Tue, May 23|
WDCB Jazz in the Brewery
Come join us on Tuesday, May 23rd for a LIVE Jazz broadcast on WDCB Radio! This event is open to the public and free to attend -- however, standing space is limited, so we are offering table reservations in the Lounge for $12 per person.
Time & Location
May 23, 2023, 6:20 PM – 9:00 PM
Woodridge, 8102 Lemont Rd # 300, Woodridge, IL 60517, USA
About the event
Come join us on Tuesday, May 23rd for a LIVE Jazz broadcast on WDCB Radio! The Gregory Dudzienski Quartet will be performing in the Lounge at Skeleton Key and WDCB will be broadcasting it over the airwaves from 7 to 8pm, with an additional set of music from 8:15 to 9pm.
Taproom will open at 5pm with food available for purchase from our friends at Burn N' Bull, and we will get a bonus set of LIVE Jazz in the Den from Henry Scherrer & Colleen Wild of The Black and Bluehearts from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.
While this show is free to attend, there is only VERY limited standing room available in the Lounge on a first-come, first-served basis. You can, however, reserve seating for this one time event for $12 per person (full tables available, too), and you can choose where you want to sit on the following page based on our seating chart.
Please note: this event is 21+, and seating for the broadcast will begin at 6:15pm. We ask that guests arrive on time and be respectful of the show as we will be broadcasting LIVE over the radio!
Jazz saxophonist and composer Gregory Dudzienski lives a life of constant motion. After years of travel, he is now a member of Chicago’s strong community of musicians and improvisers. His original music has been featured locally in Elastic Art's Anagram Series, the Actual Jazz Series at Cafe Mustache, WDCB's Night at The Jazz Showcase, and the Chicago Jazz Composers Collective at The Green Mill... and additionally in the Is This Jazz Series at AS200 in Providence (RI), the International Saxophone Symposium in Fairfax (VA), and the Salerno Jazz Festival in Italy. Dudzienski was inspired in his youth by the jazz of the late 1950s and 1960s, and has since continued to be influenced by the melodic, harmonic and rhythmic language of that era. He maintains a busy monthly schedule where he leads his own groups in many of Chicago’s favorite venues, while also accepting numerous invitations to play as a sideman with other fine jazz groups!
Show is free to attend -- however, standing room is limited, so this ticket will ensure you have somewhere to sit!$12.00Tax: +$0.93 Sales Tax+$0.32 service feeSold Out