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Having originated as a jazz club, we consider it a badge of honor to host a variety of genres, from classic jazz, to hip hop/funk and acoustic African ensembles. We don’t plan on stopping, see for yourself in our Artists Archive; a running call list of those who have graced our stage.



Kevin Bowe & the Okemah Prophets

Kevin Bowe is a writer/producer whose songs have sold over 12 million units in the last few years. He got his start in the Minneapolis music scene, and after being discovered at a club gig by uberproducer David Z (Prince, Fine Young Cannibals, Big Head Todd), Kevin began writing for other artists. His first cut (“Riverside” on Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s Warner Bros. debut “Ledbetter Heights”) went gold and led to…

Kevin Eubanks Quintet

Kevin Eubanks Quintet

For nearly two decades, the world at large knew precisely where to find the acclaimed guitarist Kevin Eubanks. For five nights a week, Eubanks was cranking up the band and issuing steamy solos as music director on NBC’s “Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” In spring of 2010, after 18 years on the job, Eubanks decided to move on, although retirement was the last thing on his mind. That much is…

Kevin Steinman

Kevin Steinman

Steinman has spent the better part of a decade playing self-described “arena folk:” larger-than-life acoustic pop that aims to be simple but not mundane. His latest album, Pre-Existing Condition, is due to be released in May 2011. • “Wish,” Kevin’s first single

Kevin Washington

Kevin Washington Quintet

Kevin Washington was born in 1975 in Detroit, Michigan to musicians and music scholars Donald and Faye Washington.  His musical career began at the age of five with his first performances at the Detroit jazz festival.  As a young performer he also played at jazz festivals in Chicago, Alabama, and Connecticut. After first moving to Minneapolis at the age of thirteen, Kevin went on to New York City in 1996…



A young up-and-coming jazz quintet, Kneebody is forging out a path directly on that line between popular music and jazz improvisation, with exciting, beautiful results. Eschewing the soloistic histrionics and other ego-driven tendencies young artists sometimes get caught in, Kneebody focuses on an ensemble sound, constantly blurring the line between composed and improvised music. Kneebody uses a series of musical cues, rhythmic or melodic signposts, to signal a change of…


Kristy Lee

With Reno Roberts! That mighty rumble you hear coming out of Alabama is none other than Kristy Lee. Her voice like thunder, rolling in before a sweet southern rain, instantly washes the world away. Kristy Lee’s unique rhythms are absolutely nourishing, clean, pure, and unapologetic. This woman means it when she takes her voice out to play! By the time Kristy Lee reached 18, she landed her first album nationwide,…


Kurt Elling

Chicago-based vocalist Kurt Elling is one of the most acclaimed figures in jazz. His voice, rich and bold, is always interesting, and his musical ideas emerge fully formed on record and in person. His constant goal is to do something new in vocal jazz, and this often leads to exciting results for his ensemble and his fans. His name appears on Downbeat polls and Grammy nomination lists nearly every year.…


Kyle Eastwood

It has been 15 years since bassist Kyle Eastwood burst onto the jazz scene with his 1998 debut, From There To Here. At that moment in his budding career, the press seemed more preoccupied with his paternal lineage (he’s the son of famed actor-director Clint Eastwood) than his music. Over the course of the four subsequent releases – 2004′s Paris Blue, 2005′s Now, 2009′s Metropolitan and 2011′s Songs from the…

Lalah Hathaway

Lalah Hathaway

Lalah Hathaway, one of contemporary R&B’s most prized artists and in-demand vocalists, will release her sixth solo album and second for Stax Records, Where It All Begins on October 18th, 2011. The versatile, critically acclaimed musician, songwriter, vocalist and producer found creative regeneration and newfound energy making this record, an artistic re-birth she’s eager to share with anyone willing to listen. “Everybody is an artist in some way,” Hathaway enthuses,…

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