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|Esperanza Spalding Presents: Emily's D+Evolution, happening TONIGHT at 8PM at The Music Box, located in Little Italy. Esperanza will undeniably captivate the audience with her latest eclectic project, which is centered around rekindling her childhood interests in theater, poetry and movement. This is certainly one show you simply won't want to miss! Doors open at 6:30PM, sharp! Click here for tickets. |
The San Diego City College Dramatic Arts Program presents the world premiere of the Festival of New Plays. Performances are THIS Friday and Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. in the new Black Box Theatre at City College in the Arts and Humanties Building (AH)
. As the first production in the 98-seat Black Box Theatre, City College is inaugurating the space by introducing seven original scripts written by City College students. There will be a talk-back with the playwrights following the performance this Friday (March 11). Here is the ticket information
Heads-up Happy Hour goers! Join us TONIGHT
for our monthly Happy Hour! Acclaimed bassist, Jennifer Leitham
will be bringing a terrific trio for your listening pleasure! And as usual, it'll all take place in the Mississippi Ballroom
at the historic and stunning Lafayette Hotel
located on El Cajon Boulevard. There will also be delicious (hosted) appetizers and happy hour drink prices! There's a $10 cover charge
) and you MUST be 21+
to attend. We'll see you there!
|The Jazz Live momentum for 2016 continues with another great concert. Bassist and vocalist, Katie Thiroux, will be bringing a quartet TONIGHT at 8pm. Her stellar band includes Graham Dechter on guitar, Roger Neumann on saxophone and Matt Witek on drums. If you are a valid Jazz88 member you can reserve up to two tickets in the Speakeasy- if you don't have an account its easy to join...and free! If you need to purchase tickets or want more information please call 619-388-3743. Be sure to print the parking pass...it's a must. |
|The first-ever KSDS San Diego Blues Club Caravan was a BIG SUCCESS! We want to thank all of you for attending and much thanks to the great venues and artists below. We will see you again next year!|
|Jazz 88.3 presents "Drop Me Off In Harlem," a Black History month film screening happening TONIGHT from 7-9PM at the Saville Theatre. This is your chance to enjoy 2-hours of rare film, footage from the stars of the Cotton Club, The Savoy Ballroom, Minton's Playhouse and other legendary New York Venues. Featured performers include Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Cab Calloway, Miles Blue Rhythm Band and lots more! Admission is FREE(!). |
|The Gary Peacock Trio will grace San Diego with their talent and presence THIS Saturday, February 13th at 7:30PM as part of the Athenaeum's Jazz @ TSRI series! This rare West Coast appearance featuring Peacock on bass, Marc Copland on piano, and Joey Baron on drums will be one for the books! Heralded worldwide for the past 32 years as the bassist in the landmark Keith Jarrett Trio, Peacock celebrates his 80th birthday this year with a special tour and CD release. Peacock’s six-decade career has included notable stints with artists including Bill Evans, Albert Ayler, Paul Bley, and Miles Davis. You can't miss this show--you just can't! Click here for tickets! |
|The John Scofield and Joe Lovano Quartet will hit the UCSD Price Center Ballroom stage, TONIGHT at 8PM! This is truly one show you simply won't want to miss! The lineup: John Scofield - guitar, Joe Lovano - sax, Bill Street - bass and Lewis Nash - drums. What's better?! There are still tickets available for you to see and enjoy this incredible assembly of musicians! Simply click here! |
Valentine's Day just got a little more special, as the historic Lafayette Hotel
is putting a Latin-spin on this lover's holiday! This year, you’ll have the chance to enjoy a Latin-inspired three-course dinner menu, paired beautifully with live Latin music! As a special treat, they’re also offering special room enhancements such as chocolate-covered strawberries and champagne! To RSVP, or for more information, simply click here
|This February Jazz 88.3 celebrates Black History Month! We thank Nechel Best, producer of San Diego Black History "Moments" for her contribution. Jazz came from the rich experience of African American culture and Jazz 88.3 will continue to honor Black History Month with our film screening of "Drop Me Off In Harlem" happening tonight at the Saville Theatre. Click here for details about this rare, FREE screening! ||
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