On Stage at Kingsborough - Hot Summer Nights! Free Outdoor Concert Series @ 8:00pm Jerry Weldon -Pat Bianchi-Carmen Intorre Jr. All HOT SUMMER NIGHTS shows are FREE and take place at Kingsborough's Lighthouse Bandshell. Gates open at 7:00 p.m. Concerts begin at 8:00 p.m. No reservations are necessary. Limited seating is available, but you are welcome to bring folding chairs or blankets too
Django NYC - Jumaane Smith Feat. Jerry Weldon @ 10:30pm Jerry Weldon, Pat Bianchi, Carmen Intorre Jr.
New Brunswick Jazz Project Presents Swingadelic Outside Tavern on George weather permitting 7.00 – 10.00 pm
Sets at 7 & 9PM Discover a JazzFest, in the restored 19th Century Victorian Brownstone, located in Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn’s Landmarked Historic District.
SugarHill, Harlem and Bed Sty, Central B'klyn were both the Jazz Hey Day Communities. When Ella Fitzgerald lyricized the song 'TAKE THE A TRAIN' she gives confirmation. She could have only been speaking from Brooklyn.
Sets at 7 & 9PM Brownstone JAZZ Ensembles presenting some of the best jazz artists of Yesterdays Jazz Soldiers and Todays Frontliners swinging with an authentic classic jazz style, with something for everyone to enjoy.
The Dogwood in The Grove / The Social Affair Catering & Event Design 4308 Manchester Avenue St. Louis, MO 63110
The New Brunswick Jazz Project presents the Jerry Weldon Sextet
artist The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Akiko Tsuruga - organ, Joe Magnarelli -trumpet Jerry Weldon -tenor sax Charlie Sigler -guitar Carmen Intorre Jr-drums
The New Brunswick Jazz Project presents the Akiko Tsuruga Quartet- outdoor stage (weather permitting). Reservations encouraged.
JERRY WELDON IS BACK ON LONG ISLAND, with Al Cardillo & Friends. Mark Marino on guitar Al Cardillo on Bass Ellis Holmes on Drums It's one of the night live Jazz with Harry Connick Jr's Sax player. Fun night , don't miss it . For Dinner reservation please call : (516) 795 -1929
The New Jersey Jazz Society’s first live concert since February 2020. Playing with him at the Madison Community Arts Center will be tenor saxophonist Jerry Weldon, bassist John Lee, and pianist Davis Whitfield.