Jazz In Town: Local Talent Hits The Scene

While the Buffalo area may be light on national or international jazz artists visiting the area this coming week, there are plenty of Buffalo jazz artists who provide the best jazz music you will find anywhere.  Here is what you can find this upcoming week:

Singing at MergeTonight, Thursday, October 23rd at 7:00pm at Merge you will find Mark Filsinger on trumpet, Phil Sims on trombone, Jared Tinkham on guitar, Wayne Moose on bass, and Candice Thomas on drums.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MCT Nietzsches 1024.001Friday, October 24th at 6pm My Cousin Tone’ plays at Nietzsche’s on Allen Street with Karen Ragusa on bass, Tony Zambito on percussion, Jim Matteliano on keyboards, Tim Martin on sax, Bill Basil on drums, and Pete Daupin on trombone.

 

 

 

 

 

Why notCatch Why Not Jazz tomorrow night at Pausa Art House, Friday October 24th at 8pm led by Kevin Doyle on piano, David Phillips on drums, Brian DeJesus on bass, and special guest Andrew Weinzler on sax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Jazz Example are back at the Anchor Bar Friday October 24th at 8pm.

Tony glosterThe Abdul-Rahman Qadir Trio with special guest Tony Gloster on sax hit the 31 Club Friday October 24th beginning at 9:30pm – see Dr. Barry Boyd on bass, Dale Toliver on guitar, and Abdul-Rahman Qadir on drums.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Wooden citiesSee Wooden Cities Saturday, October 25th beginning at 8pm at Pausa Art House.  Original contempory music compositions, free jazz style, and other contemporary genres.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bus Stops Here

BusstopsherejpegOn Saturday October 25th with two shows at 4pm and 8pm, Musical Fare Premier Cabaret puts on a show called The Bus Stops Here.  It will feature Randy Kramer, Executive Director of Musical Fare on piano and vocals, Buffalo Music Hall of Fame 2014 inductee Theresa Quinn on piano and vocals, Phil Sims taking on multiple instruments including piano, trombone and vocals, and drummer extraordinaire Tom Kasperek.  This show, while it will have jazz related to Tommy Dorsey, also will recount stories and music from Broadway musicals.  An entertaining evening of story, song, and music you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else.  

 

 

 

Keep Jazz Alive In WNY!

Tony

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