noel on soprano

Saturday, July 13th – 7:30–10:00 pm
Grant Levin Quintet
jazz club! 5th Anniversary!
when lights are low…
every Saturday night

The Jazz Philanthropists Union presents… the 5th Anniversary of jazz club!

Noel Jewkes on stage with Grant Levin, in a quartet featuring Eugene Warren on bass and Mark Lee on drums, July 12, 2015. Photo by Angela Bennett

 
Join us to celebrate five years of Saturday night jazz, when lights are low!

Pianist Grant Levin has been on the date since the beginning, building an avid following and bringing to the stage some of the Bay Area’s most amazing musicians.
Tonight, veteran saxophonist Noel Jewkes, and journeyman saxophonist Dave Ellis share the front line. And you won’t find a better rhythm section for the occasion than Grant, Greg and Genius.
Grant Levin, piano
Noel Jewkes, saxophone
Dave Ellis, saxophone
Greg D’Augelli, bass
Genius Wesley, drums
$25 cover charge tonight! BYOB. The food on the break is on us!

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