Date(s) - 04/20/2022
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
The Ivy Room
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BUY TICKETS – Originally scheduled for December 29, 2021. Tickets for original show are valid either night of this exclusive two night run. 21+ Only!
- 7:00 PM Doors
- 8:00 PM Show
John Schott, Will Bernard, Scott Amendola, Jenny Scheinman, and Todd Sickafoose Damn Skippy on APR 20+21!
Original music plus music from T.J. Kirk!
T.J. Kirk may not be remembered in the annals of jazz/fusion history, but the quartet’s story is uniquely its own. Formed by eight-string guitarist Charlie Hunter as a side group to his own self-titled and San Francisco-based band, T.J. Kirk was a cover act that took its name from the three artists making up its catalog: Thelonius Monk, James Brown, and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Hunter’s recording career had started in 1993, and he brought his group’s drummer, Scott Amendola, into T.J. Kirk to join the more conventional six-string guitarists Will Bernard and John Schott. The band wanted to be called James T. Kirk, but settled for T.J. Kirk for their 1995 self-titled debut CD when they didn’t get permission to use the original moniker from Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry’s estate. The album gave Hunter license to play in styles even more…
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*COVID-19 POLICY: Proof of vaccination is required for entry. While masks are no longer required, we are highly recommending that you continue to wear them inside the venue for the protection of yourself and others. We appreciate your cooperation during these trying times…
- Policy subject to change. Please check back here for updated information.
- Accepted forms of proof of vaccination: Vaccination Record Card, CA State QR code, Picture of Vaccination Card that matches ID.
- Refunds will not be issued for Covid related issues, unless we have to cancel show due to Government Restrictions or band cancellation.
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