Outlaw Jazz with Doc Watkins, Brandon Guerra and Brandon Rivas

Outlaw Jazz with Doc Watkins, Brandon Guerra and Brandon Rivas

Tue, Jun 18

No pianos will be harmed in the making of this music. Get ready for a blast from the past as Doc Watkins, Brandon Guerra, and Brandon Rivas play the hits from their 2014 album "The Outlaw" and many other outlaw jazz tunes! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Latin Jazz Night with Jose Amador and Terra Nova

Latin Jazz Night with Jose Amador and Terra Nova

Wed, Jun 19

Don't miss Latin Jazz night at Jazz, TX with Jose Amador and Terra Nova! The band will feature latin arrangements of tunes by Horace Silver, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, and original compositions. Our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

The Toro Flores Quintet

The Toro Flores Quintet

Thu, Jun 20

Jazz is alive and well in South Texas! Toro Flores brings you a truly original sound with influences of jazz, classical and latin traditions. His compositions center around the strengths of the individual musicians in the ensemble as well as featuring the ensemble itself. As always, our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! More about Toro: Toro Flores is a multi-instrumentalist and music educator from San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Flores has been performing and playing music for 35 years making his mark on marimba performance. As well as being San Antonio's premiere mallet performer (marimba, vibraphone, and xylophone) Flores is also an accomplished guitar player, playing with many notable San Antonio area bands and musicians. He has covered all musical styles prized in Texas ranging from country to reggae, from Jazz to blues and beyond. However, Flores found his calling playing Latin Jazz. Flores, with his various bands including Zarabande and recently Hot Sauce, has thrilled audiences with his brilliant mallet wizardry and emotive guitar playing. Extremely well received performances in San Antonio's Jazz's Alive festival and the Texas Jazz Festival are notable highlights among others, and Flores has shared the stage with many international acts. Flores has a bachelor's degree in music (B.M.) and has put his credentials to work by teaching wind ensemble jazz band and other music classes in public schools for 17 years in addition to regular nightly and weekend performances. Toro Flores, aka Alfred Flores, continues to recreate and innovate his vast musical talents to always deliver a compelling and world class performance. 

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

Fri, Jun 21

Mardi Gras and the music of New Orleans is alive and well at Jazz, TX on Friday nights! Come celebrate the weekend with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, Mike Porter, Ed Sherry and friends. Featuring classic New Orleans tunes like "Bourbon Street Parade," "Come to the Mardi Gras," "Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans," "When the Saints Go Marching In" and more, New Orleans night is a Jazz, TX tradition! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

A Tribute to the music of Walt Disney

A Tribute to the music of Walt Disney

Sat, Jun 22

"Hugely successful." - Texas Public Radio If you haven't seen the Jazz, TX Disney Tribute, you're in for a treat! Join Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends as they pay tribute to some of the most memorable tunes from the past 100 years of Walt Disney films. Played in the style of a 1960s jazz quartet, they'll feature songs like "When you wish upon a star," "The Bare Necessities," and music from Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, Toy Story, and much more. Don't miss it! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service and ready to serve you. See you at the show! 

Jazz, TX Presents: Jazz, TV!

Jazz, TX Presents: Jazz, TV!

Tue, Jun 25

Get ready for a new show created by Adam Carrillo, featuring Doc Watkins (piano), Brandon Guerra (drums), Mike Porter (bass), and Adam Carrillo (sax). Jazz, TV explores the iconic tunes of the past 75 years of television classics in the style of an instrumental jazz quartet. TV classics such as ...... well, we don't want to give it away. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

CLOSED for Private Event

CLOSED for Private Event

Wed, Jun 26

Jazz, TX will be closed for a private event. Thank you!!! 

