Curated by Uncle Dad's Art Collective and Nor-Cal Jazz Festival
$15 adv tickets
$20 at the door
About Sammy Miller and The Congregation
A native of Los Angeles, Grammy® nominated drummer Sammy Miller has become known for his unique maturity and relentless focus on making music that feels good as a drummer, singer and bandleader. Upon completing his Master’s at The Juilliard School, Sammy formed his ensemble, The Congregation. As a band, they are focused on sharing the power of community through their music—joyful jazz.
Ars Nova selected The Congregation for the ‘Makers Lab’ in 2017 to produce their original theater jazz show, “Great Awakening.” While independently the band members have performed and recorded with notable artists including Wynton Marsalis, Iron and Wine, and Jason Mraz at venues including the White House, Lincoln Center and the Hollywood Bowl, they have opted to stick together to spread joy throughout the world.
Curated by Uncle Dad's Art Collective
∆∆∆∆∆ Kulululu has traveled long and far to finally arrive on earth. While here, Kulululu is in search of the answers to the questions; why? and why not? You may not understand what they are saying. You may not understand why they look the way they do. They may not understand these things either. What's important is that time is continuous, and without it we cannot find our way back to where we started.
"Opening up the night were the comically clad KULULULU. Part frenzied rock set, part lively performance art piece, dancers ran around the audience as they thrashed about on stage." -Cervante Pope, The Deli Magzine
Uncle Dad's Art Collective is happy to present a new series of music that invites people to Simmer Down and come spend an evening listening to music. No gimmicks, no distractions. Just the audience and the musicians together in one room.
Our third installment will feature local jazz vocalists Matilda Krudler and Kelly Houston
Uncle Dad's Art Collective + Symphony? Yes please! We are honored to be collaborating with North State Symphony for this years' Pops concert. We'll join the symphony for a varied reperitore of arrangements we've created that features everything from Duke Ellington to Daft Punk.
The last recorded album by the Beatles was released in September of 1969; less than a year later, the seminal band of the ’60s would be no more. This evening members of Uncle Dad’s Art Collective “Come Together” again to celebrate one of the most important collection of songs in popular music. With some of Chico’s finest artists, the performances will be “Something” to remember.
This is the first in a series of educational classes that Uncle Dad's is putting together for our musical community!
This class is specifically designed for already performing musicians who understand how to play their instrument but don't have the theory training needed to read and interpret music. The class will cover reading in treble and bass clef, rhythms, intervals, whole and half steps, accidentals, naturals, key signatures, time signatures and more.
Join celebrated and prolific songwriter Pat Hull for the release of his newest EP, June. Joining him are the ever-talented Erin Lizardo and Evin Wolverton.
This will be a live concert recorded and filmed in high quality, performed for a small crowd in a rare, intimate venue. As part of an ongoing video series, the Energy Plant Sessions continue to showcase quality local music to a wider arts community.
Think of happiness you felt when your first child was born, thats the level of satisfaction you'll feel when you see Human Ottoman perform. A power trio consisting of Vibes, Cello, and Drums, they will break you down to nothing with the sheer power of their musicianship, and then build you up in their image with their stunning melodies and songwriting.
Come witnesses classic reinterpretations of Queen favorites like You're My Best Friend, Love Of My Life, and Bohemian Rhapsody. The show features an array of music, dance, and other visual arts that are sure to transport the audience out of Chico and leave them wondering if this is real life, or just a fantasy!
Gals and ghouls, get your facepaint and dancing shoes ready; Uncle Dad's Art Collective is throwing the party of our lives! Literally - we may not survive this one!
– DJed dance by Outpatient Records
– Live music by Bogg & friends
– Performances by Everyone In Outer Space
– Costume contest prizes
Come see a night of werewolfs, zombies, Vincent Price and Michael Jackson come to life once again, this time at The Blue Room Theatre. A bigger, badder production full of amazing music and dance. This is an all-ages show!
On July 12th, Uncle Dad's Art Collective will enter the hallowed halls of The Sierra Nevada Big Room to produce a show spotlighting great local songwriters and songs. The songs will be arranged and performed by the Uncle Dad Orchestra.