Oriane Lluch emailed us the May schedule for the Upstairs at the Van Dyke Cafe, 846 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach:
Van Dyke May 2010 Schedule
1- Ike & Val Woods Revue.
Soul and blues revue.
2- KCC Productions Presents Grammy Nominee Juan-Carlos Formell “Is the Cupid of a Cuban music that has never been played this way before, or had this intensity.” -Zoe Valdes.
3- Joshua Stedman and Katia
“Two of Miami’s most talented songwriter/performers share the night for a sexy combo of original and engaging guitar led Rock/Soul and piano driven Pop.
4- Rodolfo Zuniga
Original contemporary Jazz
Diva of song and love. Opening act Erica Sommer singer/songwriter.
6- Nicole Henry
Internationally acclaimed Jazz vocalist.
Extraordinary Soul and RnB.
8- Jessie Jones Jr.
Sax sensation and vocalist.
10- Shelly Berg
World renown Jazz pianist.
11- Rick Krive
Smooth jazz and vocals.
12- The Miami Jazz Quartet
Carlos Averhoff, Don Coffman, Tom Lippincott and Reuben Hoch.
13- KCC Productions Presents
Big Poppa E and the E Band.
Best of the blues.
14- Sammy Figueroa and Sally’s Tomato
The music of Cal T Jader.
Mix of Afro-Cuban, funk and jazz.
RnB, Funk and Neo Soul featuring Frank Aravya and April Raquel
Upside down and backwards. Searing Rock and Blues Guitar and vocals
18- Jacob Jeffries
19- Mike Gerber
Solo piano virtuoso.
20-KCC Productions Presents The Rolando Grooscors Sextet A voice that strengthens and expands the Jazz idiom.
21- Rose Max
Brazilian samba party.
22- ARTIST OF THE MONTH
Vocalist extraordinaire “bringing the soul to Jazz”
23-Nicole Chirino and friends
Pop, Modern Indie Rock, and Brazilian.
24- Perry Joslin
Smooth jazz fusion.
25- Randy Bernsen
Formerly Joe Zawinul guitarist. Jazz to Pop to Rock.
26- Jimmy Ruccolo
Blues and beyond.
27- Randy Singer and Friends
Featuring Bob Grabowski, Jim Gasior, Rodolfo Zuniga. Jazz, Pop, and Blues.
Afro-latin-america world beat mezcla.
29- Conjunto Progreso
Grammy nominated. Cuban son and descargas Cubana.
30- Songwriters in the Round
Featuring Jim Camacho, Nicole Chirino, SJ, Jose Val, Junelly Rojas.
A tribute to the Music of Steely Dan.