Soul'd Out, featuring Adam Carrillo and his Quartet

Soul'd Out, featuring Adam Carrillo and his Quartet

Thu, Jun 27

Jazz, TX is proud to present a new show from Adam Carrillo featuring jazz renditions of classic Soul and R&B tunes. Composed and arranged by the amazing Adam Carrillo on sax, and featuring an all-star lineup of world-class talent. Don't miss it! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

Fri, Jun 28

Mardi Gras and the music of New Orleans is alive and well at Jazz, TX on Friday nights! Come celebrate the weekend with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, Mike Porter, Ed Sherry and friends. Featuring classic New Orleans tunes like "Bourbon Street Parade," "Come to the Mardi Gras," "Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans," "When the Saints Go Marching In" and more, New Orleans night is a Jazz, TX tradition! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

CLOSED for Private Event

CLOSED for Private Event

Sat, Jun 29

Jazz, TX will be closed for a private event. Thank you!!! 

Soul'd Out, featuring Adam Carrillo and his Quartet

Soul'd Out, featuring Adam Carrillo and his Quartet

Tue, Jul 02

Jazz, TX is proud to present a new show from Adam Carrillo featuring jazz renditions of classic Soul and R&B tunes. Composed and arranged by the amazing Adam Carrillo on sax, and featuring an all-star lineup of world-class talent. Don't miss it! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

The Trad Police

The Trad Police

Wed, Jul 03

Back by popular demand! The Trad Police are your source for high energy jazz in the South Texas area. They specialize in early jazz music from the 1900s to the 1950s. You’ll hear music from the great Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller and Jelly Roll Morton, just to name a few. You won’t want to miss this band who always brings excitement to their shows, and a smile to your face. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

4th of July Tribute to Louis Armstrong with the Dirty River Jazz Band

4th of July Tribute to Louis Armstrong with the Dirty River Jazz Band

Thu, Jul 04

Jazz, TX and the Dirty River Jazz Band celebrate the music of the great Louis Armstrong on the 4th of July! One night only, and the place will be swingin! Come celebrate! As always, our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

Fri, Jul 05

Mardi Gras and the music of New Orleans is alive and well at Jazz, TX on Friday nights! Come celebrate the weekend with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, Mike Porter, Ed Sherry and friends. Featuring classic New Orleans tunes like "Bourbon Street Parade," "Come to the Mardi Gras," "Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans," "When the Saints Go Marching In" and more, New Orleans night is a Jazz, TX tradition! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

The Music of Walt Disney - Volume II

The Music of Walt Disney - Volume II

Sat, Jul 06

Due to the insanely high success of our original Tribute to Walt Disney, Brandon Guerra and Adam Carrillo set out to create a SECOND show with all new music from your favorite Disney films. A completely different set list, Volume II features classic Disney tunes like "Be our guest," "Colors of the Wind," "Feed the Birds," "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," and many more. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service and ready to serve you. See you at the show! 

The Steve Soares Trio

The Steve Soares Trio

Tue, Jul 09

“Steve Soares is a consummate pro, and one of the swinginest piano players around. I've had the pleasure of hearing Steve and his trio on numerous occasions, and they never fail to impress. His rendition of Honeysuckle Rose is one of my favorites.” - Doc Watkins Join Steve Soares and his trio for an evening of classic jazz standards and original arrangements! Our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Salsa Night! with Jose Amador and NATIAO Latin Jazz

Salsa Night! with Jose Amador and NATIAO Latin Jazz

Wed, Jul 10

A Jazz, TX tradition! The dance floor is always open for Salsa Night with Jose Amador and NATIAO Latin Jazz. Since our Grand Opening in 2016, Jazz, TX has been proud to feature monthly Salsa nights with the best Salsa band in town!  Our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Noelle Goforth and Three Swings and a Miss

Noelle Goforth and Three Swings and a Miss

Thu, Jul 11

Be transported with the hot swingin' jazz of yesteryear as Noelle Goforth and Three Swings and a Miss take the stage to bring you a delightful collection of songs from the golden age of Jazz. Influenced by legends like Billie Holiday, the Nat King Cole Trio, and Peggy Lee, Noelle and her band capture the charm and spirit of the swing era and have become a favorite here at Jazz TX! As always, our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

Fri, Jul 12

Mardi Gras and the music of New Orleans is alive and well at Jazz, TX on Friday nights! Come celebrate the weekend with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, Mike Porter, Ed Sherry and friends. Featuring classic New Orleans tunes like "Bourbon Street Parade," "Come to the Mardi Gras," "Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans," "When the Saints Go Marching In" and more, New Orleans night is a Jazz, TX tradition! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Doc Watkins and his Orchestra - The Dance Floor is OPEN!

