Indie rock kids aren’t the only folks in town hosting killer house concerts. Once a month or so for the past two years now, jazz and spoken word artists have been grooving, riffing and improvising in a basement at 948 35th Ave. N., just a stone’s throw from TSU. We use the term basement loosely — yes, it’s the bottom of a residence, but the warm jazz-club vibe Kandes Dungy has created in the space is more inviting than many music clubs around town. The anniversary celebration features what amounts to a Nashville jazz supergroup, including Bela Fleck/Dave Matthews saxophonist Jeff Coffin, singer Annie Sellick, trumpeter Bill Fanning, drummer Derico Watson, keyboardist Chris Walters and Felix Pastorius — son of the late bass legend Jaco Pastorius and a bona fide bass phenom in his own right. And it’s a bargain at $12, particularly since you can bring your own booze and food. Reservations are recommended — call 944-5426.