smith dobson vibes

Saturday, March 7th – 8-11 pm
jazz club! when lights are low…
The Smith Dobson Group

smith dobson vibesSmith Dobson, vibes
Jeffrey Burr, guitar
Adam Gay, bass
James Gallagher, drums

Smith Dobson is a triple threat — a supremely talented musician on tenor sax, vibes and drums.  He’s also one of the key motivators of the San Francisco jazz scene, and we’re fortunate to present him with a hand picked group of musicians on the first Saturday of each month in our “jazz club” series.

We’ve been eagerly waiting for him to bust out the vibes on one of these dates, and now’s the time.

And we’re doubly pleased that Smth has booked Jeffrey Burr on the date — one of the Bay Area’s very best jazz guitarists — along with rock solid rhythm section journeymen Adam Gay and James Gallagher.

Don’t miss the fantastic music and the sweet splendor that is jazz club!  $10 cover — and the best $10 you’ll have spent all week, trust us on that one!

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