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This Month's Featured Artist:

Above the Surface by Patrice Drago

October 2 - 29, 2014


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OCTOBER ART EXHIBITION
October 2 - 29, 2014

Above the Surface by Patrice Drago


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Above the Surface Patrice Drago won her first award for an abstract painting at age nine. But it wasn't until she was 14 and a friend's mother tacked a sheet on the wall from ceiling to floor, handed Patrice some house paint and commanded her to paint that she realized she was an abstract expressionist at heart. Her paintings and series are varied, but there is a constant underlying theme of vivid colors and lightness of spirit. Her inner voice guides her to create works that are stimulating and uplifting. No matter how far out she ventures, she always comes back to nature - water and trees in particular. She was raised in the hotel business, and has lived more places than she can count, but has never lived very far inland because of her need to be as close to the ocean as possible. She spent several years working on cruise ships and slept on deck as often as she could. The work in "Above the Surface" is a reflection of how deeply influenced she is by the earth's bodies of water and the life it presents.

Opening reception is Sunday, October 5th from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

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October 2014

For reservations to all shows, please call 410.626.9796.


10.01.2014 - Wednesday

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

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

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 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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Starr's Jazz Jam

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10.02.2014 - Thursday

Jeff Antoniuk & The Mars 4-Tet
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

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.”

$10.00 Cover Charge

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Jeff Antoniuk & The Mars 4-Tet

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10.03.2014 - Friday

American Roots Night Special Edition!
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

American Roots Night presents Evie Ladin & Keith Terry Duo We're having a special Friday night edition of American Roots Night with a great concert that is not to be missed! Evie Ladin and Keith Terry hail from San Francisco. Evie is a banjo player, step-dancer, singer, and songwriter. The San Francisco Chronicle calls her "a natural entertainer with a gift for infusing folk practices with contemporary verve." Keith is a percussionist/rhythm dancer whose work encompasses a number of allied performance disciplines--music, dance, theatre, performance art--which he brings together to create an artistic vision that defies easy categorization. Expect energetic and electrifying clawhammer banjo, bass, percussive dance, storytelling, and songs both old and new. This will be an intimate evening of old time- and blues- inspired music,hilarious anecdotes, and virtuosic dance performance anchored by Keith's Body Music and Evie's step dancing. Reservations are recommended
http://evieladin.com/bio.html#duo

$12.00 Cover Charge

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American Roots Night Special Edition!

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10.04.2014 - Saturday

Annapolis Fringe Festival
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM

What's this "Fringe" thing?

In the United States, no one organization or individual owns, controls or regulates the name “Fringe.” There are no national rules for how each individual festivals operate; the festivals’ content, finances and structure vary from city to city. Generally, however, all the festivals are committed to an open forum of expression that minimizes the financial risks for both artists and audiences. Fringes strive to keep application fees and ticket prices low so that more people can participate.

It focuses on the performing arts: Theater, dance, puppetry, spoken word and the like, make up the Fringe core. Festivals often include film and visual arts elements. Fringes don't have a focus on a single discipline or genre -- they are a performing-arts
It's uncensored: No one gets too fussy about swears or nudity.
It's easy to participate: Ticket prices are low for audiences and production fees are low for artists. Show selection varies and is open to participation by the gamut of amateurs to professionals. It's rapid-fire: Typically, tech is minimal and time is a factor. Shows are often kept brief (Fringes most frequently have shows right around 30 minutes in length) and technical requirements are kept simple, i.e. minor sets, streamlined cues, and nothing elaborate.

It all started in 1947 in Edinburgh, Scotland...
Fringe performing arts festivals can now be found all over the world.

Think fun culture...
The festivals are committed to an open forum of expression that minimizes the financial risks for both artists and audiences. Fringe Festivals strive to keep application fees and ticket prices low in order that more people can participate, share, learn, and enjoy.

