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Jul
1
Sat
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Comedy Night at the Carlyle Club
Jul 1 @ 8:00 pm

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BRENCORE Entertainment and The Carlyle Club Presents Comedy Night at the Carlyle Club featuring comedians who have graced the stages of The Improv, BET Comic View, Showtime at the Apollo, Comedy Central and Def Comedy Jam. Appearing on Saturday, July 1st  will be Host Alex Scott and Friends featuring Comedians Patrice Deveau and Mark Vierra.  Music by DJ Redfootz.

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Jul
13
Thu
2017
Thursday Nights at the Carlyle Club: Summer Concert Series with Trio Caliente
Jul 13 @ 7:30 pm

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Since 2003, Trio Caliente’s inimitable blend of Flamenco, Pop, and Brazilian Jazz has been enjoyed by political luminaries stateside and abroad; notable Fortune 500 companies; and venerated international organizations, festivals, and concert venues around the world. With their sultry, throbbing rhythms, Trio Caliente will keep the dance floor packed all night long. With vocals in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and English set to a wide array of Latin grooves, Trio Caliente’s sound is reminiscent of The Gipsy Kings, Buena Vista Social Club, Strunz & Farah, and Jobim—but with a flavor all their own.

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Jul
14
Fri
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: National Recording Artist Saxophonist Art Sherrod Jr. “Back 2 Business “CD
Jul 14 @ 8:00 pm

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Art Sherrod Jr is “…a man who loves music, a man who loves art, respects the spirit world and thinks with his heart.”1He is equal parts heart and soul and it seems as if God gave him an extra dose of expression through music.

The creative part of Art was shaped by rich experiences, the people with the greatest influence in his formative years and exposure of culture, religion, and the arts. These people, places and things have fostered an innate curiosity, and have nurtured and strong desire for expression. This is a perfect narrative of Art Sherrod, Jr.’s life and is a precise summary of his life and how his love for music and faith have been molded.

Art is a work in progress, so he is the first to tell you that his taste in music varies greatly, but the influence of growing up in Texas created an appreciation for everything from Country & Western, to Rock N’ Roll, Rap, Hip-Hop, to Gospel and of course Jazz! But it all began in church sitting alongside his amazing mother who sang and played the B-3 organ and father who sang in the male chorus. Even to this day, their love for singing continues to be very personal. The rest is history! It’s as if Art knew from the age of 5, his muse would be the saxophone and his avocation would be creating music that inspires, heals, praises speaks to the soul and makes us smile.

During Art’s four-year tenure as a midshipman attending the US Naval Academy, few people knew he was a musician. But shortly after his time at the academy, Art felt a strong desire to be creative again and step away from the more analytical side of life. So he started playing the saxophone again. Influenced by the likes of David Sanborn, Kirk Whalum, Gerald Albright, Kim Waters and other notables, he gained a great appreciation and respect for strong melodies, grooves, tone and soulful expressiveness. In 2005, Art released his freshman project entitled “All 4 Love” which featured an incredible arrangement of the Hall and Oates mega hit, Sara Smile.

In 2009 Art was signed to Pacific Coast Jazz record label and soon after released his second project, “Seasons”. This project featured a laundry list of industry superstars like Will Downing, Chuck Loeb, Gerald Albright, Frank McComb, Tracy Hamlin, Marcus Johnson, U-Nam, Alex Al and others.

The success of the two projects were satisfying to Art on so many levels; however, he desired greatly to give something back that truly defined the totality of what defines him – his love for the Lord, his family and music. With that being said, he endeavored to record his first gospel project. Art was fortunate enough to have not only a supportive label, but a cadre of uber talented and equally connected musicians that he could lean on to assist in creating his dream Gospel Jazz project, “Intervention”, which features the soulful sound of Incognito’s lead vocalist, Maysa Leak, on a very funky arrangement of Edwin Hawkins’ Oh Happy Day. This project has 13 spiritually enriched tracks that highlight Art’s roots in Gospel, Jazz, R&B and Funk. By no means is “Intervention” your ordinary gospel jazz project, as it features some nontraditional songs like Frankie Beverly’s I Wanna Thank You and Sam Cooke’s A Change Gonna Come, in addition to some traditional gospel songs like It Is Well, He Looked Beyond My Faults, My Soul Has Been Anchored and a funky horn section infused arrangement of Walter Hawkins’ Going Up Yonder.

Jul
15
Sat
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Robert T and Friends
Jul 15 @ 8:00 pm

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Come join us as we present some of DC’s finest vocalist Karen Linette, Sonja, Von Parris, Robert T show time 8:00p.m. doors open at 6:30p.m. Tickets $30

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Jul
16
Sun
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Summer Concert Series with Satin Doll Trio
Jul 16 @ 7:00 pm

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The Satin Doll Trio is an elegant ensemble that performs in the intimate “supper club” jazz style made popular by artists such as Julie London, Sarah Vaughan, and Peggy Lee during the early 1950’s.

