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Goosetown Station

Jack Hadley - Thursday, Nov 2 5- 8 pm

Join us for an evening of smooth Jazz and Blues with Jack Hadley !

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Jack Hadley - Thursday, Nov 2   5- 8 pm
Jack Hadley - Thursday, Nov 2   5- 8 pm

Time & Location

Nov 02, 2023, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Goosetown Station, 514 9th St, Golden, CO 80401, USA

About the event

Doors 4 pm Music 5-8 pm Cover $5. Jack Hadley has played in a number of bands, sharpening his guitar skills and discovering his vocal talent along the way. He began performing as a solo artist and played countless shows as a hired gun. In 2005, Jack decided to focus on writing and performing his own blues-based material with his trio, The Jack Hadley Band. That same year he was playing at a local club when he was approached by blues veteran Otis Taylor, who happened to be in the audience. For the next 18 months, Jack was Taylor’s lead guitarist, playing festivals and shows all over the USA, Canada and the United Kingdom. He appears on Otis Taylor’s 2007 Telarc release “Definition Of A Circle” playing lead guitar and lap steel. Notable musicians on this recording include ex-Thin Lizzy axeman Gary Moore and blues harmonica legend Charlie Musselwhite. In November, 2006 he recorded two songs with keyboard wizard Steve McQuarry at the legendary Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco including his revolutionary track “You & Me”.Some of Jack’s notable performances include: live on the BBC in London with Otis Taylor | Blues From The Top | BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups | Brighton Blues Blast | Snowy Range Music Festival | The Rauma Blues Festival in Rauma, Finland, backed by the St. Louis Blues All-Stars featuring keyboardist Bob Lohr, bassist Terry Coleman and drummer Keith Robinson. “The St. Louis Sessions” was released in October, 2014, on San Telmo Media. His latest effort, “Daybreak In Alabama - The Langston Hughes Project” was released in July 2020. This project features songs written by Jack, based on the poetry of Langston Hughes. Taj Mahal bassist Bill Rich r holds down the bottom end, along with drummer Bill Larson and jazz guitarist Rich Gibbins.   http://www.jackhadleymusic.net/

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    +$0.13 service fee
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