Share on Facebook
  • Blog Posts
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Groups (2)
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos (1)


  • A.D.
  • Kevin Amos
  • Michael A. Thomas
  • Antonio Parker
  • Sheila Ford
  • Mario Pompei
  • Radam Schwartz
  • Kent Miller
  • Bernard Samuel
  • Mark Morganelli
  • Jeri Gardiner
  • Hotep Idris Galeta






Profile Information

What instrument do you play?
The Cape May Jazz Festival features musicians and singers who play many instruments
How did you find out about the WDCJN?
Where are you located?
Cape May, New Jersey
Tell us about yourself


October 1993 Co-Founders Carol Stone and Woody Woodland conceived the idea of a jazz festival in Cape May while returning from the Rehoboth Jazz Festival on the Cape May Lewes Ferry.

April 8, 1994, Douglas Jewel of the Atlantic City Press wrote "Move over Newport and Montreaux the Cape May Jazz Festival premiers this weekend at the Marquis deLafayette Hotel." The weekend of April 8-10 featured Tim Eyermann and East Coast Offering, The Kenny Blake Quartet, a Saturday Jam and Sunday 9-year-old Jamie Knight sang with the Eric Lewis Quartet in the Top of the Marq, hosted by owner Bob Menz. Local musicians Nic Gaetano and Jimmy Love provided the sound with 1100 people attending the 3-day event. The Newark Star Ledger's jazz critic George Kanzler stated
" the end depends upon the beginning and if you judge the progress of this festival from the first one, man, it's happening". The festivals have grown from 2 venues at the Marquis in April 94 to 9 venues and hosting an audience over 8,000 twice a year.

The Friends of Cape May Jazz, Inc. had its first Executive Board Meeting February 2, 1994, became incorporated that same month and became a nonprofit corporation in September 1994. The first Executive Board of Directors consisted of the following members:
Carol Stone, President; Chris Igoe, Vice President; Marian Taylor, Secretary; Irene Gangloff, Treasurer; Curis Bashaw, 1st co-Vice President and Chairman of Fundraising; Starr Taylor, 2nd Co-Vice President, Membership Chair; T. J. McCarthy, 3rd Co-Vice President, Public Relations Chair; Woody Woodland, 4th Co-Vice President, Program Chair. Additional members of the Board were John Bailey, Michael Craig, Heidi Cummings, Bill Cottman, George Loper with Bill Rowling, Consultant.

Stone, Woodland and Bashaw remain on the current Executive Board with Woodland assuming the Presidency at the 2003 September Board Meeting and Stone becoming 1st Vice President, Program Chair, and continuing as Artistic Director. An Executive Board of Directors consisting of 12 members meets monthly and acts as administrative oversight. A 6-member Program Committee also meets monthly to plan all events involving all details for each festival, 4 of the members are members of the Executive Board.

Carol K. Stone, Program Chair
Cape May Jazz
Ph: 609-884-8919
Fax: 609-884-5541
Email: capemayjazz@comcast.net

The festivals offer acoustic jazz in mostly intimate small club settings featuring nationally prominent mainstream jazz musicians along with prominent musicians from the mid-Atlantic region and the State of New Jersey.

Previous headliners have included "a Tribute to Clark Terry" April 1996 with the hilarious Clark Terry and Denis DiBlasio duo scatting "Salt Peanuts" and "Mr. Mumbles". Houston Person with Etta Jones, Slide Hampton, Paquito D'Rivera and Randy Brecker were headliners in 1997, Pieces of a Dream, Herbie Mann, Chuck Mangione headlined in '98 and '99. "Tribute to Duke Ellington" highlighting the Duke Ellington Orchestra was the theme for November '99.

The year 2000 was dedicated to the jazz legend Louis Armstrong opening the April festival with Roy Hargrove Friday night , and Jon Faddis with Slide Hampton along with the Joe Chambers Quartet headlining Saturday night. The November celebration opened with the Clark Terry Quintet with Maynard Ferguson's Nouveau Bop Band continuing the celebration. The year 2001 Pieces of a Dream returned along with James Moody and Papa and Joey DeFrancesco in April followed by Chuck Mangione, McCoy Tyner, Ray Barretto and T. S. Monk headlining in November.

