Dizzy’s Provides Fall Music Lineup

| October 8, 2022 | 0 Comments

Dizzy’s has scheduled for October and early November an impressive list of musicians to perform on stage in Arias Hall, which is located behind the Musician’s Association building at 1717 Morena Boulevard, San Diego 92110. Parking is free and all ages are welcome.

  • 8 p.m., Friday, October 7: Creative drummer Bob Daniels highlights the development of the West Coast cool jazz scene in The Cool Bridge to Chet Baker — featuring the talents of Paul Seaforth on trumpet and vocals, Christopher Hollyday on alto sax and flute, Reka Parker on piano, Jeff Blanco on bass and Bob Daniels on drums.  Cost is $20.  
  • 8 p.m., Saturday, October 8: Celebrate Beatles songwriter/guitarist John Lennon on the day before his birthday with a special performance of his compositions by guitar virtuoso Fred Benedetti with vocalists Regina Moomjean and Julia Picone, multi-instrumentalist/bassist Jeff Pekarek, and percussionist James Morton. Cost is $20 cash or Venmo.
  • 7 p.m., Sunday, October 9: Seattle jazz quintet Meridian Odyssey — featuring bassist Ben Feldman, saxophonist; Santosh Sharma, drummer; Xavier Lecouturier, pianist; Dylan Hayes; and guitarist Martin Budde. Join San Diego’s Danny Green Trio featuring Danny Green on piano, Justin Grinnell on bass, and Julien Cantelm on drums for a double bill evening of original jazz. Cost is $20.  
  • 8 p. m., Thursday, October 13: Award-winning Danish vocalist Sinne Eeg returns to Dizzy’s, joined by guitarist Larry Koonse and pianist Josh Nelson. Cost is $20.  
  • 8 p.m., Saturday, October 22: The JW Trio featuring Joshua White on piano, Rob Thorsen on bass, and Tyler Kreutel on drums, perform the music of Thelonious Monk. Cost is $20.
  • 8 p.m., Friday, October 28: A night of original music from creative bassist/composer Mackenzie Leighton and his Quartet, featuring Ed Kornhauser on piano, Ian Harland on vibraphone, and Tyler Kreutel on drums. Cost is $20.  
  • Sunday, November 6: French trio M.O.M. — Francois Moutin on bass, Jowee Omicil on saxophone/clarinet, and drummer Louis Moutin — celebrate the U.S. release of their highly touted album of spontaneous jazz “M.O.M.”

For now, the Musician’s Union is requiring all audience members to wear masks – regardless of vaccination status.

For more information, visit Dizzysjazz.com.

Award-winning Danish vocalist Sinne Eeg returns to Dizzy’s at 8 p.m., Thursday, October 13. Photo is courtesy of Stephen Freiheit.

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