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Fox on the Run: A Glam Going Away Party for David Slutes!
6:30PM

Fox on the Run: A Glam Going Away Party for David Slutes!

Saturday May 25th Doors 6:30pm | Show 7pm Help us bid a fond farewell to the the living legend, the musical myth, the soul of the southwest, Entertainment Director extraordinaire: David Slutes…. Read more

Saturday May 25th

Doors 6:30pm | Show 7pm

Help us bid a fond farewell to the the living legend, the musical myth, the soul of the southwest, Entertainment Director extraordinaire: David Slutes. Celebrate his 27 years at Hotel Congress with a send off for the ages, featuring performances by Brian Lopez, Birds and Arrows, Clifton Taylor, DJ PC Patty, Greyhound Soul, Najima Rainey, Salvador Duran Duran, Silver Fox, Tom Walbank, The Congress Players, and many more!

Show some love by showing up in style: ‘Glam Going Away Bash’ means sequins, big hair, jumpsuits, skinny scarves, and platforms are welcome. Catch that Fox on the Run before he’s off to his next adventure!

This event is FREE and open to all. Spread the word! Let’s come together and give David an unforgettable night!

Alex Oliverio’s Sunshine Ensemble “Sun Songs & Toy Tunes”
7PM & 9PM

Alex Oliverio’s Sunshine Ensemble “Sun Songs & Toy Tunes”

($15-$25 | 7pm & 9pm Shows) Alex Oliverio presents a singular vision of Jazz, Folk, and Americana through the lens of the Southwest. Mixing and matching timbres and tones from genres across… Read more

($15-$25 | 7pm & 9pm Shows) Alex Oliverio presents a singular vision of Jazz, Folk, and Americana through the lens of the Southwest. Mixing and matching timbres and tones from genres across the American spectrum to create a unique aural experience, “Sun Song & Toy Tunes” realizes the “imaginational anthems” that early American Guitar & Banjo stylings evoke. Each song was written for solo guitar or banjo, then orchestrated with a modern ensemble in mind. That ensemble includes acoustic/electric guitars, banjos, pedal steel, synthesizers, keyboards, horns, and drums.

Featuring Alex Oliverio (guitars) Bailey Zick (pedal Steel) Ryan Wheless (saxophone) Cameron Knows (drums)

“Of special interest is the way Oliverio is able to maintain a contemplative quality with music that often keeps to a gallop and expresses itself boldly.”

– Dave Sumner Bandcamp Daily

One More Time: A Tribute to Daft Punk

One More Time: A Tribute to Daft Punk

Saturday May 25th One More Time: A Tribute to Daft Punk!! Doors: 8pm Show: 9pm Adv $20 | Dos $25 Read more

Saturday May 25th

One More Time: A Tribute to Daft Punk!!

Doors: 8pm
Show: 9pm

Adv $20 | Dos $25

RED EYE at Club Congress SATURDAY

RED EYE at Club Congress SATURDAY

RED EYE AT CLUB CONGRESS $3 PBR, $4 TRULY, $5 MEXICAN CANDY SHOTS 10PM – 2AM NO COVER Enter with ID at Club or 5th Ave entrances -Humphouse on the Plaza Read more

RED EYE AT CLUB CONGRESS

$3 PBR, $4 TRULY, $5 MEXICAN CANDY SHOTS

10PM – 2AM

NO COVER

Enter with ID at Club or 5th Ave entrances

-Humphouse on the Plaza

Late Night with Kenji Ono Lancaster & Denali Hershey Kaufman

Late Night with Kenji Ono Lancaster & Denali Hershey Kaufman

(No Cover | 10:30pm Show) After Saturday Night’s Show, join drummer Kenji Ono Lancaster, pianist Denali Hershey Kaufman and their band for late night! Read more

(No Cover | 10:30pm Show) After Saturday Night’s Show, join drummer Kenji Ono Lancaster, pianist Denali Hershey Kaufman and their band for late night!

