Sun, July 2, 2017
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2017-07-02 10:00 am
Family Friendly Sunday Jazz Brunch at Ryles Jazz Club
Singin’ & Swingin’ jazz and blues standards of Tin Pan Alley and Harlem renaissance, this repertoire returns you to an era of speakeasies, spats and supper clubs - -when movies were in black-and-white and jazz was bluesy, groovin' and undefined!
While you brunch, the band keeps your toes tappin' and fingers snappin' showcasing tunes of 1940's Tin Pan Alley & Harlem Renaissance: Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, Fats Waller, Irving Berlin, et al. singin' and swingin' jazz and blues standards. The band features bandleader and music director, Frank Wilkins [piano]; Dave Zox [bass], Gary Johnson [drums], and Cleo Knight-Wilkins [vocals]. Surprise guests are almost always dropping by and sitting in!
Clockwise Jazz Quintet performs from 11:45am to 12:15pm and features band leader and music director Kalo Tenev [piano], Keith Kramer [guitar], Mark Pfaff [bass] and Evo Ivanoff [drums].
Ryles' ambiance suits families, couples, celebrations and the guy in the corner reading his paper. The cuisine is superb. The price is right. It's the most fun and the best value in Boston for a meal and show. The menu offers specialities from salmon hash to traditional and creative breakfast and lunch fare. There is something to please every palate. Ryles' Sunday jazz brunch is a great way to introduce children of all ages to jazz!
Wheelchair accessible and family friendly.
All major credit cards accepted.
Two complimentary parking lots marked S&S keep your auto safe.
No music charge and tipping appreciated.
Take Red Line to Harvard Square.
When weather is inclement, always call to confirm the club is open.
Ryles Jazz Club, 212 Hampshire Street