BECK/ROGERS FAMILY HALL OF FAME INDUCTION
AND CELEBRATING NATIVE OMAHA DAYS
RON E. BECK SOUL REVUE
Come join us in celebrating Native Omaha Days along with the induction of Ron E. Beck to the Nebraska Arts Hall of Fame with the Rogers Family. This special night will be filled with awards, friends, family, and amazing music of originals and covers for all to enjoy!
We are pleased to have our partners from Marriott Hotel to provide a whole new menu of food options, see our menu page here on the website to review all the selections.
Please review our new COVID-19 policies and procedures and limitations.
We’ve instituted a number of new measures to help insure the health and comfort of our guests.
These steps include but aren’t limited to:
MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY INTO THE JEWELL FOR THOSE NOT VACCINATED
Laminated/Protected Menus which are sanitized and wiped between uses
Sanitation stations at host stand and within the club
Fresh table linens between every set
Tables limited to parties of four
Accepting all sick requests from staff and performers
Enforcing self-quarantine for staff members who travel
Thank you for your patience and understanding, we want to bring you the full Jewell experience as quickly as possible but we know it’s critical to act slowly and deliberately.
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$5.00 credit towards final bill for College Students, must show student I.D. when you arrive
6:30pm Show | 65-75 minute performance | Doors open at 5:00pm |
Beverage Service and Food Service *please arrive early when doors upon if you are planning to eat so kitchen can allow enough time for your orders.
9:00pm Show | 65-75 minute performance | Doors open at 8:30pm | Snack menu only
Beverage Service and Food Service only (Kitchen closes at 9:30 snack menu only for 9pm show)
Discount parking located on 12th St. and Capitol under Marriott Parking garage (get validation ticket at Jewell as you leave)
RON E. BECK
Drummer Vocalist Songwriter Producer Teacher
Ron E. Beck was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. At age nineteen, after reaching the top of the Omaha music scene, Beck decided to go west along with his twin brother Donnie.
The brothers followed their mentors Buddy Miles, Herbie Rich, and Stemsie Hunter to the West Coast, all of whom had just joined Michael Bloomfield’s Electric Flag. Since the 70’s Beck has been an established and welcomed contributor to the Northern California music scene.
Ron E. Beck has also performed and recorded with Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. of the 5th Dimension, Bobby Womack, John Lee Hooker, Bill Withers, Bell & James, Robbie Nevil, Sylvester and 2 Tons of Fun Clifford Coulter, Lydia Pense, Sista Monica, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Fred Wesley, Chester Thompson, and Merl Saunders to name a few.
Known primarily as a funky drummer, Ron E. is also an accomplished singer whose vocal style has been praised by such notables as Tom Bell, Carlos Santana, Steve Cropper and Wallace ‘Scotty’ Scott of the Whispers.
On this latest effort Beck wrote, produced, is playing drums and singing. This endeavor is about Ron’s legacy. It features members of his immediate family, his Mom, Jeanne Rogers, his twin brother Donnie, 1 of his 3 Daughters and 3 of his Grandchildren all of whom are musically talented. The songs on this project tastefully covers the music spectrum from Ol ‘Skool Jazz through R&B to Hip-Hop.
Beck continues to gig internationally and is now taking male and female drum students as a part of his mentoring program, the Ron E Beck Drum Institute (ReBDI).
the Ron E Beck Drum Institute (ReBDI).