With Paul Keller, Sarah D'Angelo, Steve Wood, Duncan McMillan, Stephen Boegehold and special guests Mark D'Angelo and Leah KellerMore...
This recording was made on the last night of a four-night run at the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe in Grosse Pointe, MI. It is dedicated to the memory of our dear, departed friend and genius jazz pianist, Steve Richko.More...
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The 15-piece Paul Keller Orchestra plays classic, obscure and original big band material from the entire history of jazz EVERY MONDAY NIGHT at Zal Gaz Grotto from 7:30 till 10:15 PM. Zal Gaz Grotto is located at 2070 W. Stadium Boulevard on the west side of Ann Arbor (between Liberty and Pauline...across from the post office and next door to the Chrysler/Jeep dealership). Zal Gaz Grotto offers good food, cheap drinks, ample safe and free parking and GREAT JAZZ! Come be a part of Ann Arbor's beloved Monday night big band tradition. Call Zal Gaz Grotto at 734/663-1202.Learn More
One of Michigan's finest, oldest, most-respected and well-traveled jazz big bands.
The Paul Keller Ensemble (PKE) is a three horn jazz septet - a mini big band - consisting of trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, bass, drums and vocalist
The Paul Keller AT SUNDOWN Quartet/Quintet features vocalist/clarinetist Sarah D'Angelo (Keller says, "Sarah is the voice of my music."), saxophonist Steve Wood, pianist Duncan McMillan and and drummer Stephen Boegehold. Their hallmark is unique tonal blend of clarinet and saxophone in harmony - a beautiful "ensemble sonority" not often heard in jazz. Clever and entertaining Keller arrangements dot the musical landscape of each AT SUNDOWN performance.
The Paul Keller Trio places a premium on three main goals: presenting well-organized music that reflects the ensemble of a big band within the trio context; indulging their individual muses with impressive improvisatory flights of creative fancy; and entertaining their loyal fans with an eclectic mix of familiar and not so familiar jazz repertoire.
Jazz string bassist Paul Keller wear many hats: He is a well-respected master of his instrument; he is a prolific composer and an outstanding arranger of music for small and large ensembles; he is an educator, an entertainer and impresario; he is a lover of, a student of, and a proponent of The Great American Songbook; he is a successful bandleader of several different groups and he is an in-demand sideman who has performed all over the world with a myriad of jazz luminaries. Paul has earned the nick-name "The House Bass Player For The State Of Michigan" as each year, he logs so many miles traveling across the state to perform at various music venues. Since 1989, Paul has led his 15-piece Paul Keller Orchestra every Monday night in Ann Arbor - that over 1,300 Monday nights! The PKO plays original, obscure and classic big band material from the entire history of jazz . Under Paul's expert leadership, the PKO has garnered popular and critical acclaim including several Detroit Music Awards for excellence in performing arts.Full BIO and more photos...
Tue Sep 18, 2018 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Paul King @ Moriarty's
Moriarty's Pub, 802 E Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48912, USA
Detroit jazz vocalist Paul King sings with Paul Keller, Duncan McMillan and Jeff Shoup at Moriarty's Pub - on Michigan Ave. just six blocks east of the Michigan State Capitol. Great food and drinks at Mort's. No cover charge! Free parking.
Thu Sep 20, 2018 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Paul Keller Trio
London Chop House, 155 W Congress St, Detroit, MI 48226, USA
Paul Keller, Sarah D'Angelo and Duncan McMillan perform every Thursday night from 6-9 PM at downtown Detroit's historic London Chop House restaurant.
Fri Sep 21, 2018 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Petra Van Nuys and Andy Brown
Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N 4th Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, USA
Chicago's finest: vocalist Petra Van Nuys and guitarist Andy Brown are favorites at the Kerrytown Concert House. They return for another jazz concert with their Ann Arbor friends Paul Keller, James Dapogny and Pete Siers.