Wednesday, July 31, 2013

BLUES POWER w/ Gil Anthony TOP 30 - AUGUST 2013

BLUES POWER w/ Gil Anthony (2013 Keeping Blues Alive Award Winner)
TOP 30 - AUGUST 2013

Blues Power Top 30...August 2013...Broadcasting from WVVL, Enterprise, Al..Sunday 6-11pm cdt..WWNT, Dothan, Al..Monday 6-11pmcdt and also heard on The Path 106.1, Tallhassee, Fa...Sunday 7-9pm edt....all shows are streamed on station websites and

1...James Cotton...Cotton Mouth Man....Alligator
2...Brandon Santini...This Time Another Year...Swing Suit
3...Var. Artists..Remembering Little Walter...Blind Pig
4...Gina Sicilia...It Wasn't Real...Vizztone.
5...Danya Kurtz...Secret Canon Vol 2...MC
6...Healers...Live at Knuckleheads..Bluestar Connection
7...Too Slim/Taildraggers..Blue Heart..Underworld Rec
8... Buddy Guy...Rhythm & Blues...Silvertone
9....Omar Dykes...Running' with the Wolf..Provogue
10..Roomful of Blues...45 Live...Alligator
11..Watermelon Slim...Bull Goose Rooster..Northern Blues
12..Big Joe Shelton...I'd Never Let Her Down..45 Alt Rec
13..Candye Kane...Coming Out Swingin'...Vizztone
14..Eugene Hideaway Bridges...Roots and Vines...Armadillo
15..Delbert & Glen...Blind, Crippled and Crazy..New West
16..Eric Hughes...Drink Up...I-55
17..Rb Stone...Loosen Up...Middle Mountain Music
18..Jamie Eubanks..Live at the BBC
19..Lurrie Bell...Blues in My Soul...Delmark
20..Riders..Can't Get Enough...429\
21..Big Al & Heavyweights...Sunshine on Me..Blusiana Music
22..Tedeschi Trucks Band..Made up Mind ..Masterworks
23..J.T. Lauritsen..Play by The Rules..HRC
24..Jeff Jensen..Road Worn & Ragged..Swing Suit Rec
25..Mighty Mike Schermer..Finedog Rec
26..Tommy Z...Sometimes..
27..Taildragger...Stop Lyin'..Delmark
28..Jon Zeeman...Down on My Luck..Membrane Rec
29..Ursula George..One Steady Roll...TommyTiger
30..Moreland & Arbuckle..7 Cities...Telarc

Also receiving airplay...Studebaker John...Kingsville Jukin'
                                         Jim Shaneberger...Work in Progress
                                         Johnny Sansone...Once it Gets Started
                                         Little Bit A Blues...Live at BB Kings Bluesville
                                         Todd Wolfe Band..Miles to Go
                                          Little G Weevil...Moving
                                           Tommy Malone...Natural Born Days
                                          Brian Lee...In Orbit

Mailing Address:
Gil Anthony
1301 Alexander Dr. #K-81
Dothan, AL 36301

Phone: (334)718-1736    

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Little Mike and the Tornadoes – Bringing it Back Home from Europe!

Little Mike
The Tornadoes

Hotter than the weather!

Little Mike took The Arts Garage by storm and then took off to Portugal to headline the BB Blues Fest and do some touring in Spain and The Canary Islands. Now he is back in the area for a couple weeks before hitting the blacktop hard again in September and October.  If you want to check out some great photos and vids from his travels head on over to Facebook and connect with him there: .


August 2, 2013, 8pm, Free
111 E. University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601

August 3, 2013, 8pm
1 Minuteman Causeway
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931 (321)783-2250

August 9, 2013, 9pm
114 S. Park St.
Sanford, FL 32771 (407)328-4848

August 10, 2013, 3-10pm
2441 NW 43rd St.
Gainesville, FL 32606

August 16, 2013, 8-11pm
McCall’s Tavern
999 Alvarez Avenue
The Villages, FL 32159

August 17, 2013, 7-10pm
65 N Main St.
High Springs, FL 32643

August 23, 2013, 8-11pm
2017 NE 27th Ave.
Gainesville, FL 32609

August 24, 2013, 8-11pm
5862 N. Oceanshore Blvd.
Palm Coast, FL 32137
(386) 597-2888

