These four musicians are musical chameleons who can move crowds in small jazz clubs, big rock clubs and performing arts theaters. JFJO may be dropping jaws while opening up for Sound Tribe Sector 9 or they may be receiving multiple standing ovations while opening up for Al Di Meola – all in the same week of touring. They have been celebrated by the jazz world – playing regularly at NYC’s Blue Note and the now defunct Tonic, in some of Europe’s biggest jazz theaters, and appearing in major jazz magazines such as Downbeat and JazzTimes – but they also have found success and audiences in the jam scene – playing large festivals and performing with the likes of Steve Kimock and Les Claypool. 2008 found JFJO winning a Guinness jazz Award for their performance at the Cork Jazz Festival in Ireland, and performing festivals such as the 40th Umea Jazz Festival in Sweden, and the prestigious Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island.
With songs like ‘Cruel to be Kind’, ‘ So It Goes’, ‘What’s So Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding’ Nick Lowe has been making some of the smartest and hookiest songs on the planet. As a highly respected singer, songwriter, and producer, Nick Lowe continues to be one of rock’s most influential musicians.
If you don’t know Jorma, you don’t know Jack’ Truer words were never spoken in the rock and roll world. For over 40 years, Jorma and Jack have been making some incredible music. Join us for 2 big sets of great Tuna music
Side project of The Slip featuring singer/songwriter Nathan Moore. This electro/folk ensemble mixes Americana/blues/folk and rock into an intoxicating musical stew. Great chops, songs and lotsa attitude.
Dirty Dozen Brass Band, BeauSoleil avec Michel Doucet, Hot Club of Cowtown, Seth Walker, Miss Tes and the Bon Ton Parade, Ryan Fitzsimmons, Danielle Miraglia and Marc Douglas Berardo perform live at the 8th Annual Narrows Festival of the Arts.
A FREE Event for the whole family!
Visit the Narrows Festival webpage for details.
It is on Howlin’ Wolf’s early- to mid-’60s recordings for Chess Records that Hubert Sumlin’s guitar playing crossed the line between impressive and legendary. Listen to, ‘Built For Comfort,’ ‘Shake For Me,’ ‘300 Pounds of Joy,’ ‘Louise,’ ‘Goin’ Down Slow,’ ‘Killing Floor,’ and ‘Wang Dang Doodle.’ How did this grinning genius come up with these original, emotional, Hell-to-Heaven guitar parts? Fortunately, we don’t need to know to enjoy them. On his first visit to the Narrows, he will be backed by The Nighthawks. who have earned a reputation as one of the best and hardest working bands around. They have gotten their widest acclaim for being one of the first and best white boy blues bands of their generation, and for putting on a great live show