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SAVE THE DATE!

 

For our 50th Anniversary Benefit Concert

 

 

Sunday, October 9th

3:00 - 5:00PM

Dolan Hall / Saint Elizabeth University

Morristown, NJ

 

 

“A Legacy, Two Legends, and the Great American Songbook -

A Celebration 50 Years in the Making”

 

Honoring & Featuring

 

Bill Crow & Houston Person

 

with

Larry Fuller, piano/Co-Musical Director

Matthew Parrish, Bass

Jason Tiemann, Drums

Don Braden, Tenor Sax & Flute/Co-Musical Director

Warren Vaché Jr., Cornet

Lucy Wijnands, Vocals

NJJS 2022 Scholarship Winners

 

More information to follow.

Magazine of the New Jersey Jazz Society

If You Aren't an NJJS Member, Here's What You'll be Missing in the July/August Issue of Jersey Jazz:

  • Live at the Lighthouse: Gene Perla Remembers Elvin Jones
  • Jersey Jazz Live! Evan Sherman ‘Homecoming’ Quartet
  • Preview of William Paterson Summer Jazz Room Series
  • Rising Star: Baritone Saxophonist Austin Falvey

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