Due to the inclement weather
Jazz at MOCA
We look forward to welcoming you to the museum on September 12th for the opening of the South Florida Cultural Consortium exhibition.
Friday, August 30, 2019, 8pm | Free. Rain or shine.
Gaucho takes its name from an album done by Steely Dan, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers who helped define the soundtrack of the ’70s. Is it jazz? Rock? Fusion? Acid? Metal?—Whatever you call it the level of musicianship is at its height. Their presentation is flawless. Every solo is a lesson in performance art.
Led by bassist James McCoy with saxophonist/vocalist Greg Diaz, pianists Pete Wallace or David Siegel, guitarist Lindsay Blair , and other outstanding musicians, Gaucho faithfully recreates the music of Steely Dan to the delight of audiences throughout South Florida. Expect to hear all your old favorites: Peg, Rikki Don’t Lose that Number, Reelin’ in the Years, Bodhisattva, Deacon Blues, Babylon Sister, and many more top hits.
Open 7 – 10pm, pay as you wish for admission to the museum during Jazz at MOCA.