Music City's Authentic Jazz Club

Serving classic New Orleans prohibition cocktails, local brews, and New Orleans cuisine.
HAPPY HOUR SPECIALS
Mondays: 5-7pm $6 Wells ~ 9pm-close $7 Cuba Libres
Wednesdays: 5-7pm $6 Wells, $4 Yazoo Drafts
Thursdays: 5-7pm $8 Sazeracs, French 75, Daquiris
Sunday: 5pm-12am $8 Wines (Cab, Malbec, Pinot Grigio), $1 off all drafts

Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"

Celebrate both sides of LOVE on Valentine's Day! Whether a Valentine or an Anti-Valentine, enjoy sultry ballads of love and murder while enjoying libations and savory treats!

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Celebrate Fat Tuesday on February 21 at Rudy’s Jazz Room with The Rougarou Horns Brass Band and Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler. Drink specials & our authentic New Orleans cuisine including specials like Chef Braden's Jambalaya, our famous chicken andouille & shrimp gumbo, red beans and rice, King Cake, beignets and more! We will bring the party and the beads, you just bring yourself for a night of guaranteed fun!!


TONIGHT'S SHOWS
Lisa Stewart And Her Jazz Combo
6:00pm-8:15pm, $15 at the door
Lisa Stewart, a native Mississippian, takes the listener back in time with sound that you’d expect to hear at a 1940’s jazz club in New York City.

The daughter of folk artist (potter), Frank Stewart and mother Earline, a classically trained pianist, she has always been surrounded by the arts. One could say she has mud and music in her veins.

Stewart moved to Nashville after receiving The Roy Acuff scholarship to study music at Belmont University. During her senior year, she was making plans to attend Julliard in NYC when Byron Gallimore recorded a jazz piano demo on Stewart. By that afternoon, Stewart’s effortless, four octave voice had four major labels vying for her to join their roster. She signed as the first new female artist at BNA, a division of RCA, and recorded two albums for the label, touring the U.S. and Europe.

Television producer, the late Jim Owens, was so impressed with Stewart’s charisma and well spoken interview as a guest on one of his TV shows, he offered her the co-host seat of the nationally syndicated entertainment news show, #1 Country. This opportunity opened the door to Stewart’s career in national television and the silver screen.

Stewart has appeared in several films and has shared scenes with Oscar winners Gwyneth Paltrow (“County Strong”) and Melissa Leo (“Novitiate”-Sundance Award winner).

Stewart is also a BMI award winning songwriter (“Sky Full of Angels” Reba McEntire), has written for movie soundtracks and is passionate about creating music in multiple genres.

With her stellar combo, captivating stage presence and a voice as smooth as Tupelo honey, it’s a show you don’t want to miss!
Regi Wooten & Friends
9:00pm-11:15pm, $15 at the door
Known as “The Teacha”, Regi Wooten is one of the most innovative, talented and dynamic musicians around the scene, and has pushed the boundaries of jazz, funk, soul, R&B, rock, and even bluegrass to some of the most extreme musical limits. From picking, slapping, strumming, thumping, and tapping to some of the most ear bending advanced chords you’ll hear on any instrument, Regi has earned world-wide notoriety and comparisons to other innovators such as Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa and Chuck Berry. Perfecting, creating and discovering new techniques and jazz theory while incorporating and layering into strong funk grooves for keen listeners to uncover and pick up on is one of his many notable fortes.

At only nine years old Regi started teaching his younger brother Victor Wooten bass guitar and Joseph Wooten keyboards, and soon the Wooten Brothers Band was formed featuring; Regi on ukelele, Roy on drums, Rudy on Saxophone, Joe on Keys and Victor on bass. Regi was ten years old at the time, Roy was nine, Rudy was eight, Joseph was five and Victor was two. The rest, as they say, is Musical History.

Assembling a cast of Nashville's best, Regi Wooten and Friends dig deep into the roots of funk, jazz, blues, rock, and soul. You never know who might jump on stage! Don't miss a beat!


