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This Month's Featured Artist:

Julio San Jose

April 6 - 30, 2014


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APRIL ART EXHIBITION
April 6 - 30, 2014

Julio San Jose


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Art transcends and inhabits the borders of being a native in any country as one can see in the drawings of Julio San Jose, whose work will be exhibited at 49 West Coffeehouse, Wine Bar, and Gallery from April 6th through April 30th. The opening reception will be Sunday, April 6th from 5-8 p.m

San Jose’s early years were in Spain during Franco’s regime, however he lived in four different countries at different times, his father shepherding the family by ocean liners to other countries to keep the family secure. During the time he grew up, children died at young ages and San Jose grew up in the shadow of the deaths of two siblings he never knew. Secrets were not just familial, but also societal in the rise and fall of dictators in Europe followed by capitalism as it catapulted from the United States to the rest of the world. Through it all, drawing has been a constant. San Jose says, “My drawing simply provides me with a way to explain the concerns contradictions, and occasional hopes that grow out of the way we have to live.”

In his earlier years, San Jose studied at the private Academy of Lopez Izquierdo in Madrid, where one received training to pass the drawing requirements to enter Madrid’s School of Architecture. The instruction involved drawing classical statuary and the Architectural Orders using charcoal and ink wash respectively. Later, he came to the United States during the 1950’s as a Fulbright Scholar after which he worked in London. He eventually returned to the United States and became a U.S. citizen. San Jose continued to draw using pencil, pen and ink as he does today. San Jose’s work is greatly influenced by Goya’s vision depicting society and its’ follies. San Jose lives a modest, reclusive life, drawing. One wonders how San Jose can respond quickly, as many viewers wish, to questions about his obsessively detailed and comprehensive work? How can San Jose represent a culture while his imagination holds experiences that transcend national borders and his views realize that history is a tool manipulated by the powerful? Perhaps it is best to remain reclusive. No matter, he will keep doing what he’s always done, drawing in the quiet of the night making sense in his own way of the world in which he lives.

San Jose’s work has been published in the journals of The American Society of Planning Officials, the American Institute of Planners, The American Planning Association, Stadtbauwelt (Germany), and locally in The Nickel Review (Syracuse, N.Y.) and the New River Free Press (Blacksburg, VA).

San Jose taught in the architecture programs at the University of Oregon and Syracuse University

Opening reception is Sunday, April 6th from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

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April 2014

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04.01.2014 - Tuesday

Unified Jazz Ensemble
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM

Unified Jazz Ensemble tonight playing tonight at 49 West Coffeehouse with Mike Noonan on marimba and John Pineda on bass. Special guest Tom Lagana playing nylon string exclusively tonight and will be featuring original compositions as well as tunes from Gary Burton, Ralph Towner and John Coltrane among many others.

$6.00 Cover Charge

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04.02.2014 - Wednesday

Starr's Jazz Jam
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

STARR’S JAZZ JAM!! Our popular jam sessions at 49 WEST café continue under the leadership of JOHN STARR, with the help of Dick Glass, Tom Korth & Robert Redd on piano! Bill McHenry continues as our house drummer. And how is this going to work? Well, both Dick, Tom and John play bass and piano, so one of them will always be on bass and they will trade off on other instruments. Local musicians and singers will continue to sit in. It’s an ever-changing show!! Note on the calendar below that STARR’S JAZZ JAM will be the first and third Wednesday nights of each month, all year long!

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04.03.2014 - Thursday

The Mars 4tet
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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The MARS 4-tet
" . . . .they ain’t your Grandma’s jazz band."

49 West is proud to welcome back eclectic jazz super group, the MARS 4-tet. They move effortlessly from the classic jazz of Horace Silver and Herbie Hancock to the pop hits of Gino Vannelli, Peter Gabriel and Led Zeppelin. Get ready for energy, humor and groove. The band features acclaimed recording and performing artists bassist Max Murray, saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk, drummer Frank Russo and guitarist Donato Soveiro.

