Guitarist, vocalist, and jazz historian Marty Grosz recorded his first date in 1950 with Dick Wellstood on piano and veteran NOLA bassist, Pops Foster. Since then, he's made dozens of recordings. A virtuoso of the acoustic archtop guitar with a vocal style in the Fats Waller mold, his music and performing are time capsules of the 1920s–'30s. Marty has had guest spots on Prairie Home Companion, Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and the Today Show, and his terrific autobiography full of Who's Who dates and places is coming out in March. Come say hello and have some cake.
Besides her regular hits with Swingadelic and Klez Dispensers, Audrey’s fiery playing on saxophone, clarinet, and flute sparks numerous small groups, big bands, and urban gospel groups. She joins “especially fluid clarinet” (Wall Street Journal) to “inspired,” “muscular,” “gloriously pure-toned” sax playing for a night of straight-out, straight-ahead blowing