Hello friends. A simple thank you isn't enough, but it is indeed sincere. So thank you to Ronnie Corsaro. Thank you Carol Calato. Thank you to Sandra Hays and Lori Presti. Thank you to all of the sponsors and volunteers who so unselfishly gave of their energy and their time. The success of the incomparable Lewiston Jazz Festival is testament to the effort and the commitment of these generous souls. What a privilege to be a part of it and to be associated with such heartfelt and caring individuals... The greater jazz community is in your debt.
trioPAYAZZO plus 2
Harry Fackelman, saxophone Andy Peruzzini, trumpet Bernard Kunz, guitar Marc Cousins, bass your host, drum set
I have to admit I don't get it. You've likely heard of trioPAYAZZO. They get gigs. They have a following. And all this success without the services of a cooperating drummer... What kind of world do we live in? I look at it as a corruption of that old Nancy Reagan thing - just say no to drums. So in the interest of all that is fair, I've forced myself on them. Stop in if you can. Hear the damage that one slightly miffed musician can do with an array of percussive choices. Milkie's on Elmwood, at the intersection of West Utica & Elmwood Avenue. 882-5881
A Jones Summit
Michael T. Jones, piano Bobby Jones, piano Cameron Kayne, bass your host, drum set
Upcoming at Milkie's Elmwood
(Labor Day Break)
Patty Flaherty & Craig Kastelnik
To stick my hands in the toaster...
He has to be a great drummer to be better than no drummer.
- Chet Baker