The Greg Jones Project, Angelee Music and Swing that Cat

The Greg Jones Project, Angelee Music and Swing that Cat

Gable Music Ventures is proud to present this triple header featuring the Greg Jones Project, Angelee Music, and Swing that Cat. Come join us for an amazing evening of original music

Greg Jones Project

Between his husky voice, precise guitar playing and down-to-earth presence, Greg Jones generates a connective musical experience that hangs in the balance of an intimate improv jazz session, a groove-filled jam show and a chill coffee shop concert.

The singer songwriter from Levittown, NY, on Long Island started with formal piano training until age 14 and taught himself how to play guitar by watching hair metal videos on MTV. But Jones’ musical journey distinctly began one Saturday morning in 1977 during a PBS channel plea for public funding, when a clip of Otis Redding and his Blue Suit flashed across the screen as a voiceover introducing the evening program selection as 1967’s Monterey Pop Festival. Everything else vanished, time stood still, and Jones knew: “That’s what I want to do for my job!”

Influenced by artists including Stephen Stills, Jerry Garcia and Ray LaMontagne, Jones has been writing, performing and working his way up through the musical cracks of notoriety for over two decades. Whether performing in front of five people at a local tavern (waitstaff included) in Southern New Jersey, on stage at WXPN’s World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA and Wilmington, DE or at festivals in front of thousands, Jones’ intention never varies. He plays just as hard and sweats just as much, infusing every person present with a sonic dose of emotional energy to make the hair stand up on the backs of their necks.

Jones has developed a loyal following in South Jersey, where he moved with his wife Dena in 2001 to be closer to her family and start their own. He has since been focused on being an awesome dad to his two daughters Phee and Margot and played shows only once or twice a year to satiate the craving to perform live music. As the girls have naturally grown less dependent on him, Jones itch to play has surged to the surface. With a wide network already established from working in real estate, the supremely social musician has solidified a serious schedule of shows nearly every night at locales throughout the tri-state area.

Since the release of his debut solo album Like a Movie in 1999, Jones has written dozens of songs that he has been longing to record. Fast forward now, he can’t wait any more. Jones is currently all-consumed with recording and releasing his eagerly anticipated, lyrically charged and musically matured next offering with the help of his friends in Greg Jones Project, the Volume ONE EP.

Angelee Music

Angelee is a singer/songwriter based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has been providing Live Entertainment since 1999. Originally playing out of Blacksburg, Virginia, Angelee has played up and down the East Coast as well as Europe.

Swing That Cat

Swing That Cat! is a sonic cocktail: Take Early Rock and Roll, swizzle in Horny Swing, add a dash of Cabaret and splash of Bourbon Street, It’s not Retro – it’s a Revival. Inspired by Swing evolving into Jump Jive, Rock & Roll, and Bebop, this NJ-based female-led band has a seductive sound that makes their audiences shimmy and shake. Playing 120 shows in 4 years, Swing That Cat! were recently nominated for WSTW Hometown Heroes as Best Live Band.

$15 + Fees


Please be advised that if you’re attending a show at World Cafe Live at the Queen in Wilmington, you should make plans to dine elsewhere beforehand. There are two great restaurants right across the street and plenty of others a few blocks away – we recommend Merchant Bar, La Fia, Chelsea Tavern and Twisted Soul.

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