smooth jazz

Smooth Jazz Beer & Brunch

Harold Dawson’s brand of smooth jazz will set the mood for this month’s brunch with Chef Jamie!
Chef Jamie’s brunch menu includes:
*Breakfast taco – sausage or bacon
*Breakfast sandwich on English muffin
*Beer cheese bennies
*Biscuits & gravy
*Monte Cristo
*Waffle sandwich
*Brunch burger
*French toast
*Fruity Pebbles French toast
*Cocoa Pebbles French toast
*Hash brown casserole
*Whiskey river rolls

Saxophone and Brunch

Saturday, March 26th, join us for brunch and smooth jazz. located at The Holiday Inn Hopkinsville Conventional Center next to the Bruce. Live music will begin at 11am-2pm.
100 Tilley Wy, Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Reservations Available Call
The Holiday Inn: 270-887-8600
Tell them you want to make reservations for the brunch.

Morning brunch & live music

Saxophonist Harold Dawson will be playing during brunch on March 19th. Located at The Holiday Inn-Hopkinsville.
Enjoy the morning listening to Smooth jazz while eating a delicious meal.
Reservations are encouraged! Please call the Holiday Inn-Hopkinsville to make your reservations at 270-887-8600.

Live Music – Jazz Night with Harold Dawson – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, March 14th for jazz night at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Harold Dawson Jr. is a smooth jazz saxophonist who fell in love with the saxophone at age of 13. He heightened his music talents through middle school and high school teacher, earning his first solo “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. Dawson’s favorite artists are Kenny G, Dave Koz, and Boney James. He dreams of becoming a famous saxophonist and continuing to bring back the art of smooth jazz.

Expansion Grand Opening – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

It’s been a long time coming but it’s worth the wait!

Hopkinsville Brewing Company cordially invites you to their Fat Tuesday celebration for the unveiling of their expanded facility. The Seafood King will be serving traditional Mardi Gras dishes at the patio and saxophonist Harold Dawson will be lighting up the taproom with New Orleans-style Jazz.