Central Florida Jazz Society August 2005 October 2006 WUCF’s was recognized BILLY HALL and he was Call for Volunteers awarded a full The staff at WUCF are gearing up for TRIO… scholarship to Florida A & M the second of our bi-annual fundraisers this year, to be held October 16-22. As THREE TIMES University. After always, they desperately rely on volunteers to staff the phone lines during this critical college Billy THE JAZZ!! relocated time of year. Without good-hearted folks like you in the phone room, they miss to Miami, calls which could mean unmet ﬁnancial working as On August 20 the CFJS will present goals. So, for those of you who are a producer the Billy Hall Trio. This promises to be LOCAL, following is the schedule they and recording one of the mostentertaining of the year! need to ﬁll: artist for You can see by the bio about Billy, he’s a Monday thru Friday: 7am-6pm (most Bass Station very talented and dedicated jazz musician. especially from 7-10am and 5-6pm) Records. His performances are heard on Please join us and make this a successful Saturday: 8am-2pm (most especially many recordings from their studios during concert. during “Jazz on the Beach” from 10am-2pm) the ’80s. While in Miami, he traveled the Billy Hall is an accomplished Sunday: Noon-4pm (“Jazz with world for twelve years as a headliner for pianist, arranger, composer, producer and John Segers”) and 7-9pm (“David Dees’ Cunard Cruise Lines. Walt Disney World music director. His love of music takes Bluegrass Show”) discovered Billy in Miami and brought him from church on Sunday to jazz & Please e-mail or call Pat Stucky to him to Orlando. blues... with a little classical twist thrown schedule your time. You will receive some In 2003, Billy was selected by The in for good measure along the way. personal training on the phone room Steinway Piano Company as a featured Billy is a native of Tallahassee, process (very easy, not to worry). artist for the Steinway 150th Anniversary Florida. Like many young players, he was If you haven’t been here before, they Year Celebration and featured on their self-taught at ﬁrst. Fortunately, his talent will direct you to parking behind their commemorative anniversary album. building. And one of our staff is diligently Eight years ago, Billy joined The Billy Hall Trio Jacqueline Jones Band and since that soliciting local businesses to donate snacks. They look forward to hearing from you. time has appeared on her albums, videos Billy Hall - Piano and live performances. Today, while he Don Black -Sax Patricia S. Stucky, Ofﬁce Manager is still Miss Jones’ music director and TBA - Drums WUCF 89.9FM “Jazz & More” pianist, Billy is the Director of Music Tel: 407-823-0898 See “Hall”, pg. 3 email@example.com Upcoming Concerts Aug. 20 - Billy Hall Trio Sep. 17 - Bill Allred’s Classic Jazz Band Oct. 15 - Don Scaletta 2-5pm at the Moose Lodge, 5001 N. Orange Blossom Tr. (just north of Lee Rd.), Orlando Suggested donations: Members - $6, Non-members - $10, College ID - $3, Thru High School - Free Doors Open at 1 pm Food available from 1pm. For more information call 407•539•CFJS(2357) President’s The second set started with “Well Alright” and “Battle Hymn of the NEW MEMBERS: Message Republic”. Then the jazz combo came Charles & Barbara Cross with John Coltrane “Message” and Sonny Ivylin Vigilant Walters Rollins’ “Oleo”. The third set featured big band again Fred Mascia by Eddie Betros with many featured songs of Glenn Miller, Roy & Patricia Tommy Dorsey, etc. THANK YOU—Maybe my last The day was entertaining and we WELCOME BACK: month’s and John Neville’s article appreciate Andrea Rowlison bringing Jim & Betty Bay hit home for member response. Our her group to perform for us. As a Peggy Kraemer attendance was much better for Seminole society, we must reach out to the local Community College Ensemble. Please community and schools to give them our keep it up for Billy Hall and his group. encouragement and support. It is one of Tune in for the best jazz in They have a great reputation for our dedication that we do this. Maybe town. Jazz all day. outstanding jazz. They are always featured at the prestigious Westin Hotel in Valencia Community College or one of our high school orchestras will be next. WUCF-FM 89.9 downtown Orlando. Thank you for helping our