As a long time member of Afro Bop Alliance, bassist Max Murray shared a Latin Grammy Award and a Grammy nomination for the 2008 album Caribbean Jazz Project with Dave Samuels. The Boston bred musician is a former U.S. Naval Academy Band member.

Saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk has toured many continents since leaving Alberta, Canada and is lauded for his heightened powers on the saxophone. Jazz Times praised his “considerable chops” while MusikReviews.com described his “amazing saxophone playing.” He is a recognized master of modern jazz, hard bop and funk.

Drummer Frank Russo enjoyed a long career with the U.S. Naval Academy Band, and has since won critical praise for his work with many jazz greats. His recordings have gained recognition from Downbeat, Jazz Times and Modern Drummer. He has performed at numerous jazz festivals in North America, Asia, and Europe.

Guitarist Donato Soviero has appeared with numerous groups in the US, Europe and the Caribbean. Like his bandmates, he has performed at all the top Washington, D.C. concert venues. Tom Cole, host of WPFW’S “G Strings” said “Donato's beautiful phrasing and impressive improvising took me aback. He’s one of those real surprises.”

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04.04.2014 - Friday

Tom Mitchell & Friends
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM



$10.00 Cover Charge

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Tom Mitchell & Friends

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04.05.2014 - Saturday

Moody River
7:30 PM - 11:00 PM



$10.00 Cover Charge

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04.06.2014 - Sunday

Raggedy Edge
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Lynn Perdzock is pleased to return to 49 West with partner Bob Farley. Together they are Raggedy Edge, a nationally touring duo of Americana singer-songwriters who have released 2 CDs of original music, with more on the way. They play originals and select covers on guitars, mandolin, harmonica, and hand percussion. Their genre-hopping original music is lyric driven, with strong melodies, lots of harmony, and catchy rhythms; cover songs also span a range of styles, from blues to bluegrass, folk to alt-country, and light rock to swing, appealing to a broad audience. With plenty of song anecdotes and some good-natured ribbing and fun, a Raggedy Edge show journeys through genres, tempos, and emotions to keep your toes tapping and your face smiling. Visit http://www.raggedyedgemusic.com/ to learn more about Raggedy Edge Join them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RaggedyEdgeMusic Follow them on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Raggedy_Edge Watch them on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/raggedyedgemusic Hear them on BandCamp: http://www.raggedyedge.bandcamp.com

$8.00 Cover Charge

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04.06.2014 - Sunday

Gary & Leah
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

GARY WRIGHT & LEAH WEISS play roots-Americana music. Drawing from the traditions of Appalachian old-time and country music, their repertoire is a blend of originals, reinvented traditional songs and tunes, and innovative contemporary covers. Driving fiddle lines and tight harmony singing are trademarks of their sound.

No Cover Charge

Gary & Leah

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04.06.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova in Annapolis? Jonathan Stone brings the amazing sounds of Brazil to 49 West

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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04.07.2014 - Monday

First Monday Songwriters Series
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

On Monday April,7th Skribe and I will be hosting another great night of local singer/songwriters!!! This months showcase will have GATSBY featuring the talented Carrie Neuman from 103.1 WRNR!! We will also have banjo picking Jacob Panic performing from Baltimore MD! Skribe and I will be throwing a few tunes into the mix also! $8 cover 100% goes to the players!!!To make reservations please call 410-626-9796

http://www.reverbnation.com/jacobpanic
https://www.facebook.com/thebandGatsby

$8.00 Cover Charge

First Monday Songwriters Series

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04.08.2014 - Tuesday

Unified Jazz Ensemble
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM

The Unified Jazz Ensemble is a dynamic group of masterful musicians from the USA. This ensemble has years of experience educating and entertaining diverse audiences. This is acoustic jazz, a classic American art form, done to perfection with audience interaction at its best.