Booking Contact
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R.I.P Warren Edward Kime, 85, of West Palm Beach, Florida and Chicago, Illinois

Warren Edward Kime, 85, of West Palm Beach, Florida and Chicago, Illinois passed away peacefully on Sunday, July 21, 2013 at the Hospice of West Palm Beach. Born in Collins, Iowa on January 6, 1928 to Charles Edward Kime and Faye Lynch Kime, he grew up in New Hampton, Iowa. He studied trumpet with his father, Charles, and was presented as a child prodigy at 10 years old. He won many national music awards as a child. When his father died he was 11 and started directing his own life; put aside his coronet; took up sports; started hitchhiking to Waterloo to help earn money for the family by playing in their night clubs and staying with a close friend of the family at night. 
Four years later Warren was drafted into the United States Army to serve in Europe during World War II and was part of the late Glen Miller Army Band "It's All Yours". Drafted again into the Korean War in 1950, at the request of his commanding officer he became bandleader of the Special Services Show in Korea and Japan improving the morale of our soldiers. His show was called "Take Ten" and played in rice paddies while "tom tom's" flew overhead. 
After an honorable discharge as Staff Sergeant he joined the Ralph Marterie Band in 1952 and also enrolled in the GI Plan at Northwestern University Music Department. He met his first wife, Donna, at Northwestern when she sang with his vocal group. He joined the CBS Studio Chesterfield Show in New York in 1953. Later he joined Cesar Patrillo's CBS Radio Program. He performed on many commercials and in jazz clubs with his Brass Impact Band. He recorded several albums for Command Label with his band, as well as albums of his own compositions. He also was one of the few outstanding jazz recorder players in the world bringing an ancient classical instrument into the 20th and 21st century. When he became a member of the Baha'i Faith in 1969 he created a Children of Time Road Show. With his first wife, he took it to several colleges sharing the Faith. In the year 2000 he retired with his second wife, Sheila (who is an artist), to West Palm Beach. His wife, Sheila; son, Larry; daughter, Julie; 8 grandchildren and 6 great children survive Warren.
Services were held at the Palms West Funeral Home and the National Cemetery on July 24, 2013 in Florida. Palms West Funeral Home & Crematory Royal Palm Beach, FL 561-753-6004 
Published in Chicago Tribune on July 27, 2013

Addional info:
The Holton T100x Trumpet is a Kime model made in the 1980's endorsed by Chicago trumpeter Warren Kime. The T100x was developed by Larry Ramirez in collaboration with Warren Kime. It was modeled after a Benge and had an extremely open leadpipe and lightweight bell as well as an adjustable gap receiver. 

"Warren comes from a musical family. His father, Charles Kime, was a concert band leader who played cornet with John Phillip Sousa's band. His grandfather, Warren Winfield Scott Kime III, was a composer, concert violinist and piano teacher."  

More info on Warren to be added to this blog as it becomes available.

My search has ended...(and we think that is only until the next one starts for Allen Kanovsky!)

