The Trap Jazz Giants perform on South on Main stage tonight

Trap Jazz GiantsThe Trap Jazz Giants are bringing the fireworks to the South on Main stage on Friday, July 5!
Show begins at 10 pm. Advance tickets for $10, or $15 cover at the door. Tickets do not guarantee a reserved seat. Please call South on Main to reserve a table at (501) 244-9660.
Trap Jazz is a new genre of music birthed out of the original art forms of contemporary and Jazz standards with a baseline and core of traditional Hip-Hop. The giants of this genre are Phillip “Philli Moo” Mouton and Quincy “QNote” Watson.
Philli Moo is molding his legacy as a premiere saxophonist, in addition to his skills as a singer, producer, and drummer. He is the former student of legendary jazz trumpeter Clark Terry Ron Carter,the great saxophonist and music aficionado Gerald Johnson, and his father, pianist Carl Mouton.
QNote is a Little Rock native with global awareness. He combines his Southern background and his many travels seamlessly into Songwriting, Rapping, Producing, Podcasts, Live Sound Production, Film and Documentaries, Musical Directing, Arranging, and playing Bass Keys, Guitar, Piano, and Organ. Trap Jazz is the foundation of a solid musical future. Together these giants of Trap Jazz bow before the legends of classic music while towering in their new territory of sound.

Trap Jazz Giants at South on Main!

Trap Jazz GiantsJazz fans in Little Rock can enjoy an evening of trap jazz with Trap Jazz Giants at South on Main on Friday, April 5! Show begins at 10 pm. Advance tickets for $10, or $15 cover at the door.

Tickets do not guarantee a reserved seat. Please call South on Main to reserve a table at (501) 244-9660. You must prepurchase tickets in order to confirm your reservation.

ABOUT TRAP JAZZ
Trap Jazz is a new genre of music birthed out of the original art forms of contemporary and Jazz standards with a baseline and core of traditional Hip-Hop. The giants of this genre are Phillip “Philli Moo” Mouton and Quincy “QNote” Watson. Philli Moo is molding his legacy as a premiere saxophonist, in addition to his skills as a singer, producer, and drummer. He is the former student of legendary jazz trumpeter Clark Terry Ron Carter,the great saxophonist and music aficionado Gerald Johnson, and his father, pianist Carl Mouton.

QNote is a Little Rock native with global awareness. He combines his Southern background and his many travels seamlessly into Songwriting, Rapping, Producing, Podcasts, Live Sound Production, Film and Documentaries, Musical Directing, Arranging, and playing Bass Keys, Guitar, Piano, and Organ. Trap Jazz is the foundation of a solid musical future. Together these giants of Trap Jazz bow before the legends of classic music while towering in their new territory of sound.

A Night of Trap Jazz and Slam Poetry at the Clinton Presidential Center

Join the Clinton Presidential Center for a performance by Philli Moo, Qnote, and the Trap Jazz Giants. The program will begin at 6pm tonight (February 16).

Trap Jazz is a new genre of music birthed out of the original art forms of contemporary and Jazz standards with a baseline and core of traditional Hip-Hop, created by Phillip “Philli Moo” Mouton and Quincy “Qnote” Watson.

The program will also feature an appearance by Crystal C. Mercer, and will open with the Writeous Poets, a group of Little Rock teens who perform slam poetry. The Writeous Poets were established in 2002 under the sponsorship and guidance of Leron and Stacey McAdoo. Mrs. McAdoo was named the 2019 Arkansas Teacher of the Year and is a teacher at Little Rock Central High School.

Local Live tonight features QNote at South on Main at 7:30pm

llsom qnoteTonight at 7:30pm, join the Oxford American magazine for this week’s Local Live concert at South on Main, featuring QNote!

As always, Local Live is free and open to the public. To guarantee a table/seat for this popular series, call ahead at (501) 244-9660. Local Live is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the Ben and Jane Hunt Meade.

Quincy “QNote” Watson is a Little Rock native with global awareness. He combines his Southern background and his many travels into songwriting, rapping, producing, engineering, and playing various musical instruments. He’s played nationally as well as locally, including at his Alma Mater Philander Smith College.

In addition to his technical aptitude for music, he is also a performer, a part of the rap duo Griff and QNote. Several of the songs from Soul South Age were performed on the historic steps of Little Rock Central High School to honor the Little Rock Nine and their sacrifices for social justice. He is also a member of TP and the Feel, fusing the genres of Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, and R&B. As a solo artist and producer, QNote remains in that vein, using his craft for a purpose, employing music as a healing agent for truth and justice.