Join us this and every Wednesday evening thereafter for the finest Jazz, Bossa & Blues with the most extraordinary views! Mix and mingle with other music lovers on the exclusive penthouse level of the Boca Raton Bridge Hotel, featuring a full bar, sumptuous small plates and a sweeping panorama of the Atlantic Ocean and Boca marinas. A ten-dollar entertainment charge applies to enjoy all the evening's festivities and complimentary valet parking.
About the evening's entertainment...
“Brazen, Playful, Risky, Risqué, Challenging, and Downright Sexy.” - jazzreview.com
“Sleek and Sensual and Soulful.” - Jam Magazine
Multi award winning jazz duo Davis and Dow have chemistry. Soul mates that are two strong halves of one BIG sound. Davis and Dow tackle jazz and pop standards with a daring sense of abandon. Their style is deeply rooted in the classic jazz tradition but with a playfulness that keeps the music fresh and fun. Their arrangements are unique and inventive, always seeking a new approach to everything they do.
Recognized as one of the finest and most versatile jazz singers of her generation, Julie Davis is everything from scat-singer to balladeer. She grew up listening to the music of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald and others on her parents extensive vinyl collection. Singing jazz came natural to Julie from a young age. “A confident singer with a compelling stage presence who possesses a wry kittenish voice with claws”. “She is a stylist that seeks an original twist on everything she performs; a risk-taker who’s scatting suggests she learned in her bassinet”. Now she feels it is her turn to expose newer generations to a young American art form called jazz.
Kelly Dow is a world-class guitarist who’s primary influences are Joe Pass, Jimmy Bruno, Django Reinhardt and the modern day European gypsy jazz virtuosos. He blends Be-Bop, Blues, Flamenco and Classical styles to create a strong individual sound delivered with sensitivity, power, and creativity. “Simply orchestral in support”, “Swinging”, “Fat” “Multi-hued” and “Unexpected” are a few words that critics have used to describe his performance.