Kelli Baker

Kelli Baker

Sunday May 26th 6pm $10 –KELLI BAKER–With a powerhouse voice dripping with a haunting sensuality that slips easily into growling old school blues-tones, Kelli speaks her heart like a beat poet in… Read more

Sunday May 26th

6pm

$10

–KELLI BAKER–With a powerhouse voice dripping with a haunting sensuality that slips easily into growling old school blues-tones, Kelli speaks her heart like a beat poet in a late night dive. The kind you only know if you’re in the know. Her music is an amalgamation of authentic blues/rock and heart-on-her-sleeve singer/songwriter pop with folk/gospel roots.

Known in some circles as “The Phoenix”, Kelli was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She moved to New York in 2012, with $500 in cash, chasing the heels of Hurricane Sandy. Learning music like so many others in the church choir, Kelli graduated to fronting a hard rock band and a folk duo, writing her own music at an early age.

Kelli has consistently tours nationally, including performing in Paris, France. She appears regularly at iconic music houses such as NYC’s The Bitter End, taking the stage at The Cutting Room, Rockwood Music Hall, and some of New York’s most discerning venues.

Kelli was made Brand Ambassador for Monster Cables in July of 2022 and will be representing Monster/performing for Monster at The NAMM show in Anaheim, January 2024. Her track, “Blood on the Nile” was met with critical acclaim, landing on Spotify’s coveted editorial playlist, “Blues Roots”, as well as as commercial airplay on the UK’s #1 country music station, and a headlining feature in Guitar Girl Magazine.

Kelli has swiftly moved through the ranks of New York’s bristling music scene to become a known name. She has been featured in Relix Magazine, Guitar Girl Magazine, on WFUV’s coveted NY Slice, Rollin’ With hosted by Rob Rush of 94.3 The Shark, Launch Music Conference & Festival, Brooklyn Vegan, Broadway World, NYC.Com, Better Lemons, VoyagePhoenix, Faces of Long Island, Fresh Brewed Sessions, The Tedeschi Trucks podcast, Knock ‘Em Dead Comedy, UnRated Magazine, UK Radio’s Don’s Hit List, Governor’s Radio, Breaking Sound Radio, Rising Stars Radio with Rick Eberle, The Douglas Coleman Show, DiscoverYou Radio, The Long Islander, and The Island Now, among many others.

Kelli delivers a commanding performance and has been compared to Bonnie Raitt, Chris Cornell, Susan Tedeschi, and Aretha Franklin. Her dynamic blues tones and gospel nods have been called a kind of ethereal blues. Her major influences are The Rolling Stones, Muddy Waters, Jane’s Addiction, The Black Crowes, Bonnie Raitt, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Neil Young.

The Kelli Baker Band recently recorded at the iconic Cove City Sound Studios with Richie Cannata (Billy Joel, Lords of 52nd Street) and John Arbuckle (Justin Bieber, Jon Bellion). Kelli has recorded at Milk House Studios with multi-platinum producer Philip A. Jimenez (Wheatus, Teenage Dirtbag) and Blokhed Studios with Grammy-nominated producer Tommy Stiegler. Susan Aquila (recorded and worked with Led Zeppelin, Paul McCartney, Steven Tyler) appears on “Cathedral”. She resides just outside of New York City.

Jazz Jam with Max Goldschmid Quartet

Jazz Jam with Max Goldschmid Quartet

(No Cover | 7pm-10pm) Come jam with Max Goldschmid and the Century Room House band! Read more

(No Cover | 7pm-10pm) Come jam with Max Goldschmid and the Century Room House band!

Harmony House @ Club Congress

Harmony House @ Club Congress

Sunday May 26 from 9PM – 2AM House, Nu-Disco, & Pop Edits all night long with DJ Nada. $4 High Noons + $6 Blood Moon Cocktails *Discount Requires Dancing* You won’t want… Read more

Sunday May 26 from 9PM – 2AM

House, Nu-Disco, & Pop Edits all night long with DJ Nada.