What's the Annapolis Fringe Festival? Think fun culture! This one-day event features performances for families during the day. Adult performances take over the venues as day falls into night. Where's the 2014 Annapolis Fringe Festival?

It starts on historic Church Circle, goes down Gallery Row, through the Arts District and ends at Westgate Circle. From circle to circle you'll find restaurants, night spots, galleries, shops and a few vacant retail spaces along the route are occupied with challenging and exciting fringe events.

Who are the "Fringe" artists? Artists range from first-timers to nationally known names.
fyi: artists love sponsors! Please consider becoming a sponsor for the event, for a single venue, or for your own favorite artist. Sponsor or donate now.

$5.00 Cover Charge

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Annapolis Fringe Festival

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10.05.2014 - 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

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Gary & Leah

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10.05.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova Jazz brunch!

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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10.05.2014 - Sunday

First Sunday Arts Festival
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Mark your calendars for First Sunday Arts on Historic West Street, DTA It's Street Festivals, an Art Market, an Entertainment Venue and a Arts and Craft Fair all rolled into One Fun First Sunday Arts Festival. LAST ONE FOR THE YEAR!!

It's the place to be in Annapolis, Maryland on the First Sunday of Every Month (May-October)

12:00 noon to 5:00 pm

Free Admission

Easy Parking ~ Park next to the festival at the Whitmore Garage

May 4, June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, October 5,

No Cover Charge

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10.06.2014 - Monday

First Monday Singer Songwriter Showcase
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

First Mondays of every month @ 49west Skribe and Alex Peters will be performing and hosting a night of great music featuring awesome songwriters. Details will be provided on the website link.

$8.00 Cover Charge

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First Monday Singer Songwriter Showcase

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10.07.2014 - Tuesday

UJE-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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UJE-Unified Jazz Ensemble

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10.08.2014 - Wednesday

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

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The Shook/Russo Quintet has been working together for nearly 10 years in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area. Their focus has always been to compose and perform their own original music within the jazz idiom, honoring the masters by carrying on the tradition. The group has developed an incredible and unique sound by merging the diverse backgrounds of each of these fine musicians into one voice. The result is a whirlwind of grooves, melodies, and diverse textures that are a true delight to hear."

$10.00 Cover Charge

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Shook/ Russo 5tet

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10.09.2014 - Thursday

Steve Fidyk's Parlour Project
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

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.

$10.00 Cover Charge

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Steve Fidyk's Parlour Project

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10.10.2014 - Friday

Angie Miller, Meg Murray & Friends
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Angie Miller, Meg Murray, Ben Grant and Jim Cunningham. The four-piece band will be playing a mix of jazz standards, pop tunes, and originals -- think Meg and Angie throwing a party and inviting Frank Sinatra, Chet Baker, Nora Jones, Nat King Cole, Leonard Cohen, Madeleine Peyroux, and Corrinne Bailey Rae. And most importantly, a good time will be had by all!

Don't forget: this is a small room, and tables fill up quickly. Be sure to make reservations! Call (410) 626-9796. Show starts at 8pm

$10.00 Cover Charge

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10.11.2014 - Saturday

Intimate Jazz
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

STEF SCAGGIERI - PIANO JAZZ!
“Intimate Jazz”
Stef is our longest performing piano jazz artist here in Annapolis! He plays, he sings and his artistry is superb! Stef’s special guest is jazz guitarist STEVE ABSHIRE. Stef’s shows always sell out, so call now for your seat!
RESERVATIONS: 410-626-9796

$20.00 Cover Charge

Intimate Jazz

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10.12.2014 - Sunday

The Swing Brothers
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Jazz duo with two members of Unified Jazz Ensemble

No Cover Charge

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10.12.2014 - Sunday

Big Foot
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

elusive jazz fowler.noonan.thompson

$6.00 Cover Charge

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10.12.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova Jazz brunch!

