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About The Jazz Kitchen

The Jazz Kitchen is a quintessential jazz supper club in the heart of Meridian-Kessler; it’s a must-stop spot for national and local acts, voted one of the city’s best live music venues every year by NUVO readers. Any night with Frank Glover or Rob Dixon on the marquee is a guaranteed winner. Enjoy excellent food and service during the show in the main room or at the bar. The outdoor patio deck is a particularly nice spot to watch the 54th and College world go by. The cuisine has a distinctly New Orleans emphasis with a focus on fresh ingredients; the crab cakes are terrific and the cocktails are sincere.

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During Negroni Week in Indianapolis (June 6-12) every time you drink a Negroni at one of the participating bars, you are giving to a charity. Find out where you should drink and just what a Negroni is (in case you don't already drink them daily).

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Is running a jazz supper club a noble effort, given the marginalization of jazz in the marketplace and the long-ago collapse of the famous jazz street Indiana Avenue locally?

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Sharing food with the one you love has long been a symbol of both intimacy and sensuality. No better time than Valentine's Day to participate in the age-old tradition.

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It's our favorite weekend of each month! First Friday means a host of arts events open tonight, topped by the new Emma Overman solo exhibit at the Harrison Center.

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Two artists with recycling on their minds, Jonathan McAfee and Kate Wagner, were featured in a one-night show at the Jazz Kitchen on Thursday, March 10.

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A Renaissance man in the music world, Christian McBride wears many hats - bassist, bandleader, and arts advocate among them.

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The Detroit-based producer and emcee talks about touring and current projects in anticipation of next Wednesday's lecture and performance at The Jazz Kitchen.

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The story of how The Headhunters, a Platinum-selling jazz-funk group formed by Herbie Hancock, signed to Owl Studios and made a record in Indianapolis.

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Collectively the members of Native Sun have more than 20 years of professional and music performing experience. With the impending release of their debut, Step into the Light, the trio is ready to show Indianapolis, and beyond, what they

’re all about.

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Jazz Fest 2012 is off with a bang

— performances started Monday all over the city — and the line of artists slotted to perform just keeps getting better.

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There are few things sweeter than rolling to a club (in this case, on a bike to the Jazz Kitchen) and seeing the dance floor already jumping.

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Being in the creative and re-creative moment with four virtuoso players is a gift no matter what the weather is like, but being in the company of that much warmth on a frigid first of February is memorable.

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Jazz guitarist and composer Albare - a real-life version of

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the world's most interesting man

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- discusses his new album, Wes Montgomery and Latin American musicians.

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Becky Archibald celebrates the release of her album 'Midnight at Monteton,' at the Jazz Kitchen. 'Midnight' was released last year, but Archibald gathered a cast of local players to celebrate during Valentine's Day week.

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This Sunday, Buselli leads his quintet in an album release celebration for his 10th and latest project, Untold Stories. Saxophonist Danny Walsh, pianist Steve Allee, bassist Jeremy Allen and drummer Steve Houghton are all returning to the Jazz Kitchen.

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The Avenue Indy Jazz Quintet performed at the Jazz Kitchen in June. A relatively new group, the quintet hopes to inspire listeners to love jazz in a new way.

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Zach Ladipus held one last performance at the Jazz Kitchen before moving to New York. His farewell songs were on par with his usual standards, touching the audience.

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Now I can pay it forward by teaching at the Sacramento Traditional Jazz Camp, where I went from being a student, to an alumnus, to a counselor, and now I teach at the camp.

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Modeled after French guitarist Django Reinhardt

’s Hot Club of France, Hot Club of Detroit continues where Django left off by stretching the limits and boundaries of gypsy jazz into the worlds of pop, rock, groove, and modern jazz.

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American Piano Association's Jazz Fellowship Premiere Series begins Sept. 27 in the intimacy of the Jazz Kitchen.

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“There is a whole generation that knows Santana only from more recent commercial albums. People need to go back to Santana’s reflective 1960s and 1970s,

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Bill Lancton said, in preview of his Santana tribute.

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Viva Las Vegas! Come join us every third Tuesday at the Jazz Kitchen for an exciting evening of music, dance, and great food and drink. The Co…