September 29: Todd Johnson – A Tribute to Ray Brown

7:30 PM $20, $10 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for tickets Todd Johnson-bass, Jeff Libman-guitar, Nick Manson-piano, Dom Moio-drums Grammy Award-winning double-bassist Ray Brown was a leader in defining the modern jazz rhythm section — in addition to being a first-rate soloist. His unique dynamic and innate sense of swing graced performances […]

September 8 The Nash/AZ Opera Crossover: Sarah Tucker

7:30 PM CLICK HERE for tickets ALL SEATS RESERVED VIP: $45. Preferred: $35, General: $25, Students (General section only): $15 Enjoy a fun jazz night with Arizona Opera Studio Artist alumni Sarah Tucker at The Nash on September 8, 2018 at 7:30PM! Sarah will be performing a concert that will feature music genres of Jazz, Opera, and a […]

September 7 First Friday: Running From Bears

7:30 – 10:30 PM Free Admission Running From Bears plays Songs You Know Eric Rasmussen-alto saxophone, Adam Roberts-tenor/soprano sax, Keith Kelly-tenor/baritone sax, Jeff Libman-guitar, Ben Hedquist-bass, Ryan Anthony-drums Forged from a dangerous combination of modern jazz, iron ore and rabies, Running From Bears came into being after a fateful lightning storm in early summer of […]

May 25: The Nash Composers’ Coalition – So Much To Say…

7:30 PM $20, $10 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for tickets Nash Composers Coalition – So Much To Say… Eric Rasmussen–alto sax, Mary Petrich–tenor sax, Adam Roberts–tenor sax, Keith Kelly–baritone sax, Zach Gillespie–cornet, Jeff Libman–guitar, Gabe Hall-Rodrigues–accordion, Russell Schmidt–piano, Ben Hedquist–bass, Connor Sample–drums As a follow-up to last December’s “Brilliant Covers” (a […]

May 13 Jam Session: Jeff Libman

6:00 – 9:00 PM $8, $5 Students w/ ID (at the door), free for instrumentalists & vocalists who sit in Jeff Libman-guitar/bandleader, Ben Hedquist-bass, Ryan Anthony-drums Every Sunday the true spirit of jazz plays out on stage at The Nash, as student and pro musicians play together, unrehearsed, in a variety of combinations. There’s always […]

March 23: Jeff Libman

7:30 PM Admission: $20, $10 OLLI members & Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for tickets Jeff Libman-guitar, Mike Kocour-Hammond organ, Dom Moio-drums Jeff Libman is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies at Arizona State University. He holds a PhD in Music Education from ASU. Libman is Vice President of the board of […]

February 9: Juli Wood

7:30 PM Admission: $20, $10 Students (25 & Under w/ ID) CLICK HERE for tickets Juli Wood-sax/vocals, Mike Kocour-organ, Jeff Libman-guitar, Mike Schlick-drums “Wood, after all, owns a big and burly tone on tenor, her husky sound, deep rhythmic accents and prolific phrasemaking consistently commanding attention.” – HOWARD REICH, CHICAGO TRIBUNE Juli Wood plays alto, tenor, and […]

February 7: ASU Jazz Faculty Showcase

CLICK HERE for tickets Allan Chase, Bryon Ruth, Christopher Creviston-saxophones, Dennis Monce, trumpet, Steve McAllister, Chris Stover-trombone, Jeff Libman-guitar, Mike Kocour-piano, Ben Hedquist-bass, Dom Moio-drums Guest artist and ASU Alumnus Allan Chase join members of the ASU Jazz Studies faculty to perform original compositions as well as jazz classics. 7:30 PM Admission: $15, $5 Students (25 & Under […]

February 2 First Friday: Running From Bears

7:30 – 10:30 PM Free Admission Eric Rasmussen-alto saxophone, Adam Roberts-tenor/soprano sax, Keith Kelly-tenor/baritone sax, Jeff Libman-guitar, Ben Hedquist-bass, Ryan Anthony-drums Forged from a dangerous combination of modern jazz, iron ore and rabies, Running From Bears came into being after a fateful lightning storm in early summer of 2009 (A.D.) This Phoenix area jazz sextet […]

December 17 Jam Session: Jeff Libman

6:00 – 9:00 PM Admission: $8, $5 Students w/ ID (at the door), free for instrumentalists & vocalists who sit in Jeff Libman-guitar/bandleader, Vincent Thiefain-bass, Sam Russo-drums Every Sunday the true spirit of jazz plays out on stage at The Nash, as student and pro musicians play together, unrehearsed, in a variety of combinations. There’s always […]