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Three siblings went with "Greatest Generation" Dad for an easy evening of food and conversation followed by music. We had a great time on all fronts. Food quite good, martinis good, young server attentive and pleasant...big band music by the...continued
July 28, 2014: An Evening With Winard Harper featuring Lori Williams
Downbeat magazine says, “Winard Harper is one of his generation’s greatest standards bearers. Harper’s goal seems plain and simple – propel the ensemble with a dynamic sense of swing.” Harper’s lifelong jazz apprenticeship has taken him around the world. It includes playing and recording with many greats, including Betty Carter, Johnny Griffin, Dr. Billy Taylor and Dexter Gordon. Lori Williams is the lead vocalist of the Washington-based jazz ensemble – Lori Williams & Friends – and featured vocalist on The Saltman Knowles Group, The Blackbyrds, Allyn Johnson and Divine Order, Sherry Winston and Collaboration CDs.
July 31, 2014: Coniece Washington
Coniece Washington is a nationally recognized jazz vocalist who captivates her audience with her distinctive sultry sweet stylings, comparable to none. Her influences are Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Billie Holiday, Carmen McRae and numerous gospel artists. She’s a trained vocalist and can be seen performing at various venues in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area, including ,Twins Jazz and the Carlyle Club. She’s also performed at the historic Blues Alley.
August 1, 2014: Zydeco Dance Party With Curley Taylor and Zydeco Trouble
Curley Taylor and his band, Zydeco Trouble, hail from the heart of Creole country in Louisiana. Curley’s soulful, bluesy vocals and the band’s hard driving zydeco beat blend to create their unique style of zydeco and blues that keeps audiences dancing. It’s always a party when Zydeco Trouble comes to town. Book now for your festival, concert, club, event or party.
August 6, 2014: The Greg Boyer Peloton
Trombonist Greg Boyer’s resumé includes Prince, Parliament/Funkadelic, Chuck Brown, Maceo Parker, George Duke, Stanley Clarke and more. Broadening the notion of what has been considered a “jazz standard”, his unique twist on the traditional jazz format includes (along with original material) swinging remakes of Steely Dan, Funkadelic, Foreigner, Blondie, and more.
Performers current at time of publication, but subject to change without notice.