Held over for a second week! The golden horn of Warren Vaché quietly and beautifully fills the room, drawing on all the styles of music from Louis Armstrong to Roy Eldridge to produce his “dazzling cornet explosion” (New York Times).
With Phil Orr (piano), Joe Plowman (bass), and Sean Dixon (drums)
Nine-time DownBeat award winning vocalist/pianist Tim Brent leads his trio through American songbook tunes, pop classics, and highlights from his debut release, “On the Sunny Side.” Dr. Brent has performed and/or recorded with such names as Bobby McFerrin, Mel Torme, and Ingrid Jensen, and is visiting assistant professor of popular music studies at Westminster College of the Arts. timbrent.com
Tim Brent (vocals & piano), Matt Parrish 1/31, Steve Beskrone 2/7 (bass), Butch Reed (drums)
Award-winning vocalist and international voice expert Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin sings for the Lovestruck, the Lovelorn, and the Contented In-between. Reservations highly recommended
With Phil Orr (piano), Art Stephano (bass), and Maiko Uchida (drums)
Danny Tobias delivers his assured, lyrical playing with wry humor to Birdland, The Players Club, Mezzrow, Lincoln Center Atrium, Ear Inn, and now, the Hopewell Valley Bistro. Pianist Steve Kramer’s nimble playing has led him, Broadway to Hollywood to the White House, to work with the Artie Shaw Band, Mel Tormé, Janis Siegal and many others.
With Joe Plowman (bass) and Jim Lawlor (drums)
A 2017 graduate of New England Conservatory, Princeton native/Brooklyn-based Jon Elbaz transfixes you with his craft, soul, and imagination at the piano. Headlining weekly at NY’s Smalls and 'sideman-ing' at Dizzy’s, Smoke, Fat Cat and elsewhere, he recalls the great jazz pianists of the past with affection, swing, poignancy, and virtuosic control through a repertoire of more than 800 songs
Rio-born composer-singer-pianist Luiz Simas (Birdland, Bargemusic, Weill Hall) and São Paulo guitarist-ukulelist-composer-arranger Wesley Amorim (Jesus Christ Superstar, The Lion King [Brazil]) present an evening of infectious originals and beloved Brazilian standards by Jobim, Caetano Veloso and others.
Pianist Steve Kramer returns to Jazz On Broad leading his own quartet. Steve's nimble playing has led him, Broadway to Hollywood to the White House, to work with the Artie Shaw Band, Mel Tormé, Janis Siegal, Clark Terry, Richie Cole, and many others.
With Liam Sutcliffe (trumpet), Jerry D’Anna (bass), and Gabriel Bar-Cohen (drums)