Schedule

04Thursday April 4th – The Laura Coyle & Trey Wright Duo featuring Mace Hibbard

Over the past decade, guitarist Trey Wright and vocalist Laura Coyle have established themselves as first-call musicians on the Atlanta jazz scene. They joined forces in 2017 to form the Laura Coyle and Trey Wright Duo. United by their love of classic jazz pairings including Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald and Tuck and Patti, Laura and Trey perform a unique repertoire of jazz standards, Brazilian music and contemporary songs by their favorite songwriters. On any given night, the duo plays an entertaining and eclectic mix of music by Cole Porter, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Hoagy Carmichael, Dolly Parton and Joni Mitchell.

11Thursday April 11th – Eileen Howard

Eileen Howard, NYC transplant, is an entertainer who brings the fun! She’s received accolades and awards as a singer, songwriter and actress and performed around the world. Her eclectic mix of blues, jazz, Latin, and a few Disney tunes for the young and young-at-heart, keeps audiences smiling, dancing and tapping their toes.

18Thursday April 18th – Diane Durrett & Soul Suga Band

Diane Durrett brings her sultry blues style to the Solarium stage for the first time. She has sung with Sting, Gregg Allman, Indigo Girls, Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones), and Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crow). She has opened shows for Tina Turner, Faith Hill, KoKo Taylor and many more. You will enjoy Diane’s southern wit as she sings from the soul.

25Thursday April 25th – Matt Wauchope Trio

Matt Wauchope is a musician who has lived in Atlanta for the last 10 years. He studied music at Florida State before graduating from UGA. After college, he toured and recorded with Sean Costello,traveling through 48 states, Western Europe, and Scandanavia. Playing in Sean’s band allowed him the opportunity to play with blues legends such as Jody Williams, Hubert Sumlin, Pinetop Perkins, James Cotton, and Elvis Costello. He is playing on three of Sean’s CD’s in addition to numerous local sessions including the Blind Boy’s of Alabama.