Bowmanville

Date

Apr 06 2020

Time

2 Shows Available
9:30 pm - 1:00 am

Cost

$10

Bowmanville

Showtimes:  9:30pm-11pm & 11:30pm-1am

Hailing from Chicago, Bowmanville strives to bring the hip sensibilities of Hot Club Jazz from 1930s Paris mingled with the influences born of Chicago’s global crossroads to a wider audience. Led by violinist Ethan Adelsman, with Graham Nelson on harmonica/vocals, Noah Plotkin on drums, Oliver Horton on bass, and Mason Jiller on guitar, the group draws inspiration from diverse musical backgrounds to push the boundaries of their craft, thrilling audiences nationally. Creating a simmering synergy of vibrant bouncing sound that crackles with electric energy, Bowmanville leaves listeners always hungry for more.

Ethan Adelsman was born with a violin in hand…well nearly. He has logged his time on the road playing searing violin pop solos with Scotland Yard Gospel Choir, as Associate Concert Master for the Western Piedmont Symphony in North Carolina, and with songwriter Tim Lowly.  Jason Miller is the earl of rhythm and the ace of the six strings.  Mason Jiller is equally at home thrilling live audiences in the numerous groups with which he lends his talent, as he is in crafting songs that cut to the heart.  Graham Nelson is a Chicago performer, storyteller, and avant-garde jazz musician.  He has been performing on stages in the US and abroad for the past 20 years, and lending the elegant, edgy, and unique sounds of his diatonic harmonica to a host of performances and recordings.  Noah Plotkin is a professionally trained Performance Drummer and World Percussion musician who is a 2007 graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston.  Oliver Horton moved to Chicago to pursue a career as a musician. He also plays with Gone Valley, NineWorlds Ensemble, Euphoria, and Bowtime and sings in common pulse.

Hourly Schedule

Nightly Showtimes (2 Shows)

9:30pm - 11:00pm
Bowmanville
First Show
11:30pm - 1:00am
Bowmanville
Second Show