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Spottiswoode + Menewa, The Bomb Shelter

Show your love for The Bomb Shelter as it says farewell tonight. They showed some love to us by letting us borrow some furniture for our anniversary party on March 14.

Spottiswoode and his Enemies are on their way back from SXSW and have decided to make a pit stop in the Magic City to help The folks at The Bomb Shelter say farewell. They’ll be joined by local band Menewa.

Spottiswood and Menewa poster

Cost: It’s $10 and BYOB.

The Bomb Shelter
114 24th Street North
– come on out and enjoy the show!

Jazz Jam Fest featuring Cleve Eaton, Carver Theatre

Jazz JamFest features special jazz performers each fourth Sunday of the month at the historic Carver Theatre. The stage becomes yours as you lead your own jam session with the band.

This month’s special guest is Cleve Eaton, a recognized name in the jazz world, as a producer, composer and arranger. Eaton is known for his incredible performances with the Ike Cole Trio, Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams Quintet, the Larry Novak Trio, and over thirty recordings in his ten years with the Ramsey Lewis Trio, which included four gold singles, including Hang on Sloopy and Wade in the Water. Eaton’s numerous honors include his induction into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame (this February), the Playboy Jazz Poll, Canada’s Cultural Enhancement Award and the Achievement Award at the Count Basie Tribute Concert.¬†He received the Governor’s Arts Award 1995 (Alabama) and the Don Redman Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004.

Cost: $5

Carver Theatre/Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
1631 4th Avenue North

Here’s what you’re missing on Tuesdays this month

Miles jazz band

André Natta/The Terminal

We’re posting this a little later than we wanted to… but we wanted to be sure that you were aware of just what you’re missing if you’re not showing up at Vulcan Park’s Collective Perspectives series on Tuesdays this month.

Here’s a taste of this week’s performance by Miles College’s jazz band, the Milestones:


Next week’s presentation will feature short films created by UAB Ethnographic Filmmaking course. Check out our destinations calendar entry for more information. We look forward to seeing you there.