Submitted by Al Kanovsky 7/31/13

...after many years of searching for the tropical paradise where I could live out my remaining years, I found it in Lake Worth, Florida. You think I'm kidding? I am not. Last night I finally made it to a joint called Havana Hideout. It is "beach". Not on the beach but beach just the same. Thatched roofs, sand, all kinds of beer, Mexican food and to top it off, Latin JAZZ on Tuesday night. My natural home away from home. The band is known as "A Finka Funk" and led by keyboardist Tom Regis. He has surrounded himself with superior musicians, Tommy Benson(guitar), Phillip McCarthur(bass guitar), Nelson Colon(congas/vocals) and an old favorite and friend Raoul Hernandez on drums. Senor Hernandez plays a six cymbal set. Tom plays 2 keyboards with a Korg accessory. Most importantly they play Latin JAZZ. It is the music where my soul lives. They were just starting when I arrived with Tom saying to the band "Let's warm up with a BLUES". Warm up they did with a clave` tempo rendition. A marriage of my favorite musical genres. I settled back to enjoy the sounds and the ambience. Is beer signs on the walls and Landshark umbrellas over the tables ambience?? To me it is all the ambience I need when the music is this good. They continued with a ballad in G minor where Tom and Tommy had the chance to show their romanticism. Next a Tommy Benson original titled "Don't It Feel Good". It featured a dissonant chord accent. When asked, Tommy said it was a "13 raised 9 with a 7th on bass." I am too embarrassed to ask any one if that is really a chord. Raul took a turn in displaying his vocal "chops" with "Son de la Loma", 'Song of the Mountains". Son is a Latin rhythm that precedes them all and to which native populations dance 'guaguanco' read dance of freedom. They concluded the first set with Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage" which transitioned to Pancho Sanchez's "Cosinando Suave`." At the beginning of the 2d set they did the usual routine of acknowledging a birthday. It was Phillip McCarthurs recent bride Kaz Silver(Vocalist). TheY did a Latin JAZZ version of the tune and I couldn't resist asking the lovely birthday girl to dance. Being a musician herself you know she had rhythm. Bob Taylor(keys/percussion/melodica) joined the band and the 2d set was in full swing with Raoul and Tom's original "I Wish I Was There". The program continued with all original melodies including "Simply the Best", "Biscundo Guajera" =I am searching for my woman, "Opa-tunity" And "Rhumba Cubano". All outstanding examples of the talent of these musicians. Joining me in the audience was Jeff Abbott of the SugaWack (Link I) band. They play what is called 'spontaneous JAZZ'. I say that's what JAZZ is all about. Spontaneity and imagination. SugaWack (Link II) has a CD release party at the "Beat Cup" in Delray on August 24. If you like the 'beach bum' lifestyle or just Latin JAZZ I highly recommend the 'Havana Hideout' and Tom Regis on Tuesday night. It's a long ride home but the Real Tracy Fields (913 WLRN FM) is an excellent riding companion.       

Al's Disclaimer:
A short note: The reason I write this is because I love music and words. I do not book acts. I do not promote acts. I do not accept invitations to review artists. I go to venues of my own choice. When and where is not influenced by anything other than who I would like to hear that night or day. If I don't like what I hear, I won't write about it. When I like it I let you all know. I never mention a name without asking permission. "Pardon me, Miss. Would you like to dance?"       

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Southwest Florida Blues Society Regional International Blues Challenge (IBC) Competition Announced

Attention Musicians & Blues Fans!!!
 International Blues Challenge Notice:

Musicians, are you interested in National and International visibility?  Possibly picking up some new gigs or touring options.  Having the potential of signing with a major record label and gaining the level of recognition needed to work with some of the industry’s leading agents, promoters or producers? 

 You should!  Enter in the “SWFBS Regional I.B.C. Competition”, your "Road To Memphis!", scheduled for Sunday, September 15th. 2013 at YABO’s restaurant in Ft. Myers. 

 Winning this regional competition and the opportunity to compete in the 2014 30th International Blues Challenge (IBC) held in Memphis, Tennessee January 21 - 25, 2014, could provide you with some if not all of the options we’ve mentioned above.

Don’t wait to register

Slots are filling up and we have a limited number available.
For Competition Information, Rules and Registration Links go to:

 email us at or call Kevin or Jennifer Barry at (239) 898-2939.
Mark your calendars, Sunday, September 15th, to attend the competition.  
“A Great Show for Blues Fans”,

It will be open to the public and members will receive a discount at the door.

Swing All Stars – Dance and Concert Debut at Arts Garage this Saturday

Things are SWINGING at
ARTS GARAGE in August.
You’ve heard it!
Come do it!

Arts Garage has searched high & low
for the best in jazz & blues!

Saturday, August 3, 2013
7pm FREE Swing Dance Class with Izzy Shniadoski,
Director of Swing Affair
Bring your dancing shoes and swing the night away on the Arts Garage dance floor with the high-energy, finger-poppin’, high-steppin’ live band. Swing All Stars at Arts Garage will feature: Brenda Alford - vocals, Paul Shewchuk - leader/bass, Jesse Jones, Jr. – saxophone, flute, and vocals, Mike Orta – piano, Kevin Campfield - drums/vocals.  $25, open seating in advance, no tables. $5 more at the door.

Arts Garage
180 NE First Street, Delray Beach FL 33444
$25-$35 Adv/$5 more at door. Limited seating.

