Third Coast SWing with Grant FLick
Memories of Montmartre
Friday, October 7th @ 7:30 PM
Third Coast Swing’s music is influenced by the late Belgium-born Romani Gypsy Django Reinhardt & his band, The Quintette du Hot Club of France — think Louis Armstrong with a French accent. Django Reinhardt’s music is steeped in the tradition of rich culture from Europe and blended with Swing era Jazz, later dubbed “Hot Club Music”. An excellent evening of stories and music, this concert filled with swing-era jazz and musette conjures thoughts of French cafés, traveling Europe, and swing dancing to Hot Jazz.
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- Masks are strongly encouraged and available as needed.
- Please do not attend a performance if you are feeling ill or have any symptoms of COVID-19.
Grant Flick of Bowling Green, OH, has been playing and performing for the past seven years on many instruments including violin, mandolin, and tenor guitar. Primarily, his interests are jazz/swing, bluegrass, and new acoustic music.
He has received numerous music awards including the 2013 Daniel Pearl Memorial Violin, and he was a 2015 finalist in the Walnut Valley Festival Fiddle Competition in Winfield, KS. Grant has taught workshops at the Tenor Guitar Gathering (Astoria, Oregon), the Falling Waters Music Camp (Ithaca, New York), and Augusta Bluegrass Week 2017 (Elkins, West Virginia). He has performed at the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Red Wing Roots Festival, Indiana Fiddler’s Gathering, and many other festivals. Frank Vignola, Mike Marshall, Julian Lage, and Darol Anger are just some of the notable musicians with whom Grant has appeared on stage. Grant is currently and undergraduate attending the University of Michigan studying Jazz Performance.