detroit masters, (1st Wednesdays) innovative local composers, (2nd Wednesdays) and a rotating cast of young talent performing original music (other weeks).

http://glenntucker.bandcamp.com/


Thursday, February 12

8pm $20 Cover

Stephane Wrembel

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“a revelation” – Rolling Stone

A listening room atmosphere will be inforced

Dreamers of Dreams Tour
Music speaks louder than words to describe a live performance of Wrembel’s band. Beyond genre, beyond technique, Stephane has discovered a new way to express music; taking his listeners on a musical journey into a world of his own.
In his new album, one can hear the echoes of his influences from Django Reinhardt to Pink Floyd. Wrembel harmoniously blends all his mastered techniques into one powerful, impressionist masterpiece that is Dreamers of Dreams.

 

www.stephanewrembel.com


Friday, February 13

8pm $10.00 Cover

The Clif Wallace Quartet Featuring Megan McNeal

ClifWallace2014MarkSheldon-5“Wallace, carving his own beat in the jazz world”. – South Bend Tribune

Featuring:
Clif Wallace-, drums
Brent Griffin, Jr., saxophones
Justin Copeland, trumpet
Christian Dillingham, bass
Justin Dillard, piano
Meagan McNeal, vocals

Currently, Clif Wallace can be seen and heard with his Quartet and Trio, funk fused rock band Cousin Affect, as well as a sideman with other great musicians in Chicago, Illinois, and other surrounding cities in the mid-west as well as venues around the country.

www.clifwallace.wordpress.com


Saturday, February 14

7:30pm $20.00 Cover

The Clif Wallace Quartet Featuring Megan McNeal

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Shows at 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

“Wallace, carving his own beat in the jazz world”. – South Bend Tribune

Featuring:
Clif Wallace-, drums
Brent Griffin, Jr., saxophones
Justin Copeland, trumpet
Christian Dillingham, bass
Justin Dillard, piano
Meagan McNeal, vocals

Currently, Clif Wallace can be seen and heard with his Quartet and Trio, funk fused rock band Cousin Affect, as well as a sideman with other great musicians in Chicago, Illinois, and other surrounding cities in the mid-west as well as venues around the country.

www.clifwallace.wordpress.com


Sunday, February 15

12pm Free Admittance

Jarrod Champion

JCBJarrod Champion is a singer, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan. Jarrod is the son of Denise and Barry Champion who were both trained pianists. Taking a note from his parents, Jarrod picked up a guitar at the age of 12 and, after writing and performing for a few years, would eventually turn to the piano himself at the age of 18. Since that time Jarrod has continued to write, perform and record.


During his performances you will hear a wide variety of music transformed into the “piano-man” style.  While Jarrod does touch on some standards you will hear anything from Louis Armstrong to David Bowie, making for a eclectic and unique setting.

http://jarrodchampion.com/


Sunday, February 15

6pm $10.00 Cover

Occidental Gypsy

OCG_022314_131“A Whirling dervish of sound rooted in the Hot Club of France, this quartet plays a stunning mix of traditional gypsy guitars and violin with breathtaking originals.” – WCUW 91.3 FM

Featuring:
Eli Bishop – violin
Jeff Feldman- bass,
Jeremy Frantz – vocals & guitar
Erick Cifuentes – percussion
Brett Feldman – lead guitar

Nationally recognized Occidental Gypsy plays a dynamic, multi-genre mix of original vocal and instrumental pieces and with many notable covers like a “gypsyfied” take on Michael Jackson’s Thriller. The Boston Globe has named them a “Best Bet for Weekend Entertainment,” and musician David Bromberg said of the group, “great singing, fantastic guitar and violin work, with high energy originals that leave the crowd crazy. An awesome band.”