Doc Watkins and his Orchestra - The Dance Floor is OPEN!

Sat, Jul 13

Join Doc Watkins and his Orchestra on select Saturday nights for an unforgettable night of classic big band music, dinner, drinks, and dancing. Doc and his 10-piece Big Band Orchestra will feature the music of Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellingon, Count Basie, and much, much more. Come join the party! As always, our kitchen and bar will be open for dinner service, and the dance floor will be open. See you at the show! 

The Doc Watkins Trio

The Doc Watkins Trio

Tue, Jul 16

Join Doc Watkins, Mike Porter, and Brandon Guerra for another beautiful evening of piano trio music! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Jazz, TX Presents: Benny Benack III

Jazz, TX Presents: Benny Benack III

Wed, Jul 17

Back by popular demand, Jazz, TX is thrilled to welcome Emmy-nominated trumpeter and vocalist Benny Benack III back to the stage! By age 32, Emmy-nominated trumpeter and singer Benny Benack III has proven to be that rarest of talents: not only a fiery trumpet player with a stirring command of the postbop trumpet vernacular in the vein of Kenny Dorham and Freddie Hubbard, but also a singer with a sly, mature, naturally expressive delivery in the post-Sinatra mold, performing standards and his own astute songs with a thrilling sense of showmanship. This duel-threat ability was recognized by the 2022 Downbeat Critics Poll where he appeared as not only the #2 Rising Star Male Vocalist, but a top Rising Star Trumpeter as well. His superb intonation and bracing virtuosity enable him to handle astounding feats of originally composed vocalese (complex solos with written lyrics). On top of it all, he’s a highly capable pianist as well. Benny has performed internationally as an Emcee/Host for the Youtube sensation Postmodern Jukebox, and achieved his own viral success amassing millions of views for his crooning alongside the Grammy-award winning “8-Bit Big Band”. In early 2020 he released A Lot of Livin’ to Do, the follow-up to his well-received 2017 debut One of a Kind. This sophomore effort, richly varied in mood and brimming with bop inflection, features bassist extraordinaire and Jazz ambassador Christian McBride (whose Grammy-award winning Big Band frequently calls upon Benny in the trumpet section) and drummer/producer Ulysses Owens, Jr., as well as the radiant Takeshi Ohbayashi on piano and Rhodes. His vocalese duet on “Social Call” from this album alongside fellow young star vocalist Veronica Swift became an instant smash hit single, being transcribed and learned by Jazz vocalists around the world. Alongside his global touring as a straight-ahead/contemporary bandleader, Benny has appeared as a trumpet soloist in more commercial circles alongside Josh Groban, Ben Folds, fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi, Ann Hampton Callaway and more. He’s been featured at Birdland, Jazz @ Lincoln Center, Mezzrow, Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle and other leading New York venues, and has also been a special guest with the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops Orchestra, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra and the Minsk Philharmonic Orchestra. He made his television debut in NBC’s short-lived, SNL-inspired variety show “Maya & Marty” playing in the in-studio band led by acclaimed bassist & Broadway arranger Charlie Rosen. More recent TV credits include “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” where he frequently performs in the House Band. His global recognition has been bolstered by recent live-streaming concerts at Smalls Jazz Club, where he maintains a weekly residency, as well as frequent appearances on fellow young lion Emmet Cohen’s “Emmet’s Place” weekly show. Third in a generational line of Pittsburgh jazz notables, Benny follows in the footsteps of his trumpeter/bandleader grandfather, Benny Benack, Sr. (1921-86), and his father Benny Benack, Jr., a saxophonist/clarinetist who gave the young Benny his first professional experience. Benny, Sr. hailed from a Pittsburgh lineage that also produced Roy Eldridge, Earl Hines, Art Blakey, Billy Strayhorn and so many more. He recorded the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 1960 theme song “Beat ’Em Bucs” and toured with Tommy Dorsey and Raymond Scott, among others. Benny III returns to Pittsburgh often to perform, saluting his family forebears and the jazz heritage as a whole, nonetheless staking his bold and highly individual artistic claim. He is an endorsing artist with Torpedo Bags cases, CarolBrass flugelhorns, as well as various menswear fashion lines including X-Suit, Alain Dupetit, Proper Cloth & Vittone. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Jazz, TX Presents: Benny Benack III