BYOW ~ Bring Your Own Whatever!
Bottle of wine or other favorite beverage,
hor d’oeuvres or munchies,
making the cultural experience affordable to all!

Upcoming Summer 2013 Arts Garage Performances

Performing together for over 30 years, Nakasian and O’Brien have entertained audiences all around the world as featured artists. Pianist O’Brien brings spirited tempos and seasoned pure style as he sets the standard from ballads to bebop. Featuring vocals by Nakasian who evokes Fitzgerald and Vaughan, and their 19-year-old daughter, jazz singing sensation Veronica O’Brien.

“Vocal virtuosity…broad range of material that showed [Nakasian’s] assurance on easygoing ballads, soft, Brazilian scat singing, and punchy pep songs.” – The New York Times

The League of Women Voters and The Arts Garage invite you to an exciting evening of music, wine, food and dancing to breathtaking jazz of the Charmaine Forde Band.

Proceeds will benefit the outstanding work that the League to educate ALL the citizens of Palm Beach County. The goal of this evening is simple: See old friends make new ones and have fun!!!

Blues for the 21st century, featuring Longineu Parsons and Ted Shumate, that will take you from Louis Armstrong to Howlin’ Wolf to Miles Davis to Jimi Hendrix and beyond. Parsons has been hailed by critics internationally as one of the world’s finest trumpet players. He also performs on recorder, flute, percussion and is a vocalist. Acclaimed worldwide, guitarist Ted Shumate has performed and recorded with some of the most famous musicians in the history of jazz and blues.

“Professional, classy, smooth, sophisticated and urbane.”Jazz & Blues Florida Magazine

Friday, August 23, 2013: Jazz Project, 7:30 PM
An enthusiastic and charismatic performer who is also subtle and refined, Jantzen is on her way to becoming a major name in the overlapping worlds of jazz, cabaret and classic American pop music. She has the rare ability to reinterpret standards and make vintage songs sound fresh, new and topical. Her warm voice and swinging style, combined with a large repertoire, result in consistently memorable performances. She is never shy about embracing melodies and lyrics from the Great American Songbook, bringing out the hidden beauty in both, but her renditions are never predictable.
“Her voice is as rich and honest as you could ever hope for. Driving alone on a dark highway, that’s the voice I’d want to hear.” –Wayne Downing

Linda Witsell continues her traditions of communing and jamming on straight-ahead jazz and contemporary styles. Linda is something of an inconspicuous insurgent in the regional jazz kingdom. Her adeptness on flute is sweet and particularly outspoken. She’s got big, healthy, highly individual ideas on flute, and about how to push jazz beyond its own boundaries.

Friday, August 30, 2013: Jazz Project, 7:30 PM
The Fourth World Ensemble, emerging in 2007 from Monasterios’ desire to experiment with the fusion of Latin Rhythms, World Music and Pure Jazz, features Monasterios on piano, accompanied by percussion, drums, bass and saxophone. The ensemble performs all original music composed and arranged by Silvano. Exhibiting an insatiable appetite for challenge and change, Silvano brought his new quintet into the Savant studios and recorded eight new and innovative compositions. Featuring an assortment of indigenous percussion instruments and rhythms, the Ensemble’s latest work is most likely destined to be classified as “Latin Jazz,” yet it is totally devoid of the Latin clich├ęs often encountered in “pseudo-Latin” jazz. Instead, it showcases the talents of an artist with a deep understanding of his complex Venezuelan roots combined with an Austrian-Germanic-European compositional heritage, and who, at the same time, is steeped in the great American jazz tradition.

Voted “Best Jazz Musician in Miami” (2009) by Miami New Times, Venezuelan pianist- composer Silvano Monasterios leads the way as a top-rated figure. “From the shortest phrase to the longest, though the language of jazz is obvious, his own sound and style has, and will ever be refreshing to me.” Jeff Laibson, Downbeat Magazine

An internationally renowned artist, Russell Malone is one of today’s most commanding and versatile guitarists! He has performed and recorded with some of the highest profile artists including Diana Krall, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, B.B. King, Natalie Cole, David Sanborn, Shirley Horn, Christina Aguilera, Harry Connick, Jr., Ron Carter, and Sonny Rollins. Malone was named Guitarist of the Year by the Jazz Journalists Association in 2011 and he played on three Grammy-nominated albums with vocalist and pianist Diana Krall.  Malone was also a featured performer in Robert Altman’s 1996 film “Kansas City.”

