The Jay / Sharptet plays the music of Chet Baker

Join The Jay/Sharptet as we play a selection of music from the career of tragic trumpet player and singer Chet Baker. Music will be performed from Chet’s time with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet, young Chet’s records with Pacific Jazz like “Chet Baker Sings”, his comeback on CTI with “She Was Too Good For Me” and […]

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Decent Exposure at T-PAC

Decent Exposure performed a set at our weekly Blue Monday series and they were absolutely incredible, the crowd was cheering! The musicianship on display by Reggie Evans, Colin Brydalski, Paul Beringer and Pat Georger was sheer joy to experience (biographies https://www.eegermusic.com/artists-biography-1). We hope you can join us for AN ELECTRIFYING JAZZ/FUSION EXPERIENCE on May 21st […]

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Jazz In Town: Live Jazz Is Returning

(Photo Credit: Jack Zuff of drummer Joe Goretti who you can catch this weekend at a live jazz event.) As the weather begins to warm up, finally, we will begin to experience the return of live jazz music also.  In addition, the restrictions are beginning to relax.  So, please, get your COVID-19 vaccination so we […]

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15 plus National Jazz Live Streams To Watch From May 13 – May 17

(Photo: in this week’s listing, you can view Joey DeFrancesco perform on the historic organ at Van Gelder Studio) 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 […]

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Jazz In Town: Celebrate Mother’s Day

This Sunday, we celebrate Mother’s Day.  In an extraordinarily hard year for many Mothers due to the pandemic, we give thanks and appreciation for all they do. Featured Event JazzBuffalo continues to partner with The Terrace at Delaware Park and what better way than to team up for Mother’s Day.  More details below but be […]

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15 plus National Jazz Live Streams To Watch From May 6 – May 10

(Photo: in this week’s listing, you can view the next-generation star saxophonist, composer, and educator, Alex Tarantino.) 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 […]

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Kleinhans Announces Return of Art of Jazz Series for 2022

The sounds of jazz music are set to return to Kleinhans Music Hall in the Mary Seaton Room next year. The lineup for the  Art of Jazz 2022 series has been released in anticipation of the reopening of concert venues. Included are two shows canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Kleinhans was thrilled […]

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JazzMondays At Tappo Rooftop Patio With My Cousin Toné Returns For Fourth Season!

The Popular Tappo Restaurant Weekly Monday Jazz Series With My Cousin Toné Has Become A New Downtown Buffalo Tradition The popular Summer JazzMondays on the rooftop patio of Tappo Restaurant returns for the summer of 2021 for its fourth season!   My Cousin Tone’ returns to perform on the rooftop patio every Monday night!  Voted in the […]

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Jazz In Town: Celebrating International Jazz Day

(Photo: You can catch jazz vocalist DeeAnn DiMeo as part of the TD Niagara Jazz Festival International Jazz Day celebration on Frid, April 30th.) This Friday, April 30th, we celebrate International Jazz Day.  The annual celebration marks its 10th Anniversary.  The COVID-19 pandemic has meant the yearly star-studded global concert will be held virtually once […]

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12 Ways To Celebrate International Jazz Day Virtually April 30th

Friday, April 30th we celebrate International Jazz Day. This year, it will mark a special occasion as the annual tribute to jazz celebrates its 10th anniversary. Quite an achievement for a global effort to raise the awareness of jazz universally but also to make jazz a part of global humanitarian consciousness. The global COVID-19 pandemic […]

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