Jim Sadler is a local jazz guitarist and composer. He has been in multiple bands, rock and jazz. Jim Sadler was a featured performer of the 2012 Buford Jazz Festival. He currently plays with his twin brother Scott at Einstein’s on Juniper Street. The Sadler Jazz Duo plays for brunch every Sunday. He is also one of the house guitarists for the jazz jam session at the Velvet Note on Thursdays, which allows him to play with many jazz instrumentalists and vocalists around town. Jim is currently developing his own brand of original jazz through his influences of funk, blues, jam and jazz. He will be recording his first solo record this spring with an anticipated release in the fall of 2013.
Jim has been playing and studying guitar for 20 years. He graduated Atlanta Institute of Music with honors in 1999. He has also studied with Dan Baraszu, and Rick Burgess and was a participant of the master classes of Corey Christiansen, Jimmy Herring (Widespread Panic), and Lionel Loueke (Herbie Hancock). Jim Sadler graduated cum laude from Kennesaw State University in 2010 with a Bachelor’s of Music Degree in Jazz Guitar Performance where he studied with guitarist Trey Wright and played in several ensembles including KSU Big Bands directed by Sam Skelton and Wes Funderburk.
Showtimes: 7:00pm and 9:00pm Admission: $20.