silent Now on to the Seminale concert. auction to be a success. We are doing With Andrea Rowlison as the director, everything to raise awareness among this volunteer orchestra sounded like a our members to come and support our big band should. Their ﬁrst set included “Hayburned” with the pianist doing an concerts. See you at the Billy Hall concert Web page wucf.ucf.edu excellent rendition. Then the band did August 20. a patriotic “American Patrol” a song Call in line: from the Glenn Miller collection. This 407-823-3689 followed with “Nightingale Sang In Barkley Square”, a Mel Torme standard} and “God bless the USA”. The Jazz combo CFJS OFFICERS broke away and started “I’ll remember Aug 2006 Vol. 9 No. 8 Executive Committee April”, followed by Thelonius Monk’s The ‘Blue Notes’ is a monthly President ................................... Eddie Betros “Straight, no chaser”. They ﬁnished with publication of the Central Florida Jazz Society, P.O. Box 1st V President................. Marge Ann Coxey “The Girl From Ipanema” done in a Bossa Nova beat. 540133, Orlando FL 32854 2nd V President ............... Sonja Marchesano 407-539-2357 Recording Secretary ............. Linda Ingelhart Corresponding Sec ..............Karen Weinberg THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THE ‘BLUE NOTES’ ARE THOSE OF THE WRITERS Treasurer ....................................Jean Fuqua Louis Shader .........................Asst. Treasurer AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REPRESENT THE VIEWS OF THE CFJS Holly Jezek .............................. Internet Guru Just A Note… Blue Notes Designed by Board of Directors Karen Weinberg, MODesign, Bob Esterberg Flora Jo Taylor The CFJS Board of Directors has firstname.lastname@example.org Armand Marchesano Moe E. Lowe considered the problem of shrinking ONLY MEMBERS AND Howard Gold Barbara Gold ﬁnances. One way to help and still GUESTS ARE ALLOWED IN THE MOOSE LODGE. Tim Norton Joan Jordan honor our members is to raise the entry CFJS MEMBERS ATTEND AS Delores Neville John Neville donation for non-members for certain SPECIAL GUESTS OF MOOSE Rick Gardner high-proﬁle concerts. MEMBERS EDDIE BETROS, MARGE ANNE COXEY AND CFJS PATRONS Starting with the Bill Allred concert, the suggested donation for JOAN JORDAN. Richard & Annette Manganel non-members will be $13. We know Col. Edward & Phyllis Tolfa If you have information Patricia F. Wolfe Polly Anna Woodward that these concerts are well worth even or a contribution for the Mildred Bowman Dr. Allen & Flora Jo Taylor more. Blue Notes submit them Dan & Simone Hupert Chatlos Foundation Of course, our valued members online to cfjsjazz@excite. will still have a suggested donation of William and Julie Sanford $6. com or in typed format for consideration to: LIFETIME MEMBERS Consider the possibility that it Evelyn McGee Stone Alyce Francis Karen Weinberg, will deﬁnitely pay to be a CFJS member Jack & Lorraine Simpson Karen Weinberg P.O. Box 68, when this goes into effect!! Mary & Roger Uithoven Ellie Lawson Winter Park FL 32790. Sigrid & Louis Shader Moe Lowe a New York cab driver. We reminisced you enjoy the music of George Gershwin, about both of our favorite jazz broadcasters and selections from the Great American in the city, such as Symphony Sid, Ed Songbook then you’ll enjoy John Ryan Beach, Phil Schaap and others. and Moonstruck! Described as similar Arriving in Florida eleven years ago, to the best of Greenwich Village, also as Josh spent a little time himself on “ultra-cool”, being there is an enjoyable by Jack Simpson late night radio, at WFIT-FM in experience, with “super-cool” libations. Melbourne. Later, overcoming some Last week I celebrated the 39th “What is that guy playing, bongos, personal problems he became a member anniversary of my “Jazz on the Beach” congas or what?” is a question sometimes of the TruWeh ministry, a residential radio programs, I think I have about 25 heard at the Cocoa Village Gazebo jazz and Christian organization, dedicated years to go, to equal that mark, with this sessions, every Friday lunchtime (11:30am to helping those in need (Food, money, column’s longevity. I’m working on it! to 1:30pm). Actually they are two conga bed for the night etc). Joshua is now the Reprinted by permission of Florida Today drums, being