Legendary drummer and founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, Jaimoe and his Jasssz Band play American music. They combine elements of Jazz, Blues, Rock-n-Roll, and R&B into a unique blend that captures the spirit and stirs the soul. Their repertoire ranges from new interpretations of classic tunes, as well as original songs that are classics in the making.
Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band features Jaimoe - drums, Junior Mack - guitar and vocals, Dave Stoltz - bass, Mathais Schuber - keyboards, and some of the finest horn players of our time, including Jay Collins, Frank Kozyra, Paul Lieberman, Kris Jensen and Richard Boulger.
Davies rise to the upper echelon of blues music started at an early age as she absorbed the music heard constantly in her home. Her (professional) musician parents were either sitting at the piano or spinning discs on their turntable, filling the air with the sounds of big band jazz, harmony vocal groups, or the pop icons of the day. But the young Davies was particularly attracted to the bluesier sounds of her father’s Ray Charles records, and by the age of 12 realized that her affinity for an instrument was not for the piano, but for the guitar.
“She wields an electric guitar as if it were a wand.” - Los Angeles Times
“Davies playing is extraordinary - full of propulsion and energy and melodic invention…”People Magazine
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 1960’s, she found that being a female guitar player meant only one thing: acoustic guitar. Electric guitars were still toys meant only for boys. But when Debbie heard the sounds of the British blues-rock bands, particularly the electric guitar of Eric Clapton with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, she became completely captivated. Going against the grains of society’s accepted roles of the time, Debbie pursued her dream with the passion of an artist and the soul of a rebel.
This next date is your chance to experience a great night of dancing fun. From the first song to the last encore, the audience screams for more.
It isn't just the crowd who has a great time. The band members, Keith Riendeau, John Jarsbek, Rob Brainard and Doug Morneault express that playing for such an electrifying and energetic group of people fuels their passion for the music they play.
Their blend of 50's-80's music, with tight vocal harmonies, whether fast or slow, will surely bring you to the dance floor.
Bridge Street Live's Nightclub Atmosphere, couple with a perfect sound system, will provide for an exceptional dancing and listening experience for all.
Spaghetti Cake is an original rock band for the whole family. Their performance is high-energy, wholesome, and fun for all ages! The music of Spaghetti Cake spans the entire range of musical styles from rock to country, bluegrass to blues, reggae to world grooves. Children who attend a Spaghetti Cake concert get the opportunity to move, dance, sing along, even perform with the band! Spaghetti Cake consists of six professional musicians who are all experienced educators. Their music delivers a positive message of believing in who you are, and celebrates the kid in us all.
One of the most frequently asked questions at live shows is where the name Spaghetti Cake comes from. It is a favorite family recipe that Glen's stepdad Buck used to make for supper. "Comfort Food", if you will. Glen & Sue both decided it would be the perfect title for a family rock band. The original recipe to make Spaghetti Cake is located on their home page.
This event will have COSTUME CONTEST with great prizes!!