Jazz, TX Presents: Benny Benack III

Thu, Jul 18

Back by popular demand, Jazz, TX is thrilled to welcome Emmy-nominated trumpeter and vocalist Benny Benack III back to the stage! By age 32, Emmy-nominated trumpeter and singer Benny Benack III has proven to be that rarest of talents: not only a fiery trumpet player with a stirring command of the postbop trumpet vernacular in the vein of Kenny Dorham and Freddie Hubbard, but also a singer with a sly, mature, naturally expressive delivery in the post-Sinatra mold, performing standards and his own astute songs with a thrilling sense of showmanship. This duel-threat ability was recognized by the 2022 Downbeat Critics Poll where he appeared as not only the #2 Rising Star Male Vocalist, but a top Rising Star Trumpeter as well. His superb intonation and bracing virtuosity enable him to handle astounding feats of originally composed vocalese (complex solos with written lyrics). On top of it all, he’s a highly capable pianist as well. Benny has performed internationally as an Emcee/Host for the Youtube sensation Postmodern Jukebox, and achieved his own viral success amassing millions of views for his crooning alongside the Grammy-award winning “8-Bit Big Band”. In early 2020 he released A Lot of Livin’ to Do, the follow-up to his well-received 2017 debut One of a Kind. This sophomore effort, richly varied in mood and brimming with bop inflection, features bassist extraordinaire and Jazz ambassador Christian McBride (whose Grammy-award winning Big Band frequently calls upon Benny in the trumpet section) and drummer/producer Ulysses Owens, Jr., as well as the radiant Takeshi Ohbayashi on piano and Rhodes. His vocalese duet on “Social Call” from this album alongside fellow young star vocalist Veronica Swift became an instant smash hit single, being transcribed and learned by Jazz vocalists around the world. Alongside his global touring as a straight-ahead/contemporary bandleader, Benny has appeared as a trumpet soloist in more commercial circles alongside Josh Groban, Ben Folds, fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi, Ann Hampton Callaway and more. He’s been featured at Birdland, Jazz @ Lincoln Center, Mezzrow, Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle and other leading New York venues, and has also been a special guest with the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops Orchestra, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra and the Minsk Philharmonic Orchestra. He made his television debut in NBC’s short-lived, SNL-inspired variety show “Maya & Marty” playing in the in-studio band led by acclaimed bassist & Broadway arranger Charlie Rosen. More recent TV credits include “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” where he frequently performs in the House Band. His global recognition has been bolstered by recent live-streaming concerts at Smalls Jazz Club, where he maintains a weekly residency, as well as frequent appearances on fellow young lion Emmet Cohen’s “Emmet’s Place” weekly show. Third in a generational line of Pittsburgh jazz notables, Benny follows in the footsteps of his trumpeter/bandleader grandfather, Benny Benack, Sr. (1921-86), and his father Benny Benack, Jr., a saxophonist/clarinetist who gave the young Benny his first professional experience. Benny, Sr. hailed from a Pittsburgh lineage that also produced Roy Eldridge, Earl Hines, Art Blakey, Billy Strayhorn and so many more. He recorded the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 1960 theme song “Beat ’Em Bucs” and toured with Tommy Dorsey and Raymond Scott, among others. Benny III returns to Pittsburgh often to perform, saluting his family forebears and the jazz heritage as a whole, nonetheless staking his bold and highly individual artistic claim. He is an endorsing artist with Torpedo Bags cases, CarolBrass flugelhorns, as well as various menswear fashion lines including X-Suit, Alain Dupetit, Proper Cloth & Vittone. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

Fri, Jul 19

Mardi Gras and the music of New Orleans is alive and well at Jazz, TX on Friday nights! Come celebrate the weekend with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, Mike Porter, Ed Sherry and friends. Featuring classic New Orleans tunes like "Bourbon Street Parade," "Come to the Mardi Gras," "Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans," "When the Saints Go Marching In" and more, New Orleans night is a Jazz, TX tradition! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Jose Amador and NATIAO Presents: A Tribute to Buena Vista Social Club!

