While illness forced the original June host to cancel, a recent rescheduling has resulted in a great June slate of the Dick’s Den Wednesday Residency program courtesy of new host and guitarist Brett Burleson (photo by Phil Hoffman). While a previous commitment means that Burleson will be absent for the
The April installment of the Dick’s Den Wednesday Residency program presents a weekly lineup of Columbus (and Dick’s) jazz favorites led by drummer Maxwell Button. Music will start each Wednesday around 9:30pm, and cover is $5. Keep reading for Button’s thoughts on what Dick’s represents to him and insights into
The June calendar brings another great jazz-focused installment of the Wednesday night Dick’s Den residency, this time courtesy of saxophonist Alex Burgoyne. Each show starts around 10pm and cover is $5. Burgoyne has scheduled an exciting month of shows with many of his frequent (and new) collaborators, and was kind
“Inspirational Soul Queen” Dr. E is back with a new album! Songs for the Struggle is an autobiographical full length concept album “inspired by her life story of a sex trafficked teenager and young adult entrapped in abuse to earning her PhD and becoming a university professor.” The soul songstress,
In-demand saxophonist Matt Adams takes the reins of the Dick’s Den Wednesday Residency program for the second month of the year. As with many of the installments, Adams is seizing the moment and presenting a variety of his favorite bands, styles, and players over his four shows. Adams was kind
The Dick’s Den Wednesday Residency Program rolls into 2017 with a January program led by percussionist, educator, and publisher (and much more) Dr. Cary Dachtyl. Along with a rundown of each week’s show, Dachtyl was kind enough to provide a summary of his background, so keep reading to learn more.