Inwood Coffeehouse

Friday, October 10 2014 • Doors Open 7:30 PM

Get ready for Inwood Coffeehouse Season 14

Seth Kibel ~ clarinet, saxophone and flute
Steve Little ~ guitar and vocals
Wes Crawford ~ drums

Performing with some of the finest bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, Seth Kibel has made a name for himself as one of the Mid-Atlantic's premier woodwind specialists wowing audiences everywhere on saxophone, clarinet, and flute. Over the last ten years he has been the recipient of so many Washington Area Music Awards (WAMMIES) that we've lost count. Amongst his many musical achievments he has been named Best World Music Instrumentalist and Best Jazz Instrumentalist. In April of this year he released, Jazz For People Who Are Shorter Than Me, an album featuring jazz for kids. Seth has appeared with such notables as Sam Moore (Sam & Dave), Percy Sledge, The Coasters, and Johnnie Johnson. He has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Carter Barron Amphitheatre, the Lowell Folk Festival in Lowell, Massachusetts, as well as on several European tours.

Steve Little began his professional music career as a guitarist at the age of fifteen, and he has never stopped. He performs a wide range of musical styles, with an emphasis on songs from the Great American Songbook taking his audiences on a stroll down memory lane with popular songs. Steve has appeared before audiences up and down the East Coast for more than four decades. He has worked with the Grammy nominated group Dino Rock and has wowed audiences at such venues as the Cellar Door, the Georgetown Club, the Encore Club, and the Theatre in the Woods. For the past fifteen years some of his favorite audiences have been those in elder care, whose more active years may be over, but who still have a lot to give. Through this work, Steve has encountered the healing power of music, and now he brings this wisdom to all his performances.

Wes Crawford demonstrated an interest in drums since the age of four and began his professional career after graduating with a B.S. in Psychology at Virginia Tech. Soon thereafter, he began performing drumset with the extraordinary Jazz / R&B singer Jane L. Powell, a musical association that lasted eleven years. The group toured throughout the United States openning for acts such as Ray Charles, Melba Moore, Freddie Jackson, Lou Rawls, The Crusaders, Joan Jett, Ernie Watts, and Paula Poundstone, and occasionally performed alongside artists such as Tony Bennett, O.C. Smith, and Dorothy Moore.

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