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Chaise Lounge at Blues Alley Club

This week, Chaise Lounge is swinging by Blues Alley to bring you a jazz night like no other! All six of the incredibly accomplished jazz musicians in this group come together to create something that, at first, sounds like the smooth soundtrack to an old school noir film. It’s only once you get deeper into it that you realize it’s an eclectic mix of original songs and re-arranged iconic pop tunes going all the way back to the 50’s. All in all, it becomes something unmistakably Chaise Lounge. Call it what you want: Early Stereo, Lounge, or just plain good music, but there’s no denying that the ultimate product of their sparkling arrangements is something truly magical. 

Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Doors open at 9:45 PM EDT
Show starts at 10:00 PM EDT

Blues Alley Club
1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20007

For more information, call 202-337-4141 or visit bluesalley.com.

Tickets cost $30 and can be purchased here. Please note there is an additional $15 food/beverage minimum per person which is NOT included in ticket price. 

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Erin Steward

Erin Steward is studying Business Hospitality and Tourism Management with a minor in Events Management at Virginia Tech. She loves creative writing, discovering new music, binge-watching her favorite shows, and traveling with family and friends. 

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