Top on the list of Outdoor Jazz opportunities this week is The 8th Annual Columbus Food Truck Festival on the Scioto Mile Downtown. This family-friendly free event boasts 60+ food trucks and trailers, arts and crafts, plus two full days of music on two stages. The music schedule for Friday,
Another bustling lineup of Outdoor Jazz awaits! The Local ‘n Live series held at the Campus Gateway Beer Garden (outside World of Beer) continues to highlight great jazz acts among its other shows with a performance by the Danny Bauer Trio on Friday, August 10th at 6pm. Also Friday, the
Before roundups of Outdoor Jazz and your strong indoor and outdoor 4th of July jazz options plus the return of Kelly Delaveris, there is news of a new Columbus jazz jam session getting started in July! Saxophonist Korey Black and The Brewtet, with Will Ash on drums, Julian Dittmer on
Happy Holidays! Before I get into a live review and a roundup of your plentiful jazz options for the holiday week, I want to honor my favorite local jazz albums of the year. 2017 was another strong year for recorded jazz by some of the area’s finest musicians. My personal
My Dad and I had a fantastic Jazz Night Out when we saw the Joshua Breakstone Trio play Natalie’s on Tuesday the 15th. Joined by Roger Hines on bass and Reggie Jackson on drums, the veteran guitarist and New Jersey native led the band in one long set that was
Before details on anniversaries and traditions in the local jazz scene this week (don’t forget about the milestone at Natalie’s!), I want to share thoughts on a wonderful Jazz Night Out I had on Friday, July 28th, including seeing Team Players and Liver Quiver for a happy hour show at
Before a live review and holiday weekend previews, there are updates for the week ahead. Internationally-known violinist Christian Howes’ Creative Strings Festival returns for its 15th annual installment next week. The Creative Strings Workshop (CSW) will unite over 100 string players for workshops and performances from July 2nd through 7th.
Columbus jazz-pop ensemble The Liz Woolley Band is releasing its long-awaited new album Something I Can Feel this week. The band is throwing an Album Release Show in their debut at Bungalow Jazz on Friday, April 14th, from 7 to 9pm. Suggested donation for admission is $10. Performing under this