$4 High Noons + $6 Blood Moon Cocktails

*Discount Requires Dancing*

You won’t want to miss it

No Cover

Must be 21+

Late Night Karaoke

Late Night Karaoke

Congratulations, you’re booked! You’re the star at Karaoke con Congress this Sunday night on the plaza – FREE from 10PM – 2AM Drink Special : $4 High Noons and $6 Blood Moon… Read more

Congratulations, you’re booked! You’re the star at Karaoke con Congress this Sunday night on the plaza – FREE from 10PM – 2AM

Drink Special : $4 High Noons and $6 Blood Moon Cocktails!

Big Band Bash! TJI Ellington Band & the CRJO

Big Band Bash! TJI Ellington Band & the CRJO

($15-$25 tickets | 7pm & 8:30pm sets) Inspired by the Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, the 17-piece CRJO performs classic big band repertoire every Monday night at the Century Room starting at 7pm…. Read more

($15-$25 tickets | 7pm & 8:30pm sets) Inspired by the Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, the 17-piece CRJO performs classic big band repertoire every Monday night at the Century Room starting at 7pm. Expect music from the Count Basie Orchestra, Duke Ellington Orchestra, the Thad Jones/Mel Louis Jazz Orchestra and much more!

This week features the award-winning Tucson Jazz Institute Ellington Big Band during the first set!

Dead Poet Society

Dead Poet Society

Tuesday May 28th w/ support from Andrés **Spotify Presale: Tuesday January 9th @ 12pm ET** **General On-Sale: Friday January 12th @ 10am local** Doors 7pm ADV $20 | DOS $25 16+ —DEAD… Read more

Tuesday May 28th

w/ support from Andrés

**Spotify Presale: Tuesday January 9th @ 12pm ET**

**General On-Sale: Friday January 12th @ 10am local**

Doors 7pm

ADV $20 | DOS $25

16+

—DEAD POET SOCIETY—Asked what it is he wants audiences to take away from “FISSION,” the forthcoming second album from Dead Poet Society, Jack Underkofler offers eight small but powerful words: “We want to leave them with the truth.”

The affable and engaging 30-year-old delivers these words with the forthrightness that marks his discussions about the band he fronts, completed by Jack Collins (guitar), Will Goodroad (drums), and Dylan Brenner (bass), and the art this collective of college friends have exhaustively dedicated themselves moulding, too often to their own detriment.

It’s an answer that epitomizes the dedication with which the quartet approaches their craft, and the search for its purest, most meaningful form. “It’s not as simple as saying we want our music to leave people with a positive outlook,” Underkofler explains. “You want music to speak to wherever you find yourself. We want to leave people feeling that whatever they are experiencing is valid, no matter what place they are at in their lives.”

After a decade defining, redefining, and perfecting their art, where Dead Poet Society finds themselves on the eve of their sophomore release is much clearer. Make no mistake: Dead Poet Society is a uniquely captivating group, rock’s next great breakout act, with “FISSION” set to capture the hearts and challenge the minds of fans old and new on the journey ahead.

Following on the heels of their acclaimed debut full-length “–!–“ (2021), “FISSION” seeks to unpack the personal journey its creators have been on during that ride to date. “FISSION,” as its title hints, is a 13-track study of personal change and the turbulence of growth that, as Underkofler attests, takes “a microscopic and broad look at the events that changed who we are.” To that end, there are deep rakings over the coals of relationship breakdowns, examinations of addiction in all its guises, ruminations on the responsibilities and challenges of adulthood, and struggles with the evolution, loss, and continual search for self. “In a lot of ways, this album is about unpacking those emotional pains that come with being an adult,” Underkofler says.

“The past few years have left me in a constant state of growth through the life events of which I’ve had little control, or which didn’t pan out the way I wanted them to,” the frontman admits. “There’s a ‘before’ you, and an ‘after’ you, and there’s no going back. Life tends to force your hand, and it’s futile to fight it. You have to accept that things that happen to you will change you, and let them build you into the next phase of who you are.

