Next Jazz Jam is on Mon, May 27
See you at 7:30 to 9:30pm.
Doors open at 7pm.
Come by our cozy Bistro - enjoy the energetic sounds of local jammers - while enjoying warm (and cool) food from our kitchen. We have delicious soups, scrumptious pies and other light fare available on Mondays! Beer on tap, wines and ciders also served.
A great chance to talk about crucial and interesting issues with others. ... over a muffin and coffee - or breakfast?
Don Kellett (guitar, mandolin),
A tasty mix of Gypsy Jazz, Latin, Traditional and original music played on string instruments - Guitars, Mandolin, Steel Guitar and Ukulele with vocals.
Thursday Lunch Music Weekly
12:00pm to 1:30pm
Music by donation
Anna Kuchkova (cello), and Kevin Arland ( sax) https://vancouvereventduo.simdif.com
Barry Wilson ( guitar and vocals)
The Itty Bitty Big Band (Gord and Krista)
As a live performer, Mounteney considers herself fortunate to have
worked alongside some of Vancouver’s finest musicians and groups and she
has been inspired in the jazz vein by international heroes like Dee Dee
Bridgewater, Betty Carter, Chet Baker, and in the gospel and blues vein
by Bonnie Raitt, Etta James, Aretha Franklin and Mahalia Jackson. Mounteney
was recently a featured artist in the Strong Women, Strong Music series
held at Frankie’s Jazz Club in March and she returned to Frankie’s in
May with her own Quintet. http://ljmounteney.com/about/
Sixteen-year-old Jack Campbell lives and breathes music. He plays blues and jazz guitar, classical violin, and he composes. Jack’s guitar inspirations include Albert King, Gary Clark Jr., and Django Reinhardt. In this concert, Jack and LJ Mounteney will unite Jack’s passionate guitar playing with LJ’s soulful vocals for an evening of blues.
Meet with other creative folks, share ideas, collaborate in artistic endeavours or perhaps get help on exploring your artistic potential....
Upcoming Exhibit by CPT - May 29+
Monthly Meet-up details:
We meet the 2nd Thursday of each month for snacks/light lunch at the Gallery Bistro - from 1:30pm to 2:30pm.
These get-togethers are for artists across the creative spectrum -
Contact: Rose Kapp firstname.lastname@example.org
Next meet-up -
Thursday, June 13
A great opportunity to hear 2 musicians on one stage with 2 unique styles, representing two sides of the country - with unique and highly acclaimed songs including Award nominated music!!! Listen here and get your tickets now!
Open Mic Night
Time : 6pm-9pm
Gallery Bistro serves light fare,
local Moody Ales, wine, pies, YUM!
SOLD OUT - looking to book a fall concert - stay posted
A spectacular evening of Jazz : This will be a milestone evening blending Young and Old - some Old jazz tunes and some newer - sung by Julia - an emerging young artist alongside a couple of seasoned musical greats - Miles Hill and Bill Sample.
This is a night for all ages - a great time for family dinner enjoyment followed by this fabulous concert.
The dinner is a pleaser for youth of all ages - a Gourmet Burger (Meat or Veggie) with oven cooked potato wedges served with chipotle mayo dip and a side of mixed slaw.
Jazzlinks is a 5 piece jazz combo featuring a winning combination of local jazz practitioners: Linda Szentes, vocals; Jim Pinchin, tenor sax; Djudju Hartono, piano; Johan Worst, bass; Zoltan Kollar, drums.
They bring sophistication to the blues, blues to the bossa and a swingin’ rhythmic feel to a wide repertoire. For a quality experience, you found them .............just in time! Book now!
Sat., Jun 8 - Dinner at 7pm, Concert at 8pm.
The Port Moody Ukulele Club meets on the 2nd Wed of every month at The Gallery Bistro. Next session will be Wed., June 12
Doors open at 5:30pm with time to order food and drinks, then playing from 6:30-8:30pm. Open to all skill levels.
The Port Moody Uke Night, has a suggested drop-in fee of $2-$5. The group uses the "Heritage Uke Club" Songbooks for their sing-a-longs on Wed nights. There are two new songs added each time - available through email. Attendees are invited to bring their own ukuleles, or use one of a limited number on loan. Contact Linda O'Connell for further info at email@example.com .
It all started when Alex Deeth returned from exile and coerced his old buddy Peter Callaway into forming a folk duo for fun and profit. Well okay, just for fun really. Combining elements of bluegrass, country blues, western swing, cajun and anything else they could think of, Rusty Creek was born. Along the way this roots fusion attracted other fine musicians with similar tastes and aspirations. The “duo” now has five members, although the pay seems to be about the same. Still, all bitchin’ aside, the band has performed extensively throughout the Vancouver B.C. area and recently released their first CD.
So…if you like Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, Earl and Lester, Mr. Monroe, Hank, Little Feat, John Prine, Johnny Cash, Elton John, Chris Stapleton, John Sebastian, J.J. Cale, The Rolling Stones, New Riders of the Purple Sage etc… come on down!
NOTE: Rusty Creek will be giving every person who attends a copy of their CD!
See their latest video - tons of fun..
Community Drum Circle
#rd Wednesday of Month
2411 Clarke St., Port Moody
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Come early and enjoy a tasty meal and a drink.
To assist with planning, please confirm your food preference (meat or veg) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Drumming 7:30p.m – 9:00p.m.
$10 per person (cash at the door - does not include meal)
Space is limited! Please pre-register by emailing email@example.com and confirm if you will need to borrow a drum.
Sat Jul 6 - Q5Jazz
Fri Jul 12 - Rocket Science
Sat Jul 20 - Mojo Stars
Sat Jul 27 - Brandon Isaac with Pat Darcus
Tickets available soon.....