Please note: All ticket sales are final. Patrons who are unable to attend may contribute their tickets to The Nash at least 48 hours prior to the show as a tax-deductible donation for the face value of the tickets.

The doors will open approximately 30 minutes before showtime. 

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August 22: Tony Frank & Friends

Tony Frank-trumpet/vocals/Eb horn, Stan Sorenson-guitar, Selwyn Reams-bass, Buddy Banks-drums, Special guests!

TF smooths up the 10 to kick off the BLUE TRAIN JAZZ TOURII!
15 days across America and back with hits in Phx, Denver, Chi, Mo-town, Mackinac, St Louis, San Antonio and back home to The Old Pueblo.

$20, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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Running From Bears plays The Blues and the Abstract Truth

Eric Rasmussen-alto saxophone, Adam Roberts-tenor/soprano sax, Keith Kelly-tenor/baritone sax, Jeff Libman-guitar, Ben Hedquist-bass, Ryan Anthony-drums

For this performance, Running From Bears will play the music of Oliver Nelson, specifically from the classic albums The Blues and the Abstract Truth and More Blues and the Abstract Truth.

$21, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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Steven Powell w/ The Andy Galore Band

Steven Powell-vocals, Beth Lederman-keys, Mike Ozuna-guitar, Andy Galore-bass, Alonzo Powell-drums 

Steven Powell with the Andy Galore Band: Jazz-Blues-Gospel Tribute featuring the finest musicians in Arizona

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $29 VIP, $26 Preferred, $23 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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August 25 Jazz Matinee: Al Raitano

Al Raitano-vocals, Rachael Gold-piano, Mike King-bass, Dan Tomlinson-drums

Best known in the Valley for his decade-long run at the Pointe Resorts, Al Raitano is proudly celebrating 50 years in show business with his first appearance at The Nash. Joining Raitano for this 50-year celebration are long-time musical companions Rachael Gold-piano, Mike King-bass and Dan Tomlinson-drums.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $35 VIP, $31 Premium, $27 Preferred, $23 General
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August 27 Special Engagement: The New Trio - Jeff Denson, Romain Pilon & Brian Blade

Romain Pilon-guitar, Jeffrey Denson-bass, Brian Blade-drums

When these virtuoso players meet on the bandstand, the result is sheer magic. Join revered French guitarist Romain Pilon, powerhouse drummer Brian Blade and internationally acclaimed bassist, vocalist, and composer Jeff Denson as they celebrate their Ridgeway Records album Between Two Worlds (release date October 25, 2020).

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $40 VIP, $36 Premium, $32 Preferred, $28 General, $20 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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August 30: Ike Ramalho Quartet

The Ike Ramalho Quartet brings an involving musical experience filled with intense performances and innovative arrangements, featuring the music of Tom Jobim, Baden Powell, João Bosco, Mauricio Einhorn, Noel Rosa, Dorival Caymmi, Nelson Faria, among other iconic Brazilian composers. Ike Ramalho presents the modern Brazilian Guitar, preserving the true essence of Brazilian Music.

$20, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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August 31: Adam Clark - A Celebration of John Coltrane

Adam Roberts-tenor sax, Garrison Jones-piano, John Donnelly-bass, Adam Clark-drums

Saxophonist John Coltrane was, without question, one of the most influential musicians and composers of the 20th century. His pioneering work as a leader and sideman with with Jimmy Smith, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, and many more, charted the course of jazz music for decades. 

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $29 VIP, $26 Preferred, $23 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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Pete Swan Quartet

Brice Winston-saxophone, Angelo Versace-piano, Scott Black-bass, Pete Swan-drums

This show is the CD release party for a live recording made at The Nash - CDs will be available the night of the performance.

The quartet is made up of a very talented group of musicians with extensive backgrounds in performing, with very different approaches to playing that compliment one another and meld into a unique sound.  The four have been playing together every week for several years, and the is a chemistry created from from that deep familiarity is evident in their soulful, passionate sound.

$25, $10 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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September 8 Jazz Matinee: Nazim Rashid & New Renaissance

Nazim Rashid-sax, Michael Collins-piano, Max Beckman-bass, Ryan Anthony-drums

Nazim has worked with some of the world's greatest jazz masters such as: Eddie Harris, Eddie Henderson, Hank Jones, Arthur Prysock, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Carl Burnett, Billy Higgins, Pharoah Sanders, Richard "Muhal" Abrams, Odean Pope, Jimmy Smith, John Handy, Mary Stallings and many others.

