Assaf Kehati Trio w/ Ehud Ettun, bass, and Oscar Suchanek, drums
Residency at Lily Pad - Every first Sunday of the month, 9pm-12am
Jazz guitarist and composer Assaf Kehati arrived to the USA in 2007 and after a short time he has made waves in the jazz scene by working with such names as Ziv Ravitz (drums), Donny McCaslin (sax), Seamus Blake (sax) and legendary drummer Billy Hart (Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery) and by performing in such venues as Blue Note, NYC; Regattabar, Boston; Washington DC Jazz Festival; MuzEnergo Jazz Festival, Russia; New England Cable News, MA; Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; and Toronto Jazz Festival.
Tunefoolery and musical friends will perform music on the theme of the 70s (of any century).
Tunefoolery is a Boston non-profit organization for musicians with psychiatric disabilities or conditions (this complicated phrase is used because some people with long-term mental illness don't feel disabled, in part, thanks to being in Tunefoolery). The group is a loving community of 50 musicians, who play a variety of music in ensembles and as solo acts, and who perform for underserved populations in New England and beyond.
English Tom in the Bookstore shook the music scene with the release of their debut EP "Welcome to the Bookstore", soon after getting signed to Berklee's premier record label Jazz Revelations Records. Equiped with music that will grasp any listener, their signature mix of Jazz and Hip Hop presents the style in a way never heard before.
Rhianna LaRocque has come a long way since spending Sunday afternoons in her hometown of Severna Park, MD, singing Spice Girls songs into her hairbrush. Today, in the midst of releasing her second EP, Rhianna has evolved into a unique and versatile singer-songwriter whose music combines a level of introspection beyond her years with the wide-eyed sincerity of someone always trying to learn and gro…w. Floating over rolling chord patterns, Rhianna’s voice has one quality that stands out above many others – honesty.