Saturday, July 1, 2017

JULY 4 WEEKEND WITH 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


Folkal Point: 1960s Folk Tribute 
WHEN: Saturday, July 1 - 7:30 pm
TICKETS
: $10 in advance/$13 at door/$8 full-time students with ID
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A tribute to singer songwriters of the 1960's

Performers:
Linda Nelson
Mark Brine
Birdhouse: Serena Miller & Graham vonBriesen
Mike Barth
Paul Margolis
The Patapsco Delta Boys: Tom Chalkley & Bob Friedman


LA/Baltimore Guitarist Shea Welsh
  "Arrival" CD Release Concert

WHEN: Sunday July 2 - 6 pm
TICKETS
: $20 in advance/$23 at door/$10 full-time student with ID
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With a band of Baltimore's Finest:
Mark St Pierre, drums
Greg Hatza, keys
Sheila Ford vocals
Mike Graham, Jr., bass

Special guest Jimmy Wilson

Shea Welsh is a Baltimore born, East Coast raised, Los Angeles transplant guitarist, songwriter and producer. He has logged countless hours as a session player with the industrie's top producers, such as Trickey Stewart on Raven Symone’s recordings, and Daniel Lanois with The Jane Carrey Band.



 Monday Jazz Jam
   hosted by Alex Meadow and Joshua Espinoza

WHEN: Monday July 3 - 7:30 pm
TICKETS:
$10/$5 students
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Alex Meadow is an upright and electric bass player from New York City, currently residing in the Baltimore Washington metropolitan area. He has been a busy freelance jazz/funk/fusion instrumentalist for the last decade. Alex has played with and studied under Jeff Reed, Mike Pope, and Gary Grainger. He has had the privilege to play in numerous jazz venues across the DMV area since moving to Baltimore two years ago.

An avid performer and educator, pianist Joshua Espinoza balances his time sharing music on the stage and off. As a performer, Josh has played with many renowned artists including Mike Pope, Todd Marcus, John Pineda, Frank Russo, Ryan McGillicudy, Anders Åstrand, Hamilton Price, Eugene Goss, and Gail Wynters, and on national stages including Piccolo Spoleto and the Jazz Kitchen (Indianapolis).