O.Henry Jazz Series

Select Saturdays in the O.Henry Hotel Social Lobby
6:30 – 9:30 PM
| Never a cover! Arrive early for a seat!

About O.Henry Jazz Series


Cocktails and Jazz at the O.Henry is so much fun that we asked the amazing Victoria and Neill Clegg to curate an expansion of the O.Henry Jazz scene. On select Saturdays you can enjoy vintage craft cocktails and delightful seasonal tapas (see the menu) along with an eclectic array of jazz artists performing in the varied styles of contemporary jazz. Select Saturdays from 6:30-9:30 PM.

This is NOT the same experience as Thursday Night Cocktails & Jazz with Neill Clegg and Dave Fox. You can still enjoy their talents — along with those of a rotating roster of extraordinary Jazz vocalists — as they focus on the great American Songbook and beyond, Thursday nights from 5:30 – 8:30 PM.

O.Henry Jazz Series Schedule

O.HENRY JAZZ SERIES PACKAGE

Take advantage of our O.Henry Jazz Series Package, which includes one night’s gracious accommodations, preferred seating at our O.Henry jazz in the social lobby, $30 amenity voucher, a Southern-style breakfast for two and a late checkout.Package available select Saturdays. Some blackout dates apply.

Upcoming Performers

O.Henry Jazz Series featuring The Clinton Horton Group

October 1 | The Clinton Horton Group

O.Henry Jazz Series featuring The Benjamin Matlack Quartet

October 22 | Benjamin Matlack Quartet

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November 12 | The Reggie Buie Quartet 

O.Henry Jazz Series featuring The Benjamin Matlack Quartet

November 26 | The Benjamin Matlack Quartet

About the artists

The Benjamin Matlack Quartet

Boston-born trumpet player Benjamin Matlack fell in love with jazz after hearing the latin-infused style of Dizzy Gillespie. He has been playing and writing music ever since. A recent graduate of the Guilford College Music Department, Matlack has been exploring the jazz scene in Greensboro for several years now. He joins us for the O.Henry Jazz Series as part of a quartet made of musicians he has met along the way

The Clinton Horton Group

Clint Horton unknowingly launched his music career at the age of 5 when his mother persuaded him to sing a solo at his church by promising him a candy bar.  While in college Clint became the first vocalist for the Elon University Jazz band, “The Emanons,” which toured thru out The USA, Puerto Rico and Europe. They played Disney World, The New York Jazz festival, as well as The Grand Ball for The duke and duchess of Luxembourg. During his singing career, Clint has performed with several local and regional acts including The Monza’s, Clear Smoke, and The Lucius Wilson Band. He has shared the stage with numerous national acts including The Four Tops, Jerry Butler, The Classics Four, Joe Simon, Rufus and Carla Thomas, Percy Sledge, The Coasters and Jackie Wilson.In 2006 Clint joined The Magnificents Band as its lead vocalist. The Magnificents recently celebrated its fiftieth anniversary.  The band continues to provide the finest in classic soul, RnB, and beach music to a wide array of fans.

The Reggie Buie Quartet

Reginald Buie comes to North Carolina by way of Chicago, Illinois, and has performed around the Winston-Salem area since 1991. Reggie began his music studies at 8 years of age with private lessons, and later studied piano at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. Reggie next attended Florida A & M University where he was a member of the famed “Marching 100” playing the clarinet. While in North Carolina, Reggie has performed with and been mentored by many of Winston Salem’s’ local artist including Joe Robinson, Melva Houston, Janice Price, Cle Thompson, Brenda Morie, Galvin Crisp and is presently a member of the dance band Higher Ground. You can also hear Reggie playing keyboards on Joe Robinson’s second CD “Moving On”. Performing locally with the Joe Robinson Quartet, Reggie has been seen on stages in Greensboro, Charlotte, and Raleigh as the opening act for well-known artists such as Gerald Albright, & Boney James.