Nick La Riviere brings his high energy show to Hermann’s Jazz Club on Jan. 20 at 8 p.m.

Nick La Riviere returns to Hermann’s

Trombonist, singer and conch shell player Nick La Riviere brings his high energy show to Hermann’s Jazz Club on Jan. 20

Trombonist, singer and conch shell player Nick La Riviere will bring his high energy show to Hermann’s Jazz Club on Jan. 20 at 8 p.m.

The singer-songwriter and accomplished trombonist incorporates jazz, R&B and funk into his own compositions. His shows have been a big hit with fans at the Islands Folk Fest, Victoria Jazz Fest, and Island Music Fest.

The Nick La Riviere Band features catchy and danceable original songs influenced by artists like Trombone Shorty, Sam Cooke, and Jamiroquai to name a few. The recent album, Another Time Around, is rich in variety and has received plenty of attention.

In addition to originals, La Riviere’s shows include energetic covers of songs by Dr John, Bill Withers, The Box Tops, and more. Nick’s conch shell playing is always a hit, and brings something to the show that most people have never seen before.

Ticket are $20 at the door, $15 for students. Visit hermannsjazz.com for more information.

 

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