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.
New starting times for Chianti’s fall music schedule beginning September 1st !
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday… 8pm-11pm
Friday & Saturday …9pm-Midnight
Try Chianti’s 2 – Course $20 Menu.
(Available Monday thru Wednesday)
Great eats to enjoy while you are listening to some of the regions best jazz musicians!
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Music Calendar 2014
Led by violist Laurence Scudder and Erik White on guitar, Spotted Tiger is rounded out by a malleable all-star combination of Boston area musicians. Playing an inspiring variety of original music and hand-picked covers from an array of genres, this band is on the move.
Spotted Tiger – sometimes acoustic, always eclectic.
Sat04Oct20149pm to Midnight
Sun05Oct2014Dee Dee Martin
Matt Stubbs returns with his band featuring Chris Rivelli, Brad Hallen, and Dennis Brennan
Mark Zaleski, Leah Randazzo, Jeff D’Antona, Jon Bean, Carl Eisman, Patrick Simard are PLANET RADIO.
Performing R&B and Soul tunes by The Meters, Donnie Hathaway, Hiatus Kaiyote, Stevie Wonder.
Trumpeter, Tom Palance returns with his group performing jazz standards and original compositions.
An extension of Dave's small bands, this fourteen piece orchestra was formed in 1989. The focus of this band is playing and preserving the classic sounds of the big band era.
The orchestra is comfortable playing for the listener and is equally at ease playing for dancers. Besides saluting the big name bands such as Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, and Harry James, the Whitney Orchestra also plays the music of other fine bands such as Tony Pastor, Vaughn Monroe, Frankie Carle, Scat Davis and Red Nichols.
Barrence Whitfield (born Barry White, June 13, 1955) is an American soul and R&B vocalist, best known as the frontman for Barrence Whitfield & the Savages in the 1980's and 1990's.
In the 1990s, Whitfield contributed tracks to Merle Haggard and Don Covay tribute albums, and recorded two albums with country music singer-songwriter Tom Russell. The album Ritual of the Savages was released in 1995. In 1997, he began working with a New Hampshire-based jump blues and rockabilly octet, The Movers. As well as continuing to perform in the UK and Europe, Whitfield has also contributed to film scores, including the 2007 film, Honeydripper.
Melissa Bolling performs here tonight with her amazing band. Don't miss this one. Her beautiful voice will soothe your soul!
Melissa Bolling effortlessly merges soul, jazz, and R&B styles. Her live performances are intimate and personal, letting her audience in as if each venue were in her own living room.
"My goal is just to let people feel like they have gotten to know me a little bit and to create an atmosphere where the audience feels good and wants to experience it again. " -Melissa Bolling
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