“There is a constant battle to not mourn who I was because the things you go through define you as a person and turn you into a person worth being,” he adds. “But that can be difficult to wrestle with. There is a positive to it, but it is birthed through a lot of pain.”

“It’s both exciting – ‘Fuck you. I’m gonna take this head-on’ – and at the same time, you’re terrified how you’re going to get through the next month,” adds Goodroad. “One day you’re super confident about where life is going, the next you’re second-guessing everything. It’s like the myth of Sisyphus: it’s a boulder you have to push up the hill every day.”

Twinned lead singles “Running In Circles” and “Hurt” weave through fears of following the wrong path while hiding behind false fronts. “How Could I Love You” and “I Hope You Hate Me” tackle the sometimes bittersweet, more often simply bitter fallout from a tumultuous relationship. “81 Tonnes,” meanwhile, sees Underkofler revisit a time of particular helplessness and instability. ’I need peace now slow my body down can you pull me out?’ he pleads. ‘Too afraid of fission and faith to save me from myself.’

It’s that track which gave guitarist Collins his clearest understanding of the emotions he and his bandmates share, which were coming to the fore in the song. “Jack described “81 Tonnes” to us as about being left with ‘a permanently altered state of mind,’ which felt like the perfect summary of so many of those songs on the album to me,” he says. ”They all lead you to the finish line of, ‘I’m a different person now because of all this…’”

To some extent, through “FISSION”’s creation, Dead Poet Society has become a different band, too. A more attuned one; more accomplished, certainly. “We were really trying to define our sound more on this record,” Collins nods. “We worked a lot more on guitar tones, bass tones, and drum sounds, and paid close attention to melody. The aim was to make our sound bigger – we wanted a more dynamic record, where you could hear the best representation of us live. I feel like the evolution is us maturing a little bit, and wanting to create a sound that was less an obvious reflection of our influences – Muse, Queens Of The Stone Age, Nothing But Thieves, Royal Blood – and more definitively our own. We don’t control where the inspiration comes from. We just had to obey the songs and what they were telling us to do next.”

“We hone in on a feeling, rather than a sound,” adds Underkofler. “This album is the defining moment of when we truly became Dead Poet Society. It’s the closest we’ve come to realizing the essence of the ideas we’ve always had for this band.”

The result is a compelling record of depth and substance, which weaves through the spectrum of anthemic alternative, dark hard rock, and progressive indie. “FISSION“ is at once comfortingly familiar and disconcertingly alien; raw and analogue – “Profoundly human,” as Goodroad says – while possessing a colder, digital inflection. Unexpected turns and deviations reveal themselves often; repeat listens reveal greater secrets yet. It’s a multifaceted record of contrast and cohesion, on which the bright glow of the ballad “Tipping Point” and album-highlight “My Condition” – the sort of infuriatingly hooky earworm anthem with which alternative radio airwaves are dominated – can coalesce with the industrial-leaning mechanics of the piston-driven “Hard To Be God” and “KOET.”

“I think the best way to make other people feel something is to make yourself feel something. The best songwriters are people who can take a particular emotion and feeling and create the most narrow translation when someone hears that song,” Underkofler says. “If someone hearing a song can be taken to the exact headspace that the person who wrote it was in at the time, for me, that is the mark of a great songwriter. And I feel with these songs, we’ve achieved that better than we ever have before.”

It’s a headspace you’re left to ruminate in long after Underkofler is finished protesting ‘But what if I’m always alone? / And I don’t like who I am anymore’ on the closing “Black And Gold”. Because when all is said and done, the truth is that the impact of “FISSION” and Dead Poet Society willreverberate now and in years to come.