about three feet high and Director of TruWeh. Jack Simpson’s Jazz on the Beach is heard on on stands. Bongos are much smaller, and His best memory of New York WFIT-FM, 89.5 in Melbourne on Thursdays, in a pair, are held between the players jazz? “Seeing Betty Carter at the Village 7pm to 10pm and in Orlando on Saturdays on knees. In both cases they are struck Vanguard” he said. You can reach Joshua WUCF-FM, 89.9 from 10am to 2pm. rhythmically by the hands, ﬁngers, wrists Gee at the TruWeh Restorative Jack also does “A Moment in Jazz” every week- and the sides of the palms. Used primarily Ministry at (321) 574-0294. day morning at 7:30am on WUCF. by Latin American musicians, they were We have previously mentioned introduced to jazz by Dizzy Gillespie, and John Ryan, a very pleasant and talented the Cuban player Chano Pozo. pianist. We had talked of his recent trip to “Hall” con’t from pg. 1 The Cocoa Gazebo musician is London arranged by the English producer for his church and pianist in the cast of Joshua Gee, an African American I Peter Clayton. It was to record John’s the “Blues School House”, a live musical sometimes call “Joshua the Wailer”. He playing for Clayton’s “Robinswood” label. produced by The House of Blues in has been a welcome “sitter-in” at the Another opportunity to see John ,and Orlando. When time permits, he performs Friday sessions, and in addition to the hear him play, came last week. We visited at various venues at Universal Studios, congas, he also goes to the microphone a most delightful new wine bar called the Sea World and Walt Disney World. to scat sing a bebop tune. I had an “Moonstruck Wine Co.” It’s located at Billy Hall is featured weekly at interesting conversation with Josh, and 836 East New Haven Ave. in Melbourne’s the Bösendorfer Lounge at the award found that he had been dedicated to jazz historic district. (call 951-4555). John winning Westin Grand Bohemian Hotel for much of his life. Born in the Bronx, he Ryan now plays every Wednesday, in Orlando. listened to jazz on his car radio. He was Thursday, and Friday nights at 7pm. If Don Black When health insurance seems inadequate, wellness works. Don Black is an exciting and Call for an to get well It costs less to stay well thanappointment: 407•841•4581 emotional saxophonist. He attended We always make room for your friends & referrals Berklee Make the most of your world. We care. College of Top quality herbal and nutritional service. Music and Samual A. 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In fact, ___________________________________ Orlando, FL 32854 the structure of the music in gen- eral was designed to have solos be an Answer to crossword on page 6 outgrowth of arrangements, lending coherence to what might normally be construed as a form of abstraction or even chaos. Swing rhythms, even melodies could be incorporated, but no as a rule necessarily. Early pioneers might include pianist Lennie Tristano, saxophonist Jimmy Giuffre and composer/arranger/ conductor Gunther Schuller. Later practitioners included pianists Paul Bley and Andrew Hill, saxophonists Anthony Braxton and Sam Rivers, drummers Sunny Murray and Andrew Cyrille and members of the AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians) such as the Art Ensemble of Chicago. artist of COMMA, An Alternative Art Space JAZZ IT UP AT STEINWAY for Contemporary Millennium Art in Orlando. PIANO GALLERY! His family moved to Central Florida from the Philippines. His three Uncles, his father, his Paintings by Rudy Drapiza. Drapiza is a cousin and he were recently exhibited (The true contemporary renaissance painter in Drapiza Dynasty) at COMMA He is currently vibrant palates of both watercolors and working on a 300 foot Mural commission for acrylics. He is fond of painting familiar the TD Waterhouse arena. parts of Central Florida, as well as New Drapiza really does jazz it up as he paints with York and the Philippines. His Jazz series the same physicality as a musician! of includes The Big B (Bass player) and August 1 - 31 , 2006 An artist’s reception The Light (the piano). Drapiza’s art will be held Thursday, August 10 from 6 pm was recently featured on the cover of until 8 pm and features the expressionistic Jazz Orlando Magazine and as the Poster for of the Bernie Lee Quartet, 303 