A major celebration took place in April 2002 with a "Tribute of the Music of Miles Davis" featuring 10 of Miles' musicians performing and 6 participating in a panel discussion "Miles and The Music". November 2002 continues with a "Dizzy Gillespie Celebration" featuring 8 of Gillespie's musicians performing and participating in a panel discussion"Gillespie the Man and the Music". The April 2003 festival honored Clark Terry with the Clark Terry Quintet performing Friday night with Jimmy Heath and Jon Faddis, Slide Hampton organizing a trombone choir and many more surprises that Mr. Terry has requested. The November 2003 festival celebrated the end of the 10th year, 20th festival with Maynard Ferguson, Little Jimmy Scott, Oscar Brown, Jr and Pieces of a Dream. April 04 honored exceptional pianists with Ahmad Jamal, Benny Green, Freddie Cole, Omar Sosa, Norman Simmons, Brian Trainor, Patti Wicks and George Mesterhazy. November 04 celebrated the Count Basie Centennial with the New Life Orchestra featuring Marlena Shaw, Regina Carter, Louis Hayes and the Cannonball Adderley Legacy Band. April 05 paid Tribute to Ray Charles with David "Fathead" Newman, Marcus Belgrave, Howard Johnson, Cynthia Scott with the November 05 festival honoring the music of Herbie Mann. April 06 honored Little Jimmy Scott with Billy Paul performing for Jimmy Saturday night. Nov 06.”New Orleans Comes to Cape May” with 31 New Orleans musicians performing. April 07 Pat Martino, Teddy Royal Bob DeVos, Brian Betz paid tribute to Wes Montgomery along with headliner Terence Blanchard. November 07 “Favorites Return” will present the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Pieces of a Dream, Freddy Cole, Houston Person, Papa and Joey DeFrancesco, T. S. Monk and many more and promises to be the best yet!!. April 08 “The Next Wave” offered more contemporary music to attract a younger audience. The festival opened with Russ Freeman and The Rippingtons Friday night followed by Javon Jackson Saturday night. Christian Scott, the up-and-comer trumpeter from New Oleans, returned with Courtney Bryan a young pianist from New Orleans,. Also Chuchita Valdes, the son of Chucho Valdes rocked the house and will be returning in April 09 by popular demand. Drummer Winard Harper, another all-time favorite younger musician, was a wonderful addition. November 08 “The 30th Festival and end of 15th Year” paid Tribute to Maynard Ferguson with the internationally acclaimed, high-register trumpeter Jon Faddis soloing with a 16 piece big band from the tri-state area playing mostly Ferguson’s music with Pieces of a Dream returning for their 6th appearance opening up the Theatre Saturday night. Vocalist Jackie Ryan, another international star from San Francisco, opened up the Grand Hotel Ballroom Friday night.

April 17-19, 2009, Festival “Legends…and more Blues” will open with a Tribute to Billy Eckstine and Sarah Vaughn Friday night featuring Steve Butler as Mr. B with the 16 piece B Swingers Big Band and Saturday night James Cotton Blues Band will perform. Please check out the website for details and sound bites for all of the musicians performing April 17-19, 2009, at www.capemayjazz.org

Over the years the festivals have garnered a very respectful audience. This respect for the music creates an atmosphere of excitement between the musicians and the audience thereby pushing the musicians to give their very best and in return the audience demonstrates their enthusiasm with silence, applause and standing ovations. Musicians love performing at the Cape May Jazz Festivals …. festival goers go away saying “Cape May Jazz is so much fun” and returning over and over with their friends.

SEE YOU THERE~~~ Carol Stone


  • Add Videos
  • View All

Comment Wall (4 comments)

You need to be a member of WASHINGTON DC JAZZ NETWORK to add comments!


At 11:00am on August 18, 2018, Ahuva Bag said…

My name is Ahuva Baginski, I'm a Soldier from Israel. I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and demand it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( ahuvabginski.us@gmail.com) for the more details.
Have a nice day,
Ahuva Baginski.

At 8:26am on April 11, 2009, Luiz Santos said…
Thank you for joining!
Feel free to check out my New SPRING Album!
Peace, Luiz
At 6:20pm on April 10, 2009, Mario Pompei said…
Thanks so much Cape May Jazz Festival...I'm very Happy and honored to be here and for your precious friendship...my best wishes to you...greetings by Mario P.
At 2:28pm on April 10, 2009, WASHINGTON DC JAZZ NETWORK said…
Welcome to our family the Washington DC Jazz Network.

