Adam Theis grew up in Santa Rosa, California and Sebastopol, California. Theis came from a non musical family, yet he began playing trombone in fourth grade after his neighbor introduced him to the instrument. His music teacher Ken Winett turned him on to different genres including jazz, gospel, and Jamaican pre-reggae rhythms. Theis’ passion for jazz changed his junior year of high school. At the time Theis was in a garage band. One day the band was locked out of their practice room and were left with only horn instruments, so they decided to play their band’s songs on the horns. That moment changed his perception of Jazz music.
Events for September 2017
Tickets for performances are not sold in advance. The cost shown is a cover charge added to the table for reservations, and taken at the door for walk-ins. If enjoying the upstairs only, there is no music cover charge.
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