Wednesday (7/13) – The Quiet Storm Band, headed by former percussionist and supporting vocalist for Roy Ayers, Stan Johnson, who is a professional singer, songwriter, producer and recording artist, The group has performed with various artist such as Roy Ayers, Gene Khan, Phyllis Hyman, Grover Washington Jr and more. Quiet Storm has performed at various venues across the country and internationally. 8:00pm
MONDAY (5/22) –
TUESDAY (5/23) –
Experience counts, especially in jazz and
TUESDAY (5/9) – A ten piece Salsa Orchestra with a 32 year history in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Formerly known as Orquesta La Ramana, on its 30 anniversary, band leader Edwin Ortiz officially changed the name adding La Mafia Del Guaguanco to the name. Their known for it’s hard hitting classic salsa sound and their often compared to the very best salsa players in New York & Puerto Rico. 8pm
(5/3) – Celebrate the birthday of one of the greatest music legends of our time with a performance by Mousey Thompson & The James Brown Experience! This outstanding band is led by accomplished drummer Robert “Mousey” Thompson, who performed with James Brown from 1993 until his passing in 2006. There will also be a screening of “James Brown: The Man, The Music & The Message.” 7:30pm
THURSDAY (5/4) –
Sometimes when a new neighbor moves across the street, you might wonder: Will this be a neighbor as good as the last one? Will we get along with each other?
Well, there is no wondering from the staff at Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club is quite excited! In fact, we welcome our neighbors with open arms and reserved tables.
As reported recently, Marriott International plans to move from the downtown location to Bethesda, right across the road from Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club. This monumental move would bring with it 3,500 Marriott employees to work in its shiny new headquarters on Wisconsin Avenue by 2022.
Officials are saying the new move could produce $1.8 billion in economic activity in the next twenty years, meaning the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club and its business neighbors could benefit greatly from the commercial activity, as well as the city of Bethesda with all of the taxes funneling to it.
This move, of course, means 3,500+ possible visitors to the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club. It could make for a tremendous business and entertainment partnership for both business entities.
“When we found out that the Marriott Headquarters was moving across the road, we could not believe our ears!” said an excited Rick Brown, Owner and General Manager of the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club. “I mean the possibilities of business growth for us both are endless. We welcome the Marriott staff, business partners, families, and friends to our business for their food and entertainment needs. We look forward to their relocation and wish them continued success.”
The Marriot Corporation is the world’s largest hotel company. It will be partnering with Bernstein Companies and Boston Properties to develop a 22-story, $600 million office building at 7750 Wisconsin Avenue, according to news reports.
Additionally, a 230-room, 8,000 square-foot, flagship hotel with a ballroom, business meeting spaces and a rooftop dining space will be built at that location, too. The commercial activity will definitely bring a new “economic renaissance” to the area.
“We could not be happier about this new development,” continued Rick Brown. “Our doors will be open!”
About Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club
The Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, once The Bethesda Theater, was built in 1938 and opened as one of the era’s Art Deco cinema palaces. With an $8 million renovation, the National Historic Register Property has been restored and is now the region’s leading live music supper club. Since its opening in 2013, the club has hosted more than 500 artists, 200,000 customers, and 150 private events.
The Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club is located at 7719 Wisconsin Avenue in
Bethesda, Maryland. For more information, visit http://www.bethesdabluesjazz.com or call 240-330-4500.