Happy January 16th; Irving Mills was born on this day in 1894, He and his brother Jack built a company that became the largest independent music publisher in the world. Check out Wikipeda for more information.
Miscellaneous Jazz Notes:
Latest word on the possible closing status of the Blue Wisp in Cincinnati: Click Here
More sad news for local jazz – Worthington Inn to Discontinue Regular Jazz Programming: Click Here
Here’s a note on the Cincinnati Winter Blues Fest: Click Here
Dayton Art Institute’s 2013 Vectren Jazz & Beyond
The Dayton Art Institute will present their 2013 Vectren Jazz & Beyond season on the second Thursday of the month this year. The schedule is as follows:
March 14 – The ShinSings Orchestra
April 11 – Jazz Central Jammers
May 9 – Centerville High School Jazz Night
June 13 – Ron Jones Quartet
August 8 – Generations Big Band
September 12 – Tribute to Louie Armstrong
October 10 – Greg Abate and the Lee McKinney Trio
November 14 – Puzzle of Light
Performances take place 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the intimate setting of the museum’s Shaw Gothic Cloister. Admission is FREE for museum members and $8 for non-members.
Over the years many big bands have played at Jazz Central and back in the day they even had their own band. It’s my understanding their band was mostly made up of Air Force players and they always had a grate time playing the music they loved. Coming up on Thursday, January 17 that very same music is returning to Jazz Central. This is because club owner Charles Stone had saved the original charts and Mike Rinderle had the idea of getting a band together to fill in the spot of the vacationing Generations Big Band. Well Mike has assembled some of the very best players in our area:
Steve Shininger – drums
John Slate – keyboard
Leo Smith – bass
John Harner – trumpet
Wade Baker – trumpet
Tom Shirley – trumpet
Mike Rinderle – trumpet
Ronald Hartwell – alto saxophone
Luis Rosa – alto saxophone
Grant Koeller – tenor saxophone
Carlos Serrano – tenor saxophone
Bill Burns – baritone saxophone
Linda Landis – trombone
Dustin Malone – trombone
Jon Hoff – trombone
Their performance promises to be something very special, which you can check out at: http://www.jazzcentraldayton.
Here are some (not all) of the upcoming jazz events for the next couple of weeks:
Tonight Wednesday, January 16 – Jazz Central presents Blue Wednesday with Jack & Joe Waters and an the eleven piece Different Hats Band is at the Dayton Event Connection.
Thursday January 17 – The return of of the Jazz Central Big Band at Jazz Central in Dayton and Dottie Warner and Ricky Nye at Arnold’s Bar & Grill in Cincinnati.
Friday January 18 – Dave Greer’s Classic Jazz Stompers is at Jay’s Seafood Restaurant in Dayton and the Bobby Floyd Trio is at Boudin’s Bistro & Jazz Club in Columbus.
Saturday January 19 – Ed Clay’s Jazz Patrol featuring Randy Villars is at Gilly’s in Dayton and Ascension is at the The Greenwich in Cincinnati.
Sunday January 20 – the last night for the Slaughter Brothers at Jazz Central in Dayton this trip and there is a Sunday night Jazz Jam at Victory’s om Columbus.
Monday January 21 – the John Taylor Trio is at the Brio Tuscan Grille in Beavercreek and Mark Flugge, Derek Dicenzo & Jimmy Castoe is at Due Amici in Columbus.
Tuesday January 22 – Scott Belck Quartet featuring Alan Wyatt is at the Blue Wisp in Cincinnati and the Part St. Tavern Jazz Jam is going on in Columbus.
Wednesday January 23 – John LaIacona is at Eddie Merlot’s in Cincinnati and Chuchito Valdesos is playing Nighttown in Cleveland Heights.
Thursday January 24 – the Rick Brunetto Big Band is at the 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant in Columbus and Dave Powers is at Amano’s Sports Bar in Worthington, OH.
Friday January 25 – Shawn Stanley Trio is at Carvers Steaks & Chops in Centerville, OH and the Eddie BrookshireQuintet is playing Nighttown in Cleveland Heights.
Saturday January 26 – James & Moore is at C’est Tout Bistro in Oakwood and Gilly’s presents Winter Blues Showcase in Dayton.
Sunday January 27 – the Jazz Jam Session w/ Kenny Baccus is at Jazz Central in Dayton and Hoo Doo Soul Band is at the Rumba Café in Columbus.
Monday January 28 – Vaughn Wiester’s Famous Jazz Orchestra is at the Clintonville Woman’s Club in Columbus and a Jazz Jam hosted by Sandy Suskind Quartet is at the Wisp in Cincinnati.
Tuesday January 29 – the Derek DiCenzo Trio is at Local Roots in Powell, OH and Tony Monaco is at the Rumba Café in Columbus.
More info and jazz listings can be found at www.JazzAdvocate.com
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