• Bill Frisell – a benefit for the Give-a-Jam to End Homelessness

    The legendary jazz guitarist is performing this benefit as a gift to the people of Louisville. Mr. Frisell is not accepting a fee so that all proceeds will benefit the Giveajam to End Homelessness, a joint project of the Clifton Center and the Coalition for the Homeless now in its 5th year. Joining Mr. Frisell is the renowned local jazz artist, Dick Sisto, who will also be donating his performance.
    November 19
    at 7:30 ($30, $45, $75) MORE INFO
  • The 5th Annual Give-A-Jam to End Homelessness

    The Give-A-Jam is becoming a holiday tradition in Louisville. Once again, some of our city's leading musicians and chefs will come together to raise money in support of the Coalition for the Homeless' efforts. Participants this year include Bonnie Prince Billy, Joan Shelley & Nathan Salsburg, Small Time Napoleon, Tyrone Cotton, Cheyenne Mize, Justin Paul Lewis, Will King, Cafe Lou Lou, Volare, Jack Fry, and more!
    Thursday, December 17
    at 6:00 ($20 - with $10 in food/drinks included) MORE INFO
  • An evening with Tierney Sutton

    A 7-time Grammy nominee, Sutton has received 6 consecutive nominations for “Best Jazz Vocal Album”- a nomination for every project she has released for the last decade.
    January 8
    at 8:00 ($25) MORE INFO
  • Eric Bibb & Corey Harris

    Two top of the line bluesmen get together for an evening of True Blues!
    Thursday, February 4th
    at 7:30 ($22) MORE INFO
  • Dom Flemons

    Dom Flemons is the "American Songster," pulling from traditions of old-time folk music to create new sounds. As part of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, which he co-founded with Rhiannon Giddens and Justin Robinson, he has played at a variety of festivals spanning from the Newport Folk Festival to Bonnaroo, in addition to renowned venues such as the Grand Ole Opry.
    Thursday, March 3rd
    at 7:30 ($22) MORE INFO
  • SFJazz Collective plays the music of Michael Jackson

    If you aren’t already familiar with the eight artists who comprise the SFJAZZ Collective, you will be. As soloists, composers and bandleaders, they represent what’s happening now in jazz. More than master instrumentalists, each member is possessed of a totally individual creative voice, working collectively to express a unified musical identity.
    Wednesday, April 6
    at 7:30 ($30) MORE INFO
  • An Evening with Leo Kottke

    Leo Kottke is considered by many to be among the greatest fingerstyle guitarists of his generation. He is a songwriter, a storyteller, and a very, very funny man.
    Friday, April 29
    at 8:00 ($31-$37) MORE INFO