Sauerkraut Seth presents: Julia Gottlieb and the Hudson Standards and Miss Maybell and the Jazz Age Artistes
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmClub Helsinki
$16.00 - $18.00
This event is 21 and over
Many of our shows sell out well in advance. All sales are final; no refunds and no exchanges.
For General Admission shows, tables and seating in the club can be guaranteed only with a dinner reservation. General admission does not guarantee a seat.
Flash photography is prohibited. We are a 21+ club. Younger audiences may attend shows when appropriate and with permission from Helsinki Management only.
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Sauerkraut Seth Travins is a sauerkraut maker, singer/songrwiter and upright bass player. He is best known for his work with the Wiyos, but also has played with Tracy Bonham, Lauren Ambrose, and his own trio Chops and Sauerkraut . He and Julia Gottlieb were part of the Blue Ribbon Boys of the Berkshires back in the mid Oughts.
Brian Kantor has played drums with the Fruit Bats, Walter Martin, Blake Hazard, Yellowbird, The Two Man Gentleman Band, Vetiver, The Defibulators, and many more.
Tony Kieraldo grew up in rural Wisconsin where he began playing piano at age four. He later attended Interlochen Arts Academy and New England Conservatory. In 2017, Tony musically directed and conducted the critically acclaimed Opera, The Mother of Us All, with favorable reviews from The New Yorker and The New York Times. He currently works as a musical director for Harmony Project Hudson, National Dance Institute, and Celebrate The Beat. Tony also plays keyboards with the rock group Bash & Pop.
Tony has performed at the White House in Washington D.C. with Sarah Jessica Parker, Keb Mo and Bernie Williams for first lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama as part of the President's Council for Arts & Humanities called Turnaround Arts whose goal is to turn around failing public schools through the arts. In 2018, He's performed with Taboo, Citizen Cope and Lil' Buck at the Kennedy Center with Turnaround schools from across the United States.
Charlie Judkins is a practitioner of Ragtime, Traditional Jazz and Blues piano, as well as a lifelong Brooklyn native. He began playing piano in 1997 at age six. In 2007, he was introduced to the music of Jelly Roll Morton and immediately began studying traditional ragtime and blues piano. Shortly thereafter he came under the informal tutelage of several highly-regarded pianists including Terry Waldo, Mike Lipskin, Ehud Asherie and the late George Mesterhauze.
His piano playing has been in high demand at various public and private events in the New York City area since debuting as a professional pianist at Greenpoint's now defunct Manhattan Inn in the Summer of 2010. He has also entertained at clubs such as The Dead Rabbit, The Jalopy Tavern and The Astor Room. He also works as a silent film accompanist at various theaters in the New York area, and recently began providing piano scores for silent animation archivist Tom Stathes's series of Blu-Ray releases.
Kaia Updike played violin, keyboards, bass and flute for “Lex Grey and the Urban Pioneers” from 2012 -2018, providing tracks to the latest two of the band’s seven original albums. She attributes her love of tradjazz to her father, (a stride piano player) and is influenced by Stephane Grappelli and Stuff Smith. She has also performed as a bassist for the Club Med Artist Programme since 2010 and the NYC Clapton tribute “Slowhand”, and plays keyboards for several Long Island female fronted bands including “Army of Eve”. She loves to discover and back rising singer songwriters such as Emma Temkin of the Barrytones.
Miss Maybell is a one of a kind contralto singer, musician, and band leader specializing in a classic Vintage Jazz, and Blues sound. Miss Maybell recently sang with the the phenomenal award winning jazz band Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks (who famously did the soundtrack for the HBO Series Boardwalk Empire). Miss Maybell has played shows and Festivals all around New England and in New York City and has been tremendously well received! Some venues worthy of note is the legendary venue Club Passim ( in Boston) The Press Room (in Portsmouth N.H.) , Acoustic Artisans (Portland M.E.), The Refinery Hotel (NYC) , The Flatiron Room(NYC). Miss Maybell has played shows all across New England and has been featured on several TV and Radio stations like: 100.1 Radio Woodstock , WMWV, WMPG Portland, WNHN Concord. Her music has also been featured on WMUR-TV an affiliate of ABC. Miss Maybell was also featured on Dan Aykroyd's Blues Radio Program "Blues Breaker". She was also awarded by New Hampshire Magazine “Best of N.H. 2016”, for Best Americana Music!
"Miss Maybell plays banjo and taps her steel brushes on a tricked-out washboard. She also commands an impressive kazoo, but the secret weapon they unleash is Maybell’s vocals — deep and strong enough to join an angel choir with the likes of Bessie Smith and Billie Holiday." - New Hampshire Magazine
405 Columbia St
Hudson, NY, 12534