UPCOMING SHOWSFULL CALENDAR
Feb 9
Hot Club Gypsy Jazz Thursdays; Rudy’s French Connection
6:00pm-8:15pm central, $12 at the door
Hot Club Gypsy Jazz Thursdays; Rudy’s French Connection

Every Thursday we honor our New Orleans and French roots and Rudy’s comes alive with a variety of small groups in the style of gypsy jazz swing. We bring you music inspired by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli with "Hot Club" gypsy jazz swing. Known for fierce tempos and effortless improvisation, our Hot Club Gypsy Thursdays are sure to entertain, inspire, and bring you back to some authentic "jazz manouche" with groups either led or curated by New Orleans LA native Brook Sutton.

There’s no better place to chill, cozy up and relax after work. Enjoy $8 French Quarter inspired cocktails (Sazerac, French 75, Daquiris from 5pm-7pm), 1/2 priced beignets, have a glass of Côtes du Rhône, and enjoy some gumbo while listening to the rhythm and mood of hot club jazz in Nashville’s most intimate and romantic room.
Shawn Maxwell Album Release Tour
9:00pm-11:15pm central, $15 at the door
As a composer, recording artist and performer, saxophonist Shawn Maxwell has endeavored to express his own unique voice. From his latest album Millstream (Jazzline, 2020) to his debut Originals (self-released, 2005), he has released nine albums of original compositions. The traditions of jazz form the foundation for Shawn’s music; he builds on that with material from the music he grew up with – rock, funk, hip hop, R&B, classical. The result, as Hrayr Attarian wrote in Chicago Jazz Magazine, “is refreshingly distinct yet recognizably Maxwellian”. He’s not intent on following any rules – or on breaking them – but on continually expanding what his music encompasses.

For the past four years, Shawn has been touring the U.S. with his quintet Shawn Maxwell’s New Tomorrow. Their first album, Shawn Maxwell’s New Tomorrow (OA2/Origin, 2016), was named one of Downbeat Magazine’s “Best Albums of 2017”. The follow-up, Music in My Mind (OA2/Origin, 2018), was highly praised by critics and enthusiastically received by radio stations. It was chosen as a Downbeat Magazine Editor’s Pick in June 2018.

Shawn Maxwell’s Alliance (Chicago Sessions, 2014) was the eponymous album from another of his projects. A ten-piece ensemble including voice, two French horns, two upright basses and vibraphone, they were praised by jazz critics (another Downbeat Editor’s Pick) and named on several “best of the year” lists. So unusual was the music that publications as diverse as Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange picked it up; “Not exactly the sort of band you're likely to hear in anyone's notion of the mainstream and thus highly attractive to progressive ears”.

Alliance followed up with an E.P. later that year, Bridge (Chicago Sessions, 2014), which expanded on the sound of the group. “…a brief album full of rich musical ideas, colorful passages, and unique musical constructs.” said Dan Bilawky (AllAboutJazz.com).

“This is bold music. Maxwell isn’t afraid to try out new ideas and take chances.” - Frank Alkyer, Downbeat Magazine

“Nobody writes like this.” - Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune

“…a composer who’s confident in his artistic vision, and comfortable with the wide array of colors on his instrumental palette.” - Bobby Reed, Downbeat Magazine

“…jaunty, angular melodies, deceptive time signatures, and metronomic rhythm arrangements – sound as if inhabited by the ghost of Zappa…” - Neil Tesser

“These days, Shawn Maxwell sounds like Shawn Maxwell, and that’s a great thing...” - Paul Abella, Chicago Jazz Magazine

“an exciting figure on the Chicago jazz landscape” - Michael Barris, Downbeat Magazine
Feb 10
Pat Coil Trio
5:30pm-7:15pm central, $14 at the door
Pianist Pat Coil has toured Japan, South America, Europe and the U.S. with such artists as Michael McDonald, Carmen McCrae, Olivia Newton John, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Woody Herman and many others. Pat has recorded with many artists including Natalie Cole, Trisha Yearwood, Ernie Watts, Carmen McCrae, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Kenny Rogers, Travis Tritt, Peter Cetera, Woody Herman, Scott Henderson, and Michael McDonald.

