Music City's authentic late night jazz club

Serving classic New Orleans prohibition and pre-prohibition cocktails, local brews, and New Orleans cuisine.
HAPPY HOUR SPECIALS
Mon-Wed 5-7pm, Thurs 5pm-8:30pm
Martini Monday: 1/2 price Martinis, *Salsa night 9-11:30 1/2 price Margaritas, *Service Industry Night - half off select food & drinks
Tuesdays: Half Price Old Fashioned and Beignets, $2 off all Drafts
Wednesdays Wooten & Wine: $6 wines / $10 off bottles (Cava, Malbec, Pinot)
Thursdays (until 8:30pm): $8 French Quarter inspired cocktails (Sazerac, Lavender Sidecar, French 75) and 1/2 price beignets
Sunday Brunch: $5 Mimosas and Bloody Mary's & 2pm-5pm $15 cocktail flights

Open Saturdays 11am-3pm for lunch (live music - no cover - all ages) with cocktails afterwards all afternoon, and Sunday Jazz Brunch every Sunday 11am-2pm - $20 includes all you can eat buffet and the best live jazz in Nashville!

 
TONIGHT'S SHOWS
Nate Lopez vs. Nioshi Jackson
5:30pm-7:30pm, $8 at the door
Nate Lopez uses his unique 8-string hybrid guitars to incorporate guitar, bass, and even the vocal lines on a single instrument seamlessly enough that if you closed your eyes, you'd believe what you were hearing was at least three separate master musicians. With the aid of a drummer, Nate Lopez vs. creates soulful, grooving instrumental music.

Nate has earned many accolades including winning the Arkansas Contemporary Fingerstyle Guitar Competition in 2015 and recently was voted the Best Acoustic Musician in the North Bay for 2017.

"To Say Nate Lopez just plays guitar is an understatement." Curtis Kim, KSRO radio
Chester Thompson
8:00pm-11:00pm, $20 at the door
Chester Thompson is a renowned percussionist, highly regarded for his ability to move seamlessly between genres. Thompson’s known best for his work with Weather Report, Frank
Zappa, Genesis and Phil Collins. He’s shared the stage and/or studio with notable legends such as Freddie Hubbard, Ahmad Jamal, Wayne Shorter, Rodney Franklin, Kirk Whalum, Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’, Michael McDonald, Santana, and many others.

In 2015, The Chester Thompson Trio released their second album, Simpler Times, which rose
to #4 on the JazzWeek Charts. Their first CD, Approved (2013), made a memorable first impression rising to #6 on the JazzWeek Charts. It exemplifies Thompson’s creative direction as bandleader and prompted a successful European tour. The trio formed after being hired as the rhythm section for the International Trombone Festival. They performed every Monday for a year at the Commodore Lounge near Vanderbilt in preparation for their first album.

When Chester is not busy with live performances, studio recordings, clinics, writing, he teaches percussion lessons in the Greater Nashville Area. For 20 years, 1998-2018, Thompson taught applied drum lessons at the esteemed Belmont University in Nashville, TN. He is a well regarded clinician and can be found teaching classes at the Nashville Jazz Workshop. Thompson was honoured in 2008 with the Sabian Lifetime Achievement Award at the 32nd Percussive Arts Society international Convention (PASIC). This award recognizes the contributions of the most highly regarded leaders in percussion education.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Chester started playing in local nightclubs at age 13. Between tours Thompson’s accomplishments brought him to live in cities including Los Angeles, London and his current home, Nashville. Chester Thompson currently endorses DW Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Regal Tip Sticks, Remo Drum Heads, Beyerdynamic Microphones and Meinl Percussion.
Geoff Pfeifer
11:30pm-2:00am, $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, Pfeifer leads the group.

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.


