Candace and Robert Maché are a musical couple living in Memphis, Tennessee. Candace sings Torch Ballads, Cocktail Jazz,Americana, and Blues, while Robert plays guitar and mandolin. They also perform as a 3 piece with rhythm guitar, and have a jazz 5 piece called Candace Maché and Swinging Machetes. Both Candace and Robert are members of the Dan Montgomery 3+2, and Robert performs internationally with Dayna Kurtz, as well as being a member of Continental Drifters.
By the way, it's pronounced like "Paper- maché".
Free outdoor event on a Sunday evening in downtown Memphis at the historic Court Square gazebo. Join Candace and Robert with the swinging band featuring Jim Spake, Carl Casperson, and Earl Lowe. Bring the cooler and your dancing feet!
The Continental Drifters ride again! Robert Mache, Peter Holsapple, Vicki Peterson, Mark Walton, Russ Broussard, and Susan Cowsill reunite for 2 shows at SXSW. $25 at door/ 21+/no advance ticket sales.
The Continental Drifters ride again! Robert Mache, Peter Holsapple, Vicki Peterson, Mark Walton, Russ Broussard, and Susan Cowsill reunite for 2 shows at SXSW.
Socially distancing will bring us closer together! We have multi-instrumentalist Lannie McMillan blowing your minds, James Cunningham on the skins, Scott Reed on the upright bass, and Robert Mache on guitar. Candace Mache leads the band in a merry dance. Get on the good foot and come out and DANCE!
Tonight we're gonna rock away all your blues!
Candace brings her swing band for a Shriner's tea dance. First performance is by the Shriner Big Band, followed by Candace's 5 piece dance ensemble. This is a beautiful ballroom, so feel free to take to the dance floor!
Creative Aging sponsors Candace and Robert at the JCC, singing golden old old oldies.
Nothing says NOLA like great music and great food. Enjoy them both at the 14th annual Crescent City Blues & BBQ Fest, October 18-20 at Lafayette Square Park.
Presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Fest features three days filled with live blues and jazz performances, a local art market and some of the best BBQ vendors throughout the Crescent City. The fest is free and open to all.