Natalie's presents the Tony Monaco Quartet in concert, featuring Tony on the Hammond B-3, Derek DiCenzo on guitar, Randy Mather on sax, and Aaron Scott on drums. Tony Monaco began his keyboard life at age eight, on the accordion. When he was twelve, his destiny as a jazz organist was sealed when he first heard Jimmy Smith. An enthusiastic student, Tony began working in Jazz clubs as a teenager in his native Columbus, Ohio, guided by local organ gurus Hank Marr and Don Patterson In 2000, Tony released the critically acclaimed Burnin Grooves and the international success of the recording served as the catalyst for regional and national tours. An ardent student of the Hammond B-3 organ, it's no surprise that he is an accomplished teacher as well. Tony continues his mission to raise awareness and appreciation of jazz organ and its importance in genres as diverse as traditional Gospel, R&B and Modern Jazz.