t's been a treat to host such a wide variety of live music so far at the new Grimey's. We've had full-on rock bands, soul music, electronica, hip hop, Americana and bluegrass just in our first 6 weeks on Trinity. Now I'm super stoked to announce that our first jazz act will grace the Grimey's stage this Friday, November 16th, at 3PM! Marcus Tenney, Morgan Burrs, Corey Fonville, Andrew Randazzo, and DJ Harrison are Butcher Brown. Pulsing from the nerve center of Jellowstone Studios in Richmond VA, Butcher Brown takes careful note of the history and legacy of jazz and throws caution to the wind with wanton abandon. Garage punk jazz funk on the low end of the dial gives way to delicate and elegant compositions as the band shows off without trying. These are not just players, these are musicians. The band settles into nuanced grooves with an innate respect for the past, a reverence for the Headhunters, Stevie Wonder, the Meters and the voodoo of the tape machine on their new direct-to-disc album, 'Camden Session.' Recorded at Mark Ronson's Zelig Studios and cut live to disc at Gearbox Records in London using their legendary all-analogue signal path. This in-store is a little earlier in the day than usual, due to the band's load-in at Marathon Music Works, where they will open for Kamasi Washington later that night. Don't miss this one, folks.