Drew and his band take you back in time to the roaring 20's and keep your feet tapping and your fingers snapping. Swing dancers welcome! This Great Gatsby masquerade ball will feature a special menu and drinks from the novel. Come in your best swing dancer outfit!
Brazilian music brings out the poet in the guitarist and vocalist Pizzarelli. Lighting on classic bossa nova, with assistance from the singer Jobim (the grandson of the Brazilian great Antonio Carlos Jobim), Pizzarelli basks in a tropical comfort zone that is as inspiring to him as the work of Sondheim or Ellington. In honor of Frank Sinatra’s centennial, Pizzarelli is also likely to invoke the late-sixties collaborations between Ol’ Blue Eyes and Jobim. ~ The New Yorker
Jazz vocalist from the University of the Arts. With Andrew Pereira on alto saxophone, Zion Fritzinger on guitar, Nathaniel Hawk on keys, Alexandre Delcourt on bass and Colin Killion on drums. It’s gonna be swinging night!
10PM-2AM ~ Students get a $5 table credit when you purchase this ticket online!
"Laelume is a New Orleans-based American band playing original music. The group's ethereal sound and mixed-meter grooves are reminiscent of the near east-meets-balkans, with modern harmonic structure and a modal improvisational style. This music is a coalescence of sonic landscapes, painting pictures of motion upon the eardrums. The band features Ashlae Blume on keys/vocals, Moses Eder on drums, Oliver Watkinson on bass, and Cyrus Nabipoor on trumpet."
DATV’s shows are filled with New Orleans charm, Memphis soul swagger, dark theatrical moments that evoke Kurt Weill, and tender gospel passages. Davina’s voice and stage presence defy category in a different way. Davina has been compared to Etta James, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Billie Holiday and Betty Boop, but comparisons don’t suffice:Sowers is a true original.
As repertory jazz orchestra, The Philly Kroc Jazz Orchestra exists to entertain, enrich and expand the international community of Jazz through performance, education and advocacy. Through the three basic forms of what defines jazz (improvisation, swing, and the blues), we are able to encourage and celebrate our personal freedom through individual expression while maintaining a common ground with others that allows us the opportunity to face any adversity with persistent optimism. We align ourselves with the mission of the Salvation Army and support their efforts to serve needs in the community through our musical endeavors.
Show times: 8PM & 10PM, ~ $10 Students get a $5 table credit when you purchase this ticket online!
Saxophonists Michael Saddekni and Philip Summers bring their unique sounds to the stage with bassist Shane Aaserud, pianist Alex Posmontier, and drummer Gusten Rudolph, playing an eclectic mix of jazz standards and original compositions with SOUL
7PM-10PM ~ $10, Students get a $5 table credit when you purchase this ticket online!
Joey is a two time Grammy Nominee: In 2004 for his record ‘Falling In Love Again’, and, again, in 2010 for his release titled ‘Never Can Say Goodbye’. Winner of Down Beat Magazine’s Critic’s poll 2002-2008, 2012, 2013 as well as the magazines Reader’s Poll every year since 2005. In 2014 he was inducted into the inaugural Hammond Organ Hall of Fame.