$6.00 Cover Charge

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04.09.2014 - Wednesday

Shook/Russo 5tet
8:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Great mix with percussionist Frank Russo and Amy Shook

$10.00 Cover Charge

Shook/Russo 5tet

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04.10.2014 - Thursday

Steve Fidyk
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Led by drummer Steve Fidyk, The Parlour Project is a new ensemble that trends on performing original improvisational music. Fidyk has earned national and international acclaim as a performer, author, and educator. He is a member of The Army Blues Big Band, the Jazz Studies faculty at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA., and a contributing columnist for Modern Drummer Magazine. He has performed and recorded with Wayne Bergeron, John Clayton, Wycliffe Gordon, Tim Hagans, Slide Hampton, Maureen McGovern, James Moody, New York Voices, Dick Oates, Arturo Sandoval, Doc Severinsen, Terell Stafford, Tim Warfield, and Bill Watrous. On tour with Maureen McGovern, Fidyk has performed with orchestras throughout the country, including The Cincinnati Pops, Spokane Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Plano Symphony, The Baltimore Symphony, The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon. His discography as a leader/co-leader includes: Big Kids (U.S. Roots), A Perfect Match (Write Groove), and Live at Blues Alley (OA2). Fidyk can also be heard on over 100 recordings as a contributing artist.

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Steve Fidyk

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04.11.2014 - Friday

Neil Harpe & Eleanor Ellis
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

ELEANOR ELLIS, a native of Louisiana, has performed at clubs, festivals and concerts in the United States, Canada and Europe. She has also traveled and played with the late gospel street singer Flora Molton and bluesman Archie Edwards, and sometimes accompanied Delta Blues great Eugene Powell. She is a founding member of the DC Blues Society and the Archie Edwards Blues Heritage Foundation, has written about the blues for several publications, and is producer and editor of the video documentary Blues Houseparty, which features well-known Piedmont blues musicians such as John Jackson, John Cephas, and Archie Edwards. She also worked at the Archive of New Orleans Jazz at Tulane University in New Orleans, and at the New Orleans Jazz Museum. Her recordings include Comin' a Time on the Patuxent label, Backyard Blues, a CD of solo blues guitar and vocals; Preaching in That Wilderness on the Riverlark label with Bill Ellis and Andy Cohen; appearances on several anthologies, including the 25th Anniversary Kent State Folk Festival collection, Sisterfire: Music by Women, and Archie's Barbershop Blues, released by the Archie Edwards Blues Heritage Foundation; and two recordings with Flora Molton, I Want to Be Ready to Hear God When He Calls, on Mrs. Molton's own Lively Stone label, and Flora Molton, recorded for Radio France.

NEIL HARPE: Neil Harpe is a painter and printmaker. He approaches his work through a variety of media including acrylics, watercolor, Mylar lithography and intaglio printmaking (etching) – often combining several of these media in a single work. Harpe is particularly well known for his marine art: workboats, lighthouses and watermen.
In 1995, Harpe introduced his lifetime’s passion of the blues and of guitars into his art. He painted a series of portraits of famous blues musicians: Blind Boy Fuller, Lonnie Johnson, Memphis Minnie, Blind Lemon Jefferson and more.
Harpe's passion for the blues began at a young age. He learned to play the guitar when he was 12 and inspired by Elvis began as a rock & roller. By the time Neil was in high school, he had discovered the blues! At the age of 17 he perused the Goodwill store every week looking through piles of old 78's, hoping to uncover an old blues record from the 1920's or 30's. While his peers were listening to the Beatles, the Beach Boys and the Rolling Stones, Neil was listening to the blues musicians: Blind Boy Fuller, Lonnie Johnson, Memphis Minnie and Mississippi John Hurt. Harpe has amassed a sizeable collection of “Stella” guitars and has written a book about them. Made between 1900 and 1939, they were the guitars of choice for such blues performers as Charley Patton, Willie Brown and Lead Belly. He has a website devoted to buying, selling and purveying information about these instruments and in 2005 he published “the Stella Guitars Book.”

