Another Jazzy NYC weekend
Another night of Jazz and dinner with David Friday night. At Jazz Standard: Charles McPherson/Tom Harrell Quintet - Charles McPherson AS, Tom Harrell Trp, Ray Drummond Bs, Chuck McPherson Dr, Don't know on Piano (supposed to be Aaron Goldberg).
Sunday night, right here in Hartford at the HJS Dinner at Black Eyed Sally's; Nat Reeves Quintet. Nat on Bass,Tony Reedus, drums, Anthony Wonsey, piano, Jovan Alexandre, saxophone, and Josh Bruneau on trumpet.
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Friday October 10 7:30pm - Spris Jazz City Jonathan Chatfield - piano Jovan Alexander - tenor sax Stephen King Porter - bass Jason Williams - drums
10PM - The Society Room (formerly Jack Blacks) Badal Roy Quartet and Special Guests: Badal Roy - Tablas Kenny Wessel - Guitar Steve Gorn - Bamboo Flute Daniel Moreno - Percussion Special Guests: Dave Liebman - Sax Michael Henderson - Bass
Saturday October 11 11:00 PM - Fengs Mario Pavone Sextet Mike Di Rubbo - Alto and Soprano Sax Lauren Sevian - Baritone Sax Kris Allen - Alto Sax Michael Musillami - Guitar Mario Pavone - Bass Curtis Torian - Drums
Sunday October 12 7:30PM - City Steam Wallace Roney Quintet Wallace Roney – Trumpet Antoine Roney – Saxophones & Bass Clarinet Rashaan Carter – Bass Aruan Ortiz – Keyboards Kush Abadey – Drums
Live jazz at 55 bar
Monday night Sep 30, on a whim, hopped a train NYC. Met up with son Dave and headed down to the Village to catch one of those great Mike Stern appearances at 55 Bar. How about $15 cover (which includes 2 drinks), and you get to see a world class giant of jazz/fusion guitar, Mike Stern (along with Kim Thompson (d), Tom Kennedy (b)). We were sitting so close to the action, I had to occasionally duck to get out of the way of his guitar. I shot a video and posted it on YT.
also, a few days before Sep 25 caught Conference Call at Willimantic’s beautiful Capitol Theater.. Conference Call is: Gebhard Ullmann (bass clarinet, bass flute, tenor and soprano saxophones); George Schuller (drums); Joe Fonda (bass); and Michael Jefry Stevens (piano).
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