3Divas Jazz Trio
March 19th 6pm Livestream on www.WQLN.org/jazztrio

 

Where: WQLN Website www.wqln.org/jazztrio

When: March 19th at 6pm

JazzErie is happy to announce that JazzErie and WQLN with be hosting the 3Divas Jazz Trio in a livestream to bring great jazz to our community!  The performance will be livestreamed on WQLN's facebook page on March 19th at 6pm.  You will not want to miss this world class trio!  As the 3Divas like to say......

Fiercely swinging on purpose, with purpose this powerhouse trio plays original, traditional and contemporary standards from all genres of music. Their unique style and innovative arrangements are always super-charged by their boundless musical joy and gratitude.

Regional Jazz
Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Buffalo

Not only is there great jazz to be had here in Erie but if you feel like a nice road trip there are so many great venues to check out!  We are lucky here in Erie with being located by larger cities with a great music/jazz scene.

 

Cleveland

www.nighttowncleveland.com

www.themusicsettlement.org

 

Pittsburgh

www.mcgjazz.org

 

Buffalo

www.cmctheclub.com

www.pausaarthouse.com

There is so much great regional talent that is worth supporting!

JAZZ IN ERIE

Dave VanAmburg

Weekly gigs for a variety of Dave VanAmburg-led groups on Wednesdays at Maxi's, the 

 

Bel Aire Clarion restaurant at 2800 W. 8th St.

Weekly Thurs. gigs at Dickey's Pizza & BBQ, W. 38th & Liberty (Liberty Plaza), featuring Dave with Dale McBrier & Phil Popotnik.

Weekly gigs of Fri. evenings at Maxi's, again feature Dave VanAmburg with a variety of cohorts, this time including the Bootleggers Bible Club, Jim Madden with Phil & Roger Blair, the Acouustics, with Dave Blaetz & Phil.

 

Room 33 will be hosting JDJazz & Blues the first Friday of every month. 

 

 

All this plus the Colony Club Trio, at the Colony Pub & Grille, 2670 W. 8th St. on Thursdays.

Howard Hamme

 

 

Check out the events we've listed and keep you eyes and ears open for additional. happenings.Frank Singer


                                                 

 

 


Joey Alexander and Chris Potter

Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage," by the very young Joey Alexander, with his seasoned trio, and saxophone master Chris Potter.