AR Flamenco Presents: Tablao Flamenco with Special Guest Fabian Sisneros

AR Flamenco Presents: Tablao Flamenco with Special Guest Fabian Sisneros

($25-$35 | 7pm show) In one of Tucson’s most intimate venues, experience the rawness and authenticity flamenco has to offer. This month features special guest **Fabian Sisneros** **Angelina Ramirez (Baile)** Angelina Ramirez… Read more

($25-$35 | 7pm show) In one of Tucson’s most intimate venues, experience the rawness and authenticity flamenco has to offer. This month features special guest **Fabian Sisneros**

**Angelina Ramirez (Baile)**

Angelina Ramirez is a flamenco movement artist and teaching artist living in Tucson, Arizona. Ramirez’s artistic work explores what it means to be a queer, latinx flamenca, practicing in a traditional Roma/gitano form of dance. As a teaching artist, she is interested in the intersections of arts and healing, focusing on work with elders of all abilities and integrated flamenco with autistic individuals. She is devoted to promoting accessibility and eradicating ableism, racism and bigotry by practicing and promoting dialogue, acceptance and community participation. In 2021 Ramirez received the Master-Apprentice Artist Award through Southwest Folklife Alliance for her dedication and commitment to Flamenco arts. She is a National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures fellow. In 2018 she received the Arizona Commission on the Arts’ Artist Research and Development Grant to support the development of her evening-length work /SER/. Ramirez is an original member of Yjastros, the American Flamenco Repertory Company and has toured with world-renowned, New York-based company Noche Flamenca. Along with teaching and performing Ramirez produces events and festivals and is currently the curator for the Traditional and Ethnic Dance Festival with the Southwest Folklife Alliance.

**Misael Barraza Diaz (Guitarrista)**

Born in Hermosillo, Sonora, Misael is one of the most outstanding Mexican guitarists of his generation. In 2014, Misael graduated with honors “Summa Cum Lude” from the Master in Guitar Alicante (Spain), a special program where Misael studied with world-class artists such as David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Ignacio Rodes, Paul O’dette, Hopkinson Smith, Fabio Zanon, Roberto Aussell and Shin Ichi Fukuda. Later that year, the artist obtained a second Master’s degree from the University of Arizona (USA), where he now pursues the title of Doctor of Musical Arts under the tutelage of teacher Thomas Patterson, director of the Bolton Guitar Studies program. As part of this program, Mr. Barraza also studies regularly with artists-in-residence and Grammy winners David Russell, Sergio Assad and Odair Assad.

**With**

**Jason Martinez (cajon)**

**Mele Martinez (canta & palma)**

Ambient Lounge | Steve Roach & Michael Stearns Night 1

Ambient Lounge | Steve Roach & Michael Stearns Night 1

Wednesday May 29th Night 1 6pm doors | 7pm show **Reserved Seating: $35** **General Admission:** ADV $25 | DOS $30 21+ —STEVE ROACH—AMBIENT LOUNGE – THE NEXT LEVEL STEVE ROACH & MICHAEL… Read more

Wednesday May 29th Night 1

6pm doors | 7pm show

**Reserved Seating: $35**

**General Admission:** ADV $25 | DOS $30

21+

—STEVE ROACH—AMBIENT LOUNGE – THE NEXT LEVEL
STEVE ROACH & MICHAEL STEARNS
W/ SPECIAL GUEST ROBERT RICH
MAY 29 & 30, CLUB CONGRESS
TUCSON, AZ

Yes you’re reading this correctly! Steve and Michael will be performing solo and collaborative sets for the first time ever together on 2 nights in May 2024. Add to this, the return of Robert Rich as guest and we have 3 unforgettable nights in the Soundcurrent.

These concerts will be presented in 4 channel sound within the intimate and great sounding Club Congress in Downtown Tucson. The artist’s intention is to place the audience directly within the core of the creative vortex. Pure sonic immersion unfolding before your ears and eyes. In this setting we are leaving the visuals out of the picture and keeping the focus on the artists at work, presenting and sharing with the audience a rare intimate encounter at the crucible of the creative experience.

As did the recent Ambient Lounge concert with Robert Rich and Steve, these shows will sell out. Tickets will be on sale soon. We will announce as soon as the ticket sales open up. We hope to see you at this rarefied event on the horizon – May 29, 30 2024.

