Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Mayne Stage Features Super Jamzz I This Saturday, July 17 @ 9 p.m.

Arie Brown, Robert Irving III, Michael Manson, Clyde Davis, and Mark Madsen with Special guests Omar al Musfi, De De Sampaio, Tom Gullion, Steve Cobb, and Nanette Frank 

Join Mayne Stage (1328 W. Morse Ave., Chicago; 773-381-4554) for the unique opportunity to enjoy many of Chicago's legendary jazz performers at Super Jamzz I, 9 p.m. this Saturday, July 17. Doors open at 8 p.m. and tickets are only $10.

Opening Super Jamzz I is guitarist vocalist Mark Madsen. Legendary Chicago jazz star Judy Roberts calls Mark Madsen one of the worlds great jazz singers. His relaxed style rich tone and deep musical knowledge allows Mark to deliver the story in an unforgettable musical tone.

Throughout the evening expect the unexpected. With a house full of Chicago music legends, sitting in will happen early and often including master percussionists Omar al Musfi and De De Sampaio and drummer Kwame Steve Cobb.

The main body of music will be led by Miles Davis Keyboardist Robert Irving III who last summer performed his Sketches of Brazil at Millennium Park.

Many feel Ari Brown is Chicago's premier jazz sax man, Ari is also a brilliant pianist. On bass a monster electric bassist just off tour with George Duke and a recording artist and bandleader in his own right, Michael Manson. On drums Clyde Davis. Clyde on of the most in demand drummers in the nation, along with Michael Manson and Robert Irving III they are the core rhythm section RI III's Jazz Funk band School of Cool.

Super Jamzz 1 is produced by Jazz DJ and Impresario Dave Freeman who for years has presented legendary music at The Jazz Bulls, Green Dolphin Street and other venues.

About Mayne Stage
Mayne Stage is located at 1328 W. Morse Ave. in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood. The new Mayne Stage showcases the hottest local and national musical acts, theatrical performances, comedy troupes and more. It is the ideal location for a variety of private events. For more information, or to see a list of upcoming shows, please call (773) 381-4554 or visit

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