$10.00 Cover Charge

Neil Harpe & Eleanor Ellis

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04.12.2014 - Saturday

Intimate Jazz
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Robert Redd- piano
Brooks Tegler (drums)
Robert Veen (sax)
Robert Veen is in town from the Netherlands.

$20.00 Cover Charge

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04.13.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova in America? Jonathan Stone brings the amazing sounds of Brazil to 49 West

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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04.14.2014 - Monday

TBA
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM



$10.00 Cover Charge

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04.15.2014 - Tuesday

Uje- Unified Jazz Ensemble
8:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Unified Jazz Ensemble tonight playing tonight at 49 West Coffeehouse with Mike Noonan on marimba and John Pineda on bass. Special guest Tom Lagana playing nylon string exclusively tonight and will be featuring original compositions as well as tunes from Gary Burton, Ralph Towner and John Coltrane among many others.

$6.00 Cover Charge

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Uje- Unified Jazz Ensemble

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04.16.2014 - Wednesday

Starr's Jazz Jam
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

STARR’S JAZZ JAM!! Our popular jam sessions at 49 WEST café continue under the leadership of JOHN STARR, with the help of Dick Glass, Tom Korth & Robert Redd on piano! Bill McHenry continues as our house drummer. And how is this going to work? Well, both Dick, Tom and John play bass and piano, so one of them will always be on bass and they will trade off on other instruments. Local musicians and singers will continue to sit in. It’s an ever-changing show!! Note on the calendar below that STARR’S JAZZ JAM will be the first and third Wednesday nights of each month, all year long!

$10.00 Cover Charge

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04.17.2014 - Thursday

Fred Hughes
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Fred Hughes Trio stops by the 49 West Coffeehouse and Winebar to present the Annapolis debut of their newest recording, In The Mist. The recording contains nine of Fred’s original compositions including the premier of three compositions: In The Mist, I Don't Know and Bill Michel. Also on the recording are three tunes never before recorded by the trio: The Rainman, The Day After and The Morning Calm. These tunes have been recorded by other artists, but this is the first rendition by the composer and his trio. Song for T.H. was recorded in Seoul, Korea for a DVD released in Korea, but this is the first Compact Disc recording by the trio. Out of the Blue and Tokyo Subway were recorded for the 1996 debut recording of the Fred Hughes Trio and are re-recorded here by the current trio which includes Keith Mohler on bass and Frank Russo on drums.

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Fred Hughes

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04.18.2014 - Friday

Izzi Does It
8:30 PM - 11:00 PM

The music of Izzi Does It spans an array of styles including jazz, blues and latin and is reminiscent of the jazz played at New York's Five Spot and Village Vanguard during Cool Jazz Era. When Izzi Does It performs, the music is delivered with soul, conviction and heartfelt emotion. Stimulating rhythms, beautiful melodies and exciting arrangements combine to set this musical group apart from the crowd.

$8.00 Cover Charge

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Izzi Does It

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04.19.2014 - Saturday

John Jensen
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

John Jensen Plays Blues from 5-7 PM every third Saturday.