Mysterious Babies Traditional Jazz

Mysterious Babies Traditional Jazz

($10 Reserved/$5 Advanced GA | 7pm-9:30pm) Guy Senese leads the Mysterious Babies in the tradition of Armstrong, Bechet, Jelly Roll Morton, and other Early Jazz innovators out of New Orleans & Chicago…. Read more

($10 Reserved/$5 Advanced GA | 7pm-9:30pm) Guy Senese leads the Mysterious Babies in the tradition of Armstrong, Bechet, Jelly Roll Morton, and other Early Jazz innovators out of New Orleans & Chicago. The band starts at 7pm, followed by a trad jazz jam session. Every Wednesday!

Ambient Lounge | Steve Roach & Michael Stearns Night 2

Ambient Lounge | Steve Roach & Michael Stearns Night 2

Wednesday May 29th Night 1 6pm doors | 7pm show **Reserved Seating: $35** **General Admission:** ADV $25 | DOS $30 21+ —STEVE ROACH—AMBIENT LOUNGE – THE NEXT LEVEL STEVE ROACH & MICHAEL… Read more

Wednesday May 29th Night 1

6pm doors | 7pm show

**Reserved Seating: $35**

**General Admission:** ADV $25 | DOS $30

21+

—STEVE ROACH—AMBIENT LOUNGE – THE NEXT LEVEL
STEVE ROACH & MICHAEL STEARNS
W/ SPECIAL GUEST ROBERT RICH
MAY 29 & 30, CLUB CONGRESS
TUCSON, AZ

Yes you’re reading this correctly! Steve and Michael will be performing solo and collaborative sets for the first time ever together on 2 nights in May 2024. Add to this, the return of Robert Rich as guest and we have 2 unforgettable nights in the Soundcurrent.

These concerts will be presented in 4 channel sound within the intimate and great sounding Club Congress in Downtown Tucson. The artist’s intention is to place the audience directly within the core of the creative vortex. Pure sonic immersion unfolding before your ears and eyes. In this setting we are leaving the visuals out of the picture and keeping the focus on the artists at work, presenting and sharing with the audience a rare intimate encounter at the crucible of the creative experience.

As did the recent Ambient Lounge concert with Robert Rich and Steve, these shows will sell out. Tickets will be on sale soon. We will announce as soon as the ticket sales open up. We hope to see you at this rarefied event on the horizon – May 29, 30 2024.

Ted Rosenthal Trio: Plays the Music of Thelonious Monk & Bud Powell

Ted Rosenthal Trio: Plays the Music of Thelonious Monk & Bud Powell

($20-$30 | 7pm & 8:30pm sets) Ted Rosenthal returns to the Century Room! This time, he will be playing selections from the fantastic repertoire of legendary jazz pianists Thelonious Monk and Bud… Read more

($20-$30 | 7pm & 8:30pm sets) Ted Rosenthal returns to the Century Room! This time, he will be playing selections from the fantastic repertoire of legendary jazz pianists Thelonious Monk and Bud Powell!

**Arthur Vint – Drums**

**Scott Black – Bass**

**Ted Rosenthal**

**Ted Rosenthal is one of the leading jazz pianist/composers of his generation. He actively tours worldwide with his trio, as a soloist, and has performed with many jazz greats, including Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Phil Woods and James Moody.**

**Winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition, Rosenthal has released fifteen CDs as a leader. Wonderland, was selected as a New York Times holiday pick, and received much critical praise: “Sleek, chic and elegant” – Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune. Impromptu, showcases his reimaginings of classical themes for jazz trio. “A serious listen to Impromptu will be a mind-changing experience…sit back and enjoy these wonderfully creative takes on ten compositions from the classical canon that have never sounded so cool.” – Elliott Simon, AllAboutJazz**

**Rosenthal’s solo album, The 3 B’s, received 4 stars from DownBeat magazine. It features music of Bud Powell, Bill Evans and his improvisations on Beethoven themes.**

