Columbus Jazz fans, this is a big weekend with tons of great live jazz music in store. As always, please check out our Jazz Calendar for the latest events during the week. Forget about the holiday shopping, give the gift of live jazz music to your friends and loved ones.
This Saturday at Dick’s Den from 10 – 2 Matt Adams – saxophones Brett Burleson – guitar Matt Paetsch – bass Maxwell Button drums and cymbals 77.6% of these tunes you’ve never heard before. It’s the last Saturday before Christmas (when you’ll be broke) Come on out. Enjoy the tunes,
There’s a new night for jazz, and it starts early every Wednesday (9p.m.-1) at Dick’s Den. This week Christian Howes will be welcoming Bobby Floyd and Reggie Jackson. Christian is a world renowned jazz violinist and composer, having performed and/or recorded with include Greg Osby, Randy Brecker, James Carter, Jack
Source: Jazz Arts Group The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) has awarded a $200,000 grant to the Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG) to create a national model for building jazz and music audiences, entitled the Jazz Audiences Initiative. The 21-month project, which spans November 1, 2009 through July 31,
This Tuesday December 15th, we’re having a holiday party at Park Street Tavern and we hope you can join us. It’ll be a great night – we start at 8:30. Pete, Andy and I (Erik Augis) are welcoming special guests Jim Rupp, Randy Mather, Bryan Olsheski, and others for our
‘Floyd’s Finest Gift’ Holiday Promotion (equally benefiting the Mid-Ohio Foodbank and Triedstone Hope Outreach Center) continues this week at The Lobby Lounge!! Bobby Floyd returns for the remainder of December to lead ‘The Trio’ (Derek DiCenzo, guitar; Reggie Jackson, drums) and provide the best in blues-inspired jazz as well as
Event Name: Joel Harrison at Dick’s Den Who: Joel Harrison Date: 2007-10-13 Start Time: 10:00PM End Time: 1:00AM Location: Dick’s Den Price: ? Additional Info: The guitarist and his pals play Dick’s Oct 13 (Saturday) Expect new directions in fusion, including “modal labyrinths that unfold outward,” sometimes into “sinister places.”