It's a pleasure to have you..

We encourage all members to participate in discussions, make comments on blogs, join special groups for networking, upload videos, music and a profile photo etc. To invite more friends click the share button. Our goal is to reach 10,000 members this year. The more we network the more we grow as a close knit family and the more power we have to preserve America's Classical music "JAZZ"

Remember to follow your dreams. Your dreams are your destiny!

Looking forward to networking with you ...


ps: Everyone's welcome ...Invite all your friends in New Jersey and around the world!






George Johnson's joyful jazz is a lifetime in the making! by Mike West

Next in Line!

George V Johnson Jr

CEO & Founder

Washington DC Jazz Network
Bandzoogle: band websites that work
Javier Sinclair


Join The Movement

Charmaine Michelle


Mike West
Jazz critic for Washington City Paper, the Washington PostJazzTimesDownbeat. I've written for Bandcamp. WAMU's Bandwidth and served as a board member of the Jazz Journalists Association.
I love DC jazz!
Support the Network that Supports You!
This Site was created December 25, 2009 by George V Johnson Jr
page visitor counter


João Barradas, 1st Place Winner Madeinnyintljazz Competition accepts Cantamessa Jewelry Award made from white gold, yellow and black diamonds (worth 15k).

Register your video today! This could be you! Madeinnyjazz Intljazz Competition. Perform with the Made In New York All-Stars. Contestants from around the world. Portugal, Spain, Greece, Russia, USA, France, Italy and more.

We have 7 different categories to enter, so every musician is likely to find something to their taste. Enter now! Get the most views before DEADLINE October 28, 2016. This could be your ticket to stardom


Members Only!


5,000 to 50,000


Miles Davis





A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Spread the word! The Legacy Continues! Coming to a City Near You! Revolutionizing Jazz with New Sounds!! The Wallace Roney Group fresh off tour with sold out performances in Vienna, Tbilisi Georgia, Germany, Switzerland, Amsterdam, Cape Town & Johannesburgh South Africa, Atlanta GA, Williamstown College and Scullers Jazz Club Boston Mass.

Highlights! Goree' Senegal Concert de Jazz de Wallace Roney International Jazz Festival of St. Louis

Available for bookings:


Click below

Reginal Cyntje

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Jegna School of Music Startup


A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network
Two shows
Sunday 9:00am - 10:00am
Sunday 9:00pm - 10:00pm

Joe Chambers 

Composer, Arranger, Drummer, pianist, and vibraphonist

Click here

The Musical Biography of Joe Chambers

Exploring America's Classical Music "JAZZ"

It's African Heritage,

Legacy & Roots

Don't miss Chloe Arnold & Maud Arnold

Members of the Washington DC Jazz Network


I think the idea is now for blacks to write about the history of our music. It's time for that, because whites have been doing it all the time. 


Dizzy Gillespie

Honorary Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Rankin Chapel

Howard University April Jazz Appreciation Month 2015 Schedule

George, thank you and thank GOD for blessing you with insight to create WDCJN!   The Network has been my connection to the greatest Jazz Legends alive today and Emerging Jazz Icons.  Many of whom I've met and collaborated with over the last 3 yrs after our introduction.  Its a Wonderful thing when Creativity collides with History, Experience and Cosmic Energy and that's exactly the vortex you've created with the WDCJN.  Keep letting your light Shine Brother,......... Keep letting it SHINE~~~Lou

John Hicks

December 21, 1941 – May 10, 2006



A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

The Washington DC Jazz Network welcomes the phenomenal multi-instrumentalist WAYNE LINSEY, to the family. Currently the pianist on American Idol.(Shadd Piano). Has performed with Whitney Houston, Earth Wind & Fire, Baby Face, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Chaka Kahn, Nancy Wilson, Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones, Janet Jackson, Mary J Blige, Ray Charles, Lionel Richie, Halle Berry, Frankie Beverly, Wayne Brady Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Oprah Winfrey Show, Steve Harvey, Arsenio Hall Show and the list goes on.