E. Altamonte Casselberry’s Jazz Fest. Drapiza is a resident Dr ., #1225. Admission is free. “Local Woman” con’t from pg. 6 sometimes uses for inspiration. Many of her paintings involve food, music, musical instruments, and wine, which she jokingly says is the reason for all the wine bottles in their home. Parts of Celebration itself can also be seen in some of her paintings, too. One painting shows a French impressionism of Sherlock’s and the Celebration Hotel. Turner also enjoys working with water colors and acrylics. Turner has currently been working on another painting which she keeps in the living room. Additionally, her grandson’s drawings can be seen in several prominent places in the downstairs area. Turner said Heidi’s some of her drawings had been placed on display at the Osceola Center for the Arts, as well. Jazz Club While she has been active with her painting this year, Turner said she did not get to the Art Festival in Celebration COME SEE OUR NEWLY REMODELED CLUB! because it meant getting up early, setting up a tent and sitting there for two days. Tuesday: JD Daniel & Friends - 7-11 “That’s not for me,” Turner said, adding Wednesday: JD Daniel & Friends - 7 - 11 that she had never pursued painting as Thursday: JD Daniel 5 - 8, Ron Teixeira Trio, 8:30 - 12:30 profession. Friday: Johnny Bolan & Al Goldenberg 5-8, Ron Teixeira Trio - 8:30-12:30 A pioneer resident, Turner takes a very Saturday: Carl Hendrix, 5 - 8, Ron Teixeira Trio - 8:30-12:30 active role in the community. She is involved Sunday: Jam Session - 7:00-11:00 with the Celebrators, the Celebration Players and the new Theatre Group. Special Features “We’ve been very active,” Turner August 11 & 12, 8:30-12:30 - Jeff Rupert said. “We’re trying to back off now so we October 20 & 21, 8:30-12:30 - Christian Tamburr Quartet have time to paint and cook.” 7 N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach, Florida 32931 Orginal article written by Joe Harless appeared in the Celebration Independent. Lorraine and heidisjazzclub.com (321)783-4559 email@example.com 8/05 Mike are long time CFJS members and intrepid supporters of LIVE JAZZ everywhere. C R J O A S S Z W Z O R D Across 2. A Condon drummer. 6. Played guitar in # 31’s trio. 11. “Little Jazz.” 13. ___Redd, sax and songs. 14. Arthur Godfrey’s axe. 16. Bottom of the Birth of the Cool. 18. Clarinetist Clarence. 22. Plastic ___ Band. 23. Short for a Marsalis. 24. (see # 67.) 26. Handy initials. 27. Early Coleman Hawkins style. 64. Peterson or Pettiford. 20. KC club where Basie’s band caught on. 31. Peterson. 65. Toshiko’s tenor man. 21. Brazil’s contribution to jazz. 34. Number of pfennigs in a pfountain. 67. With #24, collector and player of odd 25. Public radio network. 35. Hep person. horns. 27. Third Stream theorist. 36. Suffer with sore chops. 70. “I know a ﬁne way to treat a _______.” 28. A scale tone. 38. Drummer Taylor’s AKA. 71. Marmarosa. 29. What the glass on the piano is for. 39. Amp control. 72. Dameron tune “___ Delight.” 30. Simone. 40. “Big Butter and ___ Man.” 73. Trombonist Will ________. 32. AFL-___. 41. “____ of the Rising Sun.” 74. Where it all began. 33. Composer-arranger Manny. 43. He wrote “The Trouble With 37. Claimed he invented jazz. 42. Long lived “tickler.” Cinderella.” Down 44. An Ellington bassist. 45. Time between beats on a Ray Charles ballad. 49. Django’s friend. 1. “Le Jazz ___.” 50. Partner to #68. 46. Much requested chestnut. 3. Bill or Gil. 47. Woodyard. 51. They called him “Big Gate.” 4. Where #17 played his bass. 52. “___ Wind.” 48. Billie Holiday’s protégé. 5. Stan the Man. 51. Row for the brass section. 53. Home of #21. 7. Last chance for a gig each year. 56. When the big bands ruled. 54. ___ Zudekoff (Buddy Morrow) 8. “It’s a ___ to Tell a Lie.” 55. Also played guitar in #31’s trio. 57. Jazz brothers. 9. Maker of Morello’s drums. 59. Sullivan or Gitler. 58. Southern tenor man named for 10. Popular jam session tune from DC. Northern state. 60. John’s other axe. 12. Far out Russian. 63. Trombonist Cutshall. 61. Bill Crow, Gary Peacock, Steve 15. Part of a composition, or a saxophone. ________. 66. Trombonist Wayne. 17. California bassist. 68. Partner to #50. 62. Billie’s name for Lester. 18. Bebop anthem. 63. Blanche Calloway’s big brother. 69. “____ I Loved.” 