UPCOMING SHOWSFULL CALENDAR
Jul 20
Marc Payne Trio
12:00pm-3:00pm, no cover
One of the most talented young up and coming jazz pianists in Nashville, Marc Payne is sure to dazzle you with beautiful chords, lines, rhythms, and harmonies.
Shaun Munday
5:30pm-7:30pm, $5 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.”
Tom Hemby w/ Adam Nitti, Kirk Covington, Keith Carlock, & MIchael Whittaker
8:00pm-11:00pm, $22 at the door
Tom Hemby is a Grammy and Dove award winning musician who has worked in the Nashville music scene since 1978 as a guitarist/producer/composer/artist. Recording credits include artists: Elvis Presley, Michael McDonald, Jessica Simpson, Kenny Loggins, Amy Grant, Richard Marx, Willie Nelson, Marcus Scott (Tower Of Power), Donna Summer, Vince Gill, Peter Cetera, Barry Manilow, Brian McKnight, Faith Hill, Wynonna Judd, Brian McKinight, Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20, Steve Winwood, Glenn Shorrock (Little River Band), Michael W. Smith, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Glen Campbell, John Secada, Englebert Humperdinck, Lee Greenwood, Charlie Daniels, Stephanie Mills, Yolanda Adams, Andy Williams, B J Thomas, Collin Raye, Ricky Scaggs, Garth Brooks, Leonard Cohen and many, many more.

Adam Nitti:
Nashville-based Adam Nitti balances his roles as a solo artist, sideman, and educator. He has filled the bass chair for Kenny Loggins, Carrie Underwood, Dave Weckl Band, Michael McDonald, Susan Tedeschi, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mike Stern, Brent Mason, Wayne Krantz, and Christopher Cross, while also releasing five solo CDs to date. As a Nashville session bassist he has played on multiple Grammy-winning and Grammy-nominated albums, and is also the founder of AdamNittiMusicEducation.com.

Kirk Covington:
Born in Midland TX, Kirk Covington began playing drums at age 9, keys at age 16 and vocals since age 10. Kirk attended North Texas State University and played in the famed One O'clock Lab Band and began to form bonds with great musicians who went on to LA and New York. Kirk has pplayed in such notable bands as Tribal Tech, Alan Holdsworth, Joe Zawinul Syndicate, Robben Ford, Scott Kinsey Group w/ Steve Tavaglioni, Scott Henderson Blues Band and now CPT Kirk with a new CD just released.

Keith Carlock:
Keith Carlock is a professional drummer currently residing in New York City, NY and Nashville, TN. He has recorded and/or toured with such musical luminaries as John Mayer, Sting, Steely Dan, James Taylor, TOTO, Christopher Cross, Donald Fagen, Walter Becker, Diana Ross, Faith Hill, The Blues Brothers Band, Mike Stern, Leni Stern, David Johansen and the Harry Smiths, Richard Bona, Chris Botti, Wayne Krantz, Rudder, Harry Belafonte, Oz Noy, Larry Carlton, Clay Aiken, Rascal Flatts, Paula Abdul and Grover Washington, Jr, to name a few. "Within one bar of the groove, I can tell it's Keith. There's nobody out there who sounds like him." - Oz Noy. Keith was recently voted number 1 Pop drummer, number 1 Fusion drummer, and number 1 Best All-Around drummer in Modern Drummer's 2009 Readers Poll and would like to thank all that voted! "When Keith plays he's not mathematical. He's very spiritual. He's as advanced technically as anyone I've ever played with, but his technique always serves the music." - Wayne Krantz

Michael Whittaker:
Michael Whittaker is an Emmy nominated film composer and producer originally from Los Angeles, California. His background in film scoring as well as modern record production have made him a go to composer for both the scoring and licensing worlds. Currently, Michael teaches and conducts a bi annual film scoring seminar in Nashville, TN (filmscoreseminar.com), and is the co-founder of Reel Whitty Werks Music licensing catalog.