Calvin Jones BIG BAND Jazz Festival

The Article "Modern Drummer Magazine" Refused to Publish

Alfred Nobel and the invention of the microphone. 

By Paquito D'Rivera


I strongly believe that technology is here to help the art form, not to overwhelm it, but tragically, with a very few, each day more and more scarce exceptions, the invention of the microphone, that is credited to the German Emile Berliner in 1876

Read more here...

Jimmy Heath

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Aug 29, 1920 – Mar 12, 1955, also known as "Yardbird" and "Bird"

"The Art of Jazz Vocalese"

Bill Henderson

Inspiration for improvisers


East River Jazz is a “Jazz in the ‘Hoods” Partner of

The 2016  DC Jazz Festival


Little Jimmy Scott

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Jimmy Heath
Diz to Today
By Dan Ouellette
The amiable 90-year-old saxophonist, educator, NEA Jazz Master, big band leader and elder statesman in the Heath Brothers group is optimistic about the future of jazz as he keeps “the continuum” going.

Enjoy the music...


Read more about Jimmy Heath

Joe Chambers

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Clave de Bembe

Arranged by Joe Chambers



"Jazz Avenues"


A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network


'Blues 2 Jazz"


A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

"Hipsters Corner"

Social Media & Entertainment Consultant (Westcoast)


Music Historian
Producer of the CBCF Jazz Forum
Mark Ruffin
Real Jazz
Sirus XM Radio
"First Lady of Flute"

The Legacy Continues

SiFu Derek Johnson

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Jazz Promo Services

Jim Ego

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network



Barney McAll, Greg Bandy, James King and Gary Bartz ©Alan Nahigian

Yaacov Mayman

"A Night In Tunsia" 


George V Johnson Jr

Benny Sharoni

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

Benny Sharoni, an Israeli-born, Boston-based tenor saxophonist, can energize even the largest, most lackluster venue with his big-toned sound and ebullient phrasing, packed with intense emotion and spirituality, a vibrant hybrid of the hip and the holy."


A name doesn't make the music. It's just called that to differentiate it from other types of music. 
Pyramids and Sphinx (Horemakhet) at Giza and much, much more...
Notice the resemblence! Who are we? Why did they destroy our Pyramids?

Put it this way: Jazz is a good barometer of freedom… In its beginnings, the United States of America spawned certain ideals of freedom and independence through which, eventually, jazz was evolved, and the music is so free that many people say it is the only unhampered, unhindered expression of complete freedom yet produced in this country.~~~Duke Ellington



Live Interviews



His sounds were mellow soft and warm...

You'll feel his spirit hum a long...

John Coltrane, played love and magic....

Listen to the message of his song ~~~

Lyrics by: George V Johnson Jr


For me, music and life are all about style~~~Miles Davis


Cock your hat - angles are attitudes~~Frank Sinatra 



A different type of church
Straight Ahead Live Jazz
Every Friday 6-9pm


"It's the best deal in town"

Bring the family * Spread the word * Let's celebrate!

Dick Smith

Executive Producer

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network






RSVP Today!

Howard Alden & Jeanne Gies

Here's to life~~~Shirley Horn


"For the Love of Abbey"

Free track here


A Honorary  Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network
"The One and Only"
A Honorary  Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network
In The Beginning...
"The Pigfoot Jazz Workshop 1974"
John Malachi
Introducing the One & Only
George V Johnson Jr
"Passing the torch 1977"
The Father of the Art of Jazz Vocalese
Historic 16 sound bite...
One of my students from Washington DC......
"Ladies and Gentlemen
The One and Only"
August 3, 1985
Eddie Jefferson's Birthday
Grant's Tomb
N.E.A. Jazz Master
Grammy Award Winner
Live @ the...
"Now's The Time"
Performing Charlie Parker's complete solo Note for Note!
N.E.A. Jazz Master


Say Benny.. I penned lyrics to the "Blues March" about 30 years ago and I've never sang them in public.... Oh YEAH!  Let's do them...
N.E.A. Jazz Master
Say! George, do the the "Gingerbread Boy". Don't sing the lyrics, just scat on it!
N.E.A. Jazz Master

"My Little Suede Shoes"
"The Big Chief of The Congo Square Nation"
Grammy Award Winner
Happy Birthday!
N.E.A. Jazz Master
A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network
I love the Washington DC Jazz Network! 
I love you too....
Cynthia Holiday
Cosmic Band - Mothership
Live at the Blue Whale



artist of the week


November 5, 2012


A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

w/ Master Guitarist




New York Post observes that he is "...one of the very finest young guitarists working today." 

