ON THE MARQUEE! WHO’S HITTING THE HAT CITY STAGE THIS WEEKEND?
*Reservations are highly recommended* 862-252-9174 http://www.hatcitykitchen.com
Friday, September 26th:
8:00pm: The Curt Jones Band ($10 Cover) Curt Jones continues to pay homage to great, legendary and sensational talents who have influenced him over the years, such as Sly & the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, B.B. King, Prince, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, The Davenport Sisters, The Spinners and Harvey Fuqua. The sheer depth and intensity Jones brings to the stage mesmerizes his audience.
Saturday, September 27th:
8:00pm: The Steve Girardi Quartet ($10 Cover ) Composer/guitarist Steve Girardi has been performing his original music in the New York metropolitan area for over 2 decades. His unique sound challenges the traditional boundaries of contemporary jazz. His critically acclaimed talents on both the acoustic and electric guitar result in a rich ethereal fusion of musical genres.
Don’t forget about the free weekly jams!
Sunday, September 28th: Blues Jam hosted by Al Gold! Sign up begins at 3:00pm (alternative Sundays, next Sunday is the Acoustic Folk Jam starting at 7:00pm)
Tuesday, September 30th: All Styles Open Mike hosted by Jeff Guenther!
Wednesday, October 1st: Jazz Open Mic hosted by Mike Lee!
Thursday, October 2nd: Project Groove hosted by The JT Project!
Hat City Kitchen is an intimate restaurant/music venue located in The Valley Arts District ion the border of West Orange and Orange, NJ. Featuring Southern Gastropub fare, full bar, and weekly open jams and weekend local, regional, and national artists, Hat City is a destination for rockin’ good time. Come down to enjoy the intimate, funky atmosphere, awesome cocktails, and original music any day of the week. We welcome music lovers and food lovers to mingle together and experience the cozy vibe of HCK. Made possible by the non-profit organization HANDS, Inc., HCK is part of a larger mission to revitalize and reinvigorate the surrounding community through the arts. By buying and restoring properties, HANDS is creating a welcoming culture for artists to live, work and play. All profits from HCK go to them, who in turn invest it into further programming and initiatives in The Valley.