Published : Monday, May 6, 2019 | 12:25 PM
Bacchus Live is a monthly concert series that brings an eclectic group of musicians to diners in an intimate setting. The last two shows have completely sold out.
The next chapter in Bacchus’ underrated history? World-renowned jazz pianist Larry Fuller plays on Monday, May 20th.
Did someone say Monday Blues? Sorry, it’s difficult to hear you over the hypnotic trances of Larry Fuller.
Just an $85 ticket covers the cost of a three-course meal and the performance. Dinner’s at 6 and the show starts at 7:30.
Whether or not you’re a jazz aficionado, the opportunity to see Larry Fuller live is an attractive draw. It’s like going to see Lebron play with the Lakers. You simply don’t want to miss an opportunity to witness history.
Fuller has literally played with legends of the jazz genre. He was the last pianist in the Ray Brown trio before Brown died and a member of the Jeff Hamilton Trio.
Fuller has also performed with John Legend, Herb Ellis, and many more. One could argue $85 would be a reasonable price for a concert ticket alone for someone of Fuller’s caliber. The three-course meal practically comes free.
Since 2013, Fuller has performed with the Larry Fuller Trio at prestigious festivals and venues around the world. Said the Vancouver Sun of the Trio’s appearance at TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival: one of the “top 10 highlights that took our breath away and made us gaze in wonder.”
Only at Bacchus’ Kitchen.
Larry Fuller’s appearance is more than a month away, but tickets will go fast. You don’t want to miss it.
Bacchus’ Kitchen is located at 1384 E Washington Blvd. Visit bacchuslive.com or call (626) 594-6377.