just to name a few, Creole reigns supreme in the New York Jazz community. And let us not forget about their wonderfully scrumptious menu consisting of such flavorful dishes as Blackened Spicy Catfish, Gator Etouffee, Blackened Shrimp, Sweet Potato Beignets, and 20 different gumbo variations ..oh yes indeed!
On Saturday July 10, 2010 Jazz guitarist JC Stylles will dish up his own particular band of tasty treats as he sets the night on fire with his special guest Mel Davis on organ, along with G. Earl Grice on drums at Creole Supper Club of 2167 Third Avenue 10035 in Harlem, NY with a show at 8pm and 10pm.
Australian born Jazz guitarist JC Stylles grew up in the tropical rainforests of North Queensland. Although Australia maybe the last place people would expect to find the inspiration for becoming a jazz musician, at seven years of age that is exactly where Campbell was first exposed to the legendary music of John Coltrane and Charlie Parker due to his stepfathers very note worthy record collection. Jason found his focus at age 13 when he had the distinctive pleasure of also hearing guitarist Wes Montgomery and George Benson. He fell in love with their rich full body sound and has been playing guitar ever since.
JC Stylles brings his style and richness to the table as he blends contemporary tunes from artists like D'Angelo and Janet Jackson with his straight a-head jazz groove. His hip new approach to Jazz will make you a Jazz lover if you weren't before. You are invited to join The Jason Jazz movement on Saturday July 10, at CREOLE Supper Club located at 2167 Third Avenue 10035, NE corner of 118th Street.
With CREOLEs tasteful decorative art work- ambiance, delicious international cuisine and their top of the mark entertainment, it will the perfect unforgettable evening. This night promises to move you, groove you and have you dancing in the aisles!
For tickets and reservations please call 212-876-8838 or for more info call 646 667.1234.