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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10.13.2014 - Monday

2nd Monday Songwriters Showcase with Angie MIller, Tom Fridrich, & Friends
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

2nd Monday at 49 Songwriter series hosted by Angie Miller and Tom Fridrich w/ special guests Meg Murray and Steve Lowe of August West.

$10.00 Cover Charge

2nd Monday Songwriters Showcase with Angie MIller, Tom Fridrich, & Friends

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10.14.2014 - Tuesday

Unified Jazz Ensemble CD Release!
8:00 PM - 12:00 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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Unified Jazz Ensemble CD Release!

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10.15.2014 - Wednesday

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

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

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 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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Starr's Jazz Jam

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10.16.2014 - Thursday

Fred Hughes Trio
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Fred Hughes has performed, conducted and presented workshops nationally and internationally for over three decades. His early training includes keyboards and low brass in community bands and jazz ensembles across his home state of Pennsylvania. By age 25, Fred had long been recognized as an up and coming conductor and world class jazz pianist for his work with the First Army Band, Fort Meade, Maryland and the Eighth Army Band in Seoul, Korea.

An avid educator, Fred has taught at the middle and high school levels and was Assistant Director of Jazz Studies at Shepherd College. He has presented workshops and clinics at conferences for the International Association of Jazz Educators (IAJE), Music Educators National Conference (MENC), Maryland Music Educators Association (MMEA), Texas Bandmasters Association (TBA) and the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic. His book, The Jazz Pianist: Left Hand Voicings and Chord Theory is published by Alfred Publications. Hughes has performed with the Baltimore and Chicago Symphony Orchestras as well as jazz greats Claudio Roditi, Al Cohn, Arturo Sandoval, Roy Hargrove, Bill Watrous, and Toots Thielemans. As a conductor, he has directed the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, the Atlanta and Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestras, Washington and Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestras, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and was musical director for the Three Mo’ Tenors.

$10.00 Cover Charge

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Fred Hughes Trio

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10.17.2014 - Friday

Mary Alouette & The DJams
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

2 SHOWS 7pm & 9pm! Call 410-626-9796 to make your reservations for one or both show times!

Mary Alouette has a certain je-ne-sais-quoi about her, and just might be New York City’s best-kept swag songstress secret. Alouette’s latest musical incarnation, the Lark, blends sounds of traditional gypsy jazz with electronic beats and was released in July 2013. She released her debut EP, Midas, in April 2012.
Alouette won Washington Area Music Association’s 2013 P.A.S.S. Songwriting Competition’s Grand Prize for her song Lionheart, as well as WAMA’s New Artist of the Year 2012 and Debut Recording 2012 (Midas). Her song, O, Be I Your Bluebird, placed as a finalist in the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Competition.
Her voice bears both tone and control earned through opera training and the emotional connection of a jazz and soul singer. Also a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Mary has laid the groundwork for a fresh, distinctive, and unforgettable sound.
Her songs, which she composes under the name Alarke, are full of infectious melodies and dangerous rhythms, and blend floating, jazzy vocals with poignant lyrics.
Manipulation of electronic beats, synth pads, acoustic bass lines, and glitchy textures shapes a modern orchestration under the gypsy jazz guitar’s hot rhythms and haunting acoustic licks.
Alouette has worked as an assistant audio engineer and producer at ishlab, a music studio in Brooklyn. She started the position in an effort to brave her naïveté when it came to music production and to further explore her love for electronic music. After practicing mixing and recording techniques, she was quickly offered the opportunity to work independently on projects and assist in sessions with major label artists. In 2011-2012, Alouette held an Artist-in-Residence position at Strathmore Center for the Performing Arts in Maryland, among a select handful of rising young musical artists. This provided her the opportunity to work with national and international musicians, as well as industry professionals. She concluded her residency with performances on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage and at Strathmore Hall. Performance has always been a part of Mary’s personal expression, nurtured by her childhood in musical theatre, choral performances of Mahler and Beethoven at Carnegie Hall, and singing the National Anthem for the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals. The decision to pursue opera at McGill University in Montreal, then and in Austria and the Italian Alps, began as a motivation to build her voice. She also soon immersed herself in Montreal’s diverse, lively, electronic and world music scenes and worked with digital composers while at McGill. Mary also has taken to street art, bombing stencils as a visual representation of her music. An authentic vision has materialized and it’s made a strong impression.

