Dr. Michael White is a widely regarded clarinetist, bandleader, composer, historian and educator that plays classic New Orleans jazz in the George Lewis style, and has served as guest director for several Jazz at Lincoln Center concerts. His musical philosophy; “I try to teach to my students that one of the values of listening to jazz, especially New Orleans jazz, is not just for the danceable nature and the great music that it is, but also for the lessons it teaches that can be used today; that you have to improvise.”
The prodigy of swamp blues legend Tabby Thomas, multi-instrumentalist Chris Thomas King spent his youth frequenting his father’s famed blues club in Baton Rouge. Yet, King developed his own sound and paved his way as the pioneer of the blues-rap genre in the 1990s, winning both Grammy and Country Music Awards. King has also earned his stripes as an actor in films like O Brother, Where Art Thou? and the Ray Charles biopic, Ray. Most recently, he published his debut book, The Blues: The Authentic Narrative of My Music & Culture.
Tonight, Dr. Michael White and Chris Thomas King present a debut collaboration!, featuring: Dr. Michael White - clarinet Chris Thomas King - guitar, piano, vocals Leroy Jones - trumpet Detroit Brooks - banjo Chris Severin - bass Herman LeBeaux - drums
Restaurant is Open 5pm - 10pm for dinner before or after your showtime:
Advance Ticket Holders can now automatically make dinner table reservations for the Dining Room online via OpenTable.com !
Advance Ticket-Holders can also make table reservations for dinner by Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org after your tickets have been purchased online by forwaring your E-ticket confirmation with dinner time request. Dinner Service without Advance Concert Tickets is first-come, first-served based on availability upon arrival at walk-up.
Kind Reminder: Snug Harbor does NOT serve food inside the Music Room. In order to preserve the integrity, quiet and focus of our world class intimate concerts, only cocktails and soft drinks are available for table service inside the Music Room. However, we encourage you to arrive at least 90 Minutes prior to your showtime in order to enjoy full, relaxing dinner service in the Dining Room right next door, before getting seated in the Music Room for your show.