***“In Rosenthal’s hands all this music sounds as though it sprang from the same muse, and that’s the sign of a skilled, imaginative artist.”* – David R. Adler, All Music Guide.**

Ambient Lounge | Steve Roach & Michael Stearns Night 3

Ambient Lounge | Steve Roach & Michael Stearns Night 3

Friday May 31st Night 3 6pm doors | 7pm show **Reserved Seating: $35** **General Admission:** ADV $25 | DOS $30 21+ —STEVE ROACH—AMBIENT LOUNGE – THE NEXT LEVEL STEVE ROACH & MICHAEL… Read more

Friday May 31st Night 3

6pm doors | 7pm show

**Reserved Seating: $35**

**General Admission:** ADV $25 | DOS $30

21+

—STEVE ROACH—AMBIENT LOUNGE – THE NEXT LEVEL
STEVE ROACH & MICHAEL STEARNS
W/ SPECIAL GUEST ROBERT RICH
MAY 29 & 30, CLUB CONGRESS
TUCSON, AZ

Yes you’re reading this correctly! Steve and Michael will be performing solo and collaborative sets for the first time ever together on 2 nights in May 2024. Add to this, the return of Robert Rich as guest and we have 2 unforgettable nights in the Soundcurrent.

These concerts will be presented in 4 channel sound within the intimate and great sounding Club Congress in Downtown Tucson. The artist’s intention is to place the audience directly within the core of the creative vortex. Pure sonic immersion unfolding before your ears and eyes. In this setting we are leaving the visuals out of the picture and keeping the focus on the artists at work, presenting and sharing with the audience a rare intimate encounter at the crucible of the creative experience.

As did the recent Ambient Lounge concert with Robert Rich and Steve, these shows will sell out. Tickets will be on sale soon. We will announce as soon as the ticket sales open up. We hope to see you at this rarefied event on the horizon – May 29, 30 2024.

Tony Rosano Benefit

Tony Rosano Benefit

Friday May 31st Tony Rosano Benefit show with Golden Boots Dante and Laura Jean & Tom Walbank. $10 suggested donation Doors 7pm | Show 7:30pm Read more

Friday May 31st

Tony Rosano Benefit show with Golden Boots Dante and Laura Jean & Tom Walbank.

$10 suggested donation

Doors 7pm | Show 7:30pm

Or Bareket
7PM & 9PM

Or Bareket

($25-$35 | 7pm & 9pm shows) Century Room welcomes acclaimed bassist Or Bareket to the stage! **Or Bareket** Born in Jerusalem to parents of Moroccan, Iraqi, Argentinian, and Eastern European descent, raised… Read more

($25-$35 | 7pm & 9pm shows) Century Room welcomes acclaimed bassist Or Bareket to the stage!

**Or Bareket**

Born in Jerusalem to parents of Moroccan, Iraqi, Argentinian, and Eastern European descent, raised between Buenos-Aires and Tel-Aviv, and based out of Brooklyn since 2011, Or Bareket is one of the most prominent bassists of his generation, as well as a composer and bandleader with an eclectic yet meticulously cohesive approach.

Bareket’s distinct lyricism, rhythmic dexterity, and groove-centric approach are clearly present in his playing and writing alike. Growing up tri-lingual, Bareket is fascinated by how different languages and cultures intersect and diverge. His creative process is an investigation of spaces between and within languages, continuously synthesizing the different worlds he inhabits into a personal aesthetic that honors all of them: his ancestral North African and Latin-American folklores, his life-long study of Black American music, and his experiences making music with some of today’s foremost artists across a wide range of musical generations and stylistic orientations; Bareket has worked extensively with bands led by the likes of Joel Ross and Ari Hoenig, and has performed with artists such as Joshua Redman, Chris Potter, Ben Wendel, Leon Parker, Aaron Parks, Hamilton de Holanda, Anat Cohen,Sam Yahel, Gilad Hekselman, Taylor Eigsti, Marta Sanchez, Aaron Goldberg, and Sullivan Fortner in different settings.