During his L.A. years, Pat played on many movie and TV scores, including Star Trek - Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Murphy Brown, Dionne Warwick & Friends, Growing Pains, Major Dad, Spencer For Hire, The Grammy Awards and many more. He played for various artists on the Tonight Show, Arsenio Hall, & Conan O’Brien. Living now in Nashville TN, Pat continues his successful career composing, recording, performing, producing, arranging and teaching. He has composed, produced and performed on hundreds of underscores heard on a variety of media all over the world. Pat taught jazz piano, combos, and improvisation at Middle Tennessee State University, and was an Associate Professor of Jazz Studies at the University Of North Texas.

Pat has recorded six solo jazz albums of his own, the third one being a collaboration with Lyle Mays. “True North” and his new album “Birdhouse” are available at patcoil.com, cdbaby.com and I-Tunes. Pat currently tours with Michael McDonald and Lynda Carter. He also makes numerous appearances with his own group. Pat has a new release of his original music, “Music For Humans….and Other Species”. For more information, please visit patcoil.com.

Jacob Jezioro is a bassist, composer and educator involved in improvised music as well as Western classical forms. As an undergrad at Indiana University, Jacob studied contrabass under Kurt Muroki and jazz with professor Jeremy Allen. During this time, notable experience included performances alongside Walter Smith III, Becca Stevens and Kurt Rosenwinkel, and orchestral playing in the JSOM Opera Theater.

Danny Gottlieb is one of the most popular drummers in jazz and contemporary music. Although best known as the drummer in the original Pat Metheny Group, during the past 30 years Danny has performed and recorded with some of the world's greatest musicians. They include: Bobby McFerrin, Sting, John McLaughlin, Gil Evans, Gary Burton, Stan Getz, Chick Corea, David Byrne, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Gerry Mulligan, Clark Terry, Al Di Meola, The Blues Brothers Band, Booker T and the MGs, Jeff Berlin, Lew Soloff, Michael Franks, Mark Egan, Mike Stern, Dr. John, the NDR Big Band, WDR Big Band, HR Big Band, GRP Big Band, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra, the George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, and many more. He is featured on more than 300 CDs to date, including four Grammy Award Winners.
Bruce Dudley Quartet featuring Jerome Kimbrough, with Jim Ferguson & Marc Widenhofer
8:00pm-10:15pm central, $18 at the door
Bruce Dudley Quartet featuring Jerome Kimbrough, with Jim Ferguson & Marc Widenhofer

Bruce Dudley is a Steinway Concert Artist and has been performing jazz piano for over 40 years on concert stages, in clubs, and private residences throughout North and South America. He specializes in the Great American Songbook, as well as in the rich history of American jazz styles, from Ragtime and Stride to Modernism, Post Modernism, and performance of original music. In addition to his work as a solo artist, he leads a trio, quartet, and larger ensembles, with horns and/or strings, while also enlisting the award winning voice of his wife, Sandra Dudley. An active educator, Dudley has presented clinics across Canada, the United States, and in Colombia, South America. His recordings as a leader include DPSW Quartet - Live at the Cave (2019), The Solo Sessions (2012), Mostly Monk (2010), and Semblance (1997).

Dudley has also performed with artists Aretha Franklin, Crystal Gayle, Nelson Riddle Orchestra, Herb Ellis, Randy Brecker, Little Anthony and the Imperials, the Ink Spots, and has played keyboards for over 35 touring Broadway shows, including Beautiful, Wicked, Jersey Boys, Guys and Dolls, Grease, Fiddler on the Roof, Legally Blonde, among others. He has published articles for Downbeat magazine and presented scholarly research at conferences in the Netherlands, Canada, and the United States. His book 25 Piano Etudes in Idiomatic Styles was published in 2021 by Keuka Waters Music. Dudley is Associate Professor of Music at Belmont University and adjunct teacher of jazz piano at Vanderbilt University. He has a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Colorado, a Master of Music in Jazz Performance from the Eastman School of Music, and a Bachelor of Science in Music Business and Technology from New York University.