Occidental Gypsy is pioneering the sound of world Gypsy music. Their mélange of uptempo, high-energy rhythms of gypsy swing, melded with catchy melodic hooks and the complex structures of jazz, delivers a thrilling auditory experience to listeners.

http://www.occidentalgypsyband.com/


Monday, February 16

Closed


Tuesday, February 17

8pm Free Admittance

The Marcus Elliot Quartet

MQ2Featuring:
Marcus Elliot, saxophone
Ben Rolston, bass
Steven Boegehold, drums
Michael Malis, piano

Marcus Elliot is a saxophonist/composer/educator of the Metro-Detroit area who is quickly gaining recognition for his imaginative improvising, and fervently thoughtful voice on the saxophone. Marcus has been playing professionally in the Detroit Jazz scene where he is studying, practicing and composing the music you will hear every Tuesday night.

http://www.marcuselliotmusic.com/


Wednesday, February 18

8pm Free Admittance

The Glenn Tucker Organ Trio

GTOT

“A quadruple threat as a pianist, organist, composer and arranger, Glenn Tucker packs an extensive knowledge and conventional wisdom of the jazz tradition with a warm and remarkable personal touch and flare.” -Andrew Bishop

Detroit-based, Ann Arbor-bred musician Glenn Tucker occupies a unique place in the organ jazz world in that he is trained both as a jazz pianist and a classical pipe organist. Glenn brings a broad musical vision to his efforts to expand the possibilities of the Hammond organ and the organ trio format. His mentors include Geri Allen, Claude Black, and Tad Weed. Glenn seeks both to celebrate and contribute to Detroit’s rich musical tapestry. In this weekly residency, he is joined by veteran Detroit masters, (1st Wednesdays) innovative local composers, (2nd Wednesdays) and a rotating cast of young talent performing original music (other weeks).

http://glenntucker.bandcamp.com/


Thursday, February 19

8pm $25/$40 Cover

Joey DeFrancesco

JoeyDGOODA listening room atmosphere will be enforced
Purchase Tickets HERE

$25 (general seating) /$40 (premium seating)

“(Joey)…was playing with the intensity of a runaway train”
-Peter Hum of the Ottawa Citizen

Joey DeFrancesco’s emergence in the 1980s marked the onset of a musical renaissance. Organ jazz had been a form of music that literally went into hibernation from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties largely because of the introduction of high-tech, light-weight keyboards. It was Joey, however, that ignited the flame once again with the sound of his vintage Hammond organ and Leslie tone cabinet. He not only illuminated this once dormant music form but brought back the many proponents of jazz organ who had been shuffled by record producers and club owners to lesser roles within the music industry. Befriending and supporting those who preceded him, Joey became the new-age proponent of an instrument that had been pushed aside in favor of the growing technology.
Considered a child prodigy, Joey remembers as far back as age four, playing jazz tunes modeled by his father, Papa John DeFrancesco and memorizing music from the many jazz albums in their home. Papa John, a jazz organist himself, took young Joey under his wing and nurtured his rapidly developing skills, bringing Joey along with him to gigs, Joey would sit-in with as many seasoned Philadelphia musicians who were around. Legendary players like tenor saxophonist, Hank Mobley, or drummer, Philly Joe Jones, would soon become aware of young Joey DeFrancesco and acknowledge his enthusiasm. Joey’s grandfather and namesake, Joseph DeFrancesco, was the patriarch and, himself, a musician’s musician; able to pick up a new instrument and teach himself to play. This gift was passed down to young Joey and now manifests itself in Joey’s extraordinary keyboard skills; piano playing; and organ wizardry – not to mention his undeniable mastery of the trumpet.

http://www.joeydefrancesco.com/


Friday, February 20

9pm $10.00 Cover

The Corey Henry Organ Trio

CoreyCory Henry is a multi-instrumentalist and producer with a catalog worthy of a man twice his age. His primary instrument is the organ, and he began playing at the age of two. At the age of six he competed at the Apollo Theater and made it to the finalist round. In 2010 he co-produced Jay White’s Larger than Life. Later that year he released his first album Christmas With You, which featured his lively renditions of Christmas classics and prominently showcased his skill as an improvisor. Kim Burrell’s Grammy nominated and Stellar Award winning Love album released in 2011 boasted several tracks that were written and produced by Henry. That year he wrote for and produced much of Krishnar Lewis’ One Lover’s Trilogy album and released his first, “Leave you alone”.

