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SUNDAY BRUNCH with Molly Reeves, Chloe Feoranzo and Trey Boudreaux

Join us for Sunday brunch featuring a New Orleans ensemble of special talent and kindrid musical spirits Molly Reeves, Chloe Feoranzo and Trey Boudreaux. Some of the area’s finest old tyme and jazz musicians together in Lafayette for a rare show not to be missed.

SSI opens for Sunday brunch at 10 a.m. with live music between the hours of 11 a.m-2 p.m. Call 534-8112 for reservations

Molly Reeves

New Orleans-based guitarist and vocalist Molly Reeves has been called “a wise, old musical soul with a creative vision embodying decades of hipster musical experience”(locobop) and is quickly being recognized as a rising star in swing and traditional jazz circles. As a guitarist molly has forged a unique voice within the acoustic archtop guitar tradition As an accompanist Molly has gained notoriety for her hard-swinging rhythm guitar playing and become an in demand sideman among New Orleans hot jazz groups. She can regularly be seen performing as a member of the New Orleans Jazz Vipers--a veritable institution of swing music within New Orleans vibrant Frenchman Street scene. Molly has been called “a breathtaking vocalist, with a heavenly voice”(JazzdaGama)

Chloe Feoranzo

Chloe Feoranzo is a 26-year-old clarinet and saxophonist who has been performing professionally since the age of 15. She grew up playing in youth orchestras, musical pits, along with swing, dixieland bands and guest artist at festivals of the Southern California area. She just completed a three year tour with Pokey LaFarge. The band toured many countries and appeared on various shows like, The Late Show with David Letterman, Prairie Home Companion and the Grand Ole Opry. She now resides in New Orleans, LA as a freelance musician, full-time member of Shake 'Em Up Jazz Band and has been touring part-time with Postmodern Jukebox

Trey Boudreaux

Trey Boudreaux grew up in Lafayette, LA, surrounded by the sounds of French music and inspired by the constant flow of music his parents played in the house. Growing up learning music from his father and in school, Boudreaux developed skills in a wide range of musical styles that made him an in-demand bass player throughout his high school and college years. Trey has since brought his commanding and energetic groove to countless artists in South Louisiana, having also carved out a place in the New Orleans music community for a decade.

Earlier Event: November 8
JAZZ NIGHT with Delta Papa
Later Event: November 18
SUNDAY BRUNCH with Derrick Savoie