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Andrew Browns DJANGOPHONIQUE at Johnny's Speakeasy
Johnny's Speakeasy
Ann Arbor, MI
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Andrew Browns DJANGOPHONIQUE at Johnny's Speakeasy
Djangophonique is a musical project born out of reverence for the Parisian Jazz Manouche style that was made popular by the legendary Sinti guitarist Django Reinhardt and his Quintette du Hot Club de France. While remaining steeped in the rich and virtuosic tradition, the group brings this music into the present with stunning improv, spontaneity and musical interaction. Hot swing, lush ballads, musette waltzes, jazz standards, boleros, and moody minor pieces are all fused together with theatrical flair and a sense of humor.

Born in a sandstone victorian farmhouse that has been in his family since it was built four generations ago, Andrew Brown is the son of a Motown session musician and grew up listening to the sounds of his dads piano as he steeped in musical influences from Duke Ellington to Stevie Wonder. As a young man returning from a trip to New Orleans with a newfound interest in Swing music, he co-founded the eclectic americana group Appleseed Collective, with whom he has toured 150+ dates a year. Traveling all over the continental United States, playing esteemed venues and festivals such as The Ark, Sisters Folk Festival, Wheatland, Cervantes Ballroom, Summercamp Music Festival, Schubas, and The Ann Arbor Folk Festival at Hill Auditorium, he cut his teeth as a guitarist, songwriter and band leader. Since slowing down his touring schedule in 2017 he began tirelessly practicing and performing the music of his favorite guitar player: Django Reinhardt. Since then he has studied at various music camps with many of the genres heavy hitting players such as Angelo Debarre, Sebastian Gineaux, and Gonzalo Bergara, and was even invited to back up Denis Chang at one of his concerts. Andrew currently plays throughout Michigan with his own project Djangophonique, his band Appleseed Collective, and his friends projects Third Coast Gypsy Jazz, Smoking Dandies. He also teaches guitar, both generally and specifically in the style of Django.

Doors open at 7 pm.
Show starts at 8 pm.

You MUST use the shuttle provided by Johnny's Speakeasy to and from the show.

Please drop your passenger(s) off at Johnny's where they can secure seats; then drive to Plum Market and wait for the shuttle back.
(Usually a silver Honda Oddesy; sometimes a green Kia Soul.)

Plum Market is located in the Maple Village Shopping Center at the corner of Maple & Dexter.

Location

Johnny's Speakeasy (View)
2923 Dexter RoadAnn Arbor
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
United States


Categories

Music > Americana
Music > Global
Music > Jazz

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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