Live Music Nightly! – Always FREE
A quarter century after the legendary Sandy’s Jazz Revival closed its doors, Beverly, MA is once again on the musical map. Downbeat Magazine has named Chianti Jazz Lounge as one of their top great jazz rooms in the world for the past four years! Join us in celebrating Beverly’s return to jazz prominence.
All Tuesday night shows now start at 8pm !
Try Chianti’s Bar Menu (Available Every Night) &
Chianti’s new 2 – Course $20 Menu.
(Available every Tuesday & Wednesday)
Great eats to enjoy while you are listening to some of the regions best jazz musicians!
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Music Calendar *March* 2014
Justin Piper trio returns with another Early Set this Tuesday. 8:30pm-11:30pm
Justin Piper (guitar), Tom Garrington (drums), Jeremy Parker (organ)
special guest: John Aruda on saxophone
Justin currently resides north of Boston where he teaches, composes, and performs. Straddling the lines between jazz, funk, rock, and blues, he draws from the harmonic complexity of John Coltrane as much as the raw energy of Jimi Hendrix, while also being an accomplished acoustic and classical guitarist.
Alexei Tsiganov (pianist) returns with his quartet tonight for The Early Show. Always a very entertaining show combining latin flavors with jazz. Special Dinner Menu available for every Early Show.
Featuring: Alexei Tsiganov (piano, percussion), Regina Benedetti (vocals, percussion), Ebinho Cardoso (bass, vocals), and Renato Malavasi (drums & percussion). Brazilian music night!
Alexei Tsiganov was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Russia, He started playing homemade percussion at the age of four, accompanying his brother who was his first mentor in jazz, giving Alexei lessons in jazz harmony and improvisation, and taking him to all the shows and jam sessions in town. Alexei entered the children's music school as a percussionist, playing drums, xylophone and vibraphone, then went on to study at the famous St. Petersburg Mussorgsky Music College.
He has played and recorded with Bevan Manson, George Garzone, Bob Moses, John Lockwood, Bob Geloti, Bruce Gertz, Dave Clark, Yoron Israel, George and Ed Schullers, Boris Kozlov, and others. He has appeared with his group on WERS-Boston radio and on the Eric In the Evening radio program on WGBH-Boston, performing his own original music and standards.
Tim Gearan (guitar/vocals), Lou Ulrich (bass/vocals), Andy Plaistead (drums)
Named “Residency King of the Hub" and said to be “just too talented to remain a local hero,” by The Boston Globe; Tim Gearan, the Boston based singer-songwriter was awarded Boston Music Award's Best Ongoing Residency in 2012, as well as the first Gibson Guitar sponsored Unsung Hero Award at the BMA's in 2004.
Known for his guttural voice, powerful song writing and masterful guitar playing, Tim Gearan was raised in New York, yet is lovingly claimed by the legendary Boston music community, where he has been playing music for over 20 years.
Gearan performed on Grammy nominated, American Blues artist, Susan Tedeschi’s 1998 debut album, “Just Won’t Burn,” and has been regularly sought after by countless musicians for his uninhibited, soulful guitar playing, vocal harmonies and creative soaring abilities.
Myanna returns with her amazing group featuring jazz classics and original compositions. Jazz/Soul/Blues
The Live Jazz Sessions created by Barbara Alex were created to support a community of all ages, of professional and non-professional musicians and to provide a stage for education, growth, experimentation, performance, and networking.
Open mic jazz jam. Show up early and sign up to play.
Nancy Hildegarde returns with the Mark Earley quartet.
Marty Rowen (Organ), and Benny Benson return for their weekly residency.
Garret Savluk & Jeff Buckridge return with the Boston Horns
Matt Stubbs returns with his band featuring Chris Rivelli, Brad Hallen, and Dennis Brennan
HDRnB returns with Henley Douglas Jr. and Doug Gimble.
The Drum Shop North Shore
457 Rantoul St. Beverly, MA.
Enjoy this video from “Headshaft” Live at Chianti!
Efrem Towns (Dirty Dozen Brass Band)
“The room has a great vibe, just like a NY jazz club or even a Blues Alley in DC. My band and I thoroughly enjoyed the evening, the intimate setting and the supportive patrons. Keep the faith Rich!”
Saxophonist Elan Trotman