Gigs

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Sunday, January 27th, 2019

Lady T Jazz Quintet - Hyde Park Jazz Society Sunday Night Series - 7:30 P.M.
1039-1043 East 43rd Street
Chicago, IL 60653
United States
Price: $10.00

We're absolutely delighted to return for our annual performance for the Hyde Park Jazz Society Sunday Night Jazz Series! Room 43 is a mature audience, jazz listening venue. Full bar and 'jazz bites' are available for purchase. Jim Pierce/Guitar. Keyboard/Dennis Luxion. Joshua Ramos/Bass. Greg Artry/Drums. Donation is $10. Hyde Park Jazz Society membership is an annual $25/$15 for student musician summer jazz camps and $10 for you to attend a performance at no cost! Check out the website for reviews, photo and videos of past performances, the performance calendar at various venues, and updates about the Hyde Park Jazz Festival every September! Please join us at Room 43! We'll be swinging! 

Friday, February 15th, 2019

Eastgate Cafe
Lady T Jazz Night - 7 P.M.
102 Harrison Street
Oak Park, Illinois 60304
708/660/9091
Price: Free

Celebrating life, love and jazz! Please join us for a very intimate evening of America's music! Jim Pierce/Guitar. Dan Delorenzo/Bass. Excellent menu & full bar! Desserts are awesome. 

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

Lady T Jazz Appreciation Month Celebration - 6:30 P.M.
2400 Des Plaines Avenue
North Riverside, IL 60546
Price: Free

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Eastgate Cafe
Lady T Jazz Night Celebration Jazz Appreciation Month - 7 P.M.
102 Harrison Street
Oak Park, Illinois 60304
708/660/9091
Price: Free

Lady T has been an associate of the Smithsonian Institution/National Museum celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month since 2002. The annual event is every April! It includes International Jazz Day! Please join us at the ever comfy and cozy Eastgate Cafe for a memorable night of music. Excellent menu and full bar. Very delicious desserts! Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) is a music festival held every April in recognition of the significant contribution that jazz music has made to society. The aim of this annual event is to pay tribute to jazz for its historic and cultural significance by encouraging schools, governments and organizations to participate in various events such as free jazz concerts and educational programs. JAM was first established in 2001 by John Edward Hasse, a curator at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. It was initially funded by the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, whose archives are currently housed at the Smithsonian.

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