Tuesday Night Jazz at the Church presents
Cake and Champagne Birthday Celebration - Tuesday, November 7, 6:30PM
It has finally arrived! Happy 5th Birthday to all of us! We will be celebrating with cake and champagne, in the company of each other and many of the musicians who have created so many memorable moments for us to treasure since November of 2018.
Doors open at 6:30 … the music starts right away so don’t miss a note.
See you Tuesday.
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I have often said how I really enjoy listening to our previous shows in the background while I am about my household chores and such throughout my day. Last week's performance by Roy and James is no exception. These musicians listened -- truly listened to each other -- crafting some wonderfully sensitive improvisation moments for us. It is remarkable and worth the time to play it on your good speakers or headphones.
Big thank you and kudos to Robert Dettling and Joseph Owens for getting those great camera shots.
And Dennis Jones THANK YOU as always for setting the space and taking such good care of all our guests.
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"Why is jazz not part of the pop scene anymore?
Hancock - “Because it's not the music that matters anymore. People don't care about the music itself anymore, but about who makes the music. The public is more interested in celebrities and how a certain artist is more famous than music. It changed the way the audience relates to music. He no longer has a transcendental connection to music and its quality. Just wants the glamour. Jazz doesn't want to be part of it. Do you know why? It's not about humility, or arrogance, a posture ′′ we don't want to be famous, we're underground ". None of that. Jazz is about the human soul, not about the appearance. Jazz has values, teaches to live the moment, work together, and especially to respect the next. When musicians gather to play together, you have to respect and understand what the other does. Jazz in particular is an international language that represents freedom, because of its roots in slavery. Jazz makes people feel good about themselves.”