Where to See Live Music This Week

By on September 5, 2017

The Corridor offers music genres for everyone

The Corridor is filled with music of all genres every night of the week. Seeing live music is the perfect way to break up that mid week funk or just to get out and enjoy the night. See some of the locations we recommend below.

Arthur’s Prime Steaks and Seafood

Taste the exquisitely prepared steaks and seafood in the upscale atmosphere of Arthur’s Prime Steaks and Seafood while you listen to live music. Today through Saturday, Russ Warman at 5:30p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday and at 6p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Razzmatazz will also be performing at 8:30 on Wednesday and Thursday, and again at 9:00p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

SOHO Food and Jazz

Another great option for entertainment this week is SOHO Food and Jazz in Addison. SOHO offers great food like their Jamacian Jerk Duck or their Truffle Ditalini Pasta Gratin, and live jazz to listen to in their elegant dining room or the patio. Ron Jones on Sax plays at 7p.m. on Wednesday, Lynne Cadena at 7p.m. on Thursday, Lugman Rashada at 6p.m. on Friday, Gale Cruz & Friends on Friday at 8:30p.m., Lugman Rashada Modern Funk Soul at 6p.m. Saturday and Mike Nicossia Jazz Trio at 8:30p.m. on Saturday. Each night the live performances grow from 7p.m. to 11p.m.

Table 13

Travel back in time to the 1960s Vegas and ratpack scene at Table 13. This week’s music will feature artists such as David Slater at 6p.m. on Wednesday who will perform some of Frank Sinatra’s greatest hits, Henry Munoz at 6p.m. Thursday, at 6:30p.m. on Friday, Melani Skybell will light up the night with traditional jazz numbers, sultry ballads, swing standards, bossa novas, pop classics and her original jazz-pop compositions and Marc Toussaint at 6:30p.m. on Saturday.

Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar

Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar brings high energy nightly celebrations. Each performance, four entertainers take the stage in two person rotations to perform hits from every era on two baby grand pianos. The performers love to get the crowd involved by not only singing along, but also assist in selecting what songs the crowd wants performed. Pete’s is perfect for the weekday or a late night musical performance on the weekend.

 

 

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