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Chamber Music

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Other: Specialty & Novelty Acts


Jazz and Swing

There are many types of jazz but it’s almost always easy to listen to, with an unpretentious, spontaneous feeling, and a wide range of emotion. We have included in this category groups (both instrumental and vocal)who can play New Orleans traditional jazz, ragtime, Dixieland, Swing-era, cool-jazz, smooth-jazz and latin jazz.

Anthony Caceres     

Bob Henschen     

Bryan Anthony & the Gary Norian Trio     

Charlie Prause     

David Caceres     

Fahrenheit     

Greg Giacona Trio     

Harry Sheppard     

Jaime Casco     

Jazz Revisited     

Joe Carmouche     

Joe LoCascio     

Kermit Ruffins     

Kristine Mills     

Leo Polk     

Lucky Strikes     

Marvin Gaspard Trio     

Matt Lemmler Group     

Moment’s Notice     

Mood Indigo     

Paul Chester     

Pizazz Dixieland Jazz     

Quiet Storm >

Rumble Seat Four     

Sebastian Whittaker     

Sharon Montgomery     

Ted Wenglinski Group     

The Blue Monks     

The Gypsies     

The Texas Gypsies     

Tianna Hall     

Watercolours     

Yvonne Washington     

 

Quiet Storm


Grady Gaines Douglas was born into the rich musical heritage of Houston’s Fifth Ward, birthplace of such legendary performers as Hubert Laws, Arnett Cobb, and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson. These influences, along with his father, R&B great tenor saxman Grady Gaines, have provided Douglas a wealth of musical experience in the world of blues and jazz from which he draws his unique sound. A sax prodigy, Grady has developed a progressive-contemporary style in the tradition of Kenny G and David Sanborn. Combined with synthesizer driven R&B rhythm, Quiet Storm can play dances and dinner music with equal ease. Add two gospel trained singers and you have a crack 5 piece jazz and blues band whose versatility is demonstrated by their extensive song list.