The five best jazz shows in Denver in July

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GLENN TAYLOR ORCHESTRA @ DAZZLE | TUE., 7/23/13
Rarely is the pedal steel used outside of country music, but Glenn Taylor is one of the few who takes the instrument to completely different places, especially when he's playing with folks like Ron Miles or Matt Skellenger. While Taylor explores jazz, Afro pop, ska and electronica on his excellent self-titled debut, in a live setting he'll travel other routes, as well. With his orchestra, he's surrounded himself with some other great players, including guitarist Roger Green, saxophonist Paul Riola and bassist Kim Stone.

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BROOKLYN CIRCLE @ DAZZLE | WED., 7/17/13
New York's Brooklyn Circle has been working together for more than a decade, and there's clearly some telepathy happening between the members -- saxophonist Stacy Dillard, bassist Diallo House and drummer Ismail Lawal -- as evidenced by the way they play off of each other. The three can play circles around their original jazz cuts, and they also have a great handle on grooves.

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JANE MONHEIT @ DAZZLE | SUN., 7/21/13
Since being a finalist in the Thelonious Monk Institute's 1998 vocal competition when she was twenty, Jane Monheit has released eleven albums under own her name in addition to garnering two Grammy nominations. Last April, the singer released The Heart of the Matter, which is quite different from her previous efforts and features some interesting reworkings of songs from a variety of composers, including tunes by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Randy Newman, Mel Tormé and Ivan Lins.

Location Info

Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

930 Lincoln St., Denver, CO

Category: Music

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