Bethel Jazz Season Closer Tim DeHuff Quartet on Nov 29

Bethel Jazz Season Closer Tim DeHuff Quartet at La Zingara on Wed November 29 at 7:00 pm

Tim DeHuff brings together four top-flight musicians to perform a memorable evening, blending Jazz, Soul, Funk, Blues, and Fusion.

Seating begins at 6:30pm to have your dinner order taken. Showtime begins at 7:45pm when we transform the space into a theater.

Out of respect for the performers and other patrons, please keep talking to a whisper during the performance.

Purchase tickets via Eventbrite here

Very Limited Occupancy. Tables seating 2, 4, 5 guests, with tables for 6, 8, 12 available upon request. Single, general admission tickets are also available. See The Attached Seating Chart. Admission Is $15.00 - $20.00 Per Person, Ticket prices may be higher for special performances. Tables Of Two = $35., Four = $75., Five = $87.50 Six = $105., Eight = $130, Twelve = $210. Have problems with the ticketing system? Call 203-247-4273

Tim DeHuff - guitar. (Alfonse Mouzon, Vicki Sue Robinson, Larry Coryell)

Tim started at the age of nine in 1964 when, along with the rest of America, watched the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. Within a few short months, he got his first guitar and shortly after that joined his first band.

“My interests included a variety of musical styles from Rock, to Blues, to Jazz. My intensive studies at the age of 16 with Jazz great Linc Chamberland prepared me to begin to play Jazz. My professional career began then and continues to this day. In addition to recording, performing, producing, and arranging, I have a teaching practice in Fairfield County, CT.”

“In the course of my career, I have had the pleasure of working with or just jamming with some of the most respected musicians in the business. The list on the right is a partial look into these moments of my life. My first real gig came in L.A. when I was 20 years old. I toured with the Main Ingredient performing at venues such as Shea Stadium and the L.A. Forum. This lead to meeting and recording with drummer extraordinaire, Alphonse Mouzon. At that session, I was honored to be sitting next to Lee Ritenour, Dave Grusin, David Benoit, and George Duke. After my experiences on the west coast, I moved to New York City and did movie soundtrack and jingle work with the help of guitarist Joe Beck. Back in Connecticut in my hometown of Westport, I was given a steady gig on Sunday nights at The Players Tavern. Here is where I was able to truly hone my jazz skills amongst the best players in the Tri-State area. The stage at "The Tavern" will always hold a significant place in my life, as it was a playground for many musicians in and out of the area”.

“I’ve had the pleasure of performing with: Joe Beck, David Benoit, Jeff Berlin, Larry Coryell, James Cotton, George Duke, Charlie Karp, John Klemmer, Dave Liebman, The Main Ingredient, John Mehegan, Blue Mitchell, Alfonse Mouzon, Pee-Wee Ellis Band, Lee Ritenour, Vicki Sue Robinson, Ronnie Spector, David Spinoza, Johnny Winter and many others”

Tyger MacNeal - drums. (Average White Band, Jose Feliciano)

Tyger MacNeal spent three years touring and recording with The Average White Band before joining seven-time Grammy award-winning guitar legend Jose Feliciano for over two decades. He has also performed with such notables as The Four Tops, Rosemary Clooney, The Fifth Dimension, Billy Eckstein, The Shirelles, and Little Anthony, to name a few, and has many credits on Broadway. 

Tyger has toured, performed, or recorded with: 5th Dimension, Four Tops, Little Anthony, Mills Brothers, Boots Randolf, Freddie Fender, Kay Starr, Patty Page, Donald O'conner, Tony Martin, Jerry Vale, Rosemary Clooney, Sherry Winston, Rory Block, Charlie Karp, Rhett Taylor, Kelly Mittleman, Jay Rowe, Gil Parris, Arlen Roth, Johnny Winter, Average White Band, Jose Feliciano, Crushing Recording, Mamma mia.

Rob Aries - Pianist (Average White Band, Bill Evans, Liza Minelli)

Rob Aries toured and recorded with artists such as guitarist John Scofield, the "world jazz" group Special EFX, R&B band Change, saxophonist Bill Evans, Brazilian pianist Eliane Elias, and singers Liza Minnelli, Melba Moore, and Freddie Jackson. He also produced and co-wrote several songs on saxophonist Donald Harrison's CTI release "The Power of Cool", and played and composed for the late saxophonist Cornelius Bumpus’s CD "Known Fact" on Palmetto Records. Rob currently tours with the Average White Band.

Dave Anderson - bass. (Smokey Robinson, Blood Sweat & Tears)

Dave Anderson has toured with Bill Evans, Special EFX, Art Garfunkel, Smokey Robinson, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Regina Carter, Joe Beck, and numerous others. He’s appeared on over seventy-five commercial recordings as a session musician. Dave operates Flying Squirrel recording studio and is currently underway engineering and co-producing new material with The Jones Factor for the band’s upcoming release “The Time is Now”. Past credits include Art Garfunkel, Blood Sweat & Tears, Michael McDonald, Donna Summer, James Ingram, and numerous others.


Submitted by Bethel, CT

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