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Diamond Band For A Special Someone

August 30th, 2016

Finding a wonderful diamond band for the love of your life is often a very difficult task as there are numerous styles as well as designs to make your pick from. To find a diamond band for a man is far more difficult than a woman. There are several metals such as gold, platinum and titanium which are used for making a beautiful band. However, usually have a preference for gold as it amalgamates well with hard metals, which increases the malleability of the design along with making it more durable. In today’s time use of platinum in making of the diamond bands has also increased. Platinum is used in its purest form only and addition of any other metal is highly avoided.

While making a selection of diamond band it is important to take into consideration your lifestyle also. In case you are working then it is better to opt for a high quality and a durable material and the diamonds should be well set within it. However, while making a selection of a band for your engagement or wedding keep in mind your likes and dislikes.

Diamond band should also have a proper fitting and should not trouble you. The edges of the band should be round, blunt edges should be avoided. Avoid purchasing a diamond band light in weight as it can easily bend. There are jewelry stores who sell bands which are not strong, so make a prudent selection and do not fall in the trap. They try to sell bands of low quality at price similar to high quality ones. Make a selection of the band which is extremely graceful and elegant. Select a band which has diamonds around the band partially as it will cost you a little less. Other alternate if you can shell out more money would be to go for a diamond band having diamonds all over.

In today’s time diamond bands are an apt choice for engagements, anniversaries as well as weddings. The men prefer a square shaped band as it has a masculine touch to it. Besides thickness of the diamond band also contribute in giving a masculine touch. In case a man prefers to go with a round shaped band then in that case he wants to go for a softer look.

A diamond engagement ring signifies a commitment, similarly a diamond band spells that love of couple goes full circle. The diamond bands have no gender at all and can be worn by both men and women. The bands worn by grandparents as well as parents can be passed to the further generations irrespective of their gender and can be reserved for emotional reasons. When it comes for a married couple to renew their vows nothing works better than buying diamond bands.

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Herbie Hancock Tribute feat. Dave Watts (The Motet), Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic), Joey Porter (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet) and Dan Schwindt (Kyle Hollingsworth Band) w/ Special Guests

June 27th, 2016

Herbie Hancock Tribute feat. Dave Watts (The Motet), Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic), Joey Porter (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet) and Dan Schwindt (Kyle Hollingsworth Band) w/ Special Guests
Event on 2016-08-03 21:00:00
Founder and drummer of The Motet.

Dave Watts and Friends will consist of:

Dave Watts -Drums
Matt Pitts -Sax
Ryan Jalbert -Guitar
John Grigsby -Bass
Shelton Summons -Keys
Big Gigantic is the Latest project from Dominic Lalli (Motet saxophonist/producer) and drummer Jeremy Salken. The two-man sound-machine of Lalli and Salken showcases an array of gripping composition combining elements of a DJ and a live band setup, mixing thoughtful melodic ideas, with pulsating dance tunes. Big Gigantic flavors the electronic music scene with powerful sax solos and soulful synth lines on top of super hot beats.
Keyboards – The Motet, Juno What?!
Garrett began studying jazz on upright bass and bass
guitar starting at a young age. He gained experience
coming up in the renowned music program of Hall High
School, and the local Hartford, CT jazz scene.
In 1996, Garrett was selected to join the National
Grammy In The Schools Jazz Program, an honor awarded
to only 40 people.

From 1996 – 1999 Garrett attended the New England
Conservatory in Boston where he studied with jazz
greats: Cecil McBee, Bob Moses, and Danilo Perez and
graduated with a Jazz Performance Diploma.
In addition, Garrett was selected for the prestigious
Thelonious Monk School: Jazz at Aspen summer program
in 1997.

Shortly after arriving in Boston Garrett formed the
Miracle Orchestra with fellow music school peers. For
5 years the Miracle Orchestra toured the country
gaining a devoted national fan base, while also
maintaining a solid local following, earning them
accolades such as Boston Magazines Best of Boston
"Best Local Jazz Group". The Miracle Orchestra sold
out numerous shows at their local haunt The House of
Blues in Boston as well as the legendary Wetlands in
New York City. The Miracle Orchestra released two
studio albums: "Coalescence" and "Forks Bends &
Spoons", and a live album: "Live Vol. 1".

