Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club

The Mayhem Trio | Tuesdays in May & June

May 15, 2017

Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club presents 2017 Spring Artist in Residency Series. Built upon the trust, camaraderie and love that can form between longtime bandmates, this trio produces a sound that is edgy, intriguing, rhythmically complex and always compelling. Over the course of nearly two decades, these three Denver jazz icons have played countless shows together in a myriad of different scenarios.

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As the countdown to the relocation of Dazzle to the historic Baur’s Building at 15th and Curtis continues, the stream of jazz flowing through the club at its Lincoln Street home remains something special with pianist Gerald Clayton’s trio, clarinetist Anat Cohen with Trio Brasileiro and pianist/singer Eliane Elias with her trio all on stage during the coming week.

Let the Beat Speak | Wednesdays in May

May 7, 2017

Let the Beat Speak is a throwback jazz, funk, and soul band made up of Mark Donovan on keys, Dan Schwindt on guitar,  Greg Wahl on tenor, Terrel Martin on drums, and Paige Sundusky on the mic. Their 4 week series will focus on performing select charts from the bands of the hardest workin' man in show business, the Godfather of Soul, Mr. Dynamite: Mr. James Brown!

Anisha Rush Quartet | Saturdays in April

Apr 23, 2017
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Anisha Rush is an active Denver-based saxophonist, composer., bandleader and side-woman  She has been a member of The Ron Miles Group, The Boy/Girl Band lead by Art Lande. Anisha has shared the stage with world-class artists such as Tia Fuller, Art Lande, Brad Goode, Ken Walker, Ron Miles, Bill Frisell and Brian Blade.  Anisha holds a BM in Jazz Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Recently, Anisha received a grant from the Boulder County Arts Alliance through Pathways to Jazz allowing her to record her debut album entitled "Pursuit".

Singer Mary Louise Lee and her band will grace the Nocturne stage to celebrate the 100th birthday of the First Lady of Song, Ms. Ella Fitzgerald.

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