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Genre: Jazz | Blues | Folk| Soul
Featuring: Gaby Moreno - Vocals & Lead Guitar
David Garza - Guitar & Piano
Kimon Kirk - Bass | Sebastian Aymanns - Drums
Synopsis: Singer-songwriter, producer and guitarist, Gaby Moreno's original blend of jazz, blues and 1960s rock & soul has earned her the respect and appreciation of audiences in the US, Latin America, Europe and Australia.
In 2006 Gaby won the Grand Prize at the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and a Latin Grammy for Best New Artist in 2013. This was followed by a US Grammy nomination in 2017 for Best Latin Pop Album for "Illusion", and a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album in 2020 for her album "Spangled", in collaboration with American musician & songwriter, Van Dyke Parks. She has also co-written the theme song for NBC's hit television show "Parks and Recreation".
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Featuring: Stephane Wrembel - Guitar | Thor Jensen - Guitar | Ari Folman-Cohen - Bass | Nick Anderson - Drums
Synopsis: Stephane Wrembel is quite simply one of the finest guitar players in the world. The breadth and range of his playing and compositions are unmatched. This prolific musician from France has truly made his mark as one of the most original guitar voices in contemporary music In fact, the Gitane guitar company has even named a model after him!
Wrembel specializes in the Django Reinhardt style. Since 2001, he has released over a dozen albums including a series of recordings in tribute to Reinhardt under the nom de plume, 'The Django Experiment'. He is best known for his Grammy Award-winning composition "Bistro Fada" from the Academy Award-winning Woody Allen movie 'Midnight in Paris'.
Entry: $20 per person
Featuring: Trumpet - Jeff Lofton | Piano - Donald Collins | Bass - Josh Lowe | Drums - Jason Mckenzie
Synopsis: Jazz trumpeter and composer, Jeff Lofton, is a Grammy member and two-time SXSW Austin Music Awards winner. His creativity, musical integrity and talent haves been well-received in both his 1950's Miles Davis tribute as well as his original material.
Inducted into the Texas Music Museum, his reputation for professionalism and his approachable sound have made him one of the most sought-after jazz performers in central Texas. In 2009, the City of Austin proclaimed Jan 15th "Jeff Lofton Day."
According to Austin's NPR Station KUTX, "Lofton has a sense of phrasing and musicality that rival those of the Prince of Darkness himself", and his shows have been described as "...crazy good and crazy crowded!".
Entry: $15 per person