Garrett was a founding member of the award-winning
jazz ensemble Dead Cat Bounce led by Matthew Steckler,
who were voted Boston's Best Local Jazz Act at the
2002 Boston Music Awards, and were winner of Boston
Phoenix Best Music Poll 2001 and 2002 also in the
category of Best Local Jazz Act. Garrett performed
with Dead Cat Bounce between 1996 and 2002 and
released two albums with them: "Lucky By Association"
and "Legends of the Nar" (Chonsky).

Between '99 and '01 Garrett performed with Bob Moses'
Mozamba, along with Sam Kininger and Neil Evans
(Soulive) and (DJ) Mr. Rouke. Mozamba performed at
several festivals including an opening set at Phish's
Oswego festival.

In 2002 Garrett joined the Boulder, CO based group The
Motet and toured the country playing over 250 shows
and festivals per year. In 2006 The Motet played in
front of an estimated 10,000 people at Bonnaroo and
shortly there after Bass Player Magazine wrote a
feature profile about Garrett in October, 2006. In
2007 the Motet performed one special gig with
Christian McBride where Garrett and Christian traded
bass lines and solos throughout the night, a career
highlight. Garrett has released two albums with the
Motet: "Music for Life" and "Instrumental Dissent".

In 2006, Garrett had the great honor of subbing for
Kai Eckhardt in his band Garaj Mahal alongside Fareed
Haque, Eric Levy, and Alan Hertz.

After performing several times with keyboard wizard
Kyle Hollingsworth (String Cheese Incident), he asked
Garrett in 2007 to join a new project called Soleside
featuring Speech (Arrested Developement), DJ Logic,
and Chief Excel (Blackalicious).

Since the Fall of 2007 Garrett has been touring the
States, Europe and Japan with Koch recording artist
Dwele.

Garrett has also been featured with: Carl Thomas,
Loulou (Thievery Corporation), Marcus Eaton, Goodbye
Champion, magicgravy, Henry Butler, Russel Batiste
(The Funky Meters), Steve Perkins (Jane's Addiction),
Robert Walter, and Papa Mali.
Dan Schwindt is a freelance guitarist based out of Denver, Colorado. He has been working as a professional performer and educator for the past ten years primarily in Colorado's Front Range. Working mainly as a sideman, Dan has had the opportunity to play in a wide variety of ensembles and genres of music. Some recent highlights have included playing with Karl Denson (Tiny Universe), Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band), Jeff Coffin (Dave Mathews Band), George Porter (The Meters), DJ Logic, Zach Gill (Jack Johnson) Speech (Arrested Development), Eric Marienthal, Karrin Allyson, Peter Eldridge, Eric Krasno (Soulive) and Michael Brecker.

While in Denver, Dan is a regular member of the Kyle Hollingsworth Band (of String Cheese Incident), The Motet, Supercollider, Rekha Ohal trio and the Jonny Mogambo Band. Dan also regularly works with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) as an orchestra-pit musician, where he recently was contracted for Molly Ringwald's "Sweet Charity", Oprah Winfrey's "The Color Purple" and Dolly Parton's "9-5".

Dan grew up in Seattle, Washington, where he learned to hide from the rain, compile an awesome collection of flannel T-shirts, and build igloos in the snow. The son of an opera singer and a research scientist, Dan grew fond of music and creativity at a young age. He was in advanced ceramics in the 8th grade and got an A-.

Dan first started playing guitar at age 12, learning as many Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath tunes as possible. This continued to progress into the early 90s and the heyday of Seattle grunge scene. After transcribing Nirvana's "Nevermind" album in its entirety along with Pearl Jam's "Ten" during freshman year of high school, Dan knew all he ever needed to know about the guitar and retired.

After a lengthy 3-month hiatus Dan's first teacher and musical mentor, David O'Suna, gave him a copy of "Wes Montgomery Plays the Blues" and John Coltrane's "Giant Steps". Dan's life now took a turn for the better as he realized he would be embarking on a life long journey of musical exploration and improvisation.

After graduating from Shorecrest High School in 1995 Dan earned a scholarship to the University of North Texas's College of Music. While in college he was able to study and play with notable musicians such as Fred Hamilton, Dan Hearle, Ed Soph, Mike Stern, Joe Diorio, Ron Eschete, Wayne Krantz, Dave Liebman and many others. At UNT Dan received a world-class education in jazz and classical performance, composition, arranging, and barbecue.

