San Pedro Square Market Live Music: Join SPSM for live performances in Downtown San Jose the week of December 11th, 2017 featuring: Chaz, Johnny Neri, Lisa Lindsley, Hootenanny, Andre Thierry, Funtouchables.
Chaz: Monday, Monday, December 11th @ 6:00pm
CLASSICAL-NEW AGE-JAZZ-FUNK-ROCK-LATIN-COUNTRY-R&B-50’S OLDIES-REGGAE-CARIBBEAN-BRAZILIAN-MOTOWN-TOP-40-DANCE-HIP HOP & RAP
Johnny Neri: Tuesday, December 12th @ 6:00pm
Johnny is incredibly entertaining, energetic and thrives on making people happy. He sings all songs in original keys with no shortcuts. Each one of Johnny’s shows is a powerful and emotional journey. His passion for his music and his art shines through in the magic, intimacy and nostalgia felt by the audience.
Lisa Lindsley: Wednesday, December 13th @ 6:00pm
She has been called a glass of champagne, cool, refreshing, and a little bubbly.
Lisa Lindsley may be a latecomer to singing jazz, but the wealth of creative experience she brings to American Songbook gems turns familiar tunes into bracingly contemporary tales. She made an impressive debut with Everytime We Say Goodbye; her 2016 release, Long After Midnight, charted for three weeks on the U.S. FMQB Top 40, and remained in the Top 5 slot for 7 weeks on the CMJ Jazz charts. And now Wouldn't It Be Loverly sits at #27 on the FMQB charts! Let's make it climb.
Hootenanny: Thursday, December 14th @ 6:00pm
Armed with only acoustic instruments, Hootenanny! sings and strums your favorite Rock/Pop gems and other musical curiosities.
Andre Thierry: Friday, December 15th @ 7:00pm
GRAMMY Nominated, Andre Thierry is a phenomenal talent who has been capturing the attention of other musicians and music lovers since he was a toddler. Andre’s French Creole heritage is deeply rooted in Louisiana although he was born and reared in northern California. Michael Tisserand, author of The Kingdom of Zydeco, considered the definitive book on the history of Zydeco music, wrote, “In America, great migrations produce great music. Just as Delta musicians took Highway 61 to Chicago and electrified their blues, so did the Creoles and Cajuns migrate to California and establish vital dance communities. Now the California scenes rival anything back home in Louisiana, and that’s due to players like Andre Thierry, a standard bearer for the new generation. Thierry is among the best of both the West Coast and the Gulf Coast, and he combines youthful vigor with a mature appreciation for his inherited tradition.”
Funtouchables: Saturday, December 16th @ 7:00pm
Variety • Wide-Appeal • Surf & Fun • 50's Sock Hop
Psychadelic 70's • Modern Rock • 80's • Gatsby
Acoustic Ukelele Walk-Around • and more!
Chaz: Sunday, December 17th @ 2:00pm