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Jul
20
Thu
2017
Thursday Nights at the Carlyle Club: Summer Concert with Kevin Howard
Jul 20 @ 7:30 pm

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Kevin Howard is a world class keyboardist,writer,composer,producer, and businessman. Born and raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Kevin is President and CEO of Key Chapter Entertainment a company which includes full service recording and production. Kevin has received several awards which include three “Best Jazz Performer Awards” from renowned local urban radio station WAMO; the WQED Harry Schwab Excellence in the arts award; Best Jazz Performer Champions Association; Pittsburgh City Paper “top three jazz performers”. Kevin, along with his band served as the Pittsburgh?s WJJJ Smooth Jazz Band for more than two years, performing at various events sponsored by the radio station. Kevin recently toured with and was the musical director for jazz saxophone legend Ronnie Laws, also recorded and performed with saxophonist Marion Meadows, Jonathan Butler, Norman Connors, Lonnie Liston Smith, Najee, and George Benson. In addition has shared the stage with Roy Ayers, Pieces of a dream, Joe McBride and John Legend.Kevin also headlined concerts in Parkersburg, WV Jazz on the Green and Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-culture Festival, Jazz under the Stars Harrisburg PA, International Festival Baltimore MD., National Urban League Convention, and several venues nationwide.Kevin has three CD?s “Random Groove”, “Collage”, and “Special Edition” which includes special guest saxophonist Marion Meadows and guitarist Rohn Lawrence. Kevin’s  fourth CD titled “Travels” will be available September 1st 2015 for digital download and physical version September 14th 2015.Kevin Howard?s smooth dynamic sound, warm personality and infectious smile will have you yearning for more. Together with his band of world class musicians, the sounds you experience are tantalizing, smooth, dynamic , and mesmerizing. They project energy, passion and charisma in concert that is the essence of the Kevin Howard Experience. Kevin is a true entertainer.

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Jul
21
Fri
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Doc Scantlin and his Imperial Palms Orchestra
Jul 21 @ 8:00 pm

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For over a decade, dapper Doc Scantlin has kept the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s alive for Washington, DC and others internationally.

Doc’s whole ensemble offers a memorable evening of musical entertainment. From the 1920’s speakeasy numbers such as “Puttin’ On The Ritz” and the “Charleston” through the romantic, elegant 1930’s of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, and the wonderful swing era of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, etc… He has played hundreds of the biggest and best balls, special events, weddings, private parties, fund raisers and concerts, appearing throughout the U.S. and Europe,

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Jul
22
Sat
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: A Tribute to the Music of The O’Jays
Jul 22 @ 8:00 pm

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Forever Yours is a classic soul vocal group, specializing in tribute music of the mighty O’Jays. The ensemble is comprised of four talented musicians and vocalists that have a combined entertainment history spanning over thirty years. Group members are Tyrone Toomer, Tony Petty (both formally of the local well known R&B vocal group Lethal Weapon), Kevin “Pierre” Bell, and Lorenzo Johnson. Individually and combined Forever Yours has performed to sold out audiences on both national and international venues from Germany to Blues Alley in Washington, D.C., and have graced the stage with the likes of world renown artists such as, Cuba Gooding and the Main Ingredient, Four Tops Revue, Howard Hewett, Jean Carne, Toney Fontaine, and many others. The Forever Yours sound will take you back to a moment in time where you relaxed, fell in love, cried, laughed, and partied down to that good feeling classic soul music of the O’Jays.

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Jul
23
Sun
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: The Vocal Workshop Showcase
Jul 23 @ 12:00 pm

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Don’t miss the next performance of The Vocal Workshop.  Our singers will be performing some great music, accompanied by Chris Grasso, piano; Max Murray, bass; and Lenny Robinson, drums.
Patrons who come to the Noon set are welcome to stay for the 2pm set with no additional cover charge, but must check with hostess for seating for 2PM show (if your seat for the 2PM show has been sold, hostess will assist you in obtaining a nearby open seat).

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On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: The Vocal Workshop Showcase
Jul 23 @ 2:00 pm

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Don’t miss the next performance of The Vocal Workshop.  Our singers will be performing some great music, accompanied by Chris Grasso, piano; Max Murray, bass; and Lenny Robinson, drums.
Patrons who come to the Noon set are welcome to stay for the 2pm set with no additional cover charge, but must check with hostess for seating for 2PM show (if your seat for the 2PM show has been sold, hostess will assist you in obtaining a nearby open seat).