Dan's passion for music has led him to tour all over the country playing primarily with jazz, blues, rock, funk, singer songwriters, and jam bands. His passion for music is equally paired with his enthusiasm for nature and the outdoors, which is why he currently lives at the edge of the Rocky Mountains in Denver, CO.

at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, United States

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The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guests Anna Estrada & Vicki Burns

April 27th, 2016

The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guests Anna Estrada & Vicki Burns
Event on 2016-06-28 19:15:00
Tuesday Jazz
Bell Stage Main Dining  Room

Special Guest Vocalist  1st Set – 7:15pm – 8:15pm

Anna Estrada
A well known performer in the Bay Area theatre community during the 1990s, in 2002 Anna followed an impulse an began to pursue a lifelong dream to sing.  She hasnít looked back since.
 
Nominated ìBest Latin Jazz Vocalistî twice by the Latin Jazz Corner, in 2008 for her debut CD, SoÒando Vuelos and then in 2009 for her second CD, Obsession, Anna brings an eclectic mix of Brazilian and Latin rhythms to the repertoire she performs.
 
Anna has performed at several venues in the Bay Area, including San Franciscoís Cliff House, the Cigar Bar & Grill, Amelie Wine Bar, & Cafe Royale.  She has also participated in Santana Rowís Summer World Music series and the Redwood City Salsa Festival.

Special Guest Vocalist  2nd Set 8:30pm – 9:30pm

Vicki Burns
Vicki Burns is a jazz vocalist equally at home in New York City or San Francisco, consistently delighting audiences on both Coasts. When in California, she sang in the Bay Area extensively at such venues as Enrico's, Pearl's and Anna's Jazz Island. She recorded two critically acclaimed CDs, "Siren Song" which received AirPlay on radio statio
ns around the world and " Live At Anna's Jazz Island", recorded with Blues great Taj Mahal in the audience. Since moving to New York, she has performed at such venues at Birdland, The Iridium, Jazz at Kitano, Zinc Bar and The Metropolitan Room.

Jazz great Max Roach had this to say about her singing after she opened for him at the Bright Moments festival in Massachusetts; "Vicki Burns' singing is a gold mine".  Christian McBride upon hearing her says: "Vicki Burns is wonderful…" And the late Herb Wong, Bay Area jazz critic said upon hearing "Siren Song", "Vicki Burns is irresistible"

Tonight's trio features:
Denny Berthiaume, Chuck Bennett, Bill Belasco
 
DENNY BERTHIAUME,
piano, grew up outside Washington D.C. and Chicago.  He is the only non-California native in the group although San Francisco is his home.  He has performed with Bobby McFerrin, Diane Schuur, Joe Williams, Ed Thigpen, Stan Getz, k.d.lang, and Joan Rivers. He recorded 4 albums as co-leader of the successful fusion group Solar Plexus.  He has appeared at jazz festivals in Monterey, the Russian River, San Jose, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  He was professor in literature and music at Foothill College in Los Altos, California (1970-2004) and a published playwright.

Tickets .00 on line or .00 at the door

at Angelica’s Bistro
863 Main Street
Redwood City, United States

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‘That’s What She Said’ (RE)Sisters Launch Special

January 31st, 2016

‘That’s What She Said’ (RE)Sisters Launch Special
Event on 2016-02-24 19:00:00
THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID – A NIGHT OF SPOKEN WORD ALL WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY WOMEN!! Howdy hepcats! We're back from our winter break and 'That's What She Said' is ready for an excellent New Year at 'The Book Club'! We welcome a wide range of speakers, from slam poetry to storytelling, contemporary political thought to comedy we will bring women’s voices to the forefront, while at the same time giving a platform to writers and performers we love. This month our featured speaker is the amazing Cheryl Martin who wowed us all the For Books' Sake Birthday Bonanza last year! Cheryl Martin was born in Washington, D.C., grew up in nearby Maryland, and went to university at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts in the States and Emmanuel College, Cambridge in England.  She loves Manchester, her adopted city. Cheryl has won Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards as both writer [ Best Community Production, Heart and Soul, Oldham Coliseum and director Best Studio Production, Iron by Rona Munro, Working Girls/Contact, an Edinburgh Fringe First as co-director and producer of Traverse Theatre’s Breakfast Series The World Is Too Much, and this year a Lloyd’s Bank regional award for the immersive play she directed for Community Arts Northwest, Rule 35 [devised with refugee detainees from Yarls Wood], and longlisted for the Polari Book Prize for her collection of poems, Alaska Crocus/Commonword. She was also 2002 Commonwealth Games Artist-in-Residence.  http://www.cherylmartin.co.uk/about/ Twitter — @cherylalaska  Open mic walk ups on the evening are welcomed but with limited places it might be advisable to email paul@forbookssake.net if you have a burning desire to speak out and speak up. Price: £5 in advance / £8 OTD For Books' Sake is a volunteer led, charitable organisation so all your pennies will be going back into championing women writers!