$20.00 Cover Charge

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Mary Alouette & The DJams

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10.18.2014 - 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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10.18.2014 - Saturday

Her, Him & I
9:00 PM - 12:00 AM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

Her, Him & I.....acoustic americana!

$10.00 Cover Charge

Her, Him & I

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10.19.2014 - Sunday

The Befuddlers
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Jenn Reichwein Byrne, Larry Byrne & Pete Reichwein (aka Lumpy) bring on the great sounds of stand up bass, dobro, guitar and sultry vocals to entertain your Sunday afternoon.

No Cover Charge

The Befuddlers

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10.19.2014 - Sunday

The Spiral Staircase Poetry Reading and Open Read
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

10.19.2014 -- Sunday

Spiral Staircase Poetry Reading and Open Read 4 PM - 6 PM
THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE POETRY READING AND OPEN READ takes place on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
Come and read 3 poems or read for 5 minutes--whichever is briefer. Read your own original work or someone else's.

Our featured poets this month are Michael Gushue and Michael Ratcliffe. Michael Gushue runs the nano-press Beothuk Books and is co-founder of Poetry Mutual, a poetry incubator that sponsors events, publishes books and builds community among writers and audiences. His work has appeared online and in print, most recently in the journal Gargoyle and the online journals Locuspoint and Beltway Poetry Quarterly. His books are Gathering Down Women, from Pudding House Press and Conrad from Souvenir Spoon Books. He lives in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC. Michael Ratcliffe is a geographer who lives and writes between Washington and Baltimore. After a long hiatus in which he channeled his creativity into memos, academic papers, and Federal Register notices, He began writing poetry again. His poems have appeared in various print and on-line journals, including Free State Review, Loch Raven Review, Deep South Magazine, Symmetry Pebbles, and You Are Here: The Journal of Creative Geography. When he's not writing, he can be found bicycling throughout central Maryland or in his garden. He lives in North Laurel with his wife, three sons, and two cats.
For more information, email Spiralstaircasepoetry@gmail.com, or visit the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/714938621897042/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming FREE

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10.19.2014 - Sunday

Sunday Supper & Jazz with Todd Marcus
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Bass Clarinetist Todd Marcus Brings Quartet to 49 West Cafe

Award-winning Baltimore jazz artist Todd Marcus comes to Annapolis on Sunday, October 19 as part of the Joe Byrd Jazz Series at 49 West Café. This performance features his critically acclaimed quartet and will include selections from the group’s 2012 album, Inheritance, selected by NPR as one of the top jazz albums of that year.

Marcus has gained national recognition in the jazz world as the leader of both big band and smaller ensembles. In the last decade the bass clarinetist and composer has received many accolades. In 2013 and 2014, he was selected as a rising star in DownBeat Magazine’s annual critics poll. Earlier this year, the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) awarded him the $25,000 Mary Sawyers Baker prize. They’ll feature his work in a 2015 exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

The Todd Marcus quartet features Marcus on bass clarinet and clarinet, Allyn Johnson on piano, James King on bass and Eric Kennedy on drums. For the 49 West concert. The group will share jazz favorites and introduce some new sounds to please the jazz loving audience.

Highlights include “Message to Prez,” a composition by multi-instrumentalist Bennie Maupin, known for his collaborations with Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock, and distinguished by his use of the bass clarinet. Marcus performed this piece with Maupin in a 2012 concert and reprises it for the 49 West show. The quartet will play Marcus arrangements of beloved standards such as “How Deep Is the Ocean,” and “Bye Bye Blackbird.” From the Inheritance album, they’ll perform “Herod” and “Solstice.” Those tunes show another side of the artist. Although his compositions draw largely on straight-ahead jazz and classical influences he has increasingly explored the Middle-Eastern sounds from his Egyptian-American heritage. (He’ll delve deeper into that theme on his upcoming album, Blues for Tahir, on Hypnotic Records.)

