Tag Archives: live music

February 01

Upcoming February Gigs

I’m very pleased to announce two upcoming gigs in the month of February: On the 10th, I’ll be doing my Saxo/DJ thing at Thai Lanna and Sushi Bar.   I’ll be playing from 7.30-10pm and tickets are $25. It’s a 3-course, fixed menu but I’m pretty sure if you ask nicely you can get anything […]

June 10

Andrew D. Meyer Quartet @ Gallery 121 Tomorrow Night!

Tomorrow night (June 11th) I’ll be playing live jazz at Gallery 121 in Massillon, OH. Joining me for the evening will be Alex Ayers on piano, Vinny Vivaqua on bass, and Dustin May on Drums…lucky me! Music starts at 8pm. Gallery 121 is a really trendy spot with crafty cocktails and an interesting beer list. […]

August 31

New gig flyers

I forgot how much I like making these things! Here are some flyers I made for the next Bad Guys gig.

August 30

Gallery 121

I had a great gig tonight at Massillon’s Gallery 121 with my new group, Bad Guys. Thank you to everyone who came out! It was a totally packed house and I had a great time! I met our pianist, Dan Maier, for the first time tonight and it was a total joy to play with […]

August 22

Rhythm & Blues HOF

This Sunday I’ll be playing at the official Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame induction ceremony with the Real Soul Pleaser, Robert T and his James Brown tribute ‘Papa’s New Bag.’ The show is at the beautiful Canton Palace theater, Aug 24th at 6.00pm. Tickets are $60.   This year’s inductees include Michael Jackson, Whitney […]

July 22

The Story of Motown*

*note…not the real Motown… Motown is a mini show, what Celebrity calls an ‘interactive theme party,’ that we play weekly with 4 singers and the entire cast of dancers. Our portion of the show is one big medley of Motown tunes such as Sir Duke, Tears of a Clown, Reach Out, I Wish, and Ain’t […]

Recent gig photos

Here are some photos from recent sets… These days we’re basically doing 3 types of gigs. Jazz sets. 7 piece big band arrangements. Motown. This is a show that we do with singers and dancers…though the best choreography comes from the horn section. Thanks to Lia Morgan, who I stole these photos from without asking!