7th Street Big Band


7th Street Big Band was conceived in the depths of East San Jose by our drummer and fearless leader, Gabby Horlick. Gabby had always dreamed of starting a big band, and in 2013, she was finally able to to make it a reality. It’s been a difficult journey, but four years later, we’re still going strong—We’re not your grandparents’ big band—we’re bringing some of the hippest beats and rhythms to the table, and we’re ready to get funky.




Brittany Biala Jazz Combo


Brittany Biala hires, manages, and works with local jazz musicians to provide entertainment for public and private events. This can include availability as a duo, trio, quartet, etc. We can provide varying styles of music for any event. Past venues include the Saratoga History Museum, Gordon Biersh Brewing Company, Hakone Gardens, Villa Montalvo, J Lohr Winery, De Saisset Museum, Bible Way Christian Center, Live Music at Noon at San Jose State University, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, Cathedral of Faith, Hammer Theater, The Art Boutiki, Biltmore Hotel, The Fairmont Hotel, Saint James’ Park, The Westin San Jose, various private residencies, and more!

My Shining Hour- Harold Arlen

Cat Battles- Joshua Redman

Breath- Ben Wendel

Freight Trane- Tommy Flanagan

So it Seems- Chris Cheek

Days of Wine and Roses- Henry Mancini

On the Sunny Side of the Street- Jimmy McHugh

Find More Recordings at:  https://soundcloud.com/brittany-biala


Amy Unauthorized

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Amy Unauthorized began as a dream to put a soul band together. Drummer and Musical Director Cory Graves had always appreciated the genre as a whole, and later fell in love with the idea of doing a project based around Amy Winehouse’s music. Though the seed of an idea was there, he found it difficult to find the right people for this project.
However, with the help of guitarist and friend Chris Motter, Bay Area bassist Jacob Freedman, and the inspired recruitment of their peers from around the Bay Area, the band was soon assembled – all that was left was to bring this wonderful music back to the stage.


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