SUMMER WRAP UP: I seemed to have blinked and …BAM … Summer is over. And what a whirlwind it was. Unfortunately I don’t always have the chance to update this blog as often as I would like and so here … Continued
Well, I’m just back form the “land down under” – Australia. Still grappling with some extreme jet lag though… It was a great trip and very interesting being upside down on the planet. Yes, the sinks drain counterclockwise, all the … Continued
This April Jazz Arts Project Presents: Talkin’ Jazz 2011 A free weekly lecture series throughout April Click here to register April is Jazz Appreciation month as declared by the US Congress and supported and promoted by the Smithsonian Institute. … Continued
Summer Jazz in Red Bank Back in June, TCN contributor Craig A. Dowd called the Summer Jazz Cafe, presented by The Jazz Arts Project at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, “a patient stroll through the decorated halls of … Continued
Sinatra Birthday Bash aims to entertain by Dw. Dunphy The Count Basie Theatre, located on Monmouth St. in Red Bank, hosted the 4th annual Sinatra Birthday Bash, celebrating the birthday of singing legend and Hoboken native, Frank Sinatra. The refurbished … Continued
hank you, Thank you, Thank you. that’s about all I can say to all of you who attended our annual Sinatra Birthday Bash last night at the Count Basie Theatre. Thank you also to all those who helped make this such a successful event- A virtual sell-out!
An interview with the Master of Malapropisms Interviewer: Can you explain Jazz? Yogi: I can’t, but I will. 90% of all Jazz is half improvