Live at the UxLocale

See our full schedule of events here.

Performers include:

Mauro DePasquale’s Jazzed Up

Voted Best Entertainers in Worcester Living Magazine and nominated Best Jazz in the Pulse Music Awards. Jazzed Up offers a romantic blend of jazz classics and American songbook classics mingled with a stunning repertoire of original works by Mauro DePasquale.

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Dale Lepage

Offering a fresh and highly creative approach to the Great American Songbook. By boldly infusing jazz & swing, bringing you the best music of the Mad Men generation. Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Elvis, Michael Buble and more.

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Arbacia

Joe Cicero and Selena Wilson Reich, two seasoned musicians who bring their love of music making to life in a live performances throughout New England.

 


Mike O & Cam

Acoustic Strummings

Mike and Cam have been playing together for the last few years. They began playing during their time as roommates at UMass Amherst and have come a long way since then! Their musical range currently includes covers of old favorites and instrumental pieces, with original songs on the way. Their favorite songs are ‘Hey Hey What Can I Do’ by Led Zeppelin (Mike) and ‘Old Man’ by Neil Young (Cam). Both grew up in the Worcester area and work in Boston.

 


Carlos Odria

Peruvian-born guitarist Carlos Odria has been described as a “breathtakingly talented musician…with an immense technical skill” (Worcester Telegram) and as a “guitar wizard” (Gamble Rogers Fest). His original compositions and arrangements of jazz standards and Latin American tunes deliver an exciting blend of international styles such as bossanova, Afro-Peruvian festejo, rumba flamenca, and Afro-Caribbean vibes with an improvisational approach inspired by the rich tradition of American jazz.

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The Piano Man Topher Brew

Topher has 16 years of live experience entertaining bar patrons and crowds wanting to sing along to their favorite songs. Singing, rocking keys and strumming the ol’ six string is Topher’s claim to fame playing the greats, from Billy Joel and Elton John to Rihanna and The Backstreet Boys.

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