Thu, May 17 - Sun, May 20, 2018Friday-Sunday doors open at 5:30PM.
Monday-Thursday doors at 6:00PM.
First sets begin at 7:30 PM, and second sets (when applicable) begin at 9:30 PM (doors: 9:15 PM).
All purchases are nonrefundable/nonexchangeable.
In the event the show is canceled or rescheduled, the $6.00 service fee is nonrefundable.
Tickets may be purchased on-line or by phone.
Night of show seating typically available.
Vouchers, promotional certificates, donated gift certificates, student discounts, senior discounts, children under 12 free discounts and 2 for 1 cards are not applicable for this show.
The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitirou's Jazz Alley welcomes songstress Madeleine Peyroux and her band on tour in support of their new release Anthem for four nights and six shows. Show times Thursday and Sunday at 7:30pm. Show times Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and 9:30pm. Doors open at 6:00pm Thursday and 5:30pm Friday - Sunday.
Anthem is the title of the new album by Madeleine Peyroux. This album’s newly written songs emanate from producer Larry Klein suggesting that they try organizing writing sessions with a group of great musicians/writers that include Patrick Warren, Brian Macleod, and David Baerwald. Along with the newly written songs figure two previously written songs featuring Madeleine in her distinctive style: the classic title track by Leonard Cohen, and the Harold Arlen/ E.Y. “Yip” Harburg song “Last Night When We Were Young.”
This album achieves the difficult task of balancing humor, pathos, and irony, while weaving a topical thread throughout, addressing the current state of the world. Absent are any traces of preachiness or angry diatribes, and in their place are songs written from a diverse group of perspectives and vantage points: a man and a woman in a mental ward / rehab discussing their predicament, a Generation X pot-smoking gamer, a recently single woman whose lover has vanished, and a down-on-her-luck tenant in an apartment building, whose door has just been kicked in by the landlord.
From this varied cast of Raymond Carver-esque characters and more, a vivid picture is painted of the challenges that our times present for someone trying to hold on to their hope, heart, and optimism in the world that we now confront.