Michael has scored over 300 television episodes and TV movies including the popular Power Rangers. After working 6 years as staff composer for FOX television and ABC family Michael has moved on to score and produce for companies like Disney, Warner Bros, NBC and Lions Gate Films. In 2011 his theme was chosen as the main theme of the new Disney Family Movies channel. His numerous awards include an Emmy nomination, a Telly award for his score to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, Bank of America Musical Achievement award, International Association of Jazz Educators player excellence award, and the Clarence Brown Memorial scholarship for jazz.

Michael’s experience in many styles has allowed him to work as the keyboardist and arranger for the Jimmy Kimmel Live television show, and writing and producing for major artists such as Lionel Richie, Paulina Rubio, Wayman Tisdale, 98 Degrees, Cake, Boyd Tinsley from the Dave Mathews Band, Brenda Russell, and many others…

Michael has composed and licensed music for many notable shows, including: CSI, America’s Next Top Model, Funniest Pets and Animals, A&E Toby Keith Documentary, Battleground Earth, Best Damn Sports, Biography of Tiger Woods, Dr. 90210, Gene Simmons Family, Leprechaun 6, Modern Marvels, Naruto Movie, Xyber 9 New Dawn, Access Hollywood, X Men Marvel Cartoon, The New Adams Family, The Power Rangers, The Ninja Turtles, Americas Most Wanted, Action Man And Nobel Peace Awards 2000 Theme.
Oracle Blue
11:30pm-2:00am, $10 at the door
Oracle Blue is enticingly unequivocal when it comes to genre-branding, marrying musical nostalgia with newfangled soundscapes. Under the banners of Swank-Pop and Alt-Jazz they craft for themselves a realm entirely their own with strong female vocals garnished by multi-instrumentalists in the rhythm and horn sections.

The band's resume includes performances at Montreux, Vienne and Umbria Jazz Festivals, a DownBeat Student Music Award for Outstanding Performance in the Blues/Pop/Rock category, and the honor of being selected through competition by five-time GRAMMY Award winner Lalah Hathaway to open for two performances on her 2018 'Honestly' tour. Their debut album, Gilded Kingdoms, is comprised primarily of original works, and also includes reimaginings of jazz standards "Don't Explain" (Billie Holiday) and "On Green Dolphin Street" (Bronisalw Kaper). Gilded Kingdoms is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and at OracleBlueBand.com.
Jul 21
Jazz Brunch with the Jody Nardone Trio
11:00am-2:00pm, $20 at the door
All you can eat buffet and live jazz with the Jody Nardone Trio.

"Thanks to a dynamic style that can shift from the whispered beauty of Bill Evans to the percussive flights of McCoy Tyner, Nardone has emerged as one of Nashville's preeminent jazz pianists. His reputation is also blowing up nationwide, where he is receiving raves in Downbeat and Jazziz for his role in the Crimson Jazz Trio, a Nashville-to-L.A. combo led by former King Crimson drummer Ian Wallace and former Vital Information bassist Tim Landers."

-Michael McCall, Nashville Scene
Re-Evolution
2:00pm-5:00pm, no cover
Featuring Brian Cornish on saxophone, Regi Wooten on bass, Nioshi Jackson on drums, Adam Charney on guitar, and Marc Payne on piano. Re-Evolution is heavily influenced by traditional and classic jazz cutting edge artists such as John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, Thelonious Monk and many more...
The Duffy Jackson Trio
6:00pm-8:30pm, $15 at the door
A true legendary jazz drummer, Jackson is the son of Chubby Jackson, and played drums as a young child making appearances with Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, and Buddy Rich before he finished high school. In 1971 he relocated to Los Angeles, where he played with Monty Alexander, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Lena Horne, Milt Jackson, and Barney Kessel. Following a tour of Japan with Benny Carter, he appeared on television for two years with Sammy Davis, Jr. (1974-1976). Later in the 1970s he played with Grover Mitchell and did a tour of Europe with the Count Basie Orchestra.

