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- Thu, Dec 12 8:00pm (Kathleen Grace) Check Availability $7.50
- Sat, Dec 14 8:00pm (Jennifer Leitham Trio) Check Availability $7.50
- Tue, Dec 17 8:00pm (The Cabarabia Spotlight) Check Availability $7.50
- Thu, Dec 26 8:00pm (Peggie Perkins) Check Availability $7.50
- Fri, Dec 27 8:00pm (Midnight Jazz Band) Check Availability $7.50
- Sat, Dec 28 8:00pm (Bob Sheppard Group) Check Availability $7.50
Reviews & Ratings
December 1, 2013: Katie Thiroux Duo With Sam Hirsh
Katie Thiroux, from Los Angeles, is a bassist and vocalist of outstanding talent and determination. She's performed with the likes of Dr. Billy Taylor, Terri Lyne Carrington and Hubert Laws and at jazz festivals in the United States, Mexico, Germany, Finland and Singapore. Thiroux is excited to release her debut album in early 2014. Sam Hirsh is a jazz pianist from Portland, Oregon who began working professionally at the age of 15.
December 2, 2013: The Wee Trio Live at the Bistro CD Release Party
Drummer Jared Schonig, vibe player James Westfall and bassist Dan Loomis burst onto the scene with Capitol Diner Vol. 1, winning huge international acclaim and being picked for the Top Ten CDs of ’08 by The San Francisco Chronicle, Boston’s Patriot Ledger and All About Jazz. With a coast-to-coast tour in 2012 the trio unveiled their most intriguing project to date: a marriage of their distinct sound to the music of the iconic David Bowie. Their current project, a record of new and classic material recorded live at the Bistro, was released in September 2013.
December 3, 2013: Gina Kronstadt Un-Dressed
A veteran studio and concert performer, the Los Angeles based singer and songwriter boasts an impressive resume performing on film soundtracks, television commercials, scores, and backing up a multitude of artists including Stevie Wonder, Chris Botti and Michael Buble. Kronstadt’s skill sets are as an in-demand violinist and a vocalist, but Come Over emphasizes her singing talents as she wrote, composed, arranged, and produced the whole affair.
December 4, 2013: Amber Ojeda
Amber Ojeda is vintage with a modern flair. Known best for her sultry and subtle vibrato, it’s her ability to lace together jazz, new soul, pop and hip hop that helped make her mark on the digital world of music. Equal parts talent and ambition, Ojeda has managed to secure music placements on networks such as ABC, Bravo, VH1, MTV, Oxygen & The Style Network. In 2011 she landed a coveted spot on Bravo’s emerging singer songwriter competition series Platinum Hit. Her sophomore album Space.Bar.Love. was released in January of 2012.
December 6, 2013: Lyn Stanley -- Lost in Romance
A former ballroom dance champion, Lyn Stanley made her stage debut in 2011, accompanied by pianist/arranger Paul Smith and was accepted into a singer training program at Yale University, where she studied with a stellar array of some of the music world’s best known performers. In 2013, Lyn released her debut album, Lost in Romance, working with four different rhythm section trios, and arrangements by Tamir Hendelman, Steve Rawlins and Llew Matthews. Since its release, the disc has received critical acclaim and international and national airplay.
December 9, 2013: Standing Room Only Variety Hour
Hosted by Broadway’s favorite beltress, Kate Pazakis, and star of Broadway, film, and television, Michael-Leon Wooley, this is a cabaret night like nothing Los Angeles has ever seen. Featuring singers from Broadway, TV, and film each month Standing Room Only Variety Hour will tear the roof off of Upstairs at Vitello’s. Watch Kate and Michael-Leon host a night of amazing talent at this must-see live music event.
December 12, 2013: Kathleen Grace Duos
With Josh Nelson on piano and Tim Young on guitar.
December 14, 2013: Jennifer Leitham Trio
Her story is compelling. Her journey has been most unconventional. She is considered by many to be be one of the finest jazz bassists in the world. She began life in as John Leitham. In her professional life, she had played with numerous big names, including Woody Herman, George Shearing, Bob Cooper, Benny Carter, Bill Watrous and Peggy Lee. She was Mel Torme’s bassist for ten years. For most of that time, she was also a bandleader and studio musician, playing on over one hundred recordings, including five discs under her own name. But all that while, she was struggling to deal with and keep secret her gender identity. Finally, she transitioned publicly to her true self in 2001 while touring with Doc Severinsen.
December 17, 2013: The Cabarabia Spotligtht -- At The Corner Of Jazz And Cabaret
December 26, 2013: Peggie Perkins & The Llew Matthews Quartet
Vocalist Peggie Perkins with the Llew Matthews Quartet featuring tenor saxophonist Rickey Woodard, bassist John B. Williams and drummer Jimmy Ford.
December 27, 2013: Midnight Jazz Band Reunion Concert
Chuck Berghofer -- bass, Gary Foster -- sax, Tom Ranier -- piano, Peter Erskine -- drums.
December 27, 2013: Bob Sheppard Group
Schedule current at time of publication, but is subject to change without notice.