Brimming with wit and charm, Kevin Paul Hofeditz shares wisdom from his life with “It’s When All the Songs Make Sense,” a show that dares to answer the question, “How do you know when you’re in love?” Professing his story through the songs of Stephen Sondheim, Henry Mancini, and Michel LeGrand, among others, this retired […]
Director of the Roots, Jazz, and American Music Program at Booker T. Washington, drummer Terence Hobdy Music fronts his band for the first time at Sammons Jazz. Picking back up for another drums-driven hour is the Stockton Helbing Quintet, showing off tricks of the trade from Stockton’s experience playing for Maynard Ferguson and Doc Severinsen.
Seen last year in the nationally touring musical production of 1776, Liz Mikel delivers a hometown concert that promises to transport the audience directly to Broadway in New York City, where she has spent much of her career. Boasting a list of appearances on renowned stages in many hit productions, there is no way of […]
Sammons Jazz Artistic Director and Steinway Artist Arlington Jones brings back Arlington Jones & The Soul Chamber Band for another night of his original music, captivating orchestrations, and hip grooves. In both sets Arlington is featured on piano with Arlington “Ollie” Jones III on drums, James Driscoll on bass, Jorge Ginorio on percussion, Quamon Fowler […]