George Glover

George Glover

Performs Every Sunday from 5pm-9pm and Monday, Tuesday 6pm-10pm

George Glover is a San Francisco based pianist delighting audiences as a soloist and ensemble player. His influences and style reflect world-class pianists such as Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Chick Corea, McCoy Tyner, as well as other legendary jazz instrumentalists. George delivers a fresh and original approach when he performs as jazz is at the core of his style and improvisation is a key element in his playing.

His professional career began early as he toured and performed with renowned saxophonist John Handy, and popular ensembles along the West Coast and Canada. As solo pianist, musical arranger, and band leader for the Hamilton/Glover Trio,  he performs regularly at historic venues throughout the SF Bay Area.

Claudio Medeiros

Performs Every Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 6:00pm - 10:00pm

This Legendary Jazz Pianist began his music career at the age of four under a private teacher. He then graduated In 1955 from the Academy of Music In Portugal. In 1961, He studied piano classical music at the Royal Conservatory of Music In Toronto, Canada under teacher Harry Heap. Claudio has played all styles of music from Jazz and Easy Listening to Rock. He also sight reads and conducts orchestras. Claudio has performed in several famous venues the last forty years such as the Hilton Hotel In Las Vegas, Nevada, MGM Grand In Reno, Nevada and the Fairmont Hotel In San Francisco, Ca. He Is also a veteran Jazz performer that has performed at the Concord and Santa Maria Jazz Festivals. Claudio Is currently a solo Jazz recording artist and regularly plays with Jazzmatazz.

Mike Jones Trio

Performs at Sunday Brunch 10:30am-2pm

Michael Jones is a bassist and band leader based in the Bay Area for over thirty years who plays acoustic music in the fine tradition of Jazz and Blues. After studying music at the University of Northern Colorado, Michael migrated to the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid 1970’s where he has had the pleasure of playing with many icons including Al Tanner, Faye Carroll, Ed Kelley, Donald (Duck) Bailey, Pharoah Sanders, Deniece Perrier, Calvin Keyes, and Buddy Montgomery to name a few. For more information visit http://www.michaeljonesjazz.com

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