at The Book Club
100 – 106 Leonard Street
City of London, United Kingdom

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Maggie’s Music Celebration The New 12 Months Featuring Maggie Sansone, Robin Bullock & Special Guests

September 3rd, 2015

Maggie’s Music Celebration For The New 12 Months Featuring Maggie Sansone, Robin Bullock & Special Guests
Event on 2016-01-03 17:00:00
This event is 21 and over
Maggie's Music

Don’t miss the 11th Annual Maggie’s Music New Year Concert! This exciting double billing along with Robin Bullock also contains special guests become announced soon! A favorite annual event at Rams directly Stage, the performers will need you on a thrilling musical journey toward core regarding the Celtic and American music while they weave a magical spell with virtuoso shows sure to delight and amaze!

Maggie Sansone is a WAMMIE champion (Washington region Music Association) and owner of Maggie's Music featured on CBS TV "Sunday Morning ." She actually is heard on Fiona Ritchie's The Thistle & Shamrock ( NPR) whom stated "Maggie's Music is a gathering place of much Celtic-rooted and inspired acoustic music in USA".

at Rams Head on Phase
33 West Street
Annapolis, United States

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Special Abdominal Exercises become done With Kinetic Bands

May 22nd, 2015

You can try down abdominal training methods utilizing kinetic bands. Such bands are relocated in various directions and invite one to consider muscles of the abdomen. To experience greater results, you have to follow healthy diet, boost your life style and continue together with your normal cardio workouts. For more recommendations you can simply take assistance of a great personal trainer.  

 
This is actually the selection of exercises or workouts that you could follow to attain physical fitness goals very easily:
 
V-Seated Wrapping Exercise:
 
Take a seat on the floor and raise your legs in outward way in V shaped position. Keep the bands on legs, almost one inches over your knees. Let the remaining part of the musical organization to fall on to the floor. Keep your left hand below your feet and make an effort to keep the end percentage of your musical organization and then draw it under your legs. Bend your straight back slightly. Curve your knees slightly and raise them almost one foot from flooring. Press muscles of the stomach and constrict the band as you lift your legs in inward direction. Return to the beginning place and repeat the exercise for about 10 to 15 times. 
 
Seated Seat Pulling Fitness:
 
Sit on a chair and keep your back a right place. Make sure that you keep your straight back against chair. Drape the kinetic musical organization around right back part of the seat by grasping one handle together with your left hand and another together with your right. Then contain the musical organization with thumbs and flex your elbows somewhat. You have to inhale intensely. Whenever you exhale you must tighten up your stomach muscles and then push lower part of one’s back into the seat. Lift your submit forward way. Make sure that you perform this workout for about fifteen times. 
 
Stomach Twisting Exercise: 
 
Take a seat on a mat and keep your back right place. Cover a fitness band across the hollow of one’s right base and then hold ends of this band with both your hands. Pull out your right leg and curve your left leg in outward way. You need to keep in mind a very important factor. Spot the hands close to your upper body while working out, thereby making the band tight. Fit the muscles of your abdomen then turn top percentage of the body towards your left leg. Return to the beginning place. Perform the work out for 10 to 15 times. 
 
Wood Chopping Workout:
 
It’s a good idea for external as well as internal oblique muscles. Stay directly, push your hips in backward position and squeeze your stomach along with glutes. Fix one end of this musical organization to a static item that is held at a higher place. Stand on right side associated with object. Support the ends regarding the musical organization together with your palms. Twist to left side and bring your hands towards your remaining base. Make sure that you keep elbows tight. Go back to the beginning place and repeat the workout for all times. 
 
Attempt to gather details about several types of exercises that are performed with the help of kinetic bands and also have the maximum benefit. 
 

 

Aiden Tylor is a fitness teacher and works as freelance content author during the last three years. She has written interesting articles on different workouts that are performed with assistance of kinetic bands.

