Only at Hal and Mal's - 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesdays
Make plans to enjoy great food, your favorite beverages and an (early) evening of live jazz with Raphael Semmes and some of the finest musicians in the area this and every Tuesday in May . Meet your friends or bring a date for this special Tuesday night treat featuring everything you love about Hal and Mal's...good food,the best beverages and LIVE jazz with Raphael Semmes.
Voted Best Jazz Artist in the 2017 Best of Jackson readers poll
We are Closed Today. There will be NO “Blues Monday”. Have a Wonderful Day!
This “Best of Jackson” winning Jazz artist takes the stage with some of his favorite local musicians. Performing 6-9pm. FREE in the Dining Room.
Described as, “Archetype of the new American vagabond,” Charley serves up a symphony of Delta blues, honky-tonk, gospel and Cajun jazz. Performing FREE in the Dining Room.
View great films in this festival event at Hal & Mal’s, hosted by the Oxford and Crossroads Film Festivals. Happening from 7pm – 9pm in Jackson Red Room. The event is FREE to the public. For more info Go HERE
Genre: Jazz / Gypsy Jazz / Swing Jazz. Performing FREE in the Dining Room.
An American hip hop recording artist and record producer.
THERE WILL BE NO BLUES MONDAY TODAY.
Bluegrass, Folk, Classic Country, Rock and Jazz. Three great singers with close vocal harmony arrangements. 7-9:30 PM FREE in the Dining Room.
A great bunch of musicians. FREE in the Dining Room.
Lead singer, guitarist and main songwriter of the alternative country/Southern rock band Blue Mountain. Performing FREE in the Dining Room.
7 to 9 p.m. The free screening is in partnership with Crossroads Film Festival and will showcase five films.
All Are Welcome Here is a short documentary on the Mississippi Coast's reaction to House Bill 1523 approved by Governor Bryant that gives people the right to discriminate against LGBTQ people based on their religious beliefs. 28:26.
Broken Paths is a music video filmed in Brandon, Miss. Created by Stace and Cassie and J. B. Lawrence. 4:44.
The Oxford community film Firemax features superheroes in the town of Oxford with no crime to fight. 10:00.
The short documentary Otha Turner digs into the archives to take us back in time to Labor Day 1978. In the late 1950's, fife and drum legend Otha Turner began hosting annual Labor Day picnics at his property in Gravel Springs, Mississippi. 6:02.
Shake 'Em On Down tells the story of Mississippi Fred McDowell, the godfather of the North Mississippi style of Blues. 56:40.