Saturday, December 2nd: The Stith Bros
Get ready to be transported through the golden era of jazz as The Velvet Note jazz club proudly presents The Stith Bros on Saturday, December 2nd. Brothers Marc and Mike Stith, with a musical partnership dating back to 1989, have become synonymous with velvety-smooth baritone renditions that pay homage to the timeless classics of Jazz and The Great American Songbook.
Having graced stages in Jazz festivals, nightclubs, and private engagements across the globe, The Stith Bros are set to bring their unparalleled musicality to the intimate setting of The Velvet Note. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, the brothers have cultivated a sound that transcends borders, taking audiences on a journey that spans from the heart of the South to the enchanting vibes of Montreal, Canada, and beyond.
What sets The Stith Bros apart is not just their seamless musical synergy, but their ability to breathe new life into some of the greatest compositions ever crafted in the realm of jazz. With velvety-smooth baritone treatments, they infuse each note with a depth of emotion and sophistication that captivates listeners and pays homage to the rich heritage of jazz.
As you step into The Velvet Note on December 2nd, be prepared for an evening that is both a celebration of musical mastery and a journey through the iconic sounds that have defined an era. The Stith Bros’ performance promises to be a soul-stirring experience, as they skillfully navigate the nuances of jazz standards and classic American tunes.
Whether you’re a jazz aficionado or someone looking to discover the magic of timeless melodies, The Stith Bros’ performance is a must-see event. Secure your tickets now for an evening of musical elegance, where the brothers’ velvety-smooth baritone and their reverence for the classics will transport you to a bygone era of sophistication and style. Don’t miss the chance to witness The Stith Bros live at The Velvet Note on December 2nd!
Saturday, December 9th: Grant Green Jr. Presents “Thank You Mr. Bacharach”
Embark on a musical journey that seamlessly weaves jazz virtuosity and timeless melodies as Grant Green Jr. takes center stage at The Velvet Note jazz club on Saturday, December 9th. The eldest son of the legendary jazz guitarist Grant Green, Gregory Green, professionally known as Grant Green Jr., presents “Thank You Mr. Bacharach” – a tribute to the iconic composer Burt Bacharach.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Grant Green Jr. has carved his own path in the world of jazz guitar, following in the footsteps of his esteemed father. With a career that spans decades and collaborations with luminaries like Bernard Purdie and Reuben Wilson in the group Masters of Groove, Green Jr. is a force to be reckoned with in the jazz scene.
“Thank You Mr. Bacharach,” released this summer, showcases Grant Green Jr.’s exceptional talent and innovative arrangements. The performance features six fresh interpretations of some of Burt Bacharach’s most popular compositions, infused with Green Jr.’s unique style. The setlist also includes a couple of off-the-beaten-path pieces, adding an extra layer of flair to the evening.
Burt Bacharach, an American composer, songwriter, record producer, and pianist, remains one of the most influential figures in 20th-century popular music. Grant Green Jr. pays homage to Bacharach’s legacy, reimagining his timeless tunes with a fresh and contemporary twist.
In a nod to his iconic father, Grant Green Jr. and his quartet will also grace the stage with selections made famous by the legendary Grant Green. The evening promises to be a celebration of musical heritage, where the past and present converge in a harmonious blend of jazz mastery.
Join us at The Velvet Note on December 9th for an unforgettable night of jazz excellence. Grant Green Jr.’s “Thank You Mr. Bacharach” is not just a performance; it’s a heartfelt tribute that invites you to experience the magic of two musical legacies intertwined. Secure your tickets now for an evening of soul-stirring melodies and virtuoso guitar performances that will leave you with a profound appreciation for the art of jazz.