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Best Place to Hear Jazz in Scottsdale Phoenix 2008 - Nello's - CLOSED



7213 E. First Ave.

Scottsdale, AZ 85251


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When we were young, we threw a temper tantrum when Mommy tried to force us to take those dreaded piano lessons. Now, as slightly more mature adults, we wanna cry out of jealously when we watch the amazing piano-based trios who gig every Tuesday night at Nello's in Old Town Scottsdale during their Moonshiner Jazz series. Jazz pianist Dan Delaney programs this weekly event, which has featured Rachel Eckroth, Jacob Koller, Nick Manson, and ASU jazz studies director Michael Kocour wowing the audience on the house piano. Many of the scene's best musicians, such as drummer Rob Moore, pianist Andy Margolis, and saxophonist Paul-Eirik Melhus have attended and have been asked to stop stuffing their faces with pizza to play a couple of tunes with the band. The three sets of music from 7 to 10 p.m. are always free.

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Renegade After Dark
Renegade After Dark

Treat your ears to the sounds of jazz and your taste buds to inspired culinary creations. Every Saturday starting at 8:30pm, enjoy the musical stylings of the Valley?s most talented jazz artists!

Award winning Chef Robert McGrath has fashioned a special menu of gourmet snacks including Chicken & Mushroom Crepes with a Mustard Demi-Glace, Smoked Shrimp Cocktail with Apple Tartar Sauce and Strawberry-Habanero Cheesecake. Renegade?s full dinner menu will also be available until 10pm. Also, guests can order from a selection of creative cocktails, exceptional wines and hand-crafted beers.

Renegade After Dark, when the lights go out the jazz comes in. Seating is limited and available on a first come first serve basis, so come early!

This Saturday August 6th, Renegade After Dark presents.... Alice Tatum from 8:30pm - 11:30pm

See you there!!!

Renegade 9343 East Shea Boulevard – Scottsdale AZin The Shops at 94 Hundred Shea 480.614.9400