11 (eleven!) NEW SHOWS ON SALE

jonathaJonatha Brooke
January 17  |  7PM $35/30

From 2010 to 2013, Jonatha took a touring hiatus, to write and develop her one-woman play, My Mother Has 4 Noses, a mother-daughter love story about her mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease. In 2014, ‘4 Noses played for ten weeks, at The Duke Theater on 42nd Street to rave reviews — “Devastating and gorgeous. A poignantly funny, beautifully created narrative” (New York Times). A ground-swell of social networking and community support followed. The newly released companion recording, of the same name, landed in the top 50 Albums of 2014 by ABC Entertainment.


NellieNellie McKay: A Girl Named Bill
Jan 31 & Feb 1  |  7PM $40

“One of the Best Concerts of 2014… this singer and pianist put on “A Girl Named Bill,” a revue-with-dialogue about Billy Tipton, the little-known midcentury jazz bandleader, who was assumed to be a man but was discovered at his death to be a woman. Under deceptively ragged humor and a wildly broad repertory illuminating various angles of the story — by Jelly Roll Morton, Yoko Ono, Cindy Walker and Ms. McKay herself — lay a devastating theme: how, and why, to live with secrets.” – Ben Ratliff, New York Times 


AnthonyAnthony David
February 7  |  7PM $40

Anthony David is one of the preeminent songwriters in modern soul. Since his 2004 debut he has pushed the boundaries of soul music with honest, emotive songs and a silky smooth voice.  Raised in Savannah GA, Anthony made the move to Atlanta, and hit the ground running in the local music scene. He found a long time friend and music collaborator in a then unknown India Arie, and became a part of her success. Writing and producing on her first 3 albums yielded Grammy and Image award nominations, while he also toured singing backup for her. Arie pushed him to the front by her second tour, having Anthony open up for her across the country.


shaunShaun Johnson Big Band
February 10  |  7PM $35

The Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience (BBE) is the only group taking big band music, fusing it with modern day mixes of all genres, and making the act of giving “cool.”  Created for intelligent music lovers worldwide who wish to be a part of an electric musical experience accomplishing the unexpected: reaching out in an era of people typically looking out for “number one.”


gabyGaby Moreno
February 10  |  10PM $30

Born in Guatemala, Gaby Moreno’s captivating blend of blues, jazz, soul, and R&B has made her a rising star on the international music scene.  Recently she’s been touring with Hugh Laurie, and she’s toured tirelessly across the globe for the past couple of years, including sold out dates in Canada, USA and Europe alongside such artists as Tracy Chapman, Ani DiFranco and Van Dyke. Gaby won the Best New Artist at the 2013 Latin Grammys, and won the Grand Prize at the John Lennon Songwriting Contest with her song “Escondidos,” first in the Latin category, then overall. This recognition earned her an invitation by Yoko Ono to unveil the John Lennon Educational Bus.


kelleyKelley Hunt
February 12  |  6PM $40-35, 8:00 $30-25

Kansas City-based blueswoman Kelley Hunt has been defying description for over a decade, and she shows no sign of slowing down. With a commanding, passionate stage presence and superior skills as a vocalist, piano player and songwriter she has earned the respect of critics and fans across North America and Europe.


parisParis Chansons
March 23  | 7 PM $40-$35

Paris Chansons is Los Angeles’s premier French performing group.  Recently featured on the CBS/KCAL news, they are known for their original renditions of French favorites from Aznavour, Brel, Dassin, Piaf, Montand all the way to contemporary artists like Zaz.  Their exhilarating performances are punctuated by traditional jazz standards in addition to classics in Russian, Italian, and other languages.  Three multilingual singers bring an unparalleled diversity to their shows.  Julia Kantor, originally from Ukraine, lived and studied in France where she discovered in French music a soul connection that still imbues every performance.  She entrances from the stage with a sultry voice and dynamic presence.  Together with her husband, Jacob, a Russian-born singer/songwriter, they launched Paris Chansons.  Max Cohen grew up in Morocco, where he was steeped in French music, particularly the songs of Enrico Macias.  Max’s rich, velvety tone delivers beautifully nuanced renditions of his favorites, complete with a signature North African lilt.


subdudesThe SubDudes
March 11 | 7:30pm $60-$50-$40

The New Orleans-formed group is a living encapsulation of American music, a vibrant cauldron of sounds that stirs together meaty grooves and jazzy dynamics, soulful R&B swagger, easy vocal harmonies, cheeky rock ‘n’ roll attitude and folky social consciousness — not to mention some of the sharpest musicianship and ensemble playing you’ll ever hear from any five musicians.


elizabethElizabeth Cook
March 20 | 7PM $35-27

For fans of the Florida-born and raised Cook, a Grand Ole Opry regular, SiriusXM Outlaw Country hostess and David Letterman favorite, new album Exodus of Venus will be something of a shock. If she maintains the tang of her drawl, what emerges – beyond Cook’s always vibrant and vivid sense of detail – is a song cycle soaked in turpentine, musk and honey.


mcJonJon McLaughlin
April 1 | 7PM $25, 9PM $25

Jon performed at the 80 Academy Awards ceremony in 2012, and opened for Kelly Clarkson for a leg of her tour in 2007. He has toured extensively with Sara Bareilles. Jon has written or co-written songs for Beyonce and Demi Lovato. Jon’s music has appeared in TV shows like Scrubs, and movies including including Georgia Rule, Bridge to Terabithia, and Enchanted.


SEBJohn Sebastian
April 7 | 7PM $50, $45, $35

Over four decades the contributions of John Sebastian have become a permanent part of our American musical fabric. His group The Lovin’ Spoonful played a major role in the mid-’60s rock revolution, incorporating traditional American folk practices into the rock paradigm. John and the Spoonful put their first seven singles into the Top 10, an unprecedented achievement for an American band at the height of Beatlemania.



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