1401 W Devon Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60660

Jazz composer / musician John Goldman is pleased to announce the continuation of his band QUADRANGLE’s Guest Artist Series at Uncommon Ground on Devon in Chicago. Appearing from 8pm until 10pm on second Monday's, John Goldman's group QUADRANGLE features original compositions by John and collaboration with notable Chicago jazz artist Scott Hesse on Guitar, Patrick Mulcahy on Bass and Cory Healey on Drums. This coming Monday, January 11, 2010, the Guest Artist Series offers the fresh sounds of jazz vocalist Leslie Beukelman. Coming up on February 08, 2010, QUADRANGLE features guest trumpeter Victor Garcia, and then March 08, 2010 special guest artists Katinka Kleijn on cello, and violinist Zara Zaharieva. There is a $10 suggested donation, and dinner reservations guarantee seating in the music room. For more information and reservations call Uncommon Ground at 773.465.9801.

Official Website: http://www.jgjazz.com

Added by solorohm on January 6, 2010



The QUADRANGLE Guest Artist Series opened to a full house on Monday December 14th with special guest trumpeter and fellow Chicagoan James Davis. It was a great way to kick off the series and the holidays. Uncommon Ground on Devon in historic Edgewater has been named one the best new restaurants in Chicago. Its no wonder when the kitchen uses seasonal, locally produced, family farmed & organic products whenever possible for their bountiful menu. Cocktails and tunes enjoyed in the warmth and intimacy of the music room bring it all together for a great evening out.

Offering Live Music Nightly, along with stellar service and great food and drink, Uncommon Ground on Devon is located at 1401 West Devon at Glenwood in Chicago, IL 60660. For directions, more information and reservations call Uncommon Ground at 773.465.9801, or visit www.uncommonground.com


“A fine saxophonist, John Goldman explores a variety of modern jazz styles…The variety and heated solos, along with some subtle surprises, make this a consistently stimulating set of modern jazz by musicians who deserve to be much better known.”
~ Scott Yanow - All Jazz