If you love jazz, you’ll want to hear the Marcus Shelby Orchestra and enjoy time at the ocean from the deck of the Douglas Beach House. Enjoy the ambiance of the Pillar Point Harbor before the concert or walk along the Miramar Beach. (more…)
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You don’t want to miss this one if you love Latin American music —Sunday, November 20, 2011, 4:30 p.m., the Miguel Zenon Quartet.
Grammy Nominee many times and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow, the Miguel Zenon Quartet is perfecting a fine mix between Latin American folkloric music and jazz.
Miguel Zenon is on saxophone with Luis Perdomo on piano, Hans Glawischnig on bass and Henry Cole on drums.
Don’t miss out— Gypsy Jazz at Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society Sunday, November 13, 2011, 4:30 p.m.
The Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society presents the George Cole Quintet in a rich blend of the Great American Songbook flavored with the musings of Django Reinhardt’s gypsy jazz.
George Cole Quintet: George Cole on guitar and vocals, Mary Jenson with the vocals, Jimmy Grant on rhythm guitar, Christopher Bastian swings on bass and Annie Staninec on the violin.
This quintet’s style has been called “Eurocana.” In addition to new material, they will be playing from their CD Riverside Drive that captures the essence of classic Thirties tunes but maintains a modern sensibility.
Tickets, $35: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/198781
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Douglas Beach House on Miramar Beach
307 Mirada Road, Half Moon Bay
For more information, contact Linda Goetz, 650 726-2020, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disley has played in London with Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Mick Jagger and Dave Stewart and has performed at the Catalina Island, Sonoma, Lake Tahoe and SFJAZZ festivals. Current bookings include the Iron Gate in Belmont, Filoli Center and Yoshi’s San Francisco. He brings small-combo and big-band fusion-bop-jazz to life with his own original compositions. He also plays solo dates with repertoire from Bach to Led Zeppelin and Lady Gaga. (more…)
A Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society presentation at the Douglas Beach House, Half Moon Bay, CA
New Yorker “alto sax virtuoso” and “master musician” (Downbeat), highlight music from new release “Interface” (Savant).
Jim Snidero- Alto Sax, Bill Cunliffe- Piano, Paul Gill- Bass, Jason Tiemann- Drums
Described as being “soulful, swinging and yet utterly modern”, New York based alto saxophonist Jim Snidero’s music seems to encapsulate what is both unique and compelling about jazz. Called an “alto sax virtuoso” and “master musician” (Downbeat), as well as a “genuinely significant figure in jazz composition” (Penguin Guide to Jazz), Snidero is a veteran recording artist (EMI, Milestone, Savant, etc …) and sideman (Mingus Big Band, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Palmieri, Jack McDuff, etc …) that can truly say “been there, done that”.
Musicians websites: http://www.jimsnidero.com/
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Douglas Beach House on Miramar Beach, 307 Mirada Road, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Contact: Linda Goetz, 650 726-2020, email@example.com
Terry Disley is an internationally acclaimed pianist, keyboardist, composer, arranger, Grammy Award nominee twice and winner of London’s best young jazz musicians award. He has been featured on hundreds of recordings with innumerable artists including Paul McCartney, Bryan Ferry, Van Morrison, Sir Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart, George Harrison, Billy Bragg, Terry Hall, Madness, Acoustic Alchemy, and the movie soundtracks Beautiful Girls, Showgirls, Crime Time, The Ref and Monument Avenue. He also opened shows for pianists McCoy Tyner, Monty Alexander and Cedar Walton, John McLaughlin, the Yellowjackets, Grover Washington, and Bob Dylan, and has been featured in newspapers, magazines, radio interviews and television shows around the world.
The Miramar offers incomparable views, exceptional food, and impeccable service at the Half Moon Bay restaurant in Miramar Beach. They provide a dining experience that will exceed the expectations of everyone in your party.
The dining menu consists of the freshest seafood, finest steaks and our world-famous seafood chowder. We also have a superb, hand-picked list of wines, domestic and imported.
The Miramar Beach Restaurant was originally designed and built as a Prohibition speakeasy. Inside were revolving kitchen cabinets and other secret compartments where illegal liquor was concealed from the prying eyes of the “G-Men.” Our new expanded bar with a view from every seat now displays our extensive collection of “legal spirits.”
3 course complete dinners for $19.95 per person!
February 3: Roast Lamb Loin Night
February 10: Rib Eye Night
February 17: Crab Risotto Night
February 24: Prime Rib Night
Plus 25% off bottle wines every Thursday. Happy Hour 4-7 pm.
Reservations advised 650-726-9053. Online reservation available.