Come celebrate Charlie Parker and enjoy our amazing brunch. Millie Edwards is joined by 3 time grammy winner Tivon Pennicott, and joined on piano is Sullivan Fortner. Do not miss out on your chance to see these amazing musicians!
Its that time again to celebrate the great Charlie Parker. Joining Lonnie on piano is the great Sullivan Fortner. This is a “can not miss event” that happens once a year! See you there!
Hoodoo Review is compromised of a veteran group of musicians. Starting with Sweet Sue Stubbs on vocals,Danny Davidson on guitar & vocals Jimmy Taz Tasoulas on harp & vocals,Rick Castelo on drums & John Duling on bass. Hoodoo Review is kind of like KC BBQ, Spicy, Gritty, and sometimes Sweet.
The Black Mariah Theater is made up of twin sisters Analiese (on drums) and Sophia (on guitar/vocals). Mixing jazzy guitar tones and vocals with funky drums beats, they play a variety of original songs, arrangements and standards.
Candice Hill band is a group of musicians that play a fun variety of jazz standards, reggee, caribbean and original compositions
Ben provides a highly entertaining performance with a rich soundscape of main stream jazz and blues, in addition to just enough funky jazz to keep your foot happy.
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Fred Wickham is best known for his work with Hadacol, the popular Kansas City based quartet who released two critically acclaimed records and gained a national reputation for their ferocious live performances across the country, including appearances at Mountain Stage, SXSW, and the Winnipeg Folk Festival. Wickham’s title track to the second album was prominently featured in Steven Spielberg’s Emmy Award mini-series Taken and other Wickham penned tunes were featured in Spin Magazine, ESPN’s X-Games and the Miramax feature film Takedown. Wickham’s first solo record will be released on September 26 and tour dates in support of the record will feature The Hadacol Caravan, an all-star lineup of Kansas City’s best musicians: Richard Burgess-Upright and Electric Bass Sam Platt-Drums Marco Pascolini-Pedal steel and electric guitar Fred Wickham Jr.-Mandolin and guitar