19. Drum part, or old Boston nightclub. Featured Artist: Hank Jones/Frank Wess CD Title: Hank and C row’s orner by Bill Crow Frank Dave Finck bought a simple music Year: 2006 notation program to print out lead Record Label: Lineage sheets for gigs. After using it for a few hours, he discovered that none of the Records fonts held chord symbols for sharp Style: Straight-Ahead / eleven or ﬂat thirteen chords. He wrote Classic to the company, and they replied saying those two chords didn’t exist in the program. They had sharp and ﬂat nine In any case, this is a ﬁne recording. When Musicians: Frank Wess (tenor sax, ﬂute), asked by a friend what it was like, my chords and sus chords, but no sharp Hank Jones (piano), Ilya Lushtak immediate response was “just what elevens or ﬂat thirteens. When Dave (guitar), John Webber (bass), Mickey you’d expect.” This was not intended told his friend, jazz vibraphonist Joe Roker (drums). as derogatory in any way because what Locke, Joe asked, “What is the name of I expect from these artists is classic, the program?” Dave told him, “Mozart Review: Recorded in 2003, this session sophisticated, smooth, (in the true 2005.” Joe said, “There’s your mistake. features two octogenarian jazz masters, sense–not smooth jazz!), swinging, You should have bought the one called one of whom has been recognized as straight down the middle jazz from ‘Bobby Timmons 1962.” such by the National Endowment for consummate professionals. This is the Arts www.iaje.org/jazzmasters.asp, exactly what Hank and Frank deliver. Jon Berger once joined a pipe band and one who deserves to be. Pianist No surprises, no disappointments: to learn about Scottish drumming. The Hank Jones was awarded this status Four standards, one bop classic, three band participated in the Scottish games in 1989, deservedly so after bringing Wess originals, and one by Jones. in Delaware, where many attendees the art of jazz piano to a high degree Warm, Lester Young-based tenor, and seemed fascinated by Jon, a Jewish guy of sophistication. For Frank Wess, elegant, incisive ﬂute (Very Thought in a kilt. Some of them asked him to playing a major role in establishing Of You and Something Went Wrong) pose for a photo, and as he hopped over the ﬂute in jazz and leading the Count from Wess, lovely piano work from a fence onto the ﬁeld, a Scotsman knelt Basie reed section for ten years are Jones, and excellent support from down and peeped under Jon’s kilt. He only two of many accomplishments Webber, Rocker, and Lushak, the in a sixty year career. That Frank admonished, “No, mon, we don’t wear latter delivering some warm-toned anything under a kilt!” Foster, Wess’ partner in the Basie solos of his own, demonstrating that Band, has been inducted into that he is included on merit, not just august assembly and Frank has not is Laura Taylor, who used to sing because he is the founder of Lineage beyond my comprehension. There is a with her own piano trio at the Waldorf Records! tendency in the press and Hollywood Astoria Hotel, now lives in Las Vegas. These guys aren’t getting any younger so to focus on jazz performers with more She was recently the soprano soloist we should cherish whatever they can colorful lifestyles (case in point--a put out. There is no better example for the Las Vegas premiere of Duke movie staring Josh Hartnett as Chet of what the mainstream of jazz is all Ellington’s “Sacred Concert,” presented Baker is in production) but the NEA about. by the Las Vegas Master Singers and should know better--certainly Hank featuring the UNLV Jazz Ensemble. Jones does not fall into that category. Tracks: You Made a Good Move, Very During one of the separate rehearsals Go ﬁgure. Thought of You, Just One of Those with just the musicians, Director David Things, Autumn Serenade, Sara’s Loeb told them to be careful not to Song, Something Went Wrong, overpower the choir. Laura reminded Hankerin’, Barbados, All or Nothing him that there were sixty-seven singers at All. in the choir, and said they might be Record Label Website: http://www. hard to drown out. Drummer Henry lineagerecords.com/ Soriano laughed and said, “Oh, you Artist’s Website: http://www.npr.org/ can kill sixty-seven singers with one programs/jazzproﬁles/archive/jones_ cymbal!” Saxophonist Andrew Lyon h.html wryly added, “Yeah...it just