Thursday Night Jazz Salon Reservations

The Thursday Night Jazz Salon is presented each week at “Invention”, the elegant, intimate supper club, located on the 3rd floor of the Los Angeles Athletic Club (LAAC).

Because the LAAC is a private club, if you are not an LAAC member, you will be considered a guest of member David Ross.

Space is limited, and reservations, made here, are required. Consider that your reservation is confirmed, as long as you make it before 5:00 PM the day of the concert. We will email you only if space is not available, in which case, your cover charge will be promptly refunded in full.

The cover charge for non-LAAC members is $20/person, paid when your reservation is made.

Covered parking, at 646 South Olive Street LA 90014, immediately adjacent to the club, is available, with validation, for $10.

We will be dark on December 8 (Private Party) and December 29. Thanks for your understanding.

Please email with any questions.

Thursday Night Jazz Salon Reservations
Live Concert from 7:30 to 10:00 PM (Pacific). Restaurant and bar service from 5:30 to 10:00 PM. Dining during the concert is allowed. Assume that your reservations are confirmed, as long as you make them before 5:00 the day of the concert. We will notify you only if space is NOT available, in which case we will promptly refund any cover charges you have paid. IF YOU ARE MAKING YOUR RESERVATION AFTER 5:00 PM THE DAY OF THE CONCERT, FIRST CALL ANGELA ANDERHALT AT 213 625-2211 TO CONFIRM SEATS ARE AVAILABLE, BEFORE COMPLETING THE FORM BELOW.
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Ray Charles Raylette, Val Geeson, will sing on December 15!

Singer/pianist Betty Bryant will be back on December 22.

Singer, writer, pianist John Proulx is on hiatus until early 2023.



Ray Charles Raelette, Val Geeson, brings a big, beautiful voice, warmth and excitement to every performance!



A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Betty Bryant is a revered pianist/singer/songwriter, who plays solid jazz piano, and whose singing makes every song a story.

Betty’s career started in her hometown of Kansas City, where she was mentored by the great Jay McShann. She moved to the West Coast in 1955, where she immediately got an engagement at Beverly Hill’s famed “Ye Little Club”. T

In 1987 “Betty Bryant Day” was declared in Kansas City, and she was awarded the keys to the city. A famous photograph of Betty with Jay McShann hangs in the lobby of the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City.


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