Thank you for celebrating 100 Years of recorded jazz with us!

Thank you for celebrating 100 Years of recorded jazz with us!

JazzErie would like to thank everyone who supported and helped us celebrate 100 years of recorded jazz this season!  We had a great year and were able to bring some of the top artists and lecturers into Erie to give an all encompassing picture of where recorded jazz started and what direction it is going in the future!  

ERIE CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF RECORDED JAZZ
Three more great concerts in 2017

On March 6th, 1917, the Victor Talking Mchine Co. released a recording by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band of "Original Dixieland Jass Band One Step' and 'Livery Stable Blues'.   On May 31 of that same year, another disc by ODJB was released by Columbia Gramaphone Co.  This disc included "Darktown Strutters Ball" and "Indiana."  These sides became hits and gave Americans across the country their first taste of America's only original art form, jazz.  "Erie Celebrates 100 Years of Recorded Jazz" is a year-long celebration presented by JazzErie and the sponsors below..

JazzErie Celebrates 100 Years of Recorded Jazz

JAZZ IN ERIE, December, 2017

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.

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

Frank Singer's adventures with a variety of partners and at a variety of venues, and Dave Callaghan's Quartet at Wegman's round out current listings

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

                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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.