Date: Sunday, September 11, 2022
Duration: All Day
Categories: Nocturne Jazz

Dave Devine: the American Songbook Expanded
(Eric Gunnison - Piano, Dru Heller - drums)
Dave and his musical cohorts will be exploring the Great American Songbook with a renewed approach to timeless songs with instantly recognizable melodies. This unique series will including songs from the same era composed outside of Tin Pan Alley but of equal importance and lasting influence.

Presented in the unique instrumentation of electric guitar, piano and drums, Dave says of the series: "this will not at all be floaty, ambient, free sonic environment lacking backbone. Nope, this band will be getting after it!"

Hailed as “Denver’s Guitar Guru” by Westword Magazine, guitarist, composer, and educator Dave Devine is known for his virtuosity as a performer, dramatic versatility as an artist. Devine’s recording projects have ranged from experimental jazz (momen terra, Static Trio) and chamber pop (Greybird, Delby L), to jazz metal (Hate Camels), ambient (Mountain Coast), and art rock (DOORS THAT DON’T).

Devine has also recorded and/or performed with Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band (Body and Shadow, Blue Note), John Grant and the Czars (Sorry I Made You Cry, Bella Union) Art Lande, The Barr Brothers, Chuck Prophet, Marc Broussard, Elliott Sharp, Ron Miles, Matt Wilson, Ben Goldberg, and Neil Halstead among others.

Sunday Show Times:

Set One: 6:30 - 7:45pm

Set Two: 8:45- 10:00pm

Important Notes and Reservation Information:

- Floor seats are reserved for Dinner and a Show Reservations (Music & Three Course Dinner Included)

- Reserved Bar Seats are $19 per guest and include music. Bar guests can order from our entire dinner menu as well as our wine & cocktail list.

- If availability permits, we do allow walk-in guests. Walk-in guests will have a music charge of $20 per person applied to their check on weeknights.

     

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