$21, $11 Students (25 & under w/ID)
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Jazz Matinee: Francine Reed

Francine Reed-vocals, Joel Robin-piano, Johnny Carrasco-guitar, Felix Sainz-bass, Greg Warner-drums

Fresh off her annual summer tour with Lyle Lovett, Francine returns to The Nash for a show that celebrates "Grandparents Day!"

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $36 *V.I.P. (each), $31 Preferred, $26 General, $16 Student (25 & under w/ ID, General Section only)  *VIP front section, 4-seat table purchase required. Only 4 VIP tables available.
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Adam Roberts presents Wicked Children

Adam Roberts-sax, Bob Powers-trumpet/guitar, Brett Reed-vibes, Ben Hedquist-bass, Gannon Burleigh-drums

Wicked Children merges jazz and indie rock ranging from artists like Wayne Shorter to Radiohead, Kneebody to Tune Yards, and Charles Mingus to Hiatus Kaiyote. Using modern instrumentation supported by electronics, they'll explore these songs and originals with improvisation and high-energy interaction.

$21, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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September 14: Glenn Davis Quintet

Tony Vacca-sax, Denny Monce-trumpet, Dave Henning-piano, Selwyn Reams-bass, Glenn Davis-drums

Drummer, composer, recording artist Glenn Davis leads an All Star Phoenix quintet in a program of Hard Swinging Post Bop featuring the music of the great Jazz quintets and more.

$26, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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September 15 Special Engagement: Jonathan Kreisberg Quintet

JKQ featuring Jonathan Kreisberg-guitar, Martin Bejerano-piano, Matt Clohesy-bass, Colin Stranahan-drums

JKQ will perform brand new compositions that combine jazz tradition, instrumental virtuosity, modern soundscapes and influences from every corner of the world and beyond.

TWO SHOWS: 6:00 & 8:15 PM
ALL SEATS RESERVED: $36 VIP, $31 Preferred, $26 General, $16 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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JAZZmeetsPOETRY: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

The 2019-2020 season of JAZZmeetsPOETRY series kicks off in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Let's learn and celebrate the generations of Hispanic and Latino Americans who have influenced and enriched our nation and society!

Advance tickets: $15, $8 Students (25 & under w/ ID); At door: $20, $10 Students 
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September 20: Joe Garcia & Friends

Joe Garcia-percussion, Andrew Gross-tenor saxophone, Nick Manson-piano, Bob Lashier-bass, Dom Moio-drums

Join us at The Nash on Friday September 20th, 2019 as Joe Garcia & Friends share their music with you. Latin Jazz added to Jazz standards, taking you back to the 1960's and 70's, with a little boogaloo flavor on some of the compositions.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $29 VIP, $26 Preferred, $23 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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September 21: Todd Johnson – A Tribute To Ray Brown

Nick Manson-piano, Jeff Libman-guitar, Todd Johnson-bass, Dom Moio-drums

Todd Johnson, a recognized pioneer of the six-string electric bass, has assembled this group of swinging jazz musicians to celebrate the iconic Ray Brown.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $29 VIP, $26 Preferred, $23 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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September 22 Jazz Matinee: Soluna

Joe Corral-flute, Mark DeCozio-piano, John Willis-bass, Dan Tomlinson-drums, Joe Garcia-percussion

Soluna is a Latin Jazz band comprised of veteran Phoenix musicians, founded in 2018 by Dan Tomlinson and Mark DeCozio. Their repertoire consists of Afro Cuban and Brazilian classics, jazz standards, choice pop tunes and Latin inspired originals.

$26/$11 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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Sept. 26 Blue Note 80th Anniversary: Contemporary Blue Note w/ Zach Gillespie

Zach Gillespie-piano, Chaz Martineau-tenor saxophone, Bailey Zick-bass, Joel Oroz-drums

Arizona trumpeter-turned-pianist Zack Gillespie and his quartet celebrate contemporary Blue Note Jazz artists with arrangements of music by the likes of Norah Jones, Ambrose Akinmusire, Aaron Parks, Brian Blade, Terence Blanchard, and Robert Glasper.

$21, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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September 27 Special Engagement: Roxy Coss

The Roxy Coss Quintet currently performs around New York, including venues such as The Side Door, Smalls, Zinc Bar, and Smoke Jazz Club, where the band held a weekly residency from 2012-2013. In addition to making a name for herself as a leader, Roxy is an active side-woman, most known for her work in the Jeremy Pelt Group.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $36 VIP, $31 Preferred, $26 General, $16 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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Blue Note 80th Anniversary: Classic Blue Note w/ Mike Kocour

Chaz Martineau-tenor saxophone, Jayson Davis-trumpet, Michael Kocour-piano, Max Beckman-bass

Join us at The Nash to  celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Blue Note Records. We have chosen Michael Kocour to give voice to some of the "young lions" of the Phoenix jazz scene as they revisit the Blue Note classics recorded by Art Blakey, Herbie Hancock, Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Dexter Gordon and more!

