Free Live Music Series at Cumberland Mall: only good vibes

Discover a dazzling display of rhythm

The Cumberland Live Music Series brings an enticing mix of world-renowned artists and local talent straight to you (with awesome food on the side). Stop by after work on Thursdays from 5pm – 7pm to experience great music, delicious eats and good times.

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What: Jazz, classic rock and pop
When: Thursdays from 5pm – 7pm; September 21 – November 16
Where: Near the fountain


Thu, Sep 21

Nick Longo Band

Innovative Jazz & Pop! Nick Longo and his cutting-edge band perform with intensity and an energetic style like no other. Some of the best musicians you will ever hear.

Nothin from Nothin

by Nick Longo Band

Thu, Sep 28

Austin Adams

Crazy. Driven. Passion. Austin’s love for music comes from the songs he sings and the stories he shares. A musician but also a person, Austin’s musical craft and prowess is defined as much with style as it is with heart. More than just your average artist, Austin’s passion is writing and singing songs that create connection and carry memories.

Lost in Love

by Austin Adams

Thu, Oct 5

Robin Latimore and Friends

Robin is no stranger to R&B, Rap, Country Western, and other alternative genres. She is heavily influenced by her idols Phyllis Hyman, Lalah Hathaway, Oleta Adams, The Clark Sisters, Kim Burrell, Maysa Leak, and Jennifer Holiday.

Thu, Oct 12

The Mar-Tans

The Mar-Tans play New Orleans Funk and R&B along the lines of Professor Longhair, the Meters and Dr. John. They also mix in Memphis Soul, originals, jazz, blues, and Latin.

The Mar-Tans

at Juke Joint 2014

Thu, Oct 19

Latitude Adjustment Steel

For the past 10 years, Latitude Adjustment Steel has performed their mix of Calypso, Soca, Reggae, Latin and Pop. From Marley, Buffett, and Belafonte to Jason Mraz, Bruno Mars, Gotye and just about everything in between, Latitude Adjustment can provide the perfect tropical getaway music for almost any setting.

band photo

Thu, Oct 26

Joe Gransden Trio

Renowned first for the hard bop approach of his trumpet, Joe Gransden’s singing voice has been compared to that of Chet Baker and Frank Sinatra.

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Fly Me To The Moon