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Find world-class music seven nights a week at Charleston Grill and enjoy a side serving of soul, blues and modern jazz with each course. Please note musicians are subject to change.
Gerald Gregory Duo. Both thrilling and transcendent, Gregory brings his soulful sounds and piano-style jazz to The Grill. 5:30–9:30pm
Bob Williams Duo. Equipped with guitar and violin, father and son pair up to play classical and contemporary covers. From Beethoven to the Beatles, this act always delights. 5:30–9:30pm
Duda Lucena is a fiery force for Brazilian melodies on the Charleston jazz scene. His serenading riffs are met with organic influences from a youth spent in Recife, Brazil. 5:30–9:30pm
Kevin Hamilton Duo. When Hamilton plays bass, you can feel the passion in every note. 5:30–9:30pm
Richard White Duo. A St. Louis native, White has played piano since the age of seven. His duo delivers perfectly harmonized notes that flow as velvety smooth jazz. 5:30–9:30pm
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