In the 1980s Jackson worked with Lionel Hampton, Al Jarreau, James Moody, and Sonny Stitt, and in 1985 re-joined the Basie orchestra while Thad Jones was its leader. Following this he worked with Illinois Jacquet and Artie Shaw, then re-joined the Basie Orchestra under Frank Foster. In the 1990s, he relocated to Fort Lauderdale, where he played with Harry Allen, Billy Ross, and the Manhattan Transfer.
The Unofficial NAMM Jazz Jam
9:00pm-12:00am, $10 at the door
The Unofficial NAMM Jazz Jam - Wrapping up Rudy's Jazz Room's 1-Year Anniversary Celebration Weekend! Drink specials sponsored by Yazoo Brewing Company and Pickers Vodka. Shrimp po' boy, dessert specials, and giveaways!

Rudy's hosts the Unofficial NAMM Jazz Jam. Every Sunday is one of Rudy's most popular and loved nights, with a variety of top young jazz performers taking a shot at performing on the Rudy's stage. It's NAMM weekend, and there's going to a lot of great players in town! Come out and experience some of music city's best as they take the stage with Nashville's next generation of jazz performers! We welcome all ages to this show.
Jul 22
Re-Evolution
6:00pm-8:30pm, $10 at the door
Featuring Brian Cornish on saxophone, Regi Wooten on bass, Nioshi Jackson on drums, Adam Charney on guitar, and Marc Payne on piano. Re-Evolution is heavily influenced by traditional and classic jazz cutting edge artists such as John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, Thelonious Monk and many more...
Giovanni Rodriguez & 12 Manos
9:00pm-11:30pm, $10 at the door
Giovanni Rodriguez is an exciting multi-instrumentalist and Nashville favorite on the Salsa and jazz scene. An electric night of Salsa dancing! Ernesto Lago Violin (Cuba) - violin/vocals Alex Rivas (Cuba) - piano/vocals Yosvany Cordero (Cuba) - bongos/cowbell Brian Allen (Indiana) - bass Jesus Agreda (Venezuela) - timbales/drums Giovanni Rodriguez (Dominican Republic) - congas/vocals
Jul 23
Jimmy Sullivan & Cy Winstanley Quartet
6:00pm-8:30pm, $10 at the door
2018 NIMAS Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year Jimmy Sullivan is one of Music City's most sought after bassists. Since leaving New York for Nashville in 2014, Jimmy has performed and recorded with a multitude of artists spanning many different genres and styles. While being an incredibly versatile musician, jazz remains his passion and his love for the art form shines through in his many performances at Rudy's Jazz Room as both a sideman and band leader.

Cy Winstanley is a New Zealand-born, Nashville-based singer, guitarist, and songwriter. Cy plays with a number of artists including Aubrie Sellers, Andrew Combs, Rachel Baiman, Caitlin Canty, and Caroline Spence. As a songwriter, his band Tattletale Saints has released 2 albums, including 'How Red is The Blood' which won the New Zealand music award for Folk Album of The Year 2014. The most recent self-titled release came out in 2016 showcasing his nuanced lyrical, and harmonically diverse style. He has had a long love affair with American Songbook jazz, traces of which feature in his songwriting.

Jeff Goodkind is a pianist, keyboardist, percussionist, and composer, born and raised in California. While finishing up a B.A. in ethnomusicology at UCLA, he followed his musical interests in Los Angeles’ eclectic music scene, from where he performed on six continents. Now calling Nashville home, Jeff seeks to incorporate the rich local soundscape into his own compositional voice.

