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/April* 2014
Sax Factory is a 10 piece band featuring Big Band charts for 5 saxophones. Swing, Jazz, Blues.
Arudawakening is back with another All Star Band featuring: Scott and John Aruda, Michael Miksis, Amy Bellamy, Jeff Lockhart, and Pete Maclean.
Performing funk classics and original tunes both instrumental and vocal.
Michelle Willson returns with her All Star swing and blues band. A gifted swing and jump blues vocalist, Michelle Willson -- a native of the Boston area -- began singing as a teenager, often fronting bands quixotically named after nonexistent members (for example, Mimi Jones and Alex Clayton). As a solo performer, she organized a well-received tribute to her singing idols Dinah Washington and Ruth Brown, then joined the band Evil Gal; again working solo in 1994, Willson issued her debut LP, Evil Gal Blues, followed in 1996 by So Emotional. Wake Up Call marked her first release in the new millennium.
Lydia Harrell returns with her band. Soul, R&B, and Blues.
Lydia Harrell (vocals/ukulele), Stephen Higgs (piano), Barry Lit (drums), Mark Earley (saxophone)
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