Brad Myers has spent his life in the pursuit of making music that is tasteful and driven by a deep connection to the soul, regardless of stylish trends or prognosis for financial success.
A student of music and skilled performer, Matt Savage's talented background in jazz has led to various late night appearances on shows such as Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Late Show with D...
Born in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts wielding a Shure SM58 in her hand and red patent leather heels, Lexi Weege has been creating music her entire life, flirting with just about every singer...
Karina's original compositions and arrangements are characterized by a diversity of rhythms and styles, combining the roots of various Latin/South American and world music with fusion and jazz.
Daisy Chute is a singer, songwriter, orchestrator and arranger. As a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, piano, ukulele, banjo, harmonium) she performs her own material solo and with various bands including three and me. She is also a founder member of vocal quartet All Angels who have released three successful platinum-selling albums with Universal, two of which were nominated for Classical Brit Album of the Year.
Terrianne is a 20 year old singer songwriter from Derby. She would describe her original music as pop with strong soulful vocals. She writes with elements of R&B and funk. Terrianne is working on her debut EP but at the moment is more focused on performing her original material in and around London.
With influences ranging from jazz, funk, blues and rock and roll, Hambone Relay redefines the modern organ trio with their own brand of high-energy live music. “Hambone Relay, a great Philly soul-jazz-funk organ trio who blew me away.” - Mike Greenblatt, Aquarian Weekly
Contemporary Jazz with an emphasis on rhythmic drive, incorporating elements of Latin rhythms. Fresh music that awakens freedom for the musician and the audience.
The Way Station bar and music venue features a range of musical styles including Americana, Folk, N'awlins jazz, Blues, R&B, Soul, Indie Rock, Latin, Country, Bluegrass, Alt-Indian and more. Serving up live music five nights a week with 3-4 bands a night, this averages out to 80 local, national and international acts per month.
The Pheasantry is a historic Georgian building originally used to raise pheasants for the royal household. It's had many distinguished residents including Australian artist Martin Sharp, Augustus John and Annigoni.
In May 1977 three artists stumbled across a tiny storefront in the heart of Greenwich Village and thought it the perfect place to open a café. Cornelia Street now offers some 700 shows a year, two a night, ranging from science to songwriting, from Russian poetry to Latin jazz, from theatre to cabaret.
The 606 Club has existed as a Jazz Club Restaurant for more than 30 years, being run by musician Steve Rubie since 1976. Originally a small 30 seater basement venue at 606 Kings Road, it built up a solid reputation through the 70’s and 80’s amongst musicians and audiences as the Jazz hang-out. The popularity of the Club amongst musicians led to the policy of only booking British based musicians in order to support the local scene, which has continued unchanged to this day.
Roulette Intermedium occupies a unique position in New York City’s cultural landscape as one of the most creative and prolific centers for experimental art in the United States