"Dudley’s well-schooled piano style is guided by dominant but subtle right-hand figures that galvanize one of the most cohesive trios in town." THE NASHVILLE SCENE

"Dudley, whose fluent lines jet around the keyboard, absorbing motifs into the stream, without a split second of hesitation, at any point of rhythm in the bar, are stunning to listen to…" HALIFAX CHRONICLE HERALD

"Dudley plays the piano with such grace and authority that he has quietly become the pianists that other pianists go to hear." HOUSTON POST

"As the leader, Dudley set the evening’s tone with a supple, rich blend of assertive melodic statements, delightful accompaniment, first-rate phrasing, counterpoint and harmonizing." Ron Wynn - ArtsNash

Jerome Kimbrough plays guitar, loves to improvise, teaches Jazz guitar in the Jazz Studies program at Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music, Teaches Advanced Guitar for Songwriters at MTSU, is in the guitar rotation with the Grand Old Opry Staff Band, and is also in the guitar rotation with 12 Again Nature: A Steely Dan Tribute. He is a longtime collaborator with legendary artist Ray Stevens and legendary writer John Bettis, and has played on countless recording sessions over his many years in Nashville. He produces Indie artists. He studied guitar with Mick Goodrick, Pat Metheny and Randall Dollahon (U of Miami). Jerome has a varied catalog of compositions with WarnerChappell Production Music for film and TV. He is on the Executive Board of the Nashville Musicians Association (AFM 257) and the Board of Directors of Leadership Music. Jerome is more fun than a barrel of monkeys. OK, that last part...that barrel of monkeys thing...could be somewhat of an overstatement.
Geoff Pfeifer Quartet
11:00pm-1:00am central, $10 at the door
The Geoff Pfeifer Quartet, gritty, edgy, the real deal NYC style jazz. Saxophonist Geoff Pfeifer brings some of Nashville's top jazz cats out, and you'll be sure to feel the energy. Playing a mix of original material and Wayne Shorter tunes.

Geoff Pfeifer, a Nashville based musician and composer, has been living and performing in Nashville since 2005. Geoff studied saxophone with Ted Nash and Ralph Lalama and composition with Mike Holober and Jim McNeely. He is a saxophonist and arranger with the R&B band Chubby and The Dots and plays the 2nd Tenor Saxophone chair in The Establishment Big Band.
Feb 11
Shaun Munday
5:30pm-7:15pm central, $12 at the door
Shaun Munday is a one-of-a kind talent. He blends soul-drenched vocals with show-stopping bass guitar technique. Shaun captures audiences with a full band sound and plays the bass better than most people play a guitar.

He is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music in Boston, MA where he studied and performed with some of the greatest artists and educators in the industry including John Mayer, Esperanza Spalding, Matthew Garrison (Herbie Hancock), Antonio Sanchez (Pat Metheny) and Jetro Da Silva (Whitney Houston).

Shaun has shared the stage with Corinne Bailey Rae, Andra Day, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, blues legend Robert Cray, reggae royalty Aston Barrett and The Wailers (Bob Marley’s band), country music star Collin Raye, Devon Allman and Yonrico Scott of the Royal Southern Brotherhood. His overall music style is inspired by Donny Hathaway, Al Green and Marvin Gaye.

Shaun released his self-titled debut album in March 2017 to rave reviews. Bass Player Magazine said, “Munday proves that he’s going to be a bass heavyweight, as his flawless slap work and his melodically challenging lines are only ever outshined by his buttery crooning.”

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The Delfeayo Marsalis Quartet
8:00pm-10:15pm central, $30 at the door
Delfeayo Marsalis comes for one night with some of Nashville's finest jazz musicians for an impromptu performance of jazz standards and originals.

