New Jersey Jazz Society

Saturday — Aug 15, 2015

Morristown Jazz and Blues Festival

The Green in Morristown, NJ
Free for the whole family!

Sunday — Sep 27, 2015

Monthly Jazz Social at Shanghai Jazz: Harvie S and Sheryl Bailey

Shanghai Jazz, Madison
Acoustic duo performing music from their brand new CD "Plucky Strum"

See our Events pages for more information regarding NJJS events.


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Our bumper July/August issue of Jersey Jazz is out - do you have your copy?

  • Do you have plans for summer yet? There are a number of jazz festivals happening in New Jersey during the next few months including the Morristown Jazz and Blues Festival on August 15, the Central Jersey Jazz Festival on September 18, and Jazz Feast on September 20. Other exciting events and festivals are advertised throughout this issue.
  • Schaen Fox interviews the beautiful vocalist Roseanna Vitro, who talks about her newest CD “Clarity, Music of Clare Fisher”. She also talks about the Voices of Jazz column she writes for Jazz Times (you can read them on their website) and also discussed the “Two Into One” duo record she’s planning to complete with Kenny Werner.
  • President Emeritus Jack Stine describes his encounter with Mr. Cab Calloway at Waterloo.
  • Jazz in July (six fabulous concerts) is happening at the 92nd Street Y, in Manhattan - get all the details in this issue.
  • Did you miss the Billy Strayhorn Orchestra concert in June, with an opening set by the Newark Academy Jazz Program? Read all about it!
In addition to many interesting pieces in this month’s issue, there are ads for dozens of opportunities to enjoy live jazz in New Jersey and its surrounds. To receive your copy of the Jersey Jazz Journal, become a member by clicking on the Membership tab above!
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