A Baltimore First for New Orleans Jazz
The inaugural edition of the New Orleans North Jazz Festival comes to the concert hall venue at GAME Warehouse on Saturday, January 16th. Never before in the history of the Baltimore music scene has there been this compelling and powerful a display of nationally recognized New Orleans Jazz at one single event. Sharing the stage for the first time will be two New Orleans legends, the powerhouse jazz ensemble Bonerama, with six major releases under its belt, AND popular and national touring sensation, the Panorama Jazz Band. These two important and musically diverse groups are set to deliver a night of potent, authentic and dynamic New Orleans Jazz.
Venue and Time
The full evening of New Orleans jazz will be held at the new GAME Warehouse, located in the newly remodeled south Baltimore warehouse area, immediately adjacent to Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino and just south of M&T Bank Stadium. In the all-night-long tradition of their shared hometown, festivities will begin at 6pm and continue until Bonerama and Panorama call it quits.GAME Warehouse1400 Warner St, Baltimore, MD 21230Phone: (410) 385-0100www.gamebaltimore.com
Hailed as “unlike anything you’ve ever heard before” Bonerama has been a trendsetter in the classic New Orleans funk rock, brass band sound since its beginnings in 1998. Over the last 15 years Bonerama has expanded the boundaries of New Orleans Jazz—and its sphere of influence continues to grow. Their unique approach to the trombone has created a whole new impression of the instrument. Bonerama has performed the National Anthem at the Sugar Bowl, appeared on David Letterman and on HBO, and performed with countless national artists. Shake it Baby, the sixth and latest Bonerama album, has received worldwide acclaim. Bonerama features the dual lead vocals and trombones of Mark Mullins and Craig Klein, along with third trombonist (and backup vocalist) Greg Hicks, guitarist Bert Cotton, bassist/sousaphone player Matt Perrine, and drummer AJ Hall.
Opening this first annual New Orleans North Jazz Festival will be Panorama Jazz Band. Panorama traces its beginnings to 1995 as a trio that quickly grew to a septet. Over their first 20 years, Panorama has released five albums that infuse indigenous, traditional sounds of worldly music cultures with the spirit of their hometown of New Orleans.
The Peabody Gypsy Swing Band
Opening the evening will be The Peabody Gypsy Swing Band from the world-renowned Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore.
New Orleans Cuisine
The authentic New Orleans sounds of the festival will be complemented by authentic New Orleans cuisine sold by select vendors. Among the traditional delicacies of the Crescent City, attendees can expect authentic gumbo, ‘Nawlins Jambalaya, homemade red beans and rice, and more. Another southern food experience will feature oyster variations served by The Local Oyster. Rounding out the food lineup will be barbeque by Big Bad Wolf House of Barbeque. New Orleans beverages and favors will be available as well.
For More Information
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