Acclaimed trombonist, composer, and producer, Delfeayo Marsalis has dedicated his prolific career to music theatre and education. Along with the Marsalis family of musicians including his father Ellis, brothers Wynton, Branford and Jason, the artist was destined to a life in music.

Marsalis has toured internationally with jazz legends such as Ray Charles, Art Blakey, Max Roach, Elvin Jones and Slide Hampton, as well as leading his own groups. At the age of 17, Marsalis began his career as a producer and has to date produced over 120 recordings garnering one Grammy award and several nominations.

In 2008, Marsalis formed the Uptown Jazz Orchestra, a highly entertaining ensemble that focuses on maintaining important jazz traditions such as riff playing, New Orleans polyphony and spontaneous arrangements. Delfeayo also formed the Uptown Music Theatre in 2000, a non-profit organization that empowers youth through musical theatre training. He has written sixteen musicals to date based on historical and/or uniting the community. In addition, he has composed over 90 songs that help introduce kids to jazz through musical theatre and has reached over 5,000 students nationally with his Swinging with the Cool School soft introduction to jazz workshops.

Marsalis has a dual Bachelor’s degree in Music performance and Production from Berklee College of Music, and a Masters in Jazz Performance from the University of Louisville. A Doctorate has also been conferred from the New England College.

Marsalis, with his father and brothers, are group recipients of the 2011 NEA Jazz Masters Award.
Christine Parri
11:00pm-1:00am central, $10 at the door
Christine Parri grew up in a musical environment in Perth, Australia. As a teenager, she performed with various bands and as a solo artist. She then went on to study under world-renowned vocal instructors in Los Angeles. Since then, she has performed with and opened up for many legendary artists around the world such as Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, and Dee Dee Bridgewater. She further honed her musical identity, performing across the U.S. in blues and jazz meccas.

In 2009, Christine relocated to Nashville which has become her musical home base. She has become a force to be reckoned with in the Nashville music community. She hosted and performed regularly during a three year run of “Christine Parri Presents”, featuring dozens of Music City songwriters and artists, many of whom have gone on to further success. She recorded her first EP of original material, "Countdown to the One", in 2012 with top studio musicians in Nashville. Her songwriting style is rooted in blues music, but there's no mistaking her pop sensibility and love for jazz, R&B and soul music. All of which informed her unique blend of influences.

Christine became a fixture at the legendary Robert’s Western World in downtown Nashville, and has continued to perform at various Music City venues. Her original song “Stomp Clap,” was also featured in the CW Network’s primetime program "No Tomorrow", and the Fox Network's "Dirty Little Secrets".

In 2014, she began writing with a variety of top-notch songwriters for her first full-length album, produced by A-List bassist and producer Dave Roe. The resulting project, “Simmer”, combines her love of blues, rock, and soul. Christine’s versatile songwriting and powerful vocal performances are front and center. Her voice brings to mind timeless artists such as Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Billie Holiday, Amy Winehouse, Norah Jones, Chaka Kahn, and Bonnie Raitt.

Christine will be joined by
Joel Frahm (sax)
Jimmy Sullivan (bass)
Melvin Macias (piano)
Wes Little (drums)
Feb 12
Pascal's Triangle feat. Pascal Le Boeuf, Ethan Jodziewicz, Jordan Perlson
6:00pm-8:15pm central, $15 at the door
Described as "sleek, new" and "hyper-fluent" by the New York Times, Pascal Le Boeuf (he/him) is a Grammy-nominated composer, jazz pianist, and electronic artist whose works range from modern improvised music to hybridizing chamber music with production-based technology. Recent projects include commercial recordings and videos with JACK Quartet, Nu Deco Ensemble, Akropolis Reed Quintet, Christian Euman, Hub New Music, Barbora Kolářová, Todd Reynolds, Sara Caswell, Jessica Meyer, Nick Photinos, Four/Ten Media, Bec Plexus featuring Ian Chang (of Son Lux), Dayna Stephens, and Justin Brown. As a keyboardist, Pascal performed as support for D’Angelo’s Black Messiah US tour and Clean Bandit’s Rather Be tour with Australian pop artist Meg Mac. He actively performs and records with Le Boeuf Brothers, Friction Quartet, Allan Harris, and his piano trio "Pascal's Triangle" featuring bassist Linda May Han Oh, and drummer Justin Brown. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Practice in Music and Technology at the Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music, and a Harold W. Dodds Honorific Fellow and Ph.D. candidate in music composition at Princeton University.
Rudy's Jazz Jam
9:00pm-11:15pm central, $10 at the door
Rudy's hosts the official pro jazz jam. Come out and experience some of music city's best as they take the stage with Nashville's next generation of jazz performers! You will hear a variety of young, old, new and undiscovered players showing what they can do on stage. Part of the jazz tradition and what jazz embodies is the unknown and spontaneous exploration of new musical territory with new musicians sitting in live on stage; you never know who or what to expect other than the unexpected!

