Archive for July, 2010

Join us for The Baltimore Music Festival

August 6th & 7th 2010 / Centerstage Theater Downtown Baltimore / 7pm

The Baltimore Music Festival is two nights of Smooth Jazz, R&B, and Comedy. Friday night’s performance will feature international sax player Paul Taylor, along with Drew Davidsen, Marcell & the Truth, Marcus Mitchell Project, Krensa Gray, comedian Larry Lancaster, Terri S, Shang, Isaac Parham. Saturday night features Pamela Williams, Eric Roberson, and a host of other special guest artists to be announced.

Hosted by Trish Hennessey & Myranda Stephens of Fox 45

Get your tickets now $28, $38, $48

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Media Sponsored By Charm City Jazz

Don’t miss National Recording Artist Tracy Hamlin and Guitarist Eric Essix at the Carlyle Club on Saturday, August 7th. Tracy toured the world as lead vocalist for Pieces of a Dream and now Brencore Entertainment and JazzyTour is bringing her back to the DC area.

The Carlyle Club is ideally suited to hold your next special event, whether an intimate gathering of 10-20 people or a grand gala for 250. Decorated in timeless art deco style and located just outside of our nations capitol between two metro stops, The Carlyle Club will assist you in creating memories to last a lifetime.

No other venue in the Washington, D.C. area can rival The Carlyle Club for your most important social occasions. The Carlyle Club will provide a spectacular and unforgettable setting with classic sophistication and meticulous attention to detail.

When: Saturday, August 07, 2010 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT

Where: The Carlyle Club

411 John Carlyle Street

Alexandria Virginia 22314

There is something unique and special about the combination of Wine and Jazz. It is the perfect pairing that takes you to a place of relaxation and enjoyment. Through the magazine, wine club and website, they bring this perfect lifestyle combination to you.

The concept of Wine of Jazz began with the goal of enhancing the Temecula Wine and Jazz music scene. The Temecula Wine and Jazz newsletter was first published in 2002 and mailed to residents, businesses and all Temecula wineries. This two-page newsletter included a review of a CD from one of the top contemporary jazz musicians who had performed at one of Temecula’s wineries, a review of a Temecula wine, a calendar of music events, and a wine themed quote. Response was overwhelmingly positive from fans, musicians and wineries alike. The newsletter’s name was changed to Wine and Jazz and a website was developed. The continued enthusiastic response led to the formation of the Wine and Jazz wine club in 2005. March 2009 marked the “premiere” issue of Wine and Jazz magazine as a unique national publication celebrating the perfect lifestyle combination.

Read about the pairing of Dee Brown’s “A Little Elbow Room” with wine from Adelaida Cellars (Paso Robles, CA) in the new issue of Wine and Jazz magazine. Available at all Barnes & Nobles, Borders, Copperfield’s Books, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Horizon Books, Davis Kidd Booksellers, or by contacting Wine and Jazz.

The Kaiser Center Roof Garden was the first roof garden built in the United States after World War ll. The project was commissioned by Kaiser Industries and was awarded to the San Francisco-based landscape architecture firm Osmudson & Staley. The meticulously maintained Kaiser Center Roof Garden is open for public enjoyment Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 p.m.

Kaiser Center proudly presents the 2010 Kaiser Center Roof Garden Concert Series again this summer! Smooth Jazz fans will love the Smooth Jazz Lunch with the Steffen Kuehn Group.

German-born Steffen Kuehn performed for and worked with The Platters, Marilyn McCoo, Bob Hope, John Handy, Mark Levine, John Fedchock, Chico Freeman, Tim Hagans, Ray Obiedo, Kenny Werner, Ray DeLa Paz, The Temptations, Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, The 4 Tops, Ray Sepulveda, Lydia Pense & Cold Blood, Lefty Perez to name a few. After his debut album Now Or Later (2002), Trumpop is Steffen’s second release on his own label Stefrecords.

The band will play songs of Steffen’s repertoire.

Time Friday · 12:00pm – 5:30pm

Location Kaiser Center Roofgarden Summer Concerts

300 Lakeside Drive in

Oakland, CA

Guitar | Saturday at 9:30 pm

For four decades he has been internationally successful as a musician, composer and producer. Chuck was in the 80s the musical director of Stan Getz´s band and has performed with renown international artists such as Jim Hall and Pat Metheny as well as with the German drummer Wolfgang Haffner (Band Metro). After 8 solo albums his latest CD »Between 2 Worlds« is in the stores. For a few weeks he became member of the legendary Contemporary jazz quartet »Fourplay« and took over the guitar chair from the great Larry Carlton.

Audio samples and more information about Chuck Loeb, click here.

Meet Chuck Loeb live at the Smooth Jazz Festival – here you get your ticket:  Smooth Jazz Shop.

Join us for an up close and personal night of smooth Jazz, Funk and a little Blues. “Jazz Men Of The Night”

Buddy Jordan / Craig Alston / Trendle Thomas / Will Allen

At Baltimore’s New Jazz Supper Club

Back Alley Jazz (next to hollins st. market)

Crab Cakes, Stuffed Flounder, Filet Mignon, Lamb Chops, Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo, New Orleans Salad

Friday, July 30, 2010 / 8pm

Tickets $12

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or call 443-858-9781

Space is limited so get your tickets NOW.

Thanks for supporting Charm City Jazz.

This is a one off performance of one of the USA’s premier smooth jazz vocalists. Victor Fields is in the UK on vacation and is doing a special one off show as part of  Steve Quirk’s Fusion Flavours 20th Anniversary celebrations. He will be performing two soulful jazzy sets and signing copies of his CD too! Trust me you do not want to miss this!

Victor Fields is a timeless song stylist. No matter what era of musical expression you discuss, one constant remains; Victor Fields would be a major player in the game. His voice is like silk dipped in butter and warmed by the sun. The Legendary Lou Rawls described Victor Fields as “The man with the golden voice.” Today it is rare to find a singer that can move you with the majesty of their voice alone. If you were to close your eyes and listen to Victor Fields sing; your soul would shed tears of joy.

Steve will be spinning some soulful modern jazz grooves. Plus they have copies of his new Jazz FM 2cd set “Fusion Flavours 20th Anniversary collection” available too! Tickets are limited to 100 only. Please book your table ASAP on 0161 926 8992.

The tickets are a give away at just £7.50…pay on the door…you can also email Steve at for more details. Don’t miss this Unique show!

Friday 30th July

7.30 till midnight

The Cinnamon Club

The “Jazz Lounge” upstairs

Bowdon, Altrincham, North West

Looking forward to the Autumn/2011 with shows from Peter White. Gerald Albright, Euge Groove, Jonathan Butler, Acoustic Alchemy,  Swing Out Sister and more!