Live Jazz at Hotel Healdsburg
Address: 25 Matheson St., Healdsburg
Phone: 707 431-7188 | Visit on the web
Every Saturday Night, 6:30 – 9:30
Hotel Healdsburg Lobby & Spirit Bar
Get in the swing with live jazz in Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar, aka the Fireplace Lobby Lounge. The series features some of the best players in the region performing an eclectic mix of jazz with diverse influences – Cuban, gypsy, blues, Brazilian, classic jazz standards and more. The musicians are on stage from 6:30 until 9:30 p.m.
There is no cover charge; drinks from the Spirit Bar and small plates from Dry Creek Kitchen are available. NEW: The Spirit Bar now has a Happy Hour, 4 – 7 p.m., with a special menu and great drinks!
More about the hotel and for reservations, call (707) 431-2800 or visit Hotel Healdsburg online.
March 2 Music of Jazz Piano Masters featuring the Lorca Hart Trio with Hart on drums, Adam Shulman on piano and special guest bassist Andy McKee.
March 9 Bennett Friedman Quartet playing favorites from Dizzy, through Coltrane, Chick and Herbie Hancock. Bennett Friedman, saxophone and flute, Randy Vincent on guitar, Jeff Denson on bass and Alan Hall on drums
March 16 Lobby closed due to DCK event “Pigs ‘n Pinot”
March 23 Brazilian Classics – Sambas, Bossas and Choros. Ricardo Peixoto and Carlos Oliveira, guitars, Catia Machado on vocals and Alex Calatayud on percussion.
March 30 Classic Jazz – Bop and Latin from the 50’s and 60’s. Kevin Fitzsimmons on drums, Frances Vaneck, saxophone, Aaron Garner, piano and Chris Amberger, bass.
April 13 Dry Creek Trio plays spirited interpretations from an eclectic mix of composers, from Miles Davis, Bill Frisell & Pat Metheny to Bob Dylan & Joni Mitchell. Doug Lipton on guitar, Chris Amberger on bass and Lorca Hart on drums.
April 20 Sono Musette Vintage French Jazz Revisited – Mimi Pirard on vocals, Robert Lunceford on accordion, Jan Martinelli on upright bass and piano, Isaac Vandeveer on guitar and bass and Richard Andrews on drums.
SonoMusette recaptures the moody, melancholic sound and spirit of mid twentieth-century Paris. French chanteuse, musette accordion, gypsy-jazz guitar, upright bass, and drum kit combine to revive the enchanting songs of that era.
April 27 Stephanie Ozer Quartet presents luscious and electric Brazilian jazz gems, familiar and new, with Ozer on piano, Masha Campagne on vocals, David Belove on bass and Kendrick Freeman on drums.
Individual musicians subject to last-minute changes.