No Cover Charge

John Jensen

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04.19.2014 - Saturday

The Larry Brown Quintet
7:30 PM - 11:30 PM

2 Shows 7:30 & 9:30pm!

Pianist Larry Brown leads one of the most accomplished straight-ahead jazz groups in the Mid-Atlantic area, having performed at An Die Musik, Blues Alley, the Meyerhoff, the Kennedy Center, the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival, East Coast Jazz Festival, Baltimore-Washington Jazz Fest, Alexandria Jazz Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Jazz Festival, Twins Jazz, Bohemian Caverns, the King Of France Tavern, Montpelier Arts Center, Chris’ Café, the New Haven Lounge, Caton Castle, Strathmore Mansion, and the Black Rock Center for the Arts.
JazzReview.com describes The Larry Brown Quintet as "Straight-ahead jazz at its best, with a forthright approach to well chosen material, supported by first rate soloists and a rock-solid rhythm section." The group’s four CDs receive airplay all over the country, as well as in Brazil, Canada, Russia, and Japan. The band, which reprises the hard-bop style of the legendary Blue Note era, was recognized by the Washington Area Music Association (WAMA) as the Best Jazz Group for 2009. The group’s celebrated release, “Hard Bop Café” was recognized by WAMA as the Best Jazz Recording for 2006 with a Wammie award.
As an undergraduate at Towson University, Larry studied with Stan Kenton’s favorite arranger/composer, Hank Levy. He performed with and composed for the lauded Towson University Jazz Ensemble. With a Bachelors Degree in Music Theory Larry attended graduate school at Catholic University, where he received his Master of Music degree after studying Composition and Electronic Music with the legendary Emerson Myers.
Recognized with Wammie Awards for Best Jazz Group for 2006, 2008, and again for 2009, Larry also received a Wammie for Best Jazz Recording in 2002 for his CD “The Long Goodbye”, recorded at National Public Radio, npr. Larry has appeared on the national jazz cable channel BET On Jazz show “Jazz Discovery” where he won in the instrumentalist category, and has appeared on their show “Jazz Scene” as a featured artist. Larry has also received several Wammie nominations for Best Jazz Instrumentalist, and Best Jazz Recording (“Peace”, “Dryden Street Sessions”).
Washingtonian magazine says, “Larry Brown is a pianist whose rendering of ballads is particularly moving”. The Washington Post calls him “an artist deserving of greater exposure” and says Brown “evokes the master touch”. A post be-bop jazz pianist, Larry lists his major influences as Bill Evans, Wynton Kelly, and Miles Davis.
​The Larry Brown Quintet features Larry Brown on piano, Kent Miller on bass, Greg Holloway on drums, Thad Wilson on trumpet, and Peter Fraize on tenor sax. Larry records exclusively on Lush Life Records and his recordings are produced by Jerry O’Sullivan.

Larry Brown (piano)
Kent Miller (bass)
Jeff Neil (drums)
Thad Wilson (trumpet)
Peter Fraize (tenor sax)

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04.20.2014 - Sunday

Spiral Staircase and Open Read
4:00 AM - 6:00 AM

EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 20...

You are invited to The Spiral Staircase Poetry Reading and Open Read

Sunday, April 20, 4:00 PM to 6PM

Admission is FREE

Wide Open Easter Read – No Featured Poet

Bring your new work, your half-finished work, your old stuff, poems by others. Themes to consider given the day: Death and Resurrection, Freedom or Release (it’s Passover, too), Love, Betrayal, Wandering in the Desert, Worshipping False Gods, Things Learned up on the Mountain, Peeps, Ham, Matzo, Gefilte Fish …

spiralstaircasepoetry@gmail.com

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04.20.2014 - Sunday

Jenn, Larry & Lumpy
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Come on down to 49west - Larry and i'll be singing & playing and hanging out in one of our favorite local places.. there is all kinds of good stuff going there besides this music we're promoting. amazing artwork, food and drinks, people. No cover, just walk on in, seat yourself. - we're in the front room.

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Jenn, Larry & Lumpy

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04.20.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova Jazz brunch!

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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04.21.2014 - Monday

Eric Scott
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM



$10.00 Cover Charge

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04.22.2014 - Tuesday

Unified Jazz Ensemble
8:30 PM - 11:00 PM

This is acoustic jazz, a classic American art form, done to perfection with audience interaction at its best.

$6.00 Cover Charge

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04.24.2014 - Thursday

Cafe Scientific
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Biography: Margaret Palmer brings nearly three decades of scientific expertise to her post as executive director of the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, SESYNC. As professor of entomology at the University of Maryland with a joint appointment at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, she has written over 150 scientific publications and collaborative research grants on the restoration and ecosystem dynamics of streams and rivers. Dr. Palmer spearheaded the development of the first comprehensive database on river and stream restoration in the U.S. and was the lead scientist for the National River Restoration Science Synthesis project. She teaches courses on stream restoration, and stream restoration for engineers, and co-edited Foundations of Restoration Ecology, part of a series of books from the Society For Ecological Restoration.

