Arts Garage has a powerhouse lineup for September. The Voice fans will not want to miss Karina Igelsia. And if you watch Jimmy Kimmel Live! Conan O’Brien or The Grammy Awards, you have probably seen world-renowned piano virtuoso Eldar Djangirov, but now you can see him perform live! This is just a small taste of what’s to come. Check out our full line up below and at www.artsgarage.org. Call for tickets or more information at 561-450-6357 Sat. 9/5, 8pm | OTIS CADILLAC AND THE EL DORADOS | Rock & Roll Roots | $25/30/35 This 11-piece band performs Classic R&B, Root Rock N’ Roll and related Blues oriented material in a style that emulates the R&B revues of the late 50s and early 60s. Each performance strives to recreate the atmosphere and energy that gave birth to Rock N’ Roll in that era. The band chooses eclectic and diverse material exposing the talents of its band members. The Revue features the extraordinarily talented female vocal ensemble of the Seville Sisters. The accomplished sisters provide colorful harmonies, featured solos, dance routines and on-stage banter to compliment the Octogenarian iconic lead vocalist Otis Cadillac. Sat. 9/12 8pm | BETTY FOX BAND| Blues| $25-$35 With an extensive background in gospel and a lifelong passion for soul music, Betty Fox has come a long way from her southern roots to headlining festivals and captivating thousands with her raw swagger and unwavering talent. Now the 2015 representative of the Suncoast Blues Society, an International Blues Challenge Finalist, and two-time winner of Creative Loafing’s Best of the Bay, she is truly proving herself a force to be reckoned with. Her sophomore album, “Slow Burn” was released in June 2015, and is already receiving rave reviews from critics. Wed. 9/16 & Thurs. 9/17, 7:30pm | DOUBLE INDEMNITY| /Radio Theatre | $20/$25/$30 Based on the 1944 classic film noir masterpiece directed by Billy Wilder, this cynical, witty, and sleazy thriller involves adultery, corruption and murder. A smooth talking insurance salesman meets an attractive woman when he calls to renew her husband’s automobile policy. The couple are immediately drawn to each other and an affair begins. They cook up a murder scheme to obtain life insurance money with a double indemnity clause. Unfortunately, all does not go to plan… Fri. 9/18 8pm |LAUREN MITCHELL| Soul| $25-$35 Soul Singer Lauren Mitchell follows her musical heart. While her first solo singing performance started in church as a child, she has since crafted a singular, unmistakable voice in the world of blues, citing both Etta James and Janis Joplin as profoundly influencing her sound. The Lauren Mitchell Band is a tour de force, p e r f o r m i n g around 250 shows per year around the world with a stellar blues group, led by “The Professor” Michael Hensley, along with several seasoned veteran players. Sat. 9/19 8pm| ELDAR DJANGIROV TRIO| Jazz| $25-35 The Grammy-nominated New-York based pianist is praised as “a genius beyond most young people I’ve heard” by Dave Brubeck, and with a “command of his instrument that is beyond staggering” by Downbeat Magazine. The New York Times describes Eldar as “a blend of musical intelligence, organizational savvy, enthusiasm and prowess that was all the more impressive for seeming so casual… an ebullient impressionist.” When he was signed to Sony at the age of 17, the young pianist from Kansas City was already well-known for his prodigious pyrotechnics and precocious knowledge of the bebop tradition. He’s worked with music masters including Dr. Billy Taylor, Michael Brecker, Dave Brubeck, Wynton Marsalis, Joshua Redman, Chris Potter, and many others. In addition to performing around the world and playing with world renowned symphony orchestras, Eldar has been on national TV, including the Grammy Awards, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, CBS Saturday Early Show, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. He has 4 critically acclaimed trio albums, and has been compared to Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, Herbie Hancock and more. Fri 9/25 | ARTISTS AND BLUES SERIES 6pm – Visual Arts Gallery Reception (free) Artist/Blues Series: Free Gallery Reception and Exhibition, featuring Mark Armbrecht’s artwork ”Sigils- a Means of Self Expression” Mark Armbrecht is a multimedia artist currently residing in Gainesville, Florida. His sigil practice is a practice in mindfulness, although some may liken it to meditation or to a spiritual practice. Mark expresses that “the pieces in this exhibit represent words that are very important to me. They are intentions that I incorporate into each day: body, mind, spirit, thought, laughter and others.” 8pm | BRIDGET KELLY BAND with opening act MIDDLEGROUND | BLUES| $25-$35 Inspired by classic & electric blues, the Bridget Kelly Band has placed their unique stamp on the blues-rock genre, with high energy live performances and a hybrid sound that mixes Texas Blues with various Southern Blues traditions. The sultry vocals of singer Bridget Kelly, the incendiary lead guitar work of Tim Fik, and the robust electric bass of Mark Armbrecht forge a signature sound that combines female urban blues with riff-driven guitar blues; all held together by a dynamic rhythm section. Opening Act Middleground, comprised of acoustic blues duo Barbara and Mark Armbrecht, includes an eclectic mix of folk, pop, blues, ragtime and classic favorites, all of which have been flavored by Barbara’s fingerpicking style, and supported by Mark’s solid and expressive bass technique. Sat 9/26 8pm| KARINA IGLESIAS| Soul R&B| $25-$35 Known as the sultry soul and R&B singer from NBC’s hit show “The Voice”, Karina was born and raised in Miami with Honduran parents. Her sound mirrors the diverse musical and cultural influences that have shaped her individuality as an artist. With a style inspired by rhythm & blues, boleros, gospel and hip-hop, Karina delivers her performances with the intimacy of a deep soul crooner and the conviction and drive of a dauntless female singer/songwriter. In 2013, Karina was a contestant on NBC #1 Hit TV Show, The Voice, where she made it to the Top 16 Live Shows. She was originally picked to be on Adam Levine’s team and was then stolen by Shakira after her epic performance of “It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World” by James Brown, which turned into a YouTube sensation. With her highly-focused artistic vision, rich cultural background and proclivity for harnessing a wide range of production techniques, Karina Iglesias brings forth a strong element of innovation and heralds a much-needed return to the authenticity of pure soul music. Her classically-trained voice paired with her emotionally charged, personal lyrics reveal a real true depth of character and vulnerability. Wed. 9/30 8pm |SHELLY BERG| Jazz| $25-$35 The Shelly Berg Quartet with Special Guest Dave Tull / Opening Act: The Stamps Jazz Quintet from the University of Miami Shelly Berg, virtuoso pianist and jazz educator extraordinaire, studied classical music at the Cleveland Institute of Music, and then earned Bachelors and Master degrees in Music, specializing in piano performance, from the University of Houston School of Music. He has recorded several critically acclaimed albums, including his CD, Blackbird, which reached #1 in US jazz radio (Jazzweek) and garnered Record of the Year and Artist of the Year nominations. Shelly was previously the McCoy/Sample Professor of Jazz Studies at the USC Thornton School of Music. He is currently Dean of the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami. Shelly will be joined onstage with master trumpeter John Daversa, jazz bassist Chuck Bergeron, and very special guest, drummer Dave Tull.