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Jul
1
Sat
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Comedy Night at the Carlyle Club
Jul 1 @ 8:00 pm

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BRENCORE Entertainment and The Carlyle Club Presents Comedy Night at the Carlyle Club featuring comedians who have graced the stages of The Improv, BET Comic View, Showtime at the Apollo, Comedy Central and Def Comedy Jam. Appearing on Saturday, July 1st  will be Host Alex Scott and Friends featuring Comedians Patrice Deveau and Mark Vierra.  Music by DJ Redfootz.

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Jul
13
Thu
2017
Thursday Nights at the Carlyle Club: Summer Concert Series with Trio Caliente
Jul 13 @ 7:30 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

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Since 2003, Trio Caliente’s inimitable blend of Flamenco, Pop, and Brazilian Jazz has been enjoyed by political luminaries stateside and abroad; notable Fortune 500 companies; and venerated international organizations, festivals, and concert venues around the world. With their sultry, throbbing rhythms, Trio Caliente will keep the dance floor packed all night long. With vocals in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and English set to a wide array of Latin grooves, Trio Caliente’s sound is reminiscent of The Gipsy Kings, Buena Vista Social Club, Strunz & Farah, and Jobim—but with a flavor all their own.

Visit Website
Watch Video

Get Tickets →

Jul
14
Fri
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: National Recording Artist Saxophonist Art Sherrod Jr. “Back 2 Business “CD
Jul 14 @ 8:00 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

Image

Art Sherrod Jr is “…a man who loves music, a man who loves art, respects the spirit world and thinks with his heart.”1He is equal parts heart and soul and it seems as if God gave him an extra dose of expression through music.

The creative part of Art was shaped by rich experiences, the people with the greatest influence in his formative years and exposure of culture, religion, and the arts. These people, places and things have fostered an innate curiosity, and have nurtured and strong desire for expression. This is a perfect narrative of Art Sherrod, Jr.’s life and is a precise summary of his life and how his love for music and faith have been molded.

Art is a work in progress, so he is the first to tell you that his taste in music varies greatly, but the influence of growing up in Texas created an appreciation for everything from Country & Western, to Rock N’ Roll, Rap, Hip-Hop, to Gospel and of course Jazz! But it all began in church sitting alongside his amazing mother who sang and played the B-3 organ and father who sang in the male chorus. Even to this day, their love for singing continues to be very personal. The rest is history! It’s as if Art knew from the age of 5, his muse would be the saxophone and his avocation would be creating music that inspires, heals, praises speaks to the soul and makes us smile.

During Art’s four-year tenure as a midshipman attending the US Naval Academy, few people knew he was a musician. But shortly after his time at the academy, Art felt a strong desire to be creative again and step away from the more analytical side of life. So he started playing the saxophone again. Influenced by the likes of David Sanborn, Kirk Whalum, Gerald Albright, Kim Waters and other notables, he gained a great appreciation and respect for strong melodies, grooves, tone and soulful expressiveness. In 2005, Art released his freshman project entitled “All 4 Love” which featured an incredible arrangement of the Hall and Oates mega hit, Sara Smile.

In 2009 Art was signed to Pacific Coast Jazz record label and soon after released his second project, “Seasons”. This project featured a laundry list of industry superstars like Will Downing, Chuck Loeb, Gerald Albright, Frank McComb, Tracy Hamlin, Marcus Johnson, U-Nam, Alex Al and others.

The success of the two projects were satisfying to Art on so many levels; however, he desired greatly to give something back that truly defined the totality of what defines him – his love for the Lord, his family and music. With that being said, he endeavored to record his first gospel project. Art was fortunate enough to have not only a supportive label, but a cadre of uber talented and equally connected musicians that he could lean on to assist in creating his dream Gospel Jazz project, “Intervention”, which features the soulful sound of Incognito’s lead vocalist, Maysa Leak, on a very funky arrangement of Edwin Hawkins’ Oh Happy Day. This project has 13 spiritually enriched tracks that highlight Art’s roots in Gospel, Jazz, R&B and Funk. By no means is “Intervention” your ordinary gospel jazz project, as it features some nontraditional songs like Frankie Beverly’s I Wanna Thank You and Sam Cooke’s A Change Gonna Come, in addition to some traditional gospel songs like It Is Well, He Looked Beyond My Faults, My Soul Has Been Anchored and a funky horn section infused arrangement of Walter Hawkins’ Going Up Yonder.

Jul
15
Sat
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Robert T and Friends
Jul 15 @ 8:00 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

Image

Come join us as we present some of DC’s finest vocalist Karen Linette, Sonja, Von Parris, Robert T show time 8:00p.m. doors open at 6:30p.m. Tickets $30

Get Tickets →

Jul
16
Sun
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Summer Concert Series with Satin Doll Trio
Jul 16 @ 7:00 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

Image

The Satin Doll Trio is an elegant ensemble that performs in the intimate “supper club” jazz style made popular by artists such as Julie London, Sarah Vaughan, and Peggy Lee during the early 1950’s.

