Miss Maybell & Charlie Judkins


Ragtime & Traditional Jazz

A Fantastic Night of Music


Why you should see this show….

“Miss Maybell plays banjo and taps her steel brushes on a tricked-out washboard. She also commands an impressive kazoo, but the secret weapon they unleash is Maybell’s vocals — deep and strong enough to join an angel choir with the likes of Bessie Smith and Billie Holiday.” – New Hampshire Magazine

“Miss Maybell (Lauren Sansaricq) and Charlie Judkins share a groove that is truly timeless.”- The Syncopated Times 2019

Miss Maybell has a vocal style that is similar to that of the classic blues singers of the era, ranging from Ethel Waters to Bessie Smith without copying any one vocalist. She puts plenty of bluesy feeling into the songs (which include both vintage blues and vaudeville-type songs), she swings, and she also plays washboard. Pianist Charlie Judkins is a ragtime and stride pianist and is very much a complete band by himself in addition to begin a tasteful accompanist. – LA Jazz Scene

“Judkins is a genius piano player, he plays the whole band in the best style” – Syncopated Times, July 2019

Miss Maybell & Charlie Judkins Bio
The perfect accompaniment to vintage and rare spirits is vintage and rare music. Miss Maybell & Charlie Judkins’ sound brings you back to an era when Prohibition made the public enjoyment of cocktails and jazz difficult. Fortunately for jazz and cocktail fans, you can very much enjoy Miss Maybell & Charlie Judkins’ 1920s sound while you sip comfortably on your cocktail. Their historic take on music is more than just for looks. Charlie Judkins’s ragtime piano work plays well with Miss Maybell’s vocal style. Miss Maybell offers up more than just Flapper-era vocals, during her performances she plays unconventional (by today’s standards) instruments including a washboard and even a kazoo. Truly a performance to behold, Miss Maybell & Charlie Judkins are not to be missed.
George Foley Bio
Pianist George Foley’s virtuosity, warmth and humor have endeared him to audiences for over thirty years. His wide-ranging repertoire includes jazz, rags and other gems from the ragtime era, standards from the teens, ’20s and ’30s, swing tunes, blues, short 20th century classical pieces and occasional forays into modern jazz and movie themes. George also sings in a style reminiscent of Fats Waller, Jack Teagarden and Mildred Bailey. George is in great demand as a soloist, with his own band and as a featured member of other bands. George’s ability to swing and improvise contribute to the intensity and drive of his performances. Audiences never fail to have a good time.

Dining Option

Purchase of a ticket to a show in the Supper Club ensures you will have a seat for the concert. One member of your party must make a table reservation, even if you do not plan to dine, so we may seat you together when you arrive. To make a dining reservation, click here or call our Box Office at (216) 242-1250. Click here to see the menu.

If you are attending with a party of eight or more, you must call the Box Office to make your reservation at (216) 242-1250.

To better serve all our customers, we require that you arrive on time for your dining reservation. Arriving more than 15 minutes after your reserved time will result in the cancellation of your reservation. You will be seated for the concert, but you may be put on a waiting list for dining.

Don’t forget, Music Box VIP members get in free to shows $12 and under.
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