Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Ball & Chain in Miami's Little Havana Live Jazz Expands to Include Sunday Nights

More Jazz at Miami's
Excitement and 
Entertainment Epicenter! 

Kemuel Roig Latin Jazz Quartet
Every Sunday, 7-10pm

Born December 18, 1988 in Camaguey, Cuba, Kemuel Roig started his interest in music at the early age of four, where his first passion was to be a drummer. At the age of sixteen became a student of Miami Dade College, where studied Jazz music under the supervision of Dr. Michael Di Liddo, and Michael Gerber. Through out his life Kemuel has performed in tours, produced, and participated in recordings with great figures of the music such as: Arturo Sandoval, Giovanni Hidalgo, Chris Dingman, Issac Delgado, Amaury Gutierrez, Hilario Bell, Malena Burke, Marcos Vidal, Agustin Barreto, among others. Kemuel achieved his Bachelor's Degree at Florida International University, where he studied classical piano with Kemal Gekic, and Jazz with Dr. Michael Orta, and Dr. Gary Campbell. In 2015 achieved a Master's Degree from the "Frost School of Music", University of Miami under the studies of Mr. Martin Bejerano and Dean Mr. Shelly Berg. 

Upcoming Live Jazz Performance Highlights

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
June 16: Jazz Vocalist 
Kevin Mahogany



7 day live music venue

1513 SW 8th Street
Little Havana, FL 33135 

Live Jazz 
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday: 6-8pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 6-10pm
Sunday: 7-10p,
Cocktail & Socialize to real jazz,
by real people, in a real place!

of Miami's most exciting live music!

Hours of Operation: Mon-Wed Noon-Midnight, Thu-Sat Noon-3am, Sun 2-10pm. Happy Hour Daily 4-7pm. Tapas menu available all day & night. Inside table service is a first come first serve basis. After 8pm tables are only reserved for Bottle and Specialty Cocktail Pitcher service. For Bottle Service and/or Specialty Cocktail Pitchers table reservations email: For Special Event Planning CLICK HERE.

Ball & Chain is a historic and world famous live music venue located at 1513 Southwest 8th Street, Miami, FL 33135, in the center of Little Havana. The retro jazz bar on Calle Ocho was reborn in September 2014 as a live music venue with an authentic Cuban flare and meticulously redecorated in iconic 1950s Miami style by new ownership Ben Bush, Zack Bush and Bill Fuller.   Before the area became a harbor for Cuban refugees, the bar “On the Trail” (Tamiami Trail) from the mid-1930s to late 1950s was a popular late-night stomping ground for many of the world’s most famous jazz musicians including Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Count Basie, and Chet Baker.  The revived entertainment venue has reclaimed its reputation as a power player in Miami’s nightlife scene with a 3,000 square-foot interior and a 3,500 square-foot patio both outfitted for live music. The music scene at Ball & Chain infuses contemporary sounds with old school jazz and salsa. The venue features live music daily. The iconic bar features a top shelf and premium liquor bar, signature and special craft cocktails, as well as a Cuban inspired tapas menu.  Ball & Chain is open from 12PM to 12AM from Monday through Wednesday, 12PM to 3AM Thursday, Friday, Saturday and 2PM to 10PM on Sundays.  Happy Hour is Monday through Sunday starting at 4PM to 7PM featuring two for one specialty cocktails.  For additional info please visit
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