depends on Reviewed by: Peter Westbrook how you throw it!” NONPROFIT ORG US POSTAGE Central Florida Jazz Society PAID ORLANDO FL P.O. Box 540133 • Orlando FL 32854-0133 PERMIT NO 51097 407•539•CFJS(2357) August 2006 Return Service Requested Don’t forget to visit our Website: centralfloridajaz zsociet y.com ☛ CHECK THE RENEWAL DATE OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP! “I just like to upstairs L o c a l Wo m a n paint,” Turner said during rooms into a small (and CFJS member) an interview at her home. art studio, R e c o g n i z e d Fo r Artistically inclined at a young age, Turner complete with an easel A r t i s t i c Wo r k majored in art at college and selection of paints. and did a few shows Celebration resident and artist Even before she stopped to be Lorraine Turner has been very busy lately. though it had more involved with her Her work will continue to be on been so long family. Her grandson display at the Osceola Center for the Arts since she had painted, Turner said if did helped get her back into it. through Nov. 7. She had a small show at not take long to get back into it. “My daughter’s family moved into the Sherlock’s Tea Store in downtown “It’s like you never left it.” Turner South Village. My grandson would say Celebration back in May and several said. “When I get the chance, I come up “Nanny, make me this.” Turner said. other pieces of her art can be seen at the and I paint.” After her husband Michael found Artisan Park clubhouse. The Turner home has a collection of some of her old paints and prints, Turner These various shows have been quite paintings, both hers and others that the began to paint again on a regular basis. an accomplishment for an artist coming She and her husband turned one of their See “Local Woman”, pg. 5 off a 30-year hiatus. ON THE TOWN OUT OF TOWN Grand Bohemian Lounge - 325 S. Orange Ave., Orlando. Jazz every night! Check HeidI’s Jazz Club- Live jazz 6 nights a week. 7 N. Orlando Av, Cocoa Bch. their schedule at grandbohemianhotel.com or call 407•313•9000 See page 6 for schedule. 321•783•4559 Crowne Plaza Orlando Airport -The Jon Sarta Trio, Tues. 5-8pm. 5555 Hazeltine Space Coast Jazz Society - Call Don at 321 784-4488 for information. National Dr., Orl. 4O7•856•1462 Normally every Second Sunday, 2-5pm. Mem $5, nonmem. $8. Call for Mark Wayne & Lorna Lambey Duo - Mon - Sat., 8:30 - 12:30. Red Fox Lounge at directions. 321•784•4488. Best Western Mt. Vernon Inn, 110 S. Orlando Av., Winter Park 407•313•9000 University of North Florida - For information call 904 620-2878 Beardall Senior Center- The 16 piece Orlando Swing Band 7:30 -10pm every 4th Warren Parrish Trio - Every Fri. & Sat. 7-11pm. Lakeside Inn, 100 N. Alexan- Wed. 800 S. Delaney St., Orl. 407•246•2637. der St., Mt. Dora. Vines Grille and Wine Bar - Bob Rose Wed - Sat, 7-10pm. Tommy Bridges Quar- Gainesville Friends of Jazz - Info - 352•379•0300 or gnvfriendsofjazz.org. tet, Sun. 7-11 7563 West Sand Lake Rd., Orl. 407•351•1227. The Deltonans - Deltonans are playing every Monday at the Earl Brown Miss Jacqueline Jones - Stay in touch! Call 4O7•331•6606 or go to the web at Center on Alabama Ave. in DeLand 2:30-4:30. www.aboutmissjones.com. Cocoa Village - Live jazz at the Gazebo every Friday from 11 :30 a.m. till 1:30 Steinway Piano Gallery - Special Jazz event the second Thursday of each month. p.m. Bring your lunch, a chair & a friend. cocoavillage.com See page 3. Get info at steinwayorlando.com or call 407•339•3771 The Jazz Society of Pensacola - presents musical events throughout the Altamonte Chapel - Terriﬁc Jazz Jam with host Alan Rock. Special trio with anyone year. For further information and membership, call the Jazz Society at welcome to sit in. Noon to 2 PM. Last Sunday of each month. 825 EAST SR 850~433~8382 or visit the web at jazzpensacola.com. 436 (Across form Sam Seltzer’s Steakhouse) East of Paris - Call before going to see if music is scheduled; 358 Park Ave. N., LISTEN TO WUCF-FM 89.9 FOR Winter Park. 407•644•2880. Perrelli’s - Live jazz from 6 pm to 9pm. ALL AGES WELCOME • FREE ADMIS- THE DAILY JAZZ CALENDAR WITH TIM NORTON! SION. 1382 Howland Blvd, Deltona . Call for schedule, 386•574•4300. Events subject to change. Call for conﬁrmation. Support Live Jazz!
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