Jazz In Town: Waiting For The Warm Up

(Photo: You can catch drummer and vocalist Reggie Evans with his jazz-fusion band Decent Exposure next Wednesday.)

As we look ahead to spring and summer (yes, I know there is still snow on the ground!), we will undoubtedly have more live jazz outdoors.  The civic responsibility we all carry is to ensure the safety of others.  This means getting fully vaccinated so that we can all enjoy live music as a community.

Jazz Artists and Venues Submit Your Events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A considerable investment was made to offer a fully-featured platform for jazz artists and venues to submit their events and for jazz fans and patrons to be aware of where they can find jazz music.  With summer approaching and more jazz music becoming available, we are calling on all jazz artists and venues to make sure they submit their events using the JazzBuffalo Submit Your Event capabilities.  There is a Submit Your Event block right on the JazzBuffalo home page (bottom right corner) or you can go directly to the Submit Your Event page here: https://jazzbuffalo.org/upcoming-events/community/add

Sending a Facebook message, email, or text will not ensure that your event is listed.  The Submit Your Event feature was built for you.  Please use it so jazz fans can be aware of where you are performing.

Jazz Appreciation Month

Every April, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History sponsors a month-long celebration of the true American art form we call jazz.  A time to listen to and support jazz.  Look for ways to celebrate.

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month with Terri Lyne Carrington, Terence Blanchard and more | Hear & NowHear & Now

Featured Events

The Hot Club of Buffalo, for the second week in a row, will be one of the few live performances available. 

Hot Club of Buffalo

Saturday, April 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Pausa Art House19 Wadsworth Street
Buffalo, NY 14201 United States 
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$105.25

DEAN GIONIS, guitar. KEVIN O’BRIEN, upright bass. EJ KOEPPEL, violin. JOSH ASSAD, guitar & vocals. The Hot Club of Buffalo is a 4-piece gypsy jazz band from Buffalo, NY. The group adds some modern twists to traditional gypsy swing. Riffs from Bach, Jimi Hendrix and Steely Dan are as common as quotes from gypsy legend Django Reinhardt. And dance-friendly world music, like Bossa Nova, Choro and Rhumba are a part of every show. So is improvisation. You never know what’s…

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Jazz Fusion fans may want to take note of this event happening next Wednesday:

Decent Exposure

Wednesday, April 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sportsmen Tavern326 Amherst Street
Buffalo, NY 14207 United States 
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$20 – $40

On Wednesday, April 28, 2021 @ 7PM, DECENT EXPOSURE will take to the stage at The Sportsmen’s Tavern, 326 Amherst St., Bflo., NY. DECENT EXPOSURE: An Electrifying, Jazz / Fusion Experience – Featuring: ~ Pat Georger – Keyboards ~ Colin Brydalski – Electric Bass ~ Paul Beringer – Guitar & Sax ~ Reggie Evans – Drums & Vocals Tickets Available at: https://embed.showclix.com/event/decent-exposure-42821 Come out and join us for a night of great food and great music!

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Where To Watch National Jazz Live Streams

We continue to curate a listing of international/national jazz live streams.  A list that has grown in popularity over the course of the pandemic.  More great jazz including region favorite Elio Villafranca and the legend Ramsey Lewis.

20 plus National Jazz Live Streams To Watch From April 22 – April 26

Elio Villafranca

(Photo: in this week’s listing, you can view the great jazz pianist and composer, Elio Villafranca.) Favorite Where To Watch Jazz Live Streams picks here by JazzBuffalo. Weekly live streams throughout the country from jazz clubs and beyond to check out. Fabulous choices this weekend of national jazz artists! For the full listing of jazz live streams […]

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Check Upcoming Events At JazzBuffalo For Live Jazz/Live Streams

Be sure to check out the Upcoming Events section of JazzBuffalo.org for all the live streams.  We are continuing our efforts to be a source for a national listing of live streams that include some of the top artists in jazz.  Also, because seating is very limited for live events, tickets can go quickly.  Go here:

Upcoming Events: Live Stream And Live Events

 

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