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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.


Sarah Watkins

Sarah Watkins

Sara Watkins, John Paul Jones Play “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” After releasing her debut solo album last week, Sara Watkins took to the road for the start of a monthlong tour in support of the new record… [after a few shows in the Atlanta area, including at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, she went to perform on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” ] ..Sara [was joined] by the album’s producer, Led…


Sarah White

Sarah White, best known in Minneapolis for her work with Traditional Methods and Black Blondie, fuses sultry vocals with eclectic lyrics and dirty beats. Collaborating and rockin’ stages with talented artists like King Britt, K-OS, Imani Uzuri, M.anifest and more, she also proudly took home first place in Scion’s Electronic Vocalist Competition in 2009. White has spent the last five years making music in Brooklyn, NY and has recently returned…


Sasha Dobson & Richard Julian

Originally from Santa Cruz, California, Sasha Dobson began singing w/ her family professionally by the age of 12. Daughter to the late great jazz pianist and singer Smith Dobson, and jazz vocalist Gail Dobson. It was they who truly gave Sasha her first break! Sasha 28, resides in Brooklyn. Her debut album, Modern Romance, a fusion of Brazilian groove/pop/jazz/American songbook. Jesse Harris and Richard Julian co-produced as well as contributed…


Saul Williams

Born in Newburgh, New York in 1972, Saul Williams is considered a powerful voice of the hip-hop generation as a poet, actor, rapper, singer and musician. Best known for his blend of spoken word poetry and hip-hop, and for his leading role in the independent film Slam, he received notable recognition while supporting Nine Inch Nails for parts of their 2005-2006 tour. Saul’s third album, The Inevitable Rise and Liberation…



Though they may have come from different musical places and disciplines, the four members of SayLovey have arrived together under a common love for the sound of classic jazz. And arrive they have. This quartet has established a sound of its own by a tried-and-true method: hard work and lots of practice. Fronted by the sweet, lissome vocal style of Jessie Bryan and countered by the lush guitar tone of…


Scarlet Rivera

Though Scarlet is a composer and performer in her own right, she has made vital contributions to Bob Dylan’s Desire and Hard Rain albums, and was featured in Dylan’s World of John Hammond Special for NBC and film Renaldo and Clara, and several cuts on Dylan’s Biograph and The Bootleg Series. Scarlet is also featured on Keb Mo’s The Door, Tracy Chapman’s Crossroads; Stanley Clarke’s Just Family, David Johanson’s Funky…


Scott Lorber

Grammy-nominated keyboardist Jeff Lorber brings a formidable quintet to the Dakota for two nights, including young trumpet phenom Christian Scott, guitarist Matthew Stevens and drummer Tony Moore. Uniquely combining elements of funk, rock, R&B and electric jazz, Lorber had a hand in creating the sound known today as smooth jazz. As the leader of the Jeff Lorber Fusion, he spent most of the early 80s as one of the most…

Scottie Miller

Scottie Miller

Scottie Miller and his band perform a wide range of contemporary New Orleans/Delta/barrelhouse/piano blues, with rich and soulful vocals. His piano playing re-kindles the long lost styles and spirits of legendary players like Professor Longhair, Otis Spann, and Pinetop Perkins.



Named after Ukrainian nomads, Scythian (sith-ee-yin) plays immigrant rock with thunderous energy, technical prowess, and storytelling songwriting, beckoning crowds into a barn-dance rock concert experience. Celebrating 10 years of getting people dancing all night, Scythian released their new album, Jump at the Sun, this summer, with new songs debuting at album release shows across the country. Ed Helms’s The Bluegrass Situation has chimed in with praise, calling “Paint This Town”…


Secret Someones

Secret Someones is a New York City-based new project comprising singer/songwriters Bess Rogers, Lelia Broussard, Hannah Winkler, and drummer/multi-instrumentalist, Zach Jones. Drawing inspiration from bands like Weezer, Talking Heads, and the entire Tom Petty catalog, the band is pure songwriting excellence. Loud, fun, and catchy as hell, Secret Someones are collectively bringing it, and they’re just getting started. If you don’t know them yet, you will soon – and don’t let it be the news you hear from someone else.  Better…

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