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Bell Stage Main dining area: The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guest vocalist Nancy Gilliland

May 22nd, 2015

Bell Stage principal living area: The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guest vocalist Nancy Gilliland
Event on 2015-09-29 19:15:00
Tuesday,  September 29th – 7:15pm Show
Bell Stage Main Dining  area

*Special Guest vocalist Nancy Gilliland

Since moving to California in 1984, Nancy is a "fixture" into the bay area Bay area music scene, doing at Palo Alto's Cafe Fino for 19 years and 9 years at Los Angeles Tosca in San Carlos. Audiences have responded enthusiastically to her performances at many concerts, the San Jose Jazz Festival and headlining a fundraising concert during the Castro Theatre in bay area.

Tonight's trio features:
Chuck Bennett, Curt Moore
Denny Berthiaume
 
DENNY BERTHIAUME,
piano, grew up outside Washington D.C. and Chicago.  He could be the sole non-California native into the group although San Francisco is his home.  He’s got performed with Bobby McFerrin, Diane Schuur, Joe Williams, Ed Thigpen, Stan Getz, k.d.lang, and Joan streams. He recorded 4 albums as co-leader of effective fusion team Solar Plexus.  He’s showed up at jazz festivals in Monterey, the Russian River, San Jose, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  He was professor in literature and music at Foothill university in Los Altos, Ca (1970-2004) and a published playwright.

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at Angelica’s Bistro
863 Principal Street
Redwood City, United States

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Bell Stage Main dining area: The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guest vocalist Cliff Payne

March 5th, 2015

Bell Stage principal dining area: The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guest vocalist Cliff Payne
Occasion on 2015-06-30 19:15:00
Tuesday,  June 30   – 7:15pm Show
Bell Stage Main Dining  Room

*Special Guest vocalist Cliff Payne

AN EXTRAORDINARY PAYNE: As he prepares to record their first CD, Harlem-born Clif Payne continues to established himself as one of the jazz globe's many unique vocalists. ìClif Payne is a lush tenor bursting with soaring gospel melismas.î Los Angeles instances, Don Heckman "An impressive, great singer!" Emilio Castillo, Tower of Power "i prefer your sound!," Fred Hersch, jazz pianist, Grammy nominee "Clif is a separate, phenomenal singer! A real pro!" Peter Cuschieri, Mgr., Angelica's Concert Venue YOUR HOUSE OF PAYNE: Clif is the son of James "Buddy" Payne, reedsman aided by the Lionel Hampton, Lucky Millinder and Fletcher Henderson bands of Harlem Renaissance, 1920s-1950s. Clif's mom, Aline, educated by Tuskegee legendries James Weldon Johnson and William Dawson, ended up being an ensemble vocalist who once backed Nat ìKingî Cole. WEST COAST PAYNE: Clif's musical ascent began when Bobby McFerrin featured Clif as a particular guest vocalist in bay area. Since that time, Clif has performed at San Francisco's Great United states Music Hall, Yoshi's, western Hollywood's Troubadour and LA's Jazz Bakery. He's opened for Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett, Dionne Warwick and has done with Tower of Power. His recordings consist of commercials & cds by Dave Koz and jazz fushionists Hiroshima. As a guitarist, Clif has supported deep minimal, Wolfman Jack, Danny Gans and former Platters lead vocalist Sonny Turner.

THE VOCALS OF PAYNE: first of all, Clif Payne is a vocalist. And, as a vocalist, Clif effortlessly paints a colorful soundscape in which the hues of jazz, gospel and R&B converge. His mastery of words, interpretation, improvisation, phrasing and tone highlight the technical aspects of their sound without having to sacrifice its psychological depth–all while using us on melodic excursions of creative phrase. "SAANG, PAYNE!" . . . is really what people shouted back-in-the-day as soon as the teen-aged Clif ended up being a featured vocalist in his church choir. ìBRING ON PAYNE!î . . . is exactly how he's introduced these days.

Tonight's trio features:
Chuck Bennett,
Bill Belasco,
Ron Sfarz
 
DENNY BERTHIAUME,
piano, was raised outside Washington D.C. and Chicago.  He is the sole non-California native into the group although bay area is their house.  He’s performed with Bobby McFerrin, Diane Schuur, Joe Williams, Ed Thigpen, Stan Getz, k.d.lang, and Joan Rivers. He recorded 4 albums as co-leader associated with effective fusion team Solar Plexus.  He has showed up at jazz festivals in Monterey, the Russian River, San Jose, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  He was teacher in literature and music at Foothill university in Los Altos, Ca (1970-2004) and a published playwright.

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at Angelica’s Bistro
863 Principal Street
Redwood City, United States

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February 24th, 2015

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