Chris Brown is one of the most sought out and respected session drummers living in Nashville. Chris has played with the Maynard Ferguson Band, Don Grolnick and, tours with Sam Bush.
Kateri Farrell
9:00pm-11:30pm, $10 at the door
Kateri is a vocalist & flutist currently based in Nashville, TN. A budding soul/jazz artist, she captivates listeners with her sultry, soulful vocals and uniquely fresh and funky flute improvisation. Kateri received her music degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where she studied flute and was a featured vocalist/flute player with the prestigious Jazz Ensemble I. Upon recommendations from several musician friends, she moved to Nashville in 2015 and quickly became involved in jazz, funk, soul, and singer-songwriter communities among others. Experienced in a variety of genres, Kateri can be seen performing in the greater Nashville area with groups such as retro-soul artist Lydia Brittan to Salsa/jazz musician Giovanni Rodriguez & 12 Manos. She is a member of The Jason Eskridge Band and shares the stage with Nashville's top soul artists. Kateri is working on material for her first EP set to be released in 2019.
Jul 24
Jennifer Bruce and DejaNu
6:00pm-8:30pm, $10 at the door
Come hear the powerful vocals of Jennifer Bruce and her jazz quartet as they brilliantly weave the classic songbook with a new spin of songs originally recorded in the pop style but with a clever new jazz twist. They have given songs written by such acclaimed artists as Paul Simon, Carol King, Stevie Wonder, Hall and Oats and the Everly Brothers new life and have audiences turning their heads and returning each time they have an opportunity to hear their New American Songbook.

Jennifer Bruce, the power behind the microphone, is a multi-talented song stylist who has the chops to cover the great tunes of all time and embraces some new tunes and before you know it, the old and the new songs are seen as the New Jazz Book. This versatile chanteuse has been influenced by many musical genres. A self-proclaimed old soul, Jennifer has a rich, sultry, soulful voice, and excels at song interpretation reminiscent of many classic torch singers. Jennifer Bruce and DejaNu released their second album "New Wine in Old Bottles" in May 2018.

Steve Willets, Nashville's beloved man behind the keys whose performance credentials include a wide variety of artists such as Sandi Patti, Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, Brenda Lee, Bonnie Bramlett, Crystal Gayle, Boots Randolph and many others. He composes and produces custom songs for many of today's major corporations, including; Honda, Dollar General, Bridgestone/Firestone and Harley Davidson.

Ray Von Rotz is a published author and has been one of Nashville's most in-demand drummers and percussionists since 1979. He has been the drummer on The General Jackson Showboat for the past 18 years. He has performed around the world with a variety of artists and almost every genre of music. Among the artists Ray has performed and recorded with are Boots Randolph, Al Hirt, Engelbert Humperdink, The Mills Brothers, Tony Orlando, Lee Greenwood, the Nashville and Milwaukee Symphony Orchestras just to name a few.
David Spicher, DejaNu's bassist and son of legendary fiddler Buddy Spicher has been an accomplished studio musician here in Nashville for many years. He has played bass with some of the best in all genres of music, including Kathy Mattea, Pam Tillis, Crystal Gayle, Jerry Douglas, Brian Setzer, Lorrie Morgan, the Nashville Symphony, Buddy Spicher's Nashville Swing Band, and many more.

Cole Burgess has been one of Nashville's premier reedmen for many years, working with various Big Bands and jazz groups here and around the country. He is the current Director of the longest running Big Band in Nashville, The Establishment.


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Regi Wooten & Friends
9:00pm-11:30pm, $12 at the door
Every Wednesday, Regi Wooten assembles a cast of Nashville's best as they 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!
Jul 25
Hot Club Gypsy Jazz Thursdays; Rudy’s French Connection
6:00pm-8:30pm, $10 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 Django style of gypsy jazz swing. There’s no better place to chill, cozy up and relax after work. Enjoy $8 French Quarter inspired cocktails (Sazerac, Lavender Sidecar, French 75), have a glass of Côtes du Rhône, and enjoy some gumbo or beignets while listening to the rhythm and mood of hot club jazz in Nashville’s most intimate and romantic room.
Caravan Tales
9:00pm-12:00am, $10 at the door
From Paris to New York, from Jamaica to Brazil, the jazz of this quartet is colored by the origins and travels of its participants.

