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Celebrating Philly's Jazz Organ Tradition


Home Cooking: Celebrating The Philadelphia Jazz Organ Tradition
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

World Cafe Live
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

jazz nitePhiladelphia Jazz Project, WRTI, WXPN and NPR's Jazz Night in America have teamed up to bring you Home Cooking: Celebrating the Philadelphia Jazz Organ Tradition. It's a FREE concert dedicated to the music of three of Philly's most-renowned jazz organists; Charles Earland, Shirley Scott, and Jimmy Smith. It'll be an old-school dance party with over 20 musicians, including some of the best jazz organists on the scene today. Do not miss this.


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Kenny Gates/Organ
Billy Holliman/Organ

Azel Dixson/Organ
Sonny Keaton/Organ
Rich Budesa/Organ
Dan Kostelnik/Organ

Tony Williams/Alto Sax

Pete Chavez/Tenor Sax

Tim Warfield/Tenor Sax

Sam Reed/Tenor Sax

Patrick Rickman/Trumpet
Vince Turnbull/Trumpet
Monnette Sudler/Guitar

Teddy Royal/Guitar

Larry Taminini/Guitar

Lee Smith/Bass
Lucky Thompson/Drums

Webb Thomas/Drums& Music Director
Francois Zayas/Percussion
Toby vENT/Vocals
Jaye Sanders/Vocals
Jeff Murrell/Vocals


Doors open at 6:00pm.


Get your seat today!!


This event is made possible through the collaboration of The Philadelphia Jazz Project, WXPN, WRTI, and NPR's Jazz Night in America with support provided by the Wyncote Foundation.



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