Every day of the week we host bands, DJs, and other artistic endeavors.
There is no cover charge. All guests must be at least 21 year of age, with a proper ID.
Interested in seeing your act on our calendar? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in performing at our Tuesday night Relax Attack Jazz Series, email email@example.com.
March 10, 2013
At the Whistler's Playing Favorites series, musicians pay homage to the music that resonates most with them, be it a collection of songs from one artist or an entire album.
Monk What is a project of guitarist Brian Citro of Chicago dub stars The Drastics. The group was formed to reinterpret the music of Thelonious Monk through Jamaican, African and American bass music rhythms. Monk What focuses on many of Monk’s lesser-known tunes, including early pieces like "Humph", "Off Minor" and "Hornin’ In". Steppers’, one-drop and rock-steady beats lay dope foundations for Monk’s music. Drummer Anthony Abbinanti and Bassist Chris Merrill, also from The Drastics, take a stylistically accurate but open approach to these and other rhythms. Tenor Saxophonist Nate Lepine and Trumpeter Shane Jonas complete the group, with fresh looks at Monk’s melodic and harmonic structures.