Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club

The Organization Plays Prince | Saturdays

Jun 9, 2017

Saturday Nights in June, Nocturne presents The Organization explores the music of the modern pop music master, PRINCE. Featuring: Jeff Jenkins: Hammond B3 Organ, Khabu Doug Young: Guitar, Anisha Rush: Alto Sax, Mike Marlier: Drums

Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club presents
The Organization Plays PRINCE
Saturdays in June
Set 1: 7-8:30
Set 2: 9:00-10:30
$10 per person Artist Fee per set
Reservations highly recommended

 

 

Artist in Residence: Steve Kovalcheck | Fridays

Jun 8, 2017

An artist in residency series Inspired by Ray Charles' seminal 1962 recording Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, the Steve Kovalcheck Band applies the jazz lens to songs and sounds of vintage Nashville.

Jean-Luc Davis' Alternative Reality | Wednesdays

Jun 3, 2017

Alternative Rock Classics reimagined through the language and lens of the jazz idiom. Special guests Peter Sommer and Shane Endlsey will be on hand throughout different nights of this series.

Performer, Composer, Educator Jean-Luc Davis is an active performer in the Colorado music scene. In addition to leading his own ensemble, Jean-Luc plays with Gypsy Swing Revue, Tom Gershwin Quintet, Adam Bodine Trio, Andy Hackbarth Band, Jesse Manley Band, Jayme Stone and the Other side of the Air, the John Kite Quartet, and regularly accompanies Wonderbound.

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.

Arturo Gómez / KUVO

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.

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