Erena Terakubo Quartet Erena Terakubo (saxophone) Takahiro Izumikawa (piano) Sam Bevan (bass) Nic Casioppo (drums) Thursday, March 1 8:00pm – 11:00pm Hyatt Regency – 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Lucien Barbarin Band Lucien Barbarin - trombone & tuba, Arthur Latin - drums, Andrew Fischer - piano, Mark Braud - trumpet, Michael Noordzy - bass, and special guest Jerry Weldon - sax Hyatt Regency – 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Ted Chubb Band Ted Chubb - trumpet Bruce Williams - alto, Seth Johnson - guitar, Tom Dicarlo - bass, Oscar Perez - piano, Alvester Garnett - drums Hyatt Regency – 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Jerome Jennings Trio Jerome Jennings - drums Craig Handy - sax Ben Paterson- organ INC American Bar & Kitchen, 302 George St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge. Reservations
Winard Harper and Jeli Posse Winard Harper - drums Anthony Ware- sax Tedd Chubb - trumpet Tadataka Unno - keys Vince Dupont - bass Hyatt Regency – 2 Albany St. New Brunswick, NJ No cover charge.
Brandon performs Wednesday April 18 at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick NBJP: How old were you when you first played in front of an audience (beyond your family)? BW: I was fourteen years old and performed "The Pink Panther" theme for a talent show at summer camp. Although I left the stage, I was told I got a standing ovation!
Camille performed with the Badd Azz Jazz Women of Mimi Jones Band on Thursday, March 22 at Makeda NBJP: What’s the worst job you ever had? CT: To be quite honest, I don't think I ever had a terrible job, fortunately. I always look at negative situations as "how can you make the most/best out of it?" and I just
Sharel performs Thursday March 15 at Makeda NBJP: Other than the instrument you play, what instrument would you like to be able to play? SC: I always wanted to play the acoustic bass. Maybe that's why I like to write for it so much, a way of living vicariously though bass players. However, now that we have one I don't even touch
Bruce Williams performs with his quartet, Thursday February 23 at Makeda NBJP: What living musician do you admire most? Why? BW: Gary Bartz. He is sort of a painter and a poet when he plays. He's always stood for something and has presented his ideas in an intelligent and soulful manner. NBJP:What would you want to be