Jazz standards and some originals with vocals, bass and piano. Relaxing atmosphere with good food!
Brunchtime at Perch on the roof. It's a great hang! The Fabulous Todd Hunter Trio will provide your entertainment!
Come on out this Saturday, 12 to 3pm for some good music, food and drink. I highly recommend the Bloody Mary.....very spicy! Todd Hunter (me) on keys Ryan Roberts on bass Dan Schnelle on drums
No Cover. Brunch. Good food, good music, good drinks.
Fun music, no cover.
Sounds Like: Ahmad Jamal, Bill Evans
Label: Dexterity Records
Bio: Todd's first and strongest influence is his father Bill, a brilliant jazz pianist. While growing up in San Diego, Todd was introduced to many of the top local jazz musicians. His parents' house became a gathering spot for late night jam sessions and a starting point in the development of his soun...See Full Bio
“While these two CDs sound a bit different from one another--Dig It has a more intimate feel, and the brass sounds a bit softer and mellower, while Have a Nice Trip is a wilder, more rambunctious younger brother--Hunter firmly puts his signature sound and style up front in both recordings. First of all, he must love percussion. He employs quite a few drummers and percussionists on both CDs including Aaron Serfaty, Mike Gutierrez, Raymond Pounds (great name for a drummer!) and Cassio Duarte, and he always gives them plenty of space to run and create lots of excitement on stage. Second, he's a truly balanced pianist when it comes to sharing the stage. He never recedes into the background, plunking the odd key just to remind everyone he's still there. While he's extremely generous with his fellow musicians, his piano is also the beacon, and there's no doubt that the leader of this band is the guy sitting on the skinny wooden stool. ”