$20.00 Cover Charge

Sunday Supper & Jazz with Todd Marcus

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10.19.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova Jazz brunch!

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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10.20.2014 - Monday

ITZALLGOODEMUSIC
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

ITZ ALL GOODE MUSIC Presents Lauren Ruth Ward/ Sheron Brown & Jim Buckley/ Jill Janota Davolio & Don Davolio and hosted be Eric Scott. Please call 410-626-9796 to reserve your seat!

$10.00 Cover Charge

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10.21.2014 - Tuesday

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

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10.22.2014 - Wednesday

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

Greetings Everyone! You're invited to come out this THURSDAY, to hear the Shook/Russo 5tet! As you know, we are normally featured on the second Wednesdays of every month, but we will be groovin' *AGAIN* (yes!) this coming Thursday for the month of August. Come cool off with some great jazz and great food!

Amy Shook, bass
Pat Shook, tenor sax
Frank Russo, drums
Tim Leahey, trumpet

$10.00 Cover Charge

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Shook/Russo 5tet

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10.23.2014 - Thursday

Private Event
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM



No Cover Charge

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10.24.2014 - Friday

Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition

$10.00 Cover Charge

Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition

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10.25.2014 - Saturday

Americano Roots Night With The Backroads Band
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796

American Roots Night presents The Backroads Band

One of the Washington area's top honky tonk bands, The Backroads Band plays classic country music like it was played back then. Their sound is vintage country from the 1940s-1970s, plus original roots songs written in that early country style. Reservations are recommended
http://users.rcn.com/fredfeinstein/karen/backroadsband.html

$12.00 Cover Charge

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Americano Roots Night With The Backroads Band

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10.26.2014 - Sunday

Pillowbook
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

"pillowbook" is a collaboration between vocalist Joanne Juskus and guitarist Adrian Bond and various guests

$6.00 Cover Charge

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Pillowbook

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10.26.2014 - Sunday

Jonathan Stone
10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Bossa Nova Jazz brunch!

No Cover Charge

Jonathan Stone

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10.27.2014 - Monday

The 9 Songwriters Series
7:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Here is the line up for Monday October 27th:

Justin Trawick
Brandon Hardesty
Shawn Owen
Jimi Davies
Angela Charles
Michael Kelly
Jordan Sokel
Tobias Russell
Madeline Glumsic

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 60 different artists have participated in "The 9", at events in DC, Arlington, Bethesda, Baltimore, Annapolis, New York City, Richmond, Charlottesville, Charlotte, and Philadelphia. Follow and Like "The 9" at www.facebook.com/wearethe9 and www.twitter.com/wearethe9. If you want to see "The 9" in your city, let us know!

$10.00 Cover Charge

The 9 Songwriters Series

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10.28.2014 - Tuesday

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

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10.29.2014 - Wednesday

Susan Jones Trio
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Susan Jones is a versatile free-lance violinist, who plays styles ranging from classical to jazz, with many stops along the way, including: rock, country, klezmer and mariachi. She has brought her classical music to Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Centerand the National Gallery of Art Terrace Cafe. Her jazz venues include the One Step Down, the Corcoran Jazz Series and Blues Alley. A graduate of the University of Maryland, she has worked as a full-time musician since 1978.

$6.00 Cover Charge

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10.30.2014 - Thursday

Cafe Scientific
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS AT 410-626-9796



No Cover Charge

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10.30.2014 - Thursday

Gasworks
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM



$10.00 Cover Charge

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10.31.2014 - Friday

Izzi Does It
8:00 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.

$10.00 Cover Charge

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Izzi Does It

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