Henry is primarily known for harmonically rich organ playing that owes a greater debt to the virtuosic unpredictability of Tatum and Peterson than it does to Jimmy Smith and other members of the Hammond organ pantheon. In his best moments he seems to capture the breadth of the Jazz and Gospel idioms and produce something altogether new through his unique blending of the two genres. Although he possesses a great deal of technique, in his solos he regularly subordinates it to a narrative arch and exhibits a maturity that surpasses his years. Unlike many virtuosos he is a great accompanist, and perhaps this is why he excels also as a producer and sideman.


Saturday, February 21

6pm Free Admittance

The Taylor Pierson Trio

Join us for dinner music every Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with the homegrown piano trio.


Saturday, February 21

9:30pm $10.00 Cover

The RJ Spangler Organ Group

RJnew“There is not a lot of flash, but it is solid blue-collar funk. Spangler and company show that the Motor City can hang with Philly when it comes to the B-3 genre.”
-Steve Bryant

Featuring:
Ralph Tope, guitar
RJ Spangler, drums
Akunda Hollis, congas
wsg guest Detroit sax master Larry Smith

Detroit drummer/producer/manager RJ Spangler is a journeyman musician who has done much to resurrect the careers of some forgotten blues artists. A versatile performer, Spangler has performed with such luminaries as Martha & the Vandellas, James Carter, Big Jay McNeely, and many others. Introduced to jazz and blues by his uncle, drummer Bud Spangler, who played with Detroit jazz legends the Tribe, R.J. grew up listening to the greats of the music. By the early ’80s Spangler had formed his own jazz band, the Sun Messengers, who earned a Motor City Music Award in 1982. Although he spent most of his teens and twenties focusing on jazz, Spangler never forgot about the blues, and after seeing guitarist Johnnie Bassett perform at the Montreux-Detroit International Jazz Festival in the early ’90s, Spangler asked Bassett to join his band. Bassett had fallen into obscurity since the time he was a successful session man in the ’50s and ’60s, but with Spangler’s help Bassett’s career got back on track and culminated in a successful tour of Europe. Since then Spangler has helped other blues artists resurrect their careers, including vocalists Alberta Adams, Joe Weaver, Odessa Harris, and others. In 2009, Spangler released You Know I Can’t Refuse: The Bill Heid Sessions, featuring pianist/vocalist Bill Heid.

www.rjspangler.com


Sunday, February 22

12pm Free Admittance

Jarrod Champion

JCB

 

Jarrod Champion is a singer, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan. Jarrod is the son of Denise and Barry Champion who were both trained pianists. Taking a note from his parents, Jarrod picked up a guitar at the age of 12 and, after writing and performing for a few years, would eventually turn to the piano himself at the age of 18. Since that time Jarrod has continued to write, perform and record.


During his performances you will hear a wide variety of music transformed into the “piano-man” style.  While Jarrod does touch on some standards you will hear anything from Louis Armstrong to David Bowie, making for a eclectic and unique setting.

http://jarrodchampion.com/


Sunday, February 22

6pm Free Admittance

WSU Student Jam with Chris Collins

Wayne_State_University_20130627055136_320_240Wayne State University’s long history of producing world class musicians is one of the great attributes for the City of Detroit. Hosted by Professor Chris Collins, the WSU Director of Jazz Studies, the WSU open jam starts out with a rotating blend of professors performing a energetic set of “hard bop” with their students. As the night moves on, the impressively capable students take over to lead the open jam session. Instrumentalists and vocalists are welcome to sit in.