RED EYE at Club Congress FRIDAY

RED EYE at Club Congress FRIDAY

RED EYE AT CLUB CONGRESS $3 PBR, $4 TRULY, $5 MEXICAN CANDY SHOTS 10PM – 2AM NO COVER Enter with ID at Club or 5th Ave entrances -Pico de Gallo on the… Read more

RED EYE AT CLUB CONGRESS

$3 PBR, $4 TRULY, $5 MEXICAN CANDY SHOTS

10PM – 2AM

NO COVER

Enter with ID at Club or 5th Ave entrances

-Pico de Gallo on the Plaza

-Bex & Halsero in the Club

Psycho Surf Party ft. Las Calakas & More

Psycho Surf Party ft. Las Calakas & More

Saturday June 1st Our first Summer Party of the Season….. Psycho Surf Party!!! w/ Dirty Licks, The Hide Away, Reztones & Las Calakas Doors 6:30pm | Show 7pm Adv $10 | Dos… Read more

Saturday June 1st

Our first Summer Party of the Season….. Psycho Surf Party!!!

w/ Dirty Licks, The Hide Away, Reztones & Las Calakas

Doors 6:30pm | Show 7pm

Adv $10 | Dos $12

Liz Cracchiolo & Jonathan Michel Present: We Love the 90s

Liz Cracchiolo & Jonathan Michel Present: We Love the 90s

($25-$35 Tickets | 7pm show) Century Room favorite Liz Cracchiolo and New York City’s celebrated bassist and producer Jonathan Michel collaborate to craft mesmerizing jazz renditions of contemporary melodies. Jonathan Michel is… Read more

($25-$35 Tickets | 7pm show) Century Room favorite Liz Cracchiolo and New York City’s celebrated bassist and producer Jonathan Michel collaborate to craft mesmerizing jazz renditions of contemporary melodies.

Jonathan Michel is a New York City based jazz bassist and band leader. Michel began his career touring with the R&B Grammy winning artist Billy Paul, working with him for 5 years and eventually serving as musical director. He went on to work with artists such as Orrin Evans, Aaron Goldberg, Andrew Cyrille, and Terrace Martin. Michel plays frequently in New York and leads a monthly residency at Smalls Jazz Club. He released his first album as leader, MDR, in 2018. Liz Cracchiolo, a Tucson native, holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Arizona. She is a versatile performer who has showcased her talent in Musical Theatre, Cabaret, Jazz, and Rock genres in Tucson and across the country. She has been nominated for multiple Mac awards and has won a Mac award for her exceptional work in musical theater. Liz has graced the stage in productions like “Next to Normal,” “The Producers,” “Les Misérables,” and “Fun Home.” Since 2022, she has been actively involved in performing and self-producing cabaret shows in New York City and Tucson. Liz is a prominent figure in the Tucson jazz scene, frequently selling out shows at The Century Room, and was nominated as Best Jazz Musician by the Tucson Weekly in 2023.

Paul Green Jazz Blues Quartet
9PM SHOW & 9PM

Paul Green Jazz Blues Quartet

($10-$15 tickets | 9pm show) Join us for Late Night with the Paul Green Jazz Blues Quartet! Read more

($10-$15 tickets | 9pm show) Join us for Late Night with the Paul Green Jazz Blues Quartet!

RED EYE at Club Congress SATURDAY

RED EYE at Club Congress SATURDAY

RED EYE AT CLUB CONGRESS $3 PBR, $4 TRULY, $5 MEXICAN CANDY SHOTS 10PM – 2AM NO COVER Enter with ID at Club or 5th Ave entrances -Humphouse on the Plaza Read more

RED EYE AT CLUB CONGRESS

$3 PBR, $4 TRULY, $5 MEXICAN CANDY SHOTS

10PM – 2AM

NO COVER

Enter with ID at Club or 5th Ave entrances

-Humphouse on the Plaza

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