Dr. Palmer is chair of the international freshwater Diversitas committee, serves on multiple editorial and science advisory boards, has been honored as an AAAS Fellow, an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow, a Lilly Fellow, a University of Maryland Distinguished Scholar Teacher, and is a recipient of the Ecological Society of America’s Distinguished Service Award, as well as a University System of Maryland Board of Regents Distinguished Faculty Award. Dr. Palmer graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BS in biology from Emory University, and from the University of South Carolina with a PhD in coastal oceanography.

Note: The above biographical information was obtained and modified from the SESYNC website, for more information please see: http://www.sesync.org/users/mpalmer

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04.25.2014 - Friday

Dick Rausch
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM



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04.26.2014 - Saturday

American Roots w/ The Basement Band
7:30 PM - 11:00 PM

American Roots Night presents The Basement Band Gary Wright, Leah Weiss, Dean Rosenthal, Tom Fridrich, and Jeff Muller, play the music of Bob Dylan and The Band.

Two shows: 7:30 and 9:30 pm Reservations are strongly recommended.

$12.00 cover For more information: www.garyandleah.com

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American Roots w/ The Basement Band

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04.27.2014 - Sunday

Swing Brothers
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Jazz duo with members of The Unified Jazz Ensemble and guests

No Cover Charge

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Swing Brothers

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04.27.2014 - Sunday

Pillowbook
8:30 PM - 11:00 PM

"pillowbook" is a collaboration between vocalist Joanne Juskus and guitarist Adrian Bond. Special guests also join them monthly

$6.00 Cover Charge

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Pillowbook

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04.27.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova Jazz brunch!

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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04.28.2014 - Monday

The 9 songwriters series
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

"Founded in 2008 by singer/songwriter Justin Trawick, "The 9 Songwriter Series" is a touring live music event based in Washington, DC. The show was created with the idea of nine artists getting together and combining their talents in order to play in nicer clubs and to larger amounts of people. Each installment features nine solo singer/songwriters performing in rotation and often sitting in with each other, providing audiences with a rich, intimate, varied listening experience. Where else can you hear almost 30 songs from nine different artists for only $10? To date, over 100 different artists have participated in "The 9", at shows in DC, Arlington, Bethesda, Baltimore, Annapolis, Philadelphia, New York, Richmond, Charlottesville, Charlotte, Los Angels and San Francisco. Follow and Like "The 9" at www.facebook.com/wearethe9 and www.twitter.com/wearethe9 " or go to www.wearethe9.com.

April 1st line up:
http://www.gazette.net/article/20120124/ENTERTAINMENT/701249999/1020/conversations-with-cody-justin-trawick-chats-about-the-9&template=gazette



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04.29.2014 - Tuesday

Unified Jazz Ensemble
8:30 PM - 12:00 AM

This is acoustic jazz, a classic American art form, done to perfection with audience interaction at its best.

$6.00 Cover Charge

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Unified Jazz Ensemble

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04.30.2014 - Wednesday

Gasworks
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

This Severna Park group plays old, new and in-between music to the beat of distant drums.

Warren Weakley and Ron Ball are retired Air Force and Airline Pilots who have scared literally hundreds of fellow pilots, flight attendants and passengers over the years. Karl Neidhardt on Bass provides some adult leadership and keeps them pointed in the right direction. Joe Dickey assists with Banjo duties on several tunes.

Nowadays these guys have way too much time on their hands and are willing to scare even more friends and patrons with their eclectic and wide-ranging brand of humor and music.

Fasten your seat belts there’s going to be some rough air ahead.

$10.00 Cover Charge

Gasworks

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