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405 South 8th St, Minneapolis, MN

Live Music

Join us every Third Saturday at the Normandy Kitchen and Bar, for Live Jazz Music by Some of the Best Bands in Town!
There is No admission fee. Advanced reservations are recommended.

Book on-line at www.normandykitchen.com, or call (612) 370-1400.

 

 

Charmin Michelle

APRIL 15TH 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

" Taste and understatement. Swing and savior-faire. Grace and grooves. Intimacy and panache. Singer Charmin delivers all of the above and more." She's a savvy songstress and, while putting her own imprint on a melody, is always respectful of those who first inhabited it. Her conversational style recalls the late Billy Holiday and other legendary ladies of jazz. And, yet, her music is free of tiresome camp and easy nostalgia.

Maurice Jaycox

APRIL 22ND 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Multiple award winning singing legend, Maurice Jacox, has been on the Twin City music scene for over 45 years. From Willie and the Bees to the Butane Soul Review to Soul Tight Committee to the Straighten Up and Fly Right tribute to Nat King Cole, Maurice has a broad range of musical experience that illuminates in infiltrates each song he sings. With a mix of Jazz, Soul, R&B, Gospel, Pop, Rock and Big Band you are in for truly great night of music.

Travis Anderson Trio

MAY 20TH 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Travis Anderson (piano), Steve Pikal (bass) and Nathan Norman (drums) With energy and chops to burn, they bring fresh interpretations to standards and more- from Chopin to Mario Bros. They swing like there’s no tomorrow while saluting the great trios of yesterday.

Charmin Michelle

MAY 20TH 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

" Taste and understatement. Swing and savior-faire. Grace and grooves. Intimacy and panache. Singer Charmin delivers all of the above and more." She's a savvy songstress and, while putting her own imprint on a melody, is always respectful of those who first inhabited it. Her conversational style recalls the late Billy Holiday and other legendary ladies of jazz. And, yet, her music is free of tiresome camp and easy nostalgia.