We welcome all ages to this show and have a $10 food or beverage minimum.
Feb 13
Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"
6:00pm-8:15pm central, $25 at the door
Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"

A Collection of Love Songs and Murder Ballads

Join us at Rudy’s Jazz Room for a unique celebration of both sides of LOVE! Whether you are a Valentine or an Anti-Valentine, you will enjoy our sultry ballads of love and murder while you sip libations and enjoy our savory treats! Our Siren of the South, Stephanie Adlington, is returning for a fun night that we can ALL enjoy!

Born and raised in Grafton, WV, Miss Stephanie Adlington is a graduate of the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London, England, and attended the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, as well as Carnegie Melon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Known for her unique vocal styling, an evening with Miss Stephanie carries her audience back to the prohibition era - a scandalous rendezvous in a wicked speakeasy, where swagger goes and bourbon flows. A throwback to the glorious days of old school jazz: think top-shelf juke joint meets Southern hospitality. Drink in an infusion of bourbon, Johnny Mercer, Billie Holiday, Patsy Cline, and Fats Waller and you just sidled up to the bar next to, "The Siren Of The South".
Valoween - Salsa at Rudy's
9:00pm-11:15pm central, $20 at the door
Come celebrate love or loathing and dance the night away at Nashville's favorite on the Salsa and jazz scene with an electric night of Salsa dancing! Feel free to join in or have fun watching the show. Featuring a themed menu and live music all night long! Multi-instrumentalist Giovanni Rodriguez, one of Nashville's leading percussionists, bassists and favorite on the Salsa and jazz scene, plays the sounds of salsa, bachata and percussion-driven rhythms with some of the most seasoned veterans in the Nashville Latin music scene. Melvin Macias (piano/vocals), Jesus Agreda (Timbales), Lorenzo Molina Ruiz (Trumpet), Manuel 'Manotas' Ramierez (multi-Percussion), and Giovanni Rodriguez (bass/vocals).

For this show general admission tickets are available for standing and sitting in the front section of the room near the stage with the dance floor. Tickets for bar seats and tables are available as well. General admission tickets for the front section are not guaranteed to have seats as we will have a large part of the front section seating cleared for the dance floor. General admission tickets will have standing room as well as limited seating. Only our tables and bar seats will have guaranteed seating for this show.
Feb 14
Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"
6:00pm-8:00pm central, $25 at the door
Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"

A Collection of Love Songs and Murder Ballads

Join us at Rudy’s Jazz Room for a unique celebration of both sides of LOVE! Whether you are a Valentine or an Anti-Valentine, you will enjoy our sultry ballads of love and murder while you sip libations and enjoy our savory treats! Our Siren of the South, Stephanie Adlington, is returning for a fun night that we can ALL enjoy!

