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Phoenix jazz club The Nash announces March lineup

Posted 2/12/24

The Nash in downtown Phoenix has a full slate of live music scheduled for March.

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Phoenix jazz club The Nash announces March lineup


The Nash in downtown Phoenix has a full slate of live music scheduled for March.

The club, named in honor of world-renowned drummer and Phoenix native, Lewis Nash, opened in 2012. The venue has grown to present more than 300 events annually including jazz performances, jam sessions and educational programs – featuring students, top local and regional musicians, and acclaimed jazz artists.

The Nash is located at 10 E. Roosevelt St., in Phoenix.

Women in Jazz: Maddie Vogler: Saturday, March 2

Celebrated musician, composer, and educator Maddie Vogler announces the release of her debut album “While We Have Time,” which is due out Sept. 15 via Origin Records. A fixture in the Chicago music scene, Vogler is an in-demand performer as well as a Luminarts Jazz Fellow through the Luminarts Cultural Foundation. Clinic is at 1 p.m. followed by a show at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $34-$39.

Alice Tatum CD Release and Birthday Celebration: Friday, March 8

A true Valley legend, Tatum will celebrate the release of her latest album “Origin,” as well as her birthday. She’ll be joined by her all-star band and special guest vocalists Diana Lee and Claudia Maynes. Show is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $32-$39.

Latin Jazz Series: Magos Herrera: Sunday, March 10

Born in Mexico City and currently based out of New York City, Herrera is a dazzling jazz singer songwriter, producer, and educator, regarded as one of the most active vocalists in the contemporary Latin American jazz scene. She embraces elements of contemporary jazz with Ibero-American melodies and rhythms singing in Spanish, English, and Portuguese. Clinic goes 5-6 p.m. Shows at 7 & 9:15 p.m. Tickets: $54-$59.

Gibson/Holt/Nash Instrumental Jam Session: Tuesdays (March 12, 19, 26)

Saxophonist Clark Gibson and bassist Corcoran Holt join forces to present a different kind of jam session for The Valley. The first set will feature these two performing with a different supporting cast each week. The second set will be open to musicians looking for an opportunity to sit in and play some jazz with a high level of experience and musicianship. Shows go 8-11 p.m. Tickets: $10-$15. Free for instrumentalists who sit in.

Bash For The Nash New Orleans Jazz Brunch (at Venue 122): Saturday, March 16

The Nash’s annual brunch in support of the venue’s summer camp. Brunch will include a New Orleans-themed menu curated by Chef Sandra Kazouh Ojeh of Cuisine Privé, a Mimosa Bar, plus the sounds of Grammy-winning New Orleans trumpeter Ashlin Parker. From 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Venue 122, 122 E. Culver St., in Phoenix. Tickets: $89.

SCC Jazz Orchestra with Remy Le Bouef: Wednesday, March 20

A four-time Grammy-nominated composer and saxophonist whose music is rooted in the jazz tradition and overlaps into contemporary classical and indie-rock realms. He is also the founder and director of the jazz orchestra, Assembly of Shadows, as well as chief conductor of the Nordkraft Big Band in Denmark. Show is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $33-$40.

The Nash Jazz Showcase: Goldings/Berstein/Stewart: Friday, March 22

In the mid-1990s The New York Times described Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, and Bill Stewart as “the best organ trio of the last decade.” The trio, which has now been together for more than 30 years, has been recognized for charting new ground, with its synergistic playing, and thoughtful music. Shows at 7 & 9:15 p.m. Tickets: $54-$59.

Pam Morita: Sunday, March 24

“My Asian Heart” is a semi-autobiographic exploration and journey into Morita’s Japanese-American cultural heritage through originals and jazz standards, including selections from Dave Brubeck’s “Impressions of Japan.” Show is at 3 p.m. Tickets: $27-$35.

The Nash Jazz Showcase: Barron/McBride/Nash: Friday, March 29

Kenny Barron (piano), Christian McBride (bass) and Lewis Nash (drums) will perform two shows, at 7 and 9:15 p.m. Tickets: $74-$79 per set.

Hot Dogs & Jazz: Saturday, March 30

Hot Dogs & Jazz is an opportunity for children and families to enjoy a fun program about jazz. Free admission. (Guests should reserve seats through The Nash ticketing site at thenash.org.) Starts at 11 a.m.

Alice Tatum will perform at The Nash on March 8.
Alice Tatum will perform at The Nash on March 8.