Jerome Degey, platinum producer, composer, arranger, and guitarist from Paris also speaks and plays the Brazilian musical language fluently (Kenia, Rolando Faria, Les Etoiles).

From Kingston Jamaica, Keith Jones, just back from his tours with French violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, started his fruitful L.A. career (Santana, Wayne Shorter, Al Jarreau, the Crusaders, Joe Sample) with Brazilian superstar Airto Moreira and Flora Purim.

Grammy Award-winning pianist and accordionist Will Barrow has played, toured, and recorded with an eclectic array of artists including jazz siblings Eloise, Ronnie, and Hubert Laws, the late disco diva Vickie Sue Robinson, R&B singer Freda Payne, Wanda Jackson, BeBe Winans, Karen Parks, Suzy Bogguss and the Gatlin Brothers.

On drums, Nioshi Jackson is a go-to live/tour and session musician in Music City. He has worked with the likes of Michael McDonald, Larry Carlton, Ricky Skaggs, Chester Thompson, Victor Wooten, and many others.
Jul 26
Alayna Renae
5:30pm-7:30pm, $8 at the door
Nashville based vocalist Alayna Renae's contemporary sound reflects the ever-changing fusion of Jazz and Neo-Soul. Alayna creates an atmosphere to transcend you from any situation. Inspired by singers like Ella Fitzgerald and Erykah Badu, she sings from her soul. Whether you hear familiar standards or original compositions, her music portrays where she is in her life journey. She's backed by some of Nashville's most up-and-coming instrumentalists who are sure to inspire you. Alayna is currently working on her first album entitled "Surprising Imagery" to be released early 2019.
Clark Gibson Sextet
8:00pm-11:00pm, $20 at the door
Clark Gibson is a jazz saxophonist, composer and educator former Director of Jazz Studies and Assistant Professor of Saxophone at Northeastern State University. He is a highly sought after adjudicator and clinician throughout the country. His forward-thinking music is strongly rooted in the traditions of jazz musicians of the 20th century, the history of Western classical music, his own life experiences, as well as musical traditions from cultures across the globe.

Clark’s professional career began in Denver, Colorado performing popular music genres such as jazz, funk, blues and more. While there, he formed his own group, the Clark Gibson Quartet which was nominated for “Best Jazz Group in Colorado” by Westword Magazine and released his first independently released CD “The Offering”. Clark received his Bachelor of Music in jazz at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA. During his studies, he stayed busy teaching his own private students and performing with such notables as the Temptations, the Four Tops, the Jim Knapp Orchestra, Lalo Rodriguez, Nueve Era, Tombau, the Jim Kerl Big Band and Dina Martin, as well as performing with a host of local masters including Jay Thomas, Greta Matassa, Clarence Acox, Greg Williamson and the Pony Boy All-Star Big Band.

In 2010, Clark recorded his second album “Iapetus,” released on Pony Boy Records, which featured his latest original compositions and arrangements. From 2012-2015, Clark completed his masters and doctoral degree at the University of Illinois. During this time, he recorded a third album as a leader self-titled as the “Old Style Sextet”. The cd received high reviews and national airplay through BluJazz Records based out of Chicago, IL. In 2015, Clark released Charlie Parker with Strings: The Lost Arrangements through BluJazz Records. The recording is receiving national attention from radio as well as positive reviews in publications such as Down Beat, allaboutjazz.com, the L.A. Jazz Scene and Oklaoma Magazine.

Clark Gibson's upcoming release "Tri-Colored Eyes" is set to be released in early 2019. The album is all original music featuring Euan Edmonds on trombone, Jim Pisano on tenor saxophone, Pat Bianchi on B3 organ and Jeremy Thomas on drums.
Geoff Pfeifer
11:30pm-2:00am, $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, Pfeifer leads the group.

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.