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American saxophonist Marion Meadows, is also a composer, and contemporary jazz recording artist. Meadows has released a total of 13 albums.
He will be performing live at Blues Alley on February 14, 2017.
7:00 PM (Doors Open at 6:00 PM)……………………...$90 Per Person
10:00 PM (Doors open at 9:30 PM)..........$90 Per Person
ENTERTAINMENT: MARION MEADOWS
DINNER: Choice of: Filet Mignon, Crabcakes, Jambalaya or Shrimp & Artichoke Hearts
(Creole Vegetable for Vegetarians) Includes: House Salad, Bread Pudding & All Non Alcoholic Beverages
(Excluding Bottled Water)
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The winter Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week runs from January 30 - February 5, 2017.
Throughout the promotion, roughly 250 restaurants across the DC area offer three-course, prix-fixe meals for brunch, lunch and dinner, with brunch and lunch priced at $22 and dinner at $35.
DC Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to experience Washington, DC’s best restaurants at affordable prices. Cuisines include Contemporary American, Mexican, French, Mediterranean, Italian, Southern, Seafood, Spanish, California, Pan-Asian and more.
For a complete list of participating Georgetown restaurants, click here.
Vibraphonist/vocalist Roy Ayers will be performing live at Blues Alley from January 19 through 22, 2017.
Among the best-known, most loved and respected jazz/R&B artist on the music-scene today, Ayers, now in his fourth decade in the music business, known as the Godfather of Neo-soul, continues to bridge the gap between generations of music lovers.
In the 60’s he was an award-winning jazz vibraphonist, and transformed into a popular R&B band leader in the 70's/80's. Today, the dynamic music man is an iconic figure still in great demand and whose music industry heavyweights, including Mary J. Blige, Erykah Badu, 50 Cent, A Tribe Called Quest, Tupac and Ice Cube. Ayers recently recorded with hip hop artist Talib Kweli (produced by Kanye West) and jazz/R&B singer Wil Downing.
Roy Ayers could very well be the best jazz/R&B artist you don’t know. In his 40-plus years as a vibraphonist, he has produced a string of soul and funk classics, like “We Live In Brooklyn Baby” and “Everybody Loves the Sunshine,” that has arguably made him the second-most sampled musician in hip-hop, after James Brown.
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