Eric Mintel Quartet Presents CHARLIE BROWN’S CHRISTMAS JAZZ
Eric Mintel Quartet Presents CHARLIE BROWN’S CHRISTMAS JAZZ
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  • Show Date: Thursday, December 06, 2018
  • Show Time: 7:30 PM
  • Cabaret Seating: $27 with Free Drink!
    General Seating: $20 for Adults / $10 for Children 12 and Under General

A family-friendly night with Jazz at Cheney Hall! The acclaimed Eric Mintel Quartet return to Cheney Hall for CHARLIE BROWN’S CHRISTMAS JAZZ! Songs include “Linus and Lucy,” “Skating,” and “Christmas Time is Here” plus many more HOLIDAY FAVORITES as only the Eric Mintel Quartet can perform them.

About Eric Mintel Quartet

Pianist and composer Eric Mintel formed his quartet in 1993 and has accumulated a host of accolades since then—everything from performing at the White House to being a featured guest in 2005 on Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz on NPR. “Just Around The Corner” is Mintel’s tenth CD and the most fully realized effort from this impressive artist. Nelson Hill on alto and soprano saxophone, electric bassist Jack Hegyi, and drummer Dave Mohn round our the Eric Mintel Quartet.

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Rainy Day People
Rainy Day People
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  • Show Date: Saturday, September 08, 2018
  • Show Time: 8:00 PM
  • Ticket Prices: $19 For General / $25 for VIP Seating (VIP includes a free drink)

Paul, Rudi, and Jeff are back with their Lightfoot/Croce Tribute! Hear all your favorites from “Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” to “Leroy Brown”, fully arranged and sounding just like the original artists in Cheney Hall. Tickets are $19 for general seating, $25 for VIP Cabaret seating (includes a free drink). VIP Patrons only will permitted to bring in their own food.

About Rainy Day People

Rainy Day People offers a captivating performance of the music of legendary singer-songwriters Gordon Lightfoot and Jim Croce. The trio captures the haunting melodies of Croce’s “Time in a Bottle” and Lightfoot’s “Affair on Eighth Avenue” as well as the irresistible acoustic pulse of tunes like “Car Wash Blues,” “Leroy Brown,” and “Sundown.” Spot-on vocals, solid bass grooves and intricate guitar lines weave together seamlessly for a nostalgic performance of memorable favorites.

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