“Mr. Malone… hasn’t tried to reinvent the guitar: in his standard, soft tone you hear Wes Montgomery, George Benson, some B.B.King. But as a performer he maintains a high rate of astonishment, and with traditional materials, his ability to get inside swing rhythms or bruisingly play a narrative blues, causing great tension and then easing off it.”  New York Times

“Malone’s technical ability has few peers. Blinding speed aside, he’s capable of the kind of chordal harmonics first introduced by the late Canadian guitarist Lenny Breau, but he’s taken the technique one step further.”  All About Jazz

Saturday, September 14, 2013: Jazz Project - 8pm

Sammy Figueroa has long been regarded as one of the world’s great musicians and has twice been nominated for Grammy Awards. As one of the world’s leading percussionists he has played on countless records, providing the rhythmical framework for hundreds of hits. Well-known for his versatility and professionalism, he is one of the few percussionists equally comfortable in a multitude of styles, from R&B, rock, pop and bebop to Latin, Brazilian and New Age. As one of New York’s most sought after session players, Figueroa played on countless albums, jingles and film scores and appeared often with The David Letterman Band and The Saturday Night Live Band. He has recorded and toured with Miles Davis, the Brecker Brothers (for 12 years!), Sonny Rollins, Michel Camilo (who wrote the tune “And Sammy Walked In” in his honor), Chaka Khan, David Bowie, and Mariah Carey. Figueroa’s famed sense of humor, ebullient personality, and open-heartedness is famous within the music industry and has made him a favorite with musicians and audiences alike. While continuing his career as one of the world’s leading sideman (for the last three years touring with Sonny Rollins), Figueroa has now established himself as a bandleader and artist. Figueroa has also been included in The Grove‛s Dictionary of Jazz.

“Sammy Figueroa is truly jazz greatness.” — Miami New Times

“What can you say? Sammy is the Cat! He has long been regarded as one of the premier musicians in the world.” – Drummer’s World

Friday, September 20, 2013: Jazz Project, 7:30pm

Sanchez is a multi-dimensional musician, a master of both Latin rhythm and the musical language of jazz, both deeply rooted in his persona. A formidable piano player, he has collaborated with many bands and top studio musicians in the South Florida area, and has also been honored for his work as performer, arranger and producer on two Grammy Award nominated albums. From Lima, Peru, Sanchez was born into a musical atmosphere and began playing piano at 11. He journeyed to the US and settled in Miami, where he played and studied with jazz legends such as Jim Gasior, Israel Lopez (Cachao), Mike Gerber, Mike Orta, and Eddie Barzola, who took him under their wings. He also polished his classical piano techniques with Diana Molinari and Cassandra Hanna at Miami Dade College and Leonid Treer at Florida Atlantic University. Sanchez participated as a musician, arranger and was involved in pre-productions on the album, “Blown Away”, which featured Arturo Sandoval and Frankie Marcos and was nominated in 2005 for a Grammy for Best Instrumental Album. Also, he co- produced, performed and arranged for the album, “La Onda Latina,” in conjunction with Frankie Marcos & Clouds, which was nominated also in 2005 for Best Traditional Tropical
Album. Additionally, Sanchez has worked on numerous projects with Grammy-winning producer, Glen Kolotkin, who is known for his work with many great musicians including Carlos Santana on the album, Supernatural.

Saturday, September 21, 2013: Garage Blues, 8pm

Barrelhouse Chuck draws on a distinguished lineage to create a blues, boogie-woogie and barrelhouse piano style that places him at the forefront of a celebrated tradition.  Grammy Award nominee, and BMA Pinetop Perkins Piano Player of the Year nominee, Chuck is the only Chicago blues pianist to have studied under Sunnyland Slim, Pinetop Perkins, Blind John Davis, Detroit Junior and Little Brother Montgomery. Over last 30 years, Chuck developed his formidable mastery of blues piano and went on to perform or record with most of the notable Chicago blues musicians-people like Jimmy Rogers, Eddie Taylor, Kim Wilson, Hubert Sumlin, Otis Rush, Louis Myers, Buddy Guy, and Big Smokey Smothers, among many others. His recording credits reads like a Who’s Who of modern day Chicago blues. During the past three decades Chuck has played all over the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South America and tours Europe regularly. He has also appeared more than a dozen times at the Chicago Blues Festival. Even though most of his teachers have passed on, Barrelhouse Chuck has become one of the bearers of the flame, and keeps both their spirit and music alive, passing it along where ever he plays.

