MUSIC AT THE MARKET

Join us for live music every Friday from 4:00-6:30pm. Enjoy some of Kansas City’s best musicians, along with fantastic food and drink specials.

The Huixqui Sisters

Friday, May 27 |  4:00-6:30pm

The Huixqui Sisters – pronounced “whiskey” – are an acoustic vocal duet accompanied by guitar and keys. They create custom arrangements of our favorite songs, with a vocal blend only achieved by sisters and vocal precision setting us apart from others. Their professional training allows us to adapt easily to a variety of musical genres including pop, folk, latino, jazz, and oldies.

Learn more at thehuixquisisters.com

EMILY DIX

Friday, June 3 |  4:00-6:30pm

Emily is from Prairie Village, KS and started performing live jazz in 2018. With a repertoire of mostly jazz standards and classics from the Great American Songbook, she sings with a range of talented Kansas City musicians in a revolving ensemble.

Learn more at emilydixmusic.com

The Huixqui Sisters

Friday, June 10 |  4:00-6:30pm

The Huixqui Sisters – pronounced “whiskey” – are an acoustic vocal duet accompanied by guitar and keys. They create custom arrangements of our favorite songs, with a vocal blend only achieved by sisters and vocal precision setting us apart from others. Their professional training allows us to adapt easily to a variety of musical genres including pop, folk, latino, jazz, and oldies.

Learn more at thehuixquisisters.com

Adam Galblum

Friday, June 17 |  4:00-6:30pm

Adam is a jazz violinist in Kansas City, Missouri. He is bandleader of Hot Club KC, gypsy jazz band.

Adam was a student of 1st generation Count Basie Band alum and legendary jazz violin pioneer Claude “Fiddler” Williams, in the 1990s. A Kansas City native, Galblum briefly attended Berklee College of Music in Boston and lived in the Denver area from 2005-2014 touring nationally with bluegrass bands from 2005-2014.

Adam’s 2014 solo album, the instrumental Down To The Wire – The Stringband Tribute to the Music of John Mayer, showcases his abilities as an arranger and multi-instrumentalist and features members of Infamous Stringdusters and Punch Brothers.

Learn more at adamgalblum.com

REWOUND

Friday, June 24 |  4:00-6:30pm

Rewound offers classical and contemporary music re-imagined, with Carmen Dieker on violin, Alyssa Bell on viola, and Ezgi Karakus on cello.

Rewound started creating music together in 2017 with regular shows at a local record store. Since then, Rewound has collaborated with artists such as Claire Adams, Calvin Arsenia, Jessica Paige, Asher the Smasher O’Connor, and many others.

Learn more at re-wound.weebly.com. 

JOSEPH PANELLA

Friday, July 1 |  4:00-6:30pm

Joseph Panella has been performing (double bass and electric bass) professionally for over a decade.

He grew up in a musical family and was encouraged to study music from the earliest ages. He was trained in the Suzuki program and then switched to bass at age thirteen, upon hearing a series of recordings that inspired him to be more deeply immersed in Black American Music, including what is known as Swing, Bebop, Funk, Blues, and more.

He studied with Marcos Machado, classical virtuoso and author of “The Tao of Double Bass” at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has also studied with bassist and educator Dr. David Pellow, a Protege of Francois Rabbath and former professor at Carnegie Mellon University, as well as Bob Bowman, legendary bassist with the Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Orchestra.

Learn more at josephpanellamusic.com

Jackie Myers

Friday, July 8  |  4:00-6:30pm

Austin’s Jackie Myers may have the Midas touch for groove, conjuring up musical styles ranging from soul, jazz and modern R&B each time the talented pianist places her hands on the keys. Daytrotter’s Pat Stolley says of Jackie’s music “It reminds me of Joni Mitchell’s jazz period.”

The finesse on her chosen instrument plays complement to what the Austin Chronicle describes as “her earthy lungs” – beautiful, captivating, complex, and always with an edge.

Learn more at jackiemyersmusic.com.

JENNA BAUER

Friday, July 15  |  4:00-6:30pm

Flirting with Great American Songbook Standards, Jenna Bauer fills her setlists with songs that tell stories everyone can relate to.

Thoughtful and warm vocals from Bauer are complemented by the band as they reinterpret these classic melodies for today.

Learn more at facebook.com/JennaBauerMusic

EMILY DIX

Friday, July 22 |  4:00-6:30pm

Emily is from Prairie Village, KS and started performing live jazz in 2018. With a repertoire of mostly jazz standards and classics from the Great American Songbook, she sings with a range of talented Kansas City musicians in a revolving ensemble.

Learn more at emilydixmusic.com

Adam Galblum

Friday, July 29 |  4:00-6:30pm

Adam is a jazz violinist in Kansas City, Missouri. He is bandleader of Hot Club KC, gypsy jazz band.

Adam was a student of 1st generation Count Basie Band alum and legendary jazz violin pioneer Claude “Fiddler” Williams, in the 1990s. A Kansas City native, Galblum briefly attended Berklee College of Music in Boston and lived in the Denver area from 2005-2014 touring nationally with bluegrass bands from 2005-2014.

Adam’s 2014 solo album, the instrumental Down To The Wire – The Stringband Tribute to the Music of John Mayer, showcases his abilities as an arranger and multi-instrumentalist and features members of Infamous Stringdusters and Punch Brothers.

Learn more at adamgalblum.com

Jackie Myers

Friday, August 5  |  4:00-6:30pm

Austin’s Jackie Myers may have the Midas touch for groove, conjuring up musical styles ranging from soul, jazz and modern R&B each time the talented pianist places her hands on the keys. Daytrotter’s Pat Stolley says of Jackie’s music “It reminds me of Joni Mitchell’s jazz period.”

The finesse on her chosen instrument plays complement to what the Austin Chronicle describes as “her earthy lungs” – beautiful, captivating, complex, and always with an edge.

Learn more at jackiemyersmusic.com.

JENNA BAUER

Friday, August 12  |  4:00-6:30pm

Flirting with Great American Songbook Standards, Jenna Bauer fills her setlists with songs that tell stories everyone can relate to.

Thoughtful and warm vocals from Bauer are complemented by the band as they reinterpret these classic melodies for today.

Learn more at facebook.com/JennaBauerMusic

SHARP MARBLES

Friday, August 19  |  4:00-6:30pm

Sharp Marbles is a duo based out of the Kansas City area, a creation of Rob W Carlson and G Morango Vaz, multi- instrumentalists who have been playing together for decades in the studio and around the world.

Learn more at sharpmarbles.net

EMILY DIX

Friday, August 26 |  4:00-6:30pm

Emily is from Prairie Village, KS and started performing live jazz in 2018. With a repertoire of mostly jazz standards and classics from the Great American Songbook, she sings with a range of talented Kansas City musicians in a revolving ensemble.

Learn more at emilydixmusic.com