Visit Website

Get Tickets

 

Jul
20
Thu
2017
Thursday Nights at the Carlyle Club: Summer Concert with Kevin Howard
Jul 20 @ 7:30 pm

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Kevin Howard is a world class keyboardist,writer,composer,producer, and businessman. Born and raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Kevin is President and CEO of Key Chapter Entertainment a company which includes full service recording and production. Kevin has received several awards which include three “Best Jazz Performer Awards” from renowned local urban radio station WAMO; the WQED Harry Schwab Excellence in the arts award; Best Jazz Performer Champions Association; Pittsburgh City Paper “top three jazz performers”. Kevin, along with his band served as the Pittsburgh?s WJJJ Smooth Jazz Band for more than two years, performing at various events sponsored by the radio station. Kevin recently toured with and was the musical director for jazz saxophone legend Ronnie Laws, also recorded and performed with saxophonist Marion Meadows, Jonathan Butler, Norman Connors, Lonnie Liston Smith, Najee, and George Benson. In addition has shared the stage with Roy Ayers, Pieces of a dream, Joe McBride and John Legend.Kevin also headlined concerts in Parkersburg, WV Jazz on the Green and Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-culture Festival, Jazz under the Stars Harrisburg PA, International Festival Baltimore MD., National Urban League Convention, and several venues nationwide.Kevin has three CD?s “Random Groove”, “Collage”, and “Special Edition” which includes special guest saxophonist Marion Meadows and guitarist Rohn Lawrence. Kevin’s  fourth CD titled “Travels” will be available September 1st 2015 for digital download and physical version September 14th 2015.Kevin Howard?s smooth dynamic sound, warm personality and infectious smile will have you yearning for more. Together with his band of world class musicians, the sounds you experience are tantalizing, smooth, dynamic , and mesmerizing. They project energy, passion and charisma in concert that is the essence of the Kevin Howard Experience. Kevin is a true entertainer.

Visit Website
Watch Video

Get Tickets

Jul
21
Fri
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: Doc Scantlin and his Imperial Palms Orchestra
Jul 21 @ 8:00 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

Image

For over a decade, dapper Doc Scantlin has kept the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s alive for Washington, DC and others internationally.

Doc’s whole ensemble offers a memorable evening of musical entertainment. From the 1920’s speakeasy numbers such as “Puttin’ On The Ritz” and the “Charleston” through the romantic, elegant 1930’s of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, and the wonderful swing era of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, etc… He has played hundreds of the biggest and best balls, special events, weddings, private parties, fund raisers and concerts, appearing throughout the U.S. and Europe,

Get Tickets

Jul
22
Sat
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: A Tribute to the Music of The O’Jays
Jul 22 @ 8:00 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

Image

Forever Yours is a classic soul vocal group, specializing in tribute music of the mighty O’Jays. The ensemble is comprised of four talented musicians and vocalists that have a combined entertainment history spanning over thirty years. Group members are Tyrone Toomer, Tony Petty (both formally of the local well known R&B vocal group Lethal Weapon), Kevin “Pierre” Bell, and Lorenzo Johnson. Individually and combined Forever Yours has performed to sold out audiences on both national and international venues from Germany to Blues Alley in Washington, D.C., and have graced the stage with the likes of world renown artists such as, Cuba Gooding and the Main Ingredient, Four Tops Revue, Howard Hewett, Jean Carne, Toney Fontaine, and many others. The Forever Yours sound will take you back to a moment in time where you relaxed, fell in love, cried, laughed, and partied down to that good feeling classic soul music of the O’Jays.

Get Tickets

Jul
23
Sun
2017
On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: The Vocal Workshop Showcase
Jul 23 @ 12:00 pm

The Carlyle Club logo

Image

Don’t miss the next performance of The Vocal Workshop.  Our singers will be performing some great music, accompanied by Chris Grasso, piano; Max Murray, bass; and Lenny Robinson, drums.
Patrons who come to the Noon set are welcome to stay for the 2pm set with no additional cover charge, but must check with hostess for seating for 2PM show (if your seat for the 2PM show has been sold, hostess will assist you in obtaining a nearby open seat).

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On Behalf of the Carlyle Club: The Vocal Workshop Showcase
Jul 23 @ 2:00 pm

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Don’t miss the next performance of The Vocal Workshop.  Our singers will be performing some great music, accompanied by Chris Grasso, piano; Max Murray, bass; and Lenny Robinson, drums.
Patrons who come to the Noon set are welcome to stay for the 2pm set with no additional cover charge, but must check with hostess for seating for 2PM show (if your seat for the 2PM show has been sold, hostess will assist you in obtaining a nearby open seat).

Visit Website
Watch Video

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