It’s another month of great jazz! To be sure you have the most recent and complete information, double-check my Facebook events page facebook.com/calebneijazz/events. If you’re finding this page after these dates have passed, visit my calendar here: calebneijazz.com/calendar. APR 1 Solo Piano | Jazz Standards Sat 12:30 PM Lord & Taylor Gaithersburg, MD APR 1
I’m headed to Big Ears Festival at the end of the month to meet people, listen to some great music and promote Sono Luminus Studios (the record label I work for). Until then though, I have gigs every Friday and Saturday. Catch me at V2 or Lightfoot… To be sure you have the most recent
I’m playing keyboards behind Brian Campbell for the first weekend of the month. After that I’ll be back in town and jazzin’ it up. Catch me at Village Square or Lightfoot (including Valentines Day at Lightfoot). See you out there. To be sure you have the most recent and complete information, double-check my Facebook events
Next Friday I’ll be at Handley Library for the Little Noon Music concert series. Joining me will be vocalist Kerensa Gray. Details: Friday, January 13, 2017 noon – 1:00pm Handley Auditorium Handley Library 100 W Piccadilly St Winchester, VA 22601 540-662-9041 More info.
Hello friends, I survived the mad holiday gig rush including a gig in DC that cost me almost twice what I made (and it was a well-paying gig…a post on that coming soon). My featured gig of the Here are my January dates. Come see me at Lightfoot in Leesburg some Friday night, or at
My gigging life documented in images. Follow me on Instagram at instagram.com/calebneijazz. Waiting for tonight's trio concert at The Woodlands Retirement Community. A photo posted by Caleb, a DC Area Jazz Pianist (@calebneijazz) on Nov 1, 2016 at 4:23pm PDT A photo posted by Caleb, a DC Area Jazz Pianist (@calebneijazz) on Nov 14, 2016
I’ll be at Leesburg Brewing Company this Friday with vocalist Maddy Curtis. Of LBC, Yelp! says, “I know it sounds a bit of a cliché, but their pulled pork grilled cheese really was a life changer.” I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for my life to be changed by some great pulled pork
What a December! In fact, it’s been quite a year. From the usual gigs at V2 and Lightfoot, to a big band gig for elementary school students, to being part of a trio providing live background music for the silent film Speedy, to the Ritz-Carleton Tysons Corner, to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Last weekend I got to play for a birthday party in one of the conference rooms in the Supreme Court building. I’ve played in a lot of really great venues in Washington, DC, but so far this was the most august. They have a perfect Steinway B that made the entire evening a joy. (The