Jose Amador and NATIAO Presents: A Tribute to Buena Vista Social Club!

Sat, Jul 20

For the first time ever, Jazz, TX pays tribute to the music and spirit of 1940s Havana, as captured by filmmaker Wim Wenders in the award winning 1999 documentary "Buena Vista Social Club." The dance floor will be open, and it's sure to be a Saturday night party! As always, the kitchen and bar will be rockin.' See you there! 

Vanessa del Fierro and Mariachi las Coronelas

Vanessa del Fierro and Mariachi las Coronelas

Tue, Jul 23

"Like nothing you've ever seen. It is an eleven-member, beautiful, all-female ensemble that performs a high-energy entertaining show from beginning to end. A mix of songs in English and Spanish that cater to every single person in the audience. From love songs, to dance songs to the Devil Went Down To Georgia, Las Coronelas are changing the way people perceive Mariachi Genre. Created and directed by Vanessa del Fierro, beauty, talent, high-energy and plenty of audience interaction are qualities that Las Coronelas bring. Don't let the dresses and high heels fool you, when these ladies put on a show, they truly make it a magical event and will leave the audience asking for more. Guaranteed to be something you've never seen and will definitely be an experience you will never forget!" – Viva Mexico Jazz, TX is always honored to have our favorite Mariachis in the house! As always, our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Latin Jazz Night with Jose Amador and Terra Nova

Latin Jazz Night with Jose Amador and Terra Nova

Wed, Jul 24

Don't miss Latin Jazz night at Jazz, TX with Jose Amador and Terra Nova! The band will feature latin arrangements of tunes by Horace Silver, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, and original compositions. Our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

New Orleans Night! A Mardi Gras Party with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, and friends

Fri, Jul 26

Mardi Gras and the music of New Orleans is alive and well at Jazz, TX on Friday nights! Come celebrate the weekend with Brandon Guerra, Adam Carrillo, Mike Porter, Ed Sherry and friends. Featuring classic New Orleans tunes like "Bourbon Street Parade," "Come to the Mardi Gras," "Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans," "When the Saints Go Marching In" and more, New Orleans night is a Jazz, TX tradition! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Aaron Prado plays Abbey Road

Aaron Prado plays Abbey Road

Tue, Jul 30

The title says it all. Join Aaron Prado and his trio for a brand new show starting Tuesday, June 6th at Jazz, TX As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Aubrey Logan: "Jazz Standards – No Pop Songs Allowed"

Aubrey Logan: "Jazz Standards – No Pop Songs Allowed"

Thu, Aug 01

Aubrey Logan's upcoming show, JAZZ STANDARDS ONLY, is a captivating journey through the timeless classics of the Great American Songbook. Renowned for her extraordinary vocal prowess and trombone virtuosity, Aubrey brings a fresh, sophisticated interpretation to beloved jazz standards. Stripping away the contemporary pop influences for now (mostly) this performance is an (almost) pure homage to the golden era of American music, promising an evening of elegance, nostalgia, and impeccable artistry. This special show is a must-see for anyone who craves the sophistication and charm of a bygone era. Join her for an unforgettable night where each note celebrates the rich heritage of jazz. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

A Tribute to The Music of Dave Brubeck

A Tribute to The Music of Dave Brubeck

Thu, Aug 08

Jazz, TX is excited to announce a brand new show! Presented by the Jazz Protagonists with special guest, Rich Oppenheim: A tribute to the music of Dave Brubeck will feature the classic tunes from the library of legendary pianist Dave Brubeck and saxophonist Paul Desmond. Featuring Barry Brake (piano), Rich Oppenheim (saxophone), Darren Kuper (drums), and Greg Norris (bass). As always, our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Jazz, TX Presents: Lonnie McFadden!