More Info Here


The Legendary Jimmy Heath Autobiography "I WALKED WITH GIANTS" Available in Book Stores & Online. Order your copy Today!



October 29, 2012

Present interest Jazz Sextet, performance and film, video, sound tracks, and music scores.
Available for Bookings, Tours, Festivals, Concerts, Workshops and more
My Testimony
W.D.C.J.N. is one of the first American Jazz Networks to embrace the remaining truly great Jazz legends of our times and upcoming Jazz greats through today’s social media. 

The W.D.C.J.N. is now internationally reaching Jazz musician, enthusiasts and aficionados, promoters, festivals of Jazz around the world. A real eye opener for people researching the history and present day development an evolution of America’s only original art form and historical legacy.
I fully endorse this institution  "The Washington DC Jazz Network" and encourage anyone that is fond of Jazz to visit the Washington D.C. Jazz Network; today and become a member or make a donation to a worthy cause.


Maxwell Price

Nation's Highest
Honor in Jazz!!
lou donaldson

An Advocate for Preserving America's Classical Music, "JAZZ", it's African American Heritage, Roots & Legacy throughout the world!

George V Johnson, Jr

Executive Director & Founder
Washington DC Jazz Network

The George V Johnson Jr Show


The Eddie Jefferson School of Bop



Hello George, I am proud to be a member of the Washington DC Jazz Network (WDJN).
I am able to find out what's going on in town and on the east coast
and to network with other musicians. I get a lot of my news from the emails I receive from WJN.
I also would like to thank you for supporting the Jazz
program at Howard University in Washington, DC. Keep up the great work.~~~FRED IRBY

Experience the Standard for Executive Education
Howard University Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert

The Howard University Jazz Ensemble will present it's Fall Concert @ Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel.

The guest soloist will be saxophonist Javon Jackson. Mr. Jackson is a veteran of the bands of Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones and Les McCann. There will also be a performance by AFRO BLUE, the award winning vocal jazz ensemble.
Critics have their purposes, and they're supposed to do what they do, but sometimes they get a little carried away with what they think someone should have done, rather than concerning themselves with what they did~~~Duke Ellington


Trenton New Jersey's Premiere Dance Institution


"NUTCRACKER CAFE' AU LAIT" Sat., Dec. 22, 2012 RSVP Today!

Bring the Entire Family!

Available for

Bookings & Tours


Ms. Carol
Artistic Director Founder  Choreographer
B.F.A. Howard University 1980
A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network

More details here



A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network


Washington DC Jazz Network Welcomes

Public Service Announcements (PSA) on radio and television stations.

 Support the Network that Supports you!



W.D.C.J.N. is one of the first American Jazz Networks to embrace the remaining truly great Jazz legends of our times and upcoming Jazz great through today’s social media.
The W.D.C.J.N. is now internationally reaching Jazz musician, enthusiasts and aficionados, promoters, festivals of Jazz around the world. A real eye opener for people researching the history and present day development an evolution of America’s only original art form and historical legacy.

I fully endorse this institution and encourage anyone that is fond of Jazz to visit the Washington D.C. Jazz Network; today and become a member or make a donation to a worthy cause.


Maxwell Price


Carmelo Munet
Michelle Rosewoman
Greetings DC Family, I'll be appearing at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival with a host of other great musicians in February
See you there...
Keep Jazz Alive! 




Clubs, Festivals, Artist CD's, Events, Real Estate, Museums, Performing Arts, Workshops, Cruises, Fashions and more..
Join the Phenomenal Legacy Empowerment CARIBBEAN CRUISE on the new Carnival Breeze Cruise Ship MAY 19 - May 25, 2013

A different type of church
Straight Ahead Live Jazz
Every Friday 6-9pm


"It's the best deal in town"

Bring the family * Spread the word * Let's celebrate!

