Myron Walden Quartet Myron Walden - sax Akiko Tsuruga - organ Bob DeVos - guitar Chris Smith - Drums Hyatt Regency - 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Bob has performed for NBJP several times, most recently with Akiko Tsuruga on September 6 NBJP: If you were about to have your last meal, what would it be? BD: My Grandmother's pasta with sparerib sauce. Since it would be my last meal to heck with the cholesterol! NBJP: What’s your favorite jazz club to go to if you're just going
ED CHERRY PERFORMS THURSDAY JULY 26 AT MAKEDA (seven questions kept the integrity of the lower case letters used by ed) NBJP: What living musician do you admire most? Why? EC: my guitar instructor bruce johnson... completely unknown to the general public but new york musicians from my generation and just before me know him or have heard of
GUITARIST MISHA FATKIEV PERFORMS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 7-10PM AT GLASS WOODS TAVERN AT THE HYATT NBJP :If you were about to have your last meal, what would it be? MF: Depends on who's cooking! Ha:). Seriously though, I love lamb kebab NBJP: What’s your favorite jazz club to go to if you're going to hang? MF: It's always a blast
Guitarist, Abe Ovadia, performs next Tuesday, Valentine's Day at Makeda. NBJP: Other than being a musician what’s the best job you ever had? AO: Camp counselor for 2nd graders! NBJP: What one word would your friends use to describe you? AO: Eccentric NBJP: What's the one thing about you few people know? AO: I used to work for Carnival Cruise Lines as
NJBP: Other than being a musician what’s the best job you ever had? KB: Lifeguard!!!!!!!!!!! Outside in a bathing suit all day an twirling a whistle! Kate Baker NBJP: What one word would your friends use to describe you? KB: Kind NBJP: What's the one thing about you few people know? KB: I am deathly afraid of heights. NBJP: How old were you when you
NBJP: If you could live anywhere on the planet, where would that be? DS: In a country and a planet where people had learned to get along with each other and had the compassion to help those less fortunate, and would work together for that goal regardless of their political affiliation NBJP: You are a musician, is there another art