Don't miss this concert with master flamenco guitarist and composer, Jose Antonio Rodriguez, from Cordoba, Spain. He'll play instrumental versions of his best-known works from "Cordoba en el Tiempo," "Anartista" and "Adios Muchachos," which was chosen by El Pais newspaper as the No. 1 flamenco CD of 2016.
The Hogs play kickin' stringband music from now and then, including oldtime music, old-school country classics, hot sleaze-jazz and Tin Pan Alley gems, plus a few inspired originals. Come 'round to hear John D. on mandolin, guitar, harmonica and kazumpet, John S. on standup bass and sitdown dobro, and Hershel O. on banjo, guitar, vocals and "boss hoggin'". There's nothing like Wild Hog in the Woods... catch 'em if you can.
Sammy Miller and the Congregation are on a mission to put the generosity back in jazz and bring the art back to the people. They play "joyful jazz," music that feels good. It's a style that entertains, enriches, but most of all, uplifts. A native of Los Angeles, Grammy nominated drummer Sammy Miller has become known for his unique maturity and relentless focus on making music that "feels good" as a drummer, singer and bandleader. Upon completing his master’s degree at The Juilliard School, Sammy formed his ensemble, The Congregation. As a band they are focused on sharing the power of community through their music—joyful jazz. While independently the band members have performed/recorded with notable artist including Wynton Marsalis, O.A.R, Iron and Wine, Joshua Redman, Lee Fields, Jason Moran at venues including the White House, Lincoln Center, and the Hollywood Bowl they have opted to stick together to create globally conscious music with the intention to spread joy throughout the world.