Jazz, TX Presents: Lonnie McFadden!

Wed, Aug 14

"For me, to be on stage, it's like I'm consciously aware of how fortunate I am. And I think that's where the smile comes from. Wow, my whole life, all I wanted to do was play music. And that's what I'm doing." – Lonnie McFadden Back by popular demand! Jazz, TX is honored to welcome Kansas City legend Lonnie McFadden back to our stage on Wednesday, August 14th. A world-class vocalist, trumpeter, and tap dancer, Mr. McFadden recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Jazz Museum. Over the years he has shared the stage with The Count Basie Orchestra, Sammy Davis Jr., Wayne Newton, and many others. He returns to Jazz, TX with his all-star quartet for a magical evening right here in San Antonio. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Salsa Night! with Jose Amador and NATIAO Latin Jazz

Salsa Night! with Jose Amador and NATIAO Latin Jazz

Thu, Aug 15

A Jazz, TX tradition! The dance floor is always open for Salsa Night with Jose Amador and NATIAO Latin Jazz. Since our Grand Opening in 2016, Jazz, TX has been proud to feature monthly Salsa nights with the best Salsa band in town!  Our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Mark Little Presents: A Tribute to Bill Evans

Mark Little Presents: A Tribute to Bill Evans

Tue, Aug 27

“Mark Little’s spirited playing amply demonstrates his total immersion in the music he loves, not to mention his wholehearted commitment to it." - John Dankworth Jazz, TX is honored to welcome pianist Mark Little as he pays tribute to the legendary music of Bill Evans. Mr. Little had the opportunity to study with Evans, and has been a top advocate for his music for the past three decades. The show will feature many of Evans' most famous tunes, like "Time Remembered," "Waltz for Debby," "Tenderly," "Some day my prince will come" and more. He'll be joined by Brandon Rivas (bass), Joe Caploe (drums), and a special guest appearance by Adam Carrillo on the sax. Don't miss it! As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Latin Jazz Night with Jose Amador and Terra Nova

Latin Jazz Night with Jose Amador and Terra Nova

Wed, Aug 28

Don't miss Latin Jazz night at Jazz, TX with Jose Amador and Terra Nova! The band will feature latin arrangements of tunes by Horace Silver, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, and original compositions. Our kitchen and bar are fully open for dinner service. See you at the show! 

Jazz, TX Presents: The Joel Frahm Trio!

Jazz, TX Presents: The Joel Frahm Trio!

Tue, Oct 22

For more than 30 years, Joel Frahm lived in New York City, working in jazz clubs, collaborating with other musicians, and honing his craft. He now lives in Nashville, where he continues to play the music he loves. His bold, inventive tenor sound has won fans in the U.S. and across the world. He has worked alongside Betty Carter, Kenny Barron, Freddy Cole, Dianne Schuur, Kurt Elling, Jane Monheit, Bill Charlap, Brad Mehldau, Matt Wilson, Cyrille Aimee, and many other top artists. He has played as a leader or sideman on more than 100 recordings and has appeared at jazz festivals in the United States, Europe, Israel, Canada and South America. In addition to his work as a performer, he has taught jazz classes in clinics at the University of North Carolina, the University of Connecticut, New York University, Wichita State University, the University of North Texas, Baylor University, Colorado State University, Furman University, the University of Toronto, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, the University of Manitoba and others. He also has worked at the Monterey Jazz Festival’s Next Generation program; the Sant Andreu Youth Jazz Orchestra in Barcelona, Spain; the Dave Brubeck Institute in Stockton, California; the Center for Jazz Studies at the Israel Conservatory in Tel Aviv; the Czech Jazz Workshop in Prague; and the Siena Jazz Workshop in Italy. Joel grew up in Racine, Wisconsin and moved to West Hartford, Connecticut as a high school freshman, where he became part of the acclaimed Hall High School jazz band. It was there he developed a passion for jazz, exploring the music of jazz greats such as Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Silver and Wayne Shorter. In 1992, he received a bachelor's degree from the Manhattan School of Music. As always, our kitchen and bar are open for dinner service. See you at the show!