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Friday, May 6th

Dave McMahon & Friends – Kroger (Stoneridge Plaza, Gahanna) – 5pm
Dave Powers – Solo Piano – Hyde Park (Arlington) – 6:30pm
Andrew Waters – Vittoria Ristorante (Powell) – 7pm
Dave DeWitt TRio – Black Point – 7:30pm
Phil DeGreg Trio – Bungalow Jazz – 7:30pm
Tim Cummiskey Duo – Notes – 7:30pm
Steve Lehman Octet – Wexner Center – 8pm
The New Mastersounds & Moon Hooch – Park Street Saloon – 9pm
Safety Squad – Brothers Drake – 9pm
Bob Niederriter Quartet – Dick’s Den – 10pm Read More →

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JazzColumbus Weekly – May 5, 2016

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Sunday, May 8th, is Mother’s Day, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate the mothers in your life with jazz. There are a total of five brunch options, including dependable weekly gigs from the Erik Augis Trio at 3rd and Hollywood in Grandview and Birdshack at The Crest at Clintonville, both running from 11:30am […]

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Snarky Puppy at Park Street Saloon May 11

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Grammy-winning modern funk and jazz juggernaut Snarky Puppy grace Columbus once again at the Park Street Saloon on Wednesday, May 11 at 8:00pm (tickets here). Fresh off the guest-laden carnival of Family Dinner Vol. 2, the large band has regrouped with the darker, grittier Culcha Vulcha just out last week. Charlie Hunter, shining star of avant-funk guitar (whose last record, which […]

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New Mastersounds and Moon Hooch at Park Street Saloon

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This Friday, May 6th, at 9pm, Park Street Saloon will host an epic double bill: The New Mastersounds and Moon Hooch (tickets available here). While they reside on (and beyond) different points of the jazz spectrum, the combination of these two touring forces of nature should please most fans of live jazz. Founded in Leeds, […]

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Live Jazz in Columbus, Weekend of April 29, 2016

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Friday, April 29th Dave McMahon & Friends – Kroger (Stoneridge Plaza, Gahanna) – 5pm Dave Powers – Solo Piano – Hyde Park (Arlington) – 6:30pm Andrew Waters – Vittoria Ristorante (Powell) – 7pm Dave DeWitt TRio – Black Point – 7:30pm Jeff McCargish Duo – Notes – 7:30pm Janeen Holmes & Soul Derivative – Denovo […]

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JazzColumbus Weekly – April 28, 2016

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I had a brief but power-packed Jazz Night Out when I saw the first set of the Robert Dove 4tet’s show at Dick’s Den on Monday the 25th. Now based in San Diego, Columbus native and Columbus Youth Jazz Orchestra alum Dove was in town for the CYJO’s 25th Anniversary show on Saturday, and was […]

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Steve Lehman Octet at Wexner Center for the Arts May 6

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Saxophonist and composer Steve Lehman‘s justly-acclaimed octet returns to Columbus for the first time since 2010 for a show at the Wexner Center on Friday, May 6th, at 8pm (tickets available here). Lehman’s worked with many hallowed guests of the Wexner Center including Rudresh Mahanthappa and Vijay Iyer. With the latter and the drummer Lehman’s bringing […]

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Live Jazz in Columbus, Weekend of April 22, 2016

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Friday, April 22nd Dave McMahon & Friends – Kroger (Stoneridge Plaza, Gahanna) – 5pm Dave Powers – Solo Piano – Hyde Park (Arlington) – 6:30pm Andrew Waters – Vittoria Ristorante (Powell) – 7pm “Paint The Melody” with J. Cam & Friends – William H Thomas Gallery, 1270 Bryden Rd – 7pm Richard Lopez Trio – […]

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JazzColumbus Weekly – April 21, 2016

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After a wait nearing two years at this point, Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead finally hits local screens this weekend. Filmed in Cincinnati, the movie’s producers chose regional musicians to portray many of the musicians in the movie, including roles for Columbus saxophonists Terrance Farmer (John Coltrane) and Shawn “Thunder” Wallace (Cannonball Adderley). […]

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