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Tracy Hamlin’s Sweet Jazz & Wine Festival

featuring Gerald Albright, Tracy Hamlin, Alex Bugnon and Cindy Bradley

Saturday, 6th October, 2018 – 02:00 PM

Tarara Winery, 13640 Tarara LN, Leesburg VA 20176

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In 1988, Eric Essix’s debut national release as a solo recording artist entitled First Impressions, came out on the Nova Records jazz label. Very soon after, he performed his first concert on December 29th of that year at Grundy’s Music Room in Birmingham, AL. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of that first show and his career as a recording artist, Eric returns to the Jemison Concert Hall to play songs from his catalog of 25 albums with the many artists who have helped shape his musical journey.

Joining him onstage for this landmark event, will be a stellar lineup of artists with whom he has recorded and shared the stage over the course of his career including jazz piano great, Alex Bugnon; trumpeter, Joey Sommerville, singer, Tracy Hamlin, members of his ever popular 90’s ensemble, Modern Man and his current touring band, the Eric Essix Group!

VIP will include:

*Backstage passes to Birthday Meet and Greet

*Individual Meet and Greet with Photo Op

*Exclusive Eric Essix 25/30 Merchandise Package

*Signed “More” CD

*Signed “Anthology: Limited Edition” CD

*Signed “More” Tour Poster

*Eric Essix Commemorative 25/30 Tour Lanyard

Get your tickets here.

Saturday, December 29, 2018 – 8:00 PM

Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, 1200 10th Ave South Birmingham, AL 35205

The Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival takes place on the mainland on the lawn of the St. Clement’s Island Museum. All ticket-holders have the opportunity to arrive early and enjoy a complimentary boat ride to discover and explore St. Clement’s Island from 12 noon to 3 p.m. You will want to be back on the lawn when the first jazz artist plays at 3 p.m. St. Clement’s Island is a Maryland state park and offers a picnic pavilion, picnic tables and grills, hiking trail, educational interpretive panels about island history, and the reconstructed Blackistone Lighthouse, a replica of the original built in 1851. There is also a 40-foot cross to commemorate the landing of the first Maryland colonists founding a colony based on religious toleration. The island is scenic and serene with beautiful vistas, wind-swept vegetation, and activity of various waterfowl.

The Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival features vocalist Tracy Hamlin, Jackiem Joyner, and Nick Colionne.

Saturday, July 14, 2018 – 12:00 – noon

St Clement’s Island Museum, 38370 Point Breeze Rd, Coltons Point, Maryland 20626

The 4-day Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival begins

Thursday, October 12, 2017

8:00 pm at the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopen High School

West Coast Jam featuring Rick Braun, Norman Brown & Richard Elliot,

Nick Colionne and Eric Darius open the show.

Friday, October 13, 2017

8: 00 pm at the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopen High School — Vocalist Lalah Hathaway

10:00 pm at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School — Pieces of a Dream

10:00 pm at The Rusty Rudder — Paul Taylor, Brian Simpson & Eric Darius

Saturday, October 14, 2017

12:00 pm at Outlet Liquors — Beer, Wine & Food Festival

1:00 pm in the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopen High School — Boney James

1:00 pm at Rusty Rudder Deck — JJ Sansaverino & Will Donato | Free event!

2:30 pm at the Epworth United Methodist Church — Peter White & Marc Antoine

2:30 pm at Rusty Rudder Deck — Rock ‘n’ Roll with Club Phred | Free event!

2:30 pm at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School — Vocalist Maysa

4:00 pm at Bottle & Cork — A Twist of Motown with Art Sherrod, Jr

4:00 pm at Rusty Rudder — Steve Cole & Four80East with Matt Marshak

7:30 pm in the Performing Arts Theatre at Cape Henlopen High School — The 2017 Rehoboth Beach All Stars featuring Brian Simpson, Boney James, Nick Colionne, vocalist Maysa, Paul Taylor and Kim Waters

7:30 pm at the Epworth United Methodist Church — Gerald Veasley, vocalist Lindsey Webster & Marc Antoine

10:00 pm at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School — Peter White, Keiko Matsui & Euge Groove

10:00 pm at Rusty Rudder — Steve Cole & Kim Waters

Sunday, October 15, 2017

10:00 am at Rusty Rudder — Art Sherrod Jr’s Gospel Brunch with vocalist Tracy Hamlin and special guest Kayla Waters

12:30 pm at the Performing Art Theatre of Cape Henlopen High School — Larry Graham & Graham Central Station

2:30 pm at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School — Peter White, Keiko Matsui & Euge Groove

6:00 pm at the Performing Art Theatre of Cape Henlopen High School — 2017 Grand Jam featuring Marc Antoine, Nick Colionne, Steve Cole, Euge Groove, Matt Marshak, Keiko Matsui, vocalist Maysa, JJ Sansaverino, Brian Simpson, Art Sherrod, Jr, Paul Taylor, Kim Waters, Lindsey Webster, Peter White and Gerald Veasley

8:00 pm at the Rusty Rudder — 2017 Closing Party featuring Eric Darius, Four80East, vocalist Tracy Hamlin, Matt Marshak, JJ Sansaverino, Art Sherrod, Jr, Brian Simpson, Gerald Veasley

 

Cape Henlopen High School, 1250 Kings Hwy, Lewes, Delaware 19958

 

Holiday Winds featuring Elan Trotman, Althea Rene and Tracy Hamlin

Sunday, December 10, 2017 7:30 PM

Bethesda Blues & Jazz, 7719 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, Maryland 20814

NORTHfest

12:15 PM – EDWARD ARCHIBALD
1:45 PM – DANIEL D
3:15 PM – BRIAN SIMPSON & TRACY HAMLIN
5:00 PM – NICK COLIONNE
6:45 PM – ALEX BUGNON
8:30 PM – GERALD ALBRIGHT

Saturday, August 20, 2016 – 12:15 – pm

Levi Carter Park, 4405 Carter Lake Shore Dr W, Omaha, Nebraska 68110

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The Eric Essix Jazz Escape at the Renaissance Ross Bridge, is the first event of its kind in this region to be hosted by a world class golf resort and spa. It’s a weekend getaway that offers an intimate jazz concert experience in a secluded, lush woodland environment that is still only minutes from the airport, city center, shopping, attractions and great restaurants. For residents of Birmingham and surrounding areas, the Renaissance at Ross Bridge is the perfect getaway that’s not far away…making Eric’s Jazz Escape the ultimate “stay-cation”!

Artists Schedule:

Roman Street, Brian Culbertson, Kelley O’ Neal & the KAYO Band, Frank McComb, The Eric Essix Project, Kim Scott, Tracy Hamlin, and Karen Briggs.

Labor Day Weekend
August 29-31, 2014

Renaissance Ross Bridge, 4000 Grand Ave, Birmingham, Alabama 35226