Ed Archibald & Friends, Saxophone, Soulful Jazz & R&B, Saturday July 3, 2021 6:30pm & 9:00pm

We are pleased to have our partners from the Marriott Hotel introduce a new menu of food options, see our menu page here on the website to review all the selections.  We’ve missed their support and are very happy they have returned!

6:30pm Show  | 65-75 minute performance | Doors open at 5:00pm |

$15.00 tickets

Beverage and Food service available

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9:00pm Show | 65-75 minute performance | Doors open at 8:30pm |

$15.00 tickets

Beverage and Food Service (Snack menu only)

**All orders must be placed by 9:30pm, kitchen closes at 9:30pm

No Valet

Discount parking located on 12th st and Capitol under Marriott Parking garage (get validation ticket at Jewell as you leave)

A $5.00 credit will be applied to the students bill (towards music, food & beverages), students must show I.D.

ED ARCHIBALD – SAXOPHONE

JOHN MERTZ – GUITAR

GAYLAN PRINCE- DRUMS

LELAND MICKLES – KEYBOARDS

GREG BOWIE – BASS

SPECIAL GUEST TERRY PARKER – VOCALIST (1ST SHOW 6:30PM)

SPECIAL GUEST RAYFORD JONES – VOCALIST (2ND SHOW 9:00PM)

Edward Archibald is a Jazz saxophonist with over 30 years of experience. His musical roots are a mixed bag of Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Country and Classical music, which gives his sound a truly unique flavor. His deep passion and appreciation for music is uniquely expressed in his playing style.  Edward writes, produces, arranges and performs all his own music, as well as performing covers from many great artists, both past and present.  Edward has had the privilege of playing alongside Chaka Khan and as the solo opening act for Kem in 2009.   He has also performed on the same stage as Marcus Johnson, Everett Harp, and Walter Beasley and had the prestigious honor to be the opening act for the legendary Al Green and Johnathan Butler.  He’s appeared on the local television talent show “Jazz One” and several times at the Omaha Jazz and R&B festival.  He has also been highlighted by Omaha Magazine and opened for the LOVAM Festival in Midtown.