Featuring:
Jacob Schwant, guitar
Vincent Evangelista, drums
Sam Harris, bass

 


Monday, February 23

Closed


Tuesday, February 24

8pm Free Admittance

The Marcus Elliot Quartet

MQ2Featuring:
Marcus Elliot, saxophone
Ben Rolston, bass
Steven Boegehold, drums
Michael Malis, piano

Marcus Elliot is a saxophonist/composer/educator of the Metro-Detroit area who is quickly gaining recognition for his imaginative improvising, and fervently thoughtful voice on the saxophone. Marcus has been playing professionally in the Detroit Jazz scene where he is studying, practicing and composing the music you will hear every Tuesday night.

http://www.marcuselliotmusic.com/


Wednesday, February 25

8pm Free Admittance

The Glenn Tucker Organ Trio

GTOT“A quadruple threat as a pianist, organist, composer and arranger, Glenn Tucker packs an extensive knowledge and conventional wisdom of the jazz tradition with a warm and remarkable personal touch and flare.” -Andrew Bishop

Detroit-based, Ann Arbor-bred musician Glenn Tucker occupies a unique place in the organ jazz world in that he is trained both as a jazz pianist and a classical pipe organist. Glenn brings a broad musical vision to his efforts to expand the possibilities of the Hammond organ and the organ trio format. His mentors include Geri Allen, Claude Black, and Tad Weed. Glenn seeks both to celebrate and contribute to Detroit’s rich musical tapestry. In this weekly residency, he is joined by veteran Detroit masters, (1st Wednesdays) innovative local composers, (2nd Wednesdays) and a rotating cast of young talent performing original music (other weeks).

http://glenntucker.bandcamp.com/


Thursday, February 26

6:30pm $10.00 cover

The Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra

scott-gwinnellScott Gwinnell is one of the most active freelance musicians in Detroit and Midwest. Gwinnell, a pianist, composer, and educator has performed, recorded, and/or toured with: Joe Lovano, Dave Liebman, Jimmy Heath, Delfayo Marsalis, John Clayton, and Jon Hendricks, for whom he was music director for 3 years. He has played on 20+ records as a sideman.

Gwinnell directs an award-winning, internationally renowned 18 piece jazz band, The Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra . made up of Detroit’s best jazz musicians, has recorded CDs, played festivals, and clubs all over SE Michigan. Members of the group compose and arrange works for this ensemble making it one of the most diverse of its kind.


Friday, February 27

9pm $10.00 Cover

The Dirty Bourbon River Show

dbrs_album_coverIn August of 2008 frontman and multi-instrumentalist Noah Adams drifted into New Orleans and quickly found himself enchanted with its wild and authentic, booming musical styles.
Dane “Bootsy” Schindler After recruiting New Orleans native drummer Dane “Bootsy” Schindler, they formed what would later become the Dirty Bourbon River Show, playing their first show at the end of the year under the moniker “Buck Johnson and the Hootenanny Kid.”
After picking up ringleader/vocalist Charles “Big Charlie” Skinner and multi-instrumentalist Wayne Mitchell, the Dirty Bourbon River Show began to grow into an interactive multi-genre variety hour-style band. Drawing from a rich diversity of musical backgrounds, they began in American roots music and branched out into folk, rock, blues, jazz, latin, gypsy, circus, and traditional New Orleans styles.

dirtybourbonrivershow.com/


Saturday, February 28

6pm

The Taylor Pierson Trio

Join us for dinner music every Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with this homegrown piano trio.


Saturday, February 28

9:30pm $10.00 Cover

The Dirty Bourbon River Show

dbrs_album_coverIn August of 2008 frontman and multi-instrumentalist Noah Adams drifted into New Orleans and quickly found himself enchanted with its wild and authentic, booming musical styles.
Dane “Bootsy” Schindler After recruiting New Orleans native drummer Dane “Bootsy” Schindler, they formed what would later become the Dirty Bourbon River Show, playing their first show at the end of the year under the moniker “Buck Johnson and the Hootenanny Kid.”
After picking up ringleader/vocalist Charles “Big Charlie” Skinner and multi-instrumentalist Wayne Mitchell, the Dirty Bourbon River Show began to grow into an interactive multi-genre variety hour-style band. Drawing from a rich diversity of musical backgrounds, they began in American roots music and branched out into folk, rock, blues, jazz, latin, gypsy, circus, and traditional New Orleans styles.

dirtybourbonrivershow.com/


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