111 E. Second St.
Clayton NC 27520
The Black Market Trust is a traditional pop/vocal jazz group from Los Angeles who combine the sounds of the legendary American crooners with the fire and energy of Gypsy Jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. These five world-class musicians have recorded and performed on the world’s biggest stages with music’s most renowned artists. The band capitalizes on their experience and pedigree to deliver a high energy, crowd pleasing performances filled with some of the best songs ever written.
The live show features material from The Great American Songbook infused with Django’s romantic and virtuosic flavor, some intricate vocal harmonies and a dash of Rat Pack-style comedy. Audiences are transported as The Black Market Trust meld two distinctly different vibes – one, a gypsy campfire; the other, a slick metropolitan nightclub – into a cohesive, stylish sound.
With their latest album, II, The Black Market Trust has created an organic new sound that is daring, fresh and exciting, yet somehow still familiar and inviting. Combining old world romance with new world form, The Black Market Trust brings you a simple, elegant and well-defined classic sound.
Know Before You Go
- All seating is reserved.
Tickets to this performance will be sold as reserved seating with no spacing between seats. One-third of the auditorium (rear sections on the main floor and part of the balcony) will be available for distanced seating should you decide to move your seat when you arrive for the show (subject to availability).
- Patrons who feel ill are asked to stay home. Patrons who are unable to attend due to illness should contact the box office prior to the start of the event to discuss their options.
- The health and safety of our patrons, performers and staff is our top priority. Should any of our health and safety guidelines change prior to a show, ticket holders will be notified as soon as possible.
- The use of face masks is required at The Clayton Center. We ask that all patrons, regardless of vaccination status, wear a face mask throughout the performance.