The American Legacy Jazz Band is a musical experiment created by songwriter Ernest Michael Olivarez. A motley crew of culturally diverse musicians representing four distinct generations of music (ages 25-79) imparted their talents to help realize this vision of creating a group of original “American Jazz” songs. The first project by the “Legacy Band” is a collection of New Christmas songs with a familiar feel of songs recorded by Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole & Dean Martin and yet with fresh melodies contemporary and unique.
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Sarah Shook & the Disarmers will be playing in town at the Kessler Theater on June 18th. The North Carolina-based quintet has built a reputation for no-frills, honky-tonk-infused rock with a punk spirit. On Nightroamer, the unit expands their sound … Continue reading →
Thompson San Antonio – Riverwalk is hosting the first of a one-of-a-kind quarterly dinner series with partner Soular Therapy on Thursday, May 19th. The special, six-course Sensory Dinner will be led by the hotel’s fantastic executive chef, Robert Cantu, and each course will be paired with … Continue reading →
Duro Hospitality, whose portfolio includes beloved hot spots The Charles, Bar Charles, and Sister, is proud to announce the opening of their new concept on Greenville Avenue: Café Duro. Café Duro is adjacent to its restaurant Sister and bring a unique … Continue reading →
“Finding Hetch Hetchy: The Hidden Yosemite,” a new short climbing documentary jointly produced by Burkard Studios and Q Stories, will premiere at Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride on May 27. The film features veteran climbers Timmy O’Neill and Lucho Rivera, one of the few … Continue reading →
The fun starts with a live performance by DFW-based ‘80s cover band, 80s Gadgets at 7 p.m. Then, at 8:15 p.m., get your dancing shoes ready for a lesson on some of the decade’s most iconic dance moves. Put those moves to … Continue reading →