Thursday, August 14, 2014

COMING THIS WEEK @ AN DIE MUSIK LIVE!

A Classical, Jazz & World Music Concert Venue
409 N Charles Street
Baltimore MD  21201
www.andiemusiklive.com
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Or by calling us as 410.385.2638

BROOKLYN JAZZ UNDERGROUND
“7x7” Album Release Concert
WHEN
: Friday, August 15, 8 & 9:30 PM

  • Tammy Scheffer – vocal
  • David Smith – trumpet
  • Adam Kolker - tenor sax and bass clarinet
  • David Cook – piano
  • Anne Mette Iversen – bass
  • Rob Garcia and Owen Howard – drums

“7x7”, the second release from the Brooklyn Jazz Underground Ensemble, offers a new collection of works conceived by each member of the group. With the addition of three new members, the ensemble has expanded to include voice, piano and an additional drummer. This line up has forged a new and exciting sound.

TICKETS: $20 in advance/$23 at door/$10 full-time students with ID


The Roots Cafe Singer-Songwriter Series Presents

RODNEY HENRY AND ADAM "RED SAMMY" TRICE with GEOFFREY HIMES
WHEN: Sunday, August 17, 5 PM
TICKETS:
$9 in advance/$13 at door

RODNEY HENRY:  When the City Paper named the Glenmont Popes Baltimore’s Best Rock Band in 1999, the publication described the group’s music as "turbobilly, a coinage inspired by our very first encounter with the Popes' stripped-down, souped-up roots-rock sound. Since those first heady shows, the Popes' hard work and singer/guitarist Rodney Henry's outsized personality have made them the undisputed pontiffs of a certain tattoo-and-brew-loving wing of the local music scene.” As lead singer and chief songwriter, Henry exhibits the same contagious charisma that he does as the celebrity chef of Dangerously Delicious Pies. Here he presents those songs in an unplugged format.

ADAM TRICE:  In 2005, local Baltimore songwriter, Adam Trice, founded Red Sammy, which he describes as a “graveyard-country-rock band." The band name, a reference to Flannery O'Connor's 1955 short story, "A Good Man is Hard To Find," suggests the band's stark storytelling and gritty music, part southwest-rock, part Cash and Escovedo. The latest Red Sammy album, “These Poems with Kerosene,” finds Trice and resonator guitar man John Decker collaborating with poet Steve Matanle on their latest installment of what they call “barroom existentialism.” Trice, an MFA graduate from the University of Baltimore, has also published a book of poetry, “In Places with Bad Lighting."


Also this August at An die Musik Live! (click on titles for more information:
20
Wade Davis, Baroque cello
21 J.J. Wright Trio
22 Jake Silverman Organ Quintet
23 Jazz Clarinet Summit III
25 Dunbar Alumni Jazz
27 Daniel Schwait & Friends - The English Songbook
28 Daniel Schwait & Friends - The Perfect Blendship
30 William Goffigan Quartet with special guest vocalist Tamm E Hunt