The Jason Cale Band

The Jason Cale Band

Jason Cale Band performs

February 23, 2024   |   7 pm @ Lyric Theater

Blending soulful blues rock, New Orleans funk, and jazz fusion elements into a style all their own,The Jason Cale Band performs Friday, Feb. 23rdat 7 p.m. at Lyric Theater in St. Paulin conjunction with Pro-Art’s W. Campbell Edmonds Concert Series. Full of heart and soul, theirmusic is inspired by the fearless musical offerings of the late '60s and early '70s. The band hails from Virginia Beach, but has taken the show on the road, touring nationally and internationally. Tickets are $15 at the door. Children and students get in free. Find more information and make reservations

Jason Cale is originally from the south,with roots ranging from New Orleans to Mobile, Alabama.He’sspent20 years as a professional musician performing all over the world with the Army and Air Force Bands,and hascollaboratedand touredwith artists including Grace Potter, Melina Leon, John Popper, Sandra Bernhard, Joe Bonamassaand many others. After retiring from the military in 2019 and gaining a deeper understanding of music, the music industry, and business, hefoundunity with bandmates equally passionate aboutmusic.The Jason Cale Band is Ed Williams on drums, Jason Cale on vocals/guitar, Jeffrey Saunders on sax, and Donnell Smith and Jacques Jones on bass.Learnmore about the band

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Pro-Art is supported in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts, which receives support from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the C. BascomSlempFoundation, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, Mountain Empire Community College, the Columbus Phipps Foundation, and the Lee County Community Foundation.

Category: Music