Frank Lacy Trio INC American Bar & Kitchen, 302 George St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge. Reservations
Robert Edwards Quartet Robert Edwards - trombone Charlie Sigler - Guitar Jared Gold - Organ Colby Inzer - drums Hyatt Regency – 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Corey Wallace Quartet Corey Wallace - Trombone, Nimrod Speaks - bass, Arco Sondoval - keys, and Sanah Kadoura- drums. Hyatt Regency – 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Mariel Bildsten Trio Mariel Bildsten - trombone Mike Noordzy - bass Misha Josephs - guitar INC American Bar & Kitchen, 302 George St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge. Reservations
Saxophonist Justin Jones with Gregory DeAngelis - trombone, David Zaks - keys, Ian Kenselaar - bass and Daniel Giannone - drums. Jam session at 10.30! Garden State Ale House - 378 George St. New Brunswick, NJ
NBJP: How old were you when you first played in front of an audience (beyond your family)? JJ: I was around 8 NBJP: If you could only own one CD what would it be? JJ: The trombone master JJ Johnson, Art Tatum's Capitol recording of Willow Weep for Me, Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, Coltrane Blue Train.....oops, too many and I'm only
Dave plays Thursday September 20 at Makeda! NBJP: What living musician do you admire most? Why? DG: Branford Marsalis is one of the most honest humans I've encountered. I see him challenging himself to perform in new and diverse settings. He's a keen observer of people, music and culture and he's very good at articulating his observations. I aspire to
MICHAEL DEASE PERFORMS THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 AT MAKEDA NBJP: What living musician has influenced you most?MD: The legendary saxophonist/composer Jimmy Heath continues to inspire me as a musician and a human being. NBJP: What would you want to be if you weren't a jazz musician?MD: That's tough. I've always thought highly of investigators, so maybe a Detective or Journalist.NBJP: If you could change one
Stafford performs Thursday May 31 at Makeda NBJP: How old were you when you first played in front of an audience (beyond your family)? SH: I think I was 10 or 11 years old. It was funny because during my first concert, I had maybe a 2 or 3 bar solo. Just 7-10 seconds. I was so nervous that my
Phillip played for us last week--Friday at Sophie's Bistro and Sunday May 27, at the Old Bay 25th Anniversary NBJP: What’s your favorite non-jazz tune? PM: Sir Duke- Stevie Wonder NBJP: What’s your least favorite sound? PM: The sound of car horns in traffic! NBJP: What living musician do you admire most? Why? PM: Kenny Garrett because he is constantly pushing his art