Born and raised in Grafton, WV, Miss Stephanie Adlington is a graduate of the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London, England, and attended the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, as well as Carnegie Melon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Known for her unique vocal styling, an evening with Miss Stephanie carries her audience back to the prohibition era - a scandalous rendezvous in a wicked speakeasy, where swagger goes and bourbon flows. A throwback to the glorious days of old school jazz: think top-shelf juke joint meets Southern hospitality. Drink in an infusion of bourbon, Johnny Mercer, Billie Holiday, Patsy Cline, and Fats Waller and you just sidled up to the bar next to, "The Siren Of The South".
Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"
9:00pm-11:00pm central, $25 at the door
Stephanie Adlington Presents: Valentine’s Day "Our Love is Here to SLAY"

A Collection of Love Songs and Murder Ballads

Join us at Rudy’s Jazz Room for a unique celebration of both sides of LOVE! Whether you are a Valentine or an Anti-Valentine, you will enjoy our sultry ballads of love and murder while you sip libations and enjoy our savory treats! Our Siren of the South, Stephanie Adlington, is returning for a fun night that we can ALL enjoy!

Born and raised in Grafton, WV, Miss Stephanie Adlington is a graduate of the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London, England, and attended the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, as well as Carnegie Melon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Known for her unique vocal styling, an evening with Miss Stephanie carries her audience back to the prohibition era - a scandalous rendezvous in a wicked speakeasy, where swagger goes and bourbon flows. A throwback to the glorious days of old school jazz: think top-shelf juke joint meets Southern hospitality. Drink in an infusion of bourbon, Johnny Mercer, Billie Holiday, Patsy Cline, and Fats Waller and you just sidled up to the bar next to, "The Siren Of The South".
Feb 15
Oliveira/Belfiglio Group
6:00pm-8:15pm central, $10 at the door
Led by guitarist/composer Paulo Oliveira and pianist/composer Anthony Belfiglio, the Oliveira/Belfiglio Group performs a diverse variety of jazz music, including compositions by Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, Kenny Garrett, and Wayne Shorter to name a few. To round out their
repertoire, the group also mixes in some Brazilian music, Latin-jazz standards, straight-ahead standards, and original compositions.

A native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Paulo Oliveira has won numerous awards for his guitar playing in Brazil and the United States. He has performed with the Missouri Symphony, and many renowned jazz artists such as Christian McBride, Jimmy Greene, John Clayton, Randy Brecker,
Sean Jones, and Mike Manieri. He is a professor of music at Belmont University, where he coordinates the guitar department.

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Anthony Belfiglio has released six full-length albums as a leader, including his most recent effort Love Each Other, a trio album available on bandcamp.com. He has performed with the Nashville Symphony, and many renowned jazz artists such as Danny Gottlieb, Duffy Jackson, Gene Perla, Chester Thompson, Branford Marsalis, Kenny Garrett, and Steve Turre. He is a professor of music at Belmont University, where he founded and directs the Belmont Faculty Jazz Group.

Both artists draw from their rich musical backgrounds and diverse interests to create inspiring music that is firmly rooted in the jazz tradition, though it yet remains fresh and open to new possibilities.
Regi Wooten & Friends
9:00pm-11:15pm central, $15 at the door
Known as “The Teacha”, Regi Wooten is one of the most innovative, talented and dynamic musicians around the scene, and has pushed the boundaries of jazz, funk, soul, R&B, rock, and even bluegrass to some of the most extreme musical limits. From picking, slapping, strumming, thumping, and tapping to some of the most ear bending advanced chords you’ll hear on any instrument, Regi has earned world-wide notoriety and comparisons to other innovators such as Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa and Chuck Berry. Perfecting, creating and discovering new techniques and jazz theory while incorporating and layering into strong funk grooves for keen listeners to uncover and pick up on is one of his many notable fortes.

At only nine years old Regi started teaching his younger brother Victor Wooten bass guitar and Joseph Wooten keyboards, and soon the Wooten Brothers Band was formed featuring; Regi on ukelele, Roy on drums, Rudy on Saxophone, Joe on Keys and Victor on bass. Regi was ten years old at the time, Roy was nine, Rudy was eight, Joseph was five and Victor was two. The rest, as they say, is Musical History.

Assembling a cast of Nashville's best, Regi Wooten and Friends dig deep into the roots of funk, jazz, blues, rock, and soul. You never know who might jump on stage! Don't miss a beat!