“You got soul, man!” Eddie Kendricks

“Can you leave tomorrow? I want you to join my band.”  Albert King

Saturday, September 28, 2013: Jazz Project, 8pm

Critically acclaimed saxophonist, bandleader, and composer, Uri Gurvich blends the sinuous sounds of the Middle East and Hebraic folk melodies with thoughtful harmonies and brawny rhythms to create a unique jazz experience. Born and raised in Israel, Uri Gurvich won the Jazz Player of the Year competition in Israel before relocating to Boston to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music studying under Joe Lovano. He has played at prestigious jazz festivals and venues in Europe, South America, Japan and the US, including Lincoln Center and Blue Note. Gurvich is an in-demand saxophonist who won also acclaim as a leader with his 2009 debut, The Storyteller, which was released on John Zorn’s label – Tzadik Records. Featuring Leo Genovese on piano, Peter Slavov on bass, Francisco Mela on drums and Chris Cheek on tenor sax, some of the most prominent voices on the contemporary New York jazz scene. The music places Israeli, Yemenite, East European and North African music into a progressive jazz context. Uri and his quartet released their second album in April 2013 featuring Moroccan multi instrumentalist, Brahim Fribgane.

“It’s meta-world jazz, and it’s breathtaking.” Washington City Paper

“Gurvich presents a compelling and strikingly original program that is imbued with beautiful, soulful melodies and brimming with ecstatic improvisation” Jazz Times

7/19-8/11, Wed-Fri, 7:30pm | Sat, 2pm | Sun, 7pm

Featuring 24 of Garland’s greatest hits, including “Get Happy,” “That’s Entertainment,” “The Trolley Song,” and of course, “Over the Rainbow.”  An unforgettable musical portrait of a child actor turned Hollywood star who captivated a nation with her spectacular talent and tumultuous life.  “My history of my life is in my songs.“– Judy Garland

About Arts Garage
Arts Garage is the venue of choice for a diverse array of local, national and international performers, as well as the preferred destination for those in search of arts seekers and aficionados. Established in April 2011, its mission is to collaborate with emerging artists and cultural innovators to facilitate an exchange of art and ideas and present cutting-edge, interdisciplinary performances and exhibitions.

Located in the heart of Delray Beach, at 180 NE First Street in Pineapple Grove on the ground level of a parking garage, Arts Garage seeks to transform Delray Beach into a boutique metropolitan city through arts and culture. The venue’s casually intimate ambiance reflects the feel of its City, and the Garage’s BYOW policy is avidly applauded.

For more information on Arts Garage, performances and booking tickets, visit the organization’s website:

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Blue Tuesdays at Boston’s on the Beach – THAT’S LIVING LARGE!

Blue Tuesday -

The Epicness Continues…

Aug 6: Eric Culberson
All the way from Savannah
Y’all come now!

Aug 13: Famous Frank
& The Nucklebusters!
Come to the beach and get BUSTED!

Aug 20: Soulfonic Groove
Memphis comes to you!

Aug 27: Josh Rowand and The Pitbull of Blues Band
Let the blues bite you!

Boston’s on the Beach
40 South Ocean Blvd (A1A)
Delray Beach FL 33483

8:30-11:30pm, Cover $5-$10

More Great Upcoming Shows!

Sept 3: Dr. Lee & The New Regulators

#250 Blues Tuesday
Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton
We be cooking!

Sept 17: Damon Fowler Group

Coming to town to tear things up!

Always a great time.
Every Sun: Grateful Dead Night (7pm)
Every Mon: Reggae Night (10pm)
Every Thur: Classic Rock Night (9pm)
And other great music throughout the week.

Come early for a fantastic ocean-view
dining experience upstairs at Ocean 50.
Luxurious setting and a spectacular view with
the finest food & service around.

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