NoCoasters

Saturday, June 30th – 7:30 pm
NoCoasters
$20 cover charge (students $10)
jazz club! when lights are low…
 

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Lincoln Adler, sax
Lee Bloom, piano
Brandon Essex, bass
Carrie Jahde, drums

With the experience of many years of collaboration as a unit, NoCoasters takes on original compositions, jazz, Latin, New Orleans, pop and even country standards and reinvent them in ever-changing ways. Their approach is highly improvisational, playful, and communicative.

NoCoasters performs for the swells at spots like Cafe Claude, the Cigar Bar–all manner of swanky establishments. Here, you get to hear them without the chatter of fellow diners and the clatter of dishes.

Presented by Bird & Beckett with support from Jazz in the Neighborhood’s Guaranteed Fair Wage Fund.

 

 

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