Lakefront Live! 2022

Lakefront Live! Returns to the Bath House Cultural Center! This global, eclectic, free concert series takes over the Lake Level with a dynamic mix of the Dallas area’s best musicians. These artists will draw you into their worlds with big sounds, intimate moments, and everything in between. With our unique semi-enclosed, indoor-outdoor performance space, you can sit up close or picnic on the lawn and enjoy the incredible sunsets at White Rock Lake.

Lakefront Live! concerts will run first and third Tuesdays from April through July. All shows begin at 7:30 pm. We have some seating available, but please feel free to bring your chairs and blankets!

April 19 – MAYTA

MAYTA is a blend of Latin American culture expressed in musical patterns. Peru, Mexico, and the U.S.

MAYTA is a natural and complicated relationship among brothers. Different perspectives and projections blend into a sometimes beautiful harmony and dramatic distorted effects. No fear for experimentation with sounds, grooves and emotions. The band has an always-evolving sound.

Mayta is composed of Bryan “The experience” Gonzalez on Theremin/atmospherics/keys, Renato on guitar/main vocals, and Victor “Chino” Rimach on guitar/keys/vocals.

May 3 – Jamal Mohamed

Jamal Mohamed has been a featured artist in many international music events having performed with Sting, Mark O’Connor, Giovanni Hidalgo and many other well known artists. He has presented percussion workshops at venues worldwide, including Berklee College of Music in Boston; the National Institute of Fine Arts in Mexico City; the Tokyo School of Music in Tokyo, Japan; the American University in Cairo, Egypt; the Center for World Music in Bali, Indonesia; and the University of Hong Kong, to name a few.

A native of Lebanon, Jamal grew up in the Chicago area, where he was exposed to rich blues and jazz traditions as well as the Middle Eastern music he heard at home. Known for his virtuosity on the doumbek, Jamal has incorporated many innovative jazz and Latin styles with this ancient instrument. He is acknowledged as a master craftsman and builds many of his own instruments. In 2010 Toca Percussion introduced the “Jamal Doumbek,” a signature drum he designed with Toca. In 2018 Toca introduced 5 new “Jamal” signature drums including riq (Arabic tambourine) and mazhars (Arabic frame drums).

Jamal was one of the founding members of the percussion group Ddrum, the 2010 winner of Drum magazine’s award for best percussion group. The group has been featured in two documentaries, one an Emmy award winning PBS short film that documents their travels and observations as related to World Percussion and the other, “Gamelan DDrum”, directed by John Bryant, about the group’s collaboration with composer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Stewart Copeland of the “Police”, and the Dallas Symphony.

Jamal is currently on the faculty at the “Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University” where he teaches percussion, and directs the “Meadows World Music Ensemble” He is also the founder and director of SMU in Bali”, a study abroad program that explores the arts and culture of Indonesia. He is also active as a performer currently with World Music group, “Mandala” and the improvisational group “Drum and Wind.”

May 17 – Dave Alexander Trio

Dave Alexander is a fifth generation musician and elite trumpet player. He has performed and recorded with some of the biggest names in country music such as George Strait, Willie Nelson, Asleep At The Wheel, Lyle Lovett, Randy Travis, Dwight Yoakam, Sheryl Crow, LeAnn Rimes, Tracy Byrd and Vince Gill.

Dave has also played with such greats as Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller’s Modernaires, Bob Hope, Mel Torme, and Frank Sinatra himself.

Dave has received five Hall of Fame inductions, six Will Rogers Awards and four Grammy nominations. He was invited to the White House to perform for Ronald Reagan’s Inauguration, and became the leader of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo house band soon after his appearance at the World Economic Summit, where he entertained President George H.W. Bush and eight other world leaders.

Dave Alexander’s talent, distinct style, relatability, and outgoing personality make him a favorite with fans, and his show delivers a high-energy arrangement of classic country music, contemporary country music, and western swing.

June 7 – Tatiana “LadyMay” Mayfield

Tatiana “LadyMay” Mayfield is a jazz/soul vocalist, musician, composer, and educator from Fort Worth, Texas. LadyMay has performed in various venues and festivals throughout the U.S. and abroad, which in turn have earned her rave reviews from listeners and musicians in addition to numerous awards. Some highlights of her career include performing with the legendary Cincinnati POPS Orchestra, having a #1 song on the UK Soul Chart, performing and teaching in Zhuhai, China, and receiving a “Legend In The Making” award at the annual “Dr. Marion J. Brooks Living Legends Awards” in Fort Worth for her accomplishments in entertainment and education. LadyMay has recorded three albums, From All Directions (2009), A Portrait Of LadyMay (2012), and The Next Chapter (2018). She has a B.M. in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas and an M.M. in Jazz Composition from the University of Texas Arlington. As an educator, Mayfield is an adjunct professor of commercial voice at the University of Texas Arlington and Dallas College-Cedar Valley Campus in Lancaster, TX.

June 21 – Mariachi Rosas Divinas

Mariachi Rosas Divinas seems an appropriate name for this divine all female group. Rosas Divinas have broken the mold when it comes to the beloved style of mariachi music. As the first and only all female mariachi in the DFW Metroplex and one of few in the Country, being different is not all that difficult. Lipstick smudges brass mouthpieces, long fingernails work perfectly for strumming guitars and glossy dark hair flows down the back of brightly coordinated outfits. Breaking away from traditional stereotypes, these vivacious women bring life back into a traditional music which began in the small pueblos of 19-century Mexico.

Desiring to perform the mariachi music she played in her hometown of Taos, New Mexico, Director Tabitha Sanchez Barrientos, sought out to find a team of like-minded musicians. “Playing with passion is the most important element when playing mariachi music,” she says ”But a commitment to musical precision is what we strive to be known and respected for.”

Bringing the heart-felt style of mariachi music with their precise musical execution is what sets these young women apart in a male dominated genre. All who see them perform agree that their enthusiasm and musical creativity breaths life into familiar trios, rancheras and traditional boleros. From being the first mariachi to ever play in the Gran Cayman Islands to sharing the stage with legends such as Fito Olivares, Graciela Beltran and Ozomatli, Rosas Divinas have been captivating audiences since their very first performance in 2005.

July 5 – Squeezebox Bandits

Join us for a special Squeezebox Bandits duo performance!

“The Squeezebox Bandits sound a whole lot like Texas. Their mix of Tejano and C&W reflects the upbringing of the quartet’s co-frontmen, Abel Casillas and Vincent Saldivar, who met as teenagers while playing a benefit concert at a jail in Fort Worth. The two grew up in the predominantly Hispanic North Side under the influence of a tapestry of cross-cultural music. The quartet has carved out a spot for themselves in Fort Worth’s music scene thanks in part to a relentless schedule packed with up to five gigs a week for the past two years, some good relationships, and a sound that connects with a wide audience, drawing in fans of Tejano and country alike.” — Fort Worth Weekly

July 19 – DAMOYEE

To provide a safer, more comfortable setting for the artists and the audience, this concert has been moved to our indoor air-conditioned theater

DAMOYEE is an award-winning, multi-hyphenate music artist (composer, musician, singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, and recording artist) from Dallas, TX. She is an adept multi-instrumentalist and vocalist classically trained with an affinity for pop, jazz, folk, and R&B. DAMOYEE’s most recent album, The Whole Truth, included the acclaimed single Independent that reached top 10 in Europe and top 100 worldwide on the indie charts. Known for her angelic vocals and ethereal harmonies, DAMOYEE has earned recognition Dallas Observer, Central Track, and legendary organizations such as DownBeat, YoungArts, and the Monterey Jazz Festival.

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