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Best Of Who Got The Jazz

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For six months, from January to June of 2014, PJP and Veteran Freshman presented some powerfully entertaining evenings at World Cafe Live.


It was the Who Got The Jazz Series. We perfected a friendly and inventive mash-up of R&B/Jazz/Hip Hop, presenting some of Philly's hottest rappers, poets and singers, along with our house band, Nimrod Speaks-bass, Luke Carlos O'Reilly-drums and Khary Shaheed-drums, They were on fire, each and every night of the series. The Who Got The Jazz Series also celebrated key Jazz icons such as, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Lee Morgan and others.


If you missed it, you have one more shot....


Sunday, August 24th at 7:00pm Doors Open/Showtime at 8:00pm

World Cafe Live

3025 Walnut Street

Phila., PA 19104


Admission: $15/$20

All Ages Welcome

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The Best of Who Got The Jazz:

Featuring Jacqueline Constance, Twizz-Matic, E-Hos, Dewey Decibal, Vent, Justin Graham, Suzann Christine, Chris Vance, Ms. Mekhai, Sap Sounds, Fonte Cruise.


Hosted by: Sonny The Host


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Who Got The Jazz is a co-production of Philadelphia Jazz Project & Veteran Freshman.


A gallery of WGTJ Peformers.

constance twizz suz

nimmy luke khary

mekhai  dude ehos

From left to right, top to bottom:

Jacqueline Constance, Twizz-Matic, Suzann Christine;

Nimrod Speaks, Luke Carlos O'Reilly, Khary Shaheed;

Ms. Mekhai, Chris Vance, E-Hos.


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