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Jazz Series at the Post

Posted By Charissa / January 21, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Jazz Series launches with Gonzalo Bergara Quartet

In the first of a special jazz series, we present the Gonzalo Bergara Quartet performing a fresh take on Gypsy Jazz and Argentine music.
Jazz series at the post The all-acoustic Gonzalo Bergara Quartet plays a modern variant of 1930’s Django Reeinhardt-inspired gypsy jazz.  After touring extensively with the John Jorgenson Quintet, Gonzalo Bergara has emerged a virtuoso composer and lead guitarist, mixing a cascade of arpeggios with the sounds of Paris and his native Argentina, to forge his own style of progressive Gypsy Jazz.
Bergara’s first CD, Porteña Soledad, was Editor’s Pick in Guitar Player Magazine, and Vintage Guitar Magazine called it a “masterpiece.” The Gonzalo Bergara Quartet consists of Gonzalo Bergara on lead guitar, Jeffrey Radaich on rhythm guitar, Leah Zeger on violin, and Brian Netzley on upright bass. Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France, as well as the traditional jazz and music of Bergara’s true home, Buenos Aires, heavily influence his compositions.
Special thanks to  Tybee Beach Vacation Rentals for accommodating our band.
The Details:
  • Friday, Jan. 22. Doors open at 7:30; show starts at 8 pm.
  • Tickets are $20 reserved seating; $18 Theater members
  • Online at, or call 912-472-4790, or at the box office.
Our concession stand serves beer, wine, soft drinks and hot movie popcorn.


“Ama and the White Crane,” Sat. and Sun. matinees, Jan. 30-31, 3 pm

Bring the whole family to see this stylish retelling of the Japanese folktale, “Ama and the White Crane,”  by Maureen O’Toole, performed by the all-new Islands High School Drama Club.

Inspired by the great Japanese theatre traditions, an imaginative blend of mystery, movement and music follows the journey of Ama and her puppet companion, the White Crane. Ama battles many forces in her epic quest to free her village from the power of an evil demon, while she is accompanied by a comic pair of samurai and servant.

Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 30-31, 3 pm matinee. Doors open at 2:30; curtain up at 3 pm

Tickets are $7 Adults; $5 Students, 17 and under.


Ladies of the Blues,  Sat. Feb. 13, 8 pm

A Valentine’s Special. Huxsie Scott and Danielle Hicks belt out the blues  in the first of a three-part blues concert series. This show features two female vocalists who follow in the footsteps of all-American vocal legends such as Bessie Smith, Etta James and Janis Joplin, among others.

Savannah legend Huxsie Scott will share the stage with the most talented Danielle Hicks.  Two contrasting styles full of emotion, passion and excitement will feature music of the heart

accompanied by everyone’s favorite Jared Hall on piano.  It is not surprising that these divas have chosen a Valentine theme to share with all who attend.

This Blues Series is sponsored by The Savannah Bee Company.

Sat. Feb. 13.,  Doors open at 7:30 pm. Show starts at 8 pm.
Tickets are $25 general admission; $22.50 for Theater members.

 A Tribute to John Prine, Sat. Feb. 20, 8 pm

The Accomplices Band and  Friends present a night of live music honoring folk  hero John Prine.

In addition to The Accomplices, featured performers include Folly Beach’s Dangermuffin and local favorites  American Hologram (Eric Britt, Craig Tanner, and Britt Scott),   Jason Bible (of The Train Wrecks), Aaron Zimmer (of  City Hotel), and many more.

Get your tickets early for this very special show in the intimate setting of the historic Tybee Post Theater. Three quart of the tickets are already sold out.

Sat., Feb. 20, Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8 pm.

Tickets are $25 general admission, $22.50 for Theater members

Tybee City Limits, Sun. Feb. 21, 8 pm.

The new year’s first Tybee City Limits, the Best in Live Local Music has a stellar lineup for this bluesy show. Our two headline bands are the Eric Culberson Band and the Greg Williams Band; and Crystina Parker is up as our solo singer/songwriter opening the show.

The Eric Culberson Band, like our two other performers, hails from Savannah and is steeped in the Blues tradition. They are a very popular, high energy three-piece band that has been on the road and entertaining audiences for more than 20 years.Greg Willliams’ brand of bluesy rock and pop has been heard in clubs and festivals from Savannah to St. Croix, sharing the stage with the likes of John Mayer, Shawn Mullins and Warren Zevon. And Crystina Parker, who also plays with the The Lovely Locks, is a storytelling raconteur and one of the most passionate hardest-playing songwriters on the Savannah scene. You won’t want to miss this show!

Sat., Feb. 20, 8 pm.  Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8 pm.

Tickets are $10 general admission, $9 for Theater members

“A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline,” Sat. Feb. 27, 8 pm

After hundreds of sold-out performances on the North American tour and an award-winning run in Branson, Mo., one of the hottest stage shows in America rolls into Tybee when we present the musical theater sensation, “A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline.”

The show traces the late star’s footsteps from her early honky-tonk days and radio fame through her rise at the Grand Ole Opry and triumphs at Carnegie Hall andLas Vegas.Written and conceived by Dean Regan, the musical reveals the emotional depth and range of a singer who defined the term “crossover hit” by dominating country, blues, pop and gospel charts simultaneously in the 1950s and early 1960s. Starring a powerhouse singer and actress who sings 22 of Patsy’s greatest hits including “Walkin’ After Midnight,””Sweet Dreams,” “I Fall to Pieces,” “Crazy,” “She’s Got You,” “Seven Lonely Days” and the title song, “Just a Closer Walk with Thee.”

Backed up by a band of singers and musicians, Patsy interacts throughout the show with Little Big Man, a disc jockey from her hometown in Winchester, Va., as well as a host of outrageous stand-up comics that serve as warm-up acts for her concerts and radio shows. You won’t want to miss this very special stage production!

Sat., Feb. 27.  Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8 pm.

Tickets are $25 reserved seating, $22.50 Theater members, $15 Students 17 and under.


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