Dick Smith

Executive Producer

A Member of the Washington DC Jazz Network


Site created


Blog Posts

Digital Sseries-Sample ¨-Happy¨(2018-)

Posted by Marta Graciela Bressi on August 16, 2018 at 7:11pm 0 Comments

Fantasti day (Esferizar Encoger)j…


Night Journey Rewind with the Late Pianist Henry Butler

Posted by James Graves on July 10, 2018 at 3:07pm 0 Comments

http://soundcloud.com/james graves 3  NJR podcast revisit with the late Pianist Henry Butler who pass away July 2, 2018  another master gone home

Night Journey Rewind revisit with Pianist Billy Childs

Posted by James Graves on July 10, 2018 at 3:03pm 0 Comments

http://soundcloud.com/james graves 3  NJR podcast revisit an interview with Pianist Billy Childs

Night Journey Rewind revisit with Pianist Billy Childs

Posted by James Graves on July 10, 2018 at 2:54pm 0 Comments

http://soundcloud.com/james graves 3 podcast we are revisiting an interview with Pianist Billy Childs

Jazz Avenues July 2018 BLOG

Posted by Steve M. on July 6, 2018 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

NEW-- Jazz Avenues July 2018 BLOG ...TONIGHT: Ben Sands at Westminster, John Lamkin's "Favorites" at Twins Jazz...Tomorrow, Donvonte McCoy Quintet at Eighteenth Street Lounge, Sharon Clark at The Alex...Sunday Carl Grubbs at Germano's Piattini ... more


Night Journey Rewind visit vocalist Dori Rubbicco

Posted by James Graves on June 24, 2018 at 11:09pm 0 Comments

http://nightjourneyrewind.com podcast talking with vocalist Dori Rubbicco

Night Journey Rewind revisit with Vocalist Tiffany Austin

Posted by James Graves on June 15, 2018 at 1:07am 0 Comments

http://nightjourneyrewind.com  podcast visit with Tiffany Austin talking about her new project UNBROKEN

SOV Entertainment presents JAZZspiration June 11, 2018 in Beltsville, Maryland !!!

Posted by Christian Promoter Shawn Papi on May 23, 2018 at 3:31pm 0 Comments

SOV Entertainment Presents JAZZspiration - A Night With Three Legends (Anthony Walker, Allyn Johnson and Mark Walker)

Get your tickets now! You don't want…


Night Journey Rewind visit Pianist Benito Gonazlez

Posted by James Graves on May 10, 2018 at 1:23am 0 Comments

http://nightjourneyrewind.com Interview with Pianist Benito Gonazlez talks about his love for this music (jazz) and actually recorded an CD playing the music of McCoy Tyner
who inspired him in playing the piano

Night Journey Rewind with Saxophonist Jay Rodriguez

Posted by James Graves on April 8, 2018 at 4:28pm 0 Comments

http://nightjourneyrewind.com visit with saxophonist Jay Rodriguez talking about his career and his debut CD

Night Journey Rewind visit Pianist Monkia Herzig

Posted by James Graves on March 28, 2018 at 11:10pm 0 Comments

http://nightjourneyrewind.com  Pianist Monkia Herzig talk about her latest project "SHEROES"

Night Journey Rewind revisit Guitarist Calvin Keys

Posted by James Graves on March 17, 2018 at 12:50am 0 Comments

nhttp://nightjourneyrewind.com  Revisit with Guitarist Calvin Keys

Jazz Avenues March BLOG

Posted by Steve M. on March 16, 2018 at 10:34am 0 Comments

Miss it? The Jazz Avenues March BLOG…


Trunpeter John Lamkin & "Favorites" Quintet Returns to Twins

Posted by Cheryl Terese Goodman on March 2, 2018 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Image may contain: one or more people and text

Trumpeter JOHN LAMKIN is Back!

The JOHN LAMKIN FAVORITES QUINTET returns for two nights to DC's Twins Jazz Lounge. Two shows each night. Straight ahead jazz at its best!

The John Lamkin Favorites Jazz Quintet features:…


Antonio Parker Music Books "The Language of Jazz"

Posted by WASHINGTON DC JAZZ NETWORK on February 6, 2018 at 3:00pm 1 Comment

Saxophonist Antonio Parker, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is known for his dynamic, energetic …


© 2018   Created by WASHINGTON DC JAZZ NETWORK.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service