Jetsetter Jazz Band Makes Its Debut Performance at The Joint in Los Angeles
Nutty, a jetsetter jazz octet makes its debut performance at The Joint in Los Angeles, March 6 at 8 pm.
Los Angeles (I-Newswire) February 28, 2013 - Now that retro culture has influenced film and TV audiences and Mid-Century styles and architecture are the essence of hipster chic, there's never been a better time to delve into the world of NUTTY, the band that performs their branded "Jetsetter Jazz", a swingin', swanky mash-up of renowned pop/rock vocals and melodies gliding over timeless jazz tracks. It's a lifestyle thing, and it's cheeky fun...but it's all about the music.
Making their debut performance at The Joint in Los Angeles, March 6 at 8 pm,
Nutty takes rock/jazz mashups to a whole new level, showcasing intricate arrangements that are seamless in their execution. And when front man Sonny Moon saunters up to croon, you'll think you've been transported back in time, when 3-martini lunches were a staple and the Rat Pack held court at the Sands...say, 1963.
With these cats on stage, it's a Bachelor Pad vibe, right down to the black suits, skinny ties and irreverent humor.
"It's pure Vegas--really good Vegas--and a good time!" Brick Wahl, LA WEEKLY
"They embody the era of 60s cool, from their dress to their music to their own 'Nutty' martini...nothing like them." Dailey Pike, LAJAZZ.COM
"Come for the humor, stay for the tunes...which sound like they were always meant to live together." --G. Murray Thomas, GROUND CONTROL
It's like a crazy dream where some classic rockers named Jimi, Sting, Ray Davies and Neil Young put their words, riffs and melodies into music written by some jazz cats named Mancini, Dizzy, Charlie Mingus and the Duke...
Nutty delivers song renditions so deftly layered the reveals leave you wondering "what just happened?" But with a catchy groove, remarkably tight players and an engaging front man, you're locked in for the ride.
The Joint celebrates its new ownership and revived space, featuring an open yet intimate haven with one of the best sounding rooms in Los Angeles.
8771 W Pico Blvd (near Robertson) Los Angeles, CA 90035
Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm All guests must be 18+ with valid ID. For more information, please call (310) 275-2619.
Welcome to the world of NUTTY . . .
. . . where eight jetsetter jazzniks swagger among the p More..op/rock archives, serving up a martini mix of crime jazz/spy jazz, straight-ahead jazz, film/t.v. themes, big band swing, atomic lounge, latin and a bop chaser to create the ultimate in spiked rock classics.
It's like this crazy dream where some cats named Hendrix, Ozzy, The Beatles and The Who are sittin' in with Mingus, Dizzy, Sinatra and the Duke . . .
. . . like Brubeck's got the Moody Blues, Coltrane rides a magic carpet and Thelonious is the fifth Monkee . . .
. . . like purple haze and aqua velvet, blue oysters and pink champagne, a paisley pattern on a tiki mug, a Shag litho above a shag carpet . . .
It's like . . . Nutty. You dig?Less..
4841 Abbeyville Ave
Phone : 8184267740
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Published On:February 28, 2013
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