When purchasing music tickets this will guarantee your seat and its general admission. No need to print your tickets, we will have your name on our reservation list.
6:30pm Show | 60-70 minute performance | Doors open at 5pm |
Food and Beverages will be served from 5pm -7:30pm
8:30pm Show | 60-70 minute performance | Doors open at 8:00pm |
Food and Beverages will be served from 8:00pm -9:30pm
2 item minimum purchase (includes; food, beverages, and non-alcohol beverages)
A $5.00 credit will be applied to the bill of college/high school students (towards music, food & beverages), must show student I.D.
**NOTE – $15 Valet at entrance of Marriott**
Marcus Lewis – Trombone
Kadesh Flow – Lyricist & Trombone
Matt Baldwin – Saxophone
Mitch Towne – Organ
Brandon Draper – Drums
MARCUS LEWIS & KADESH FLOW
Marcus holds a BM in jazz performance from Valdosta State
University and MM in trombone performance from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Marcus currently lives in Kansas City, MO, where he leads his own quintet, 18-piece Big Band and counties to tour all over the world. Marcus is on the adjunct jazz faculty at UMKC.
Marcus released his debut CD in 2012 entitled “Facing East” which features a world class line-up including Logan Richardson on Alto Sax, Adam Larson on Tenor Sax, Pablo Masis on Trumpet, Andrea Lewis on Vocals, Sam Harris on Piano, Aidan Carroll on Bass, and Tommy Crane on Drums. The album was featured in Vogue Magazine as being one the top Janelle Monae’s 2012 Summer Playlist. Marcus Lewis is currently working on music for a new CD to be released in the fall of 2018. Marcus Lewis is the Artistic Director of Future Jazz, a nonprofit dedicated to Jazz Education.
Marcus has performed at venues that include the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, the Klaipeda Jazz Festival in 2003, and the Jimmy Carter Summer Concert Series in 2008. As a sideman, he has also performed at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, the 2010 New Orleans Jazz Fest, the 2011 Glastonbury Festival, the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Concert and the 2012 North Sea Jazz Festival, the Sydney Opera House, and for President Barack Obama at the White House in 2011 and 2012. Television shows include SNL, David Letterman, The Today Show, Jools Holland, Arsenio Hall, and American Idol. Marcus was awarded the 2008 Betty Carter Jazz Residency and the 2003 Outstanding Soloist award at the Wichita Jazz Festival.
Some notable artists that Marcus has performed and/or recorded with are Aretha Franklin, Prince, Janelle Monáe, Bruno Mars, B.o.B, Jidenna, Musiqsoulchild, Avery Sunshine, The Barkays,
Confunkshun, and Sugarfoot’s Ohio Players. In addition to an active touring and recording schedule, Marcus stays busy writing, arranging, teaching and leading clinics and master-classes worldwide. More information regarding Marcus can be found at http://marcuslewis.net/
Emcee and trombonist Ryan “Kadesh Flow” Davis is a rapper with an MBA, a Trombone Super Saiyan, an Otaku Maven, and a cosplay Padawan. At age 11, ‘Desh, as many of his listeners call him, began rapping and playing trombone within two weeks of one another. Now, he brings realism, consciousness, and otaku thoughts together in riveting flow format.He has composed original music for Toonami Asia and for FUNimation backed anime documentaries, his music has been featured on network television in multiple countries and territories across Southeast Asia, and he has been publicly lauded by outlets such IGN and Kotaku. Locally,Kadesh can be found rocking solo hip hop sets, laying down bone bars with KC funk juggernaut The Phantastics, or jamming with various bands and artists throughout the city. More information regarding Kadesh can be found atwww.kadeshflow.com.