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $34 VIP, $24 Preferred, $20 General, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID)
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We3 - The Anniversary Show

Renee Grant Patrick-vocals, Nicole Pesce-piano, Suzanne Lansford-violin, with special guest Todd Chuba-drums

Join us Saturday, October 5th, for a double Celebration! The 7th Year Anniversary for the Nash and We3's 3rd Anniversary, right where they first performed together.

Joining We3 on drums will be special guest Todd Chuba!

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $36 *V.I.P. (each), $31 Preferred, $26 General, $16 Student (25 & under w/ ID, General Section only)
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Jazz Matinee: Jan Sandwich - A Tribute to Doris Day

Jan Sandwich-vocals, Nicole Pesce-piano, Adam Clark-drums

Hear the exciting story of Doris Day's life and career, her hit songs, great music and more....!

$21, Seniors $16, Students $11 (25 & under w/ ID)
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7th Anniversary Celebration Kickoff: SCC Big Band w/ Alex Sipiagin

Hearing a great big band at The Nash is an exhilarating experience! On Sunday evening, brilliant trumpeter Alex Sipiagin will be the guest artist with the Scottsdale Community College Jazz Big Band, under the direction of Eric Rasmussen.

ALL SEATS RESERVED: $40 VIP/$35 Premium/$30 Preferred/$25 General (Gallery)
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Superstition Jazz Orchestra: A Jazz Portrait Of The Beatles

On October 9, the Superstition Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of composer/arranger/multi-instrumentalist Mike Crotty, will present an evening of some of the most beloved hits by The Beatles. In Crotty's own unique writing style, he has given each of these songs a distinctively new treatment, drawing on the creative talents of the orchestra's fine soloists and singer Deater O'Neill, the music soars to new heights.

$21, $11 Students (25 & under w/ ID) 
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7th Anniversary Celebration: Soiree – Javon Jackson Quartet (House Party)

Spend an intimate evening with 4 all-star musicians who will delight you with a variety of takes place in an elegant high-rise condo overlooking the Phoenix Japanese Friendship Garden. Complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres will help to make this a memorable experience. Limited to around 70 guests with complimentary valet parking provided.

Tickets: $100
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The Nash 7th Anniversary Celebration Starring Javon Jackson's Jazz Message

TWO SHOWS: 7:00 & 9:15 PM
The Nash 7th Anniversary Celebration, Starring Javon Jackson's Jazz Message
(Marking the Centennial of jazz icon Art Blakey)

Featuring former Jazz Messengers...: Javon Jackson-tenor sax, Donald Harrison-alto sax, Robin Eubanks-trombone, Eddie Henderson-trumpet, George Cables-piano, David Williams-bass, Lewis Nash-drums

ALL SEATS RESERVED:
First Show @ 7pm $250 VIP/$89 Premium/$69 Preferred/$59 General (Gallery)
Second Show @ 9:15pm $187.50 VIP/$79 Premium/$59 Preferred/$49 General (Gallery)

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7th Anniversary Celebration: An Afternoon at The Nash with George!

An engaging jazz pianist and positive spirit, George Cables is one of the most sought-after musicians of his era, known for his fluid rich harmonic designs, broad range of dynamics, and adept post-bop stylings.

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$65 VIP, $55 Premium, $45 Preferred, $35 General, $16 Students (25 & under w/ ID, General seating only)
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Information

The Nash is owned by Jazz in Arizona, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Located at 110 E. Roosevelt Street, Phoenix, it is named for "the most valuable player" in jazz (Modern Drummer Magazine), Phoenix native Lewis Nash.

The Nash preserves the cultural treasure of American music history, showcases live performance and ensures the future of the iconic art of jazz for generations to come. Educational and performance programs at The Nash include: classic jazz and new music; performances by student musicians, local pros and touring artists; weekly jazz jam sessions; workshops; master classes; and clinics. Educational programs will be offered ranging from one-on-one private lessons to combo labs, guided listening, jazz in film, jazz camps and more.

The Nash serves our entire community based on the conviction that jazz is for everyone: children, adults, seniors and families; musicians and non-musicians; privileged and under-served youth. The Nash operates in collaboration with schools and other arts and culture organizations in our neighborhood, across the Valley, and throughout America.

The Nash will flourish through the generosity of individual Jazz Angels, businesses, corporations and foundations that value arts in our community, and the unique ability of jazz to promote individuality, creativity, harmony and joy in all aspects of our lives.


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