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Indigo Jazz at Zocalo
Café October 7
Indigo Jazz is back for First Fridays at the Zo! Dale Graham (vocals), Rick Husband (guitar), and John Hyde (bass) will set you up for Thanksgiving with jazz that has warmth, humour, and just-right feel. Catch them at the Zocalo Café, corner of
Come for dinner, try out our NEW evening menu which includes several Locally produced foods, and listen to Danny Zanbilowics play some of his original music.
Greg Martin, in a career that spans 4 decades, has performed his world influenced originals across North America. His songs reveal mix of influences including Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, and Swing. He has opened for such notables as Tom Coster (Santana) and Steve Smith (Journey), was the founding presid…
On Saturday August the 13th we're doing Cuban Night at The Zocalo. Join us for a buffet dinner Cuban Style and enjoy the latin music of Rodrigo Figueroa. We're also featuring the Art of Rochelle Nehring who was inspired by the people she met and the places she visited on a recent trip to Cu…
FORBIDDEN BUT NOT FORGOTTEN AT ZOCALO CAFÉ
ON July 15 (or LOCAL TRIO OFFERS AUDIENCE EXPERIENCE PLUS ACCESSIBILITY or/
LOCAL TRIO FEATURES GRAHAME EDWARDS AT ZOCALO CAFE)
Forbidden Jazz Trio returns to Zocalo Café
on Fri, July 15. The group, consisting of
Jake Masri on trumpet & vocals, Jeff Drummo…
As part of the Local challenge and to get you ready for Music Fest each day this weekend we have Blues and Breakfast from 9-11 am.
Join us on Friday and Saturday to hear James Lambert, and on Sunday it's Luke Blue Guthrie. Ttry out our full breakfast menu including Local Fair Trade World Community C…
Devin and Dylan played at The Zocalo on Sunday afternoon, I quite enjoyed the tunes they played on various instruments-Dobro Mandolin, guitar, harmonica, very mellow music for a summer Sunday. They will be back on August 5 from 7-9 pm.
SILK PAJAMAS is a much traveled duo whose motto is “We might be used, but we ain’t all used up”.
As teenagers, Danny Bereza on guitar and Ian Parsons on valve trombone,cut their musical teeth in the 1950’s with the “Northernairs”, an iconical
Nebil plays Flamenco Guitar, Turkish Music, Greek Bouzouki and Improv, the perfect light music every other Sunday afternoon at The Zocalo Cafe from 12-2 pm.
Come for a late breakfast and listen to him play. So relaxing.
These two are great. I love listening to Bruce and Jay play. Very easy to listen to. Some times Judy joins in as well- a real treat.
Come and enjoy our dinner special and LOCAL JAZZ TRIO
The group, consisting of Jake Masri on trumpet & vocals, Jeff Drummond on guitar, & Tim Croft on upright bass, hope to reach audiences of all ages by performing jazz standards from the Great American Songbook. Together they represent more …
"After playing the likes of Metallica and Judas Priest for the best part of two years, we felt we needed a change of direction" Guitarist Phil Marchand and guitarist/drummer Jonathan Hinds formed Fiftieth Parallel in late 2010, "Now influenced by acoustic guitar legends such as Michael Hedges and An…
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