Burn off your Thanksgiving meals with some hot jazz at the DC Jazz Jam this Sunday, with friend of the jam Dave Kane joining as Monthly Master jazz artist on keys. Come sit in with Dave and the rest of our terrific Fifth Sunday house band of Paul Jung (drums), Dylan Stoddard (bass), and Adam Fluger (guitar).
No cover! 6:30pm-9:30pm @ Dahlak (1771 U Street NW). All musicians and appreciators welcome!
Please join DC Jazz Jam for our weekly jazz jam session Sunday from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at Dahlak (1771 U Street NW). This week we are joined once again by pianist Allyn Johnson, for his third stint as our Monthly Master jazz artist! Allyn has been named the area’s top pianist by the likes of CapitalBop and the Washington CityPaper’s annual Jazzies.
No cover. Musicians and jazz appreciators welcome. Also enjoy great Eritrean food and our signature DC Jazz Jam cocktail, the Blue Monk. Come sit in with Allyn and the rest our terrific Fourth Sunday house band!
Please join the jam this Sunday eve as Chicago’s Donella “D-Erania” Sanders returns to DC Jazz Jam as our special guest with her signature straight alto saxophone. No cover! All musicians and appreciators welcome. Come sit in with D-Erania and our terrific Third Sunday house band! 6:30pm-9:30pm @ Dahlak (1771 U Street NW).
Please join the DC Jazz Jam this weekend as Monthly Master jazz artist Lenny Robinson returns on drums. Lenny joined the jam in May, and also served as house drummer for our 5-year anniversary jam in August. Among other accolades, the Washington CityPaper named Lenny “Best Drummer” in its annual “Jazzies” awards.
Come sit in with Lenny and the rest of our terrific Second Sunday house band! 6:30-9:30pm @ Dahlak (1771 U Street NW). No cover! All musicians and appreciators welcome.
Please join us this Sunday as top sax player Tedd Baker returns to the jam session once again as our Monthly Master jazz artist!
Popular local jazz site CapitalBop has this to say about Tedd:
“The saxophonist Tedd Baker, one of the most revered on the D.C. scene, has toured the world as part of the State Department’s Jazz Ambassadors program and is a member of the U.S. Air Force jazz band, the Airmen of Note. But when he steps in front of his own combo, Baker’s liable to bring the house down; he has a broad, powerful tone and a sure-footed improvisational attack that winds and zags. It’s confident and questioning, all at once.” — CapitalBop
Come sit in with Tedd and our terrific First Sunday house band. No cover! 6:30pm-9:30pm @ Dahlak (1771 U Street NW).