Three Martini Lunch from the 5-Cities Area, and the Jazz Alley Review, also 5-Cities will be playing “Hot Swingin’ Jazz” at the Basin Street Regulars’ Sunday afternoon Concert 12:30 to 4:00 on Sunday, November 19th.
Food and drinks will be sold and there will be a wooden DANCE FLOOR for dancing to these two great bands.
We'd like to emphasize that we operate as a non-profit organization, and your generous contributions play a vital role in sustaining the heartbeat of jazz. These funds not only keep the spirit of jazz alive but also contribute to scholarships for aspiring future jazz musicians. Your support truly matters. A suggested donation of $10 at the door is greatly appreciated.
“The Jazz Alley Review”, based on the Central Coast of California.
Emily T. the co-owner of Seven Sisters Brewing Co. had this to say about The Jazz Alley Review, “We hosted The Jazz Alley Review’s debut show and we were absolutely blown away by the talent and fun energy of the musicians. Their upbeat jazz tunes attracted a big crowd and we can’t wait to have them back”.
Performing at a variety of major locations up and down the Central Coast. Their book of music consists of most styles of jazz from traditional to hard bop, jazz/rock and fusion. Each band member brings a diverse professional sound.
- Lee Irwin, the leader and Saxophonist, came from 30 years in
the Cable TV and computer science industry.
- Dr. Rob Price, our drummer extraordinaire, is a local neurologist. - Craig Updegrove, our keyboardist, is retired from clinical
psychology. Craig is also president of the SLO Jazz Federation.
- Joe Montgomery, Mr. Trumpet, is a retired Motion Picture
Cameraman. He was on an assignment for 5 years with the
National Geographic Explorer series.
- Bruce “Scotty” Scott is a local realtor with a long background in
music. If you remember Les Brown, Scotty was a trombonist for
Les Brown and His Band of Renowns.
- Travis Harms, legionary Bassist, is a videographer. Travis travels
up and down the state making sure your local city council
meetings are video broadcasted.
- Rich Severson, one of the best guitarists I’ve known and the
newest member of the band, is originally from the L.A. and has
been playing and teaching guitar for over 50 years.
THREE MARTINI LUNCH is a Classic Jazz Trio that performs music that is Hip, Cool & Swining! Performing music of the Great American Songbook. Standards by Frank, Dean, Tony, Sammy and newer Artists like Michael Buble', Diana Krall, Tony Desare'. Also movie and pop standards of the Rat Pack Era. So, whether you want a great Love Song, Something Swinging or a Hot Latin Number call on the Masters of the Lounge Sound, THREE MARTINI LUNCH.
The Basin Street Regulars have been promoting monthly dance/concerts as well as the Jubilee by the Sea for four decades. For more information call (805) 937 8402 or go to www.basinstreetregulars.com. Email at: email@example.com .
Annual single membership $35; Under 26, $20. Couples $60, Family $75, Silver $150. The Basin Street Regulars is a 501 (c)(3) Corporation, dedicated to the performance and preservation of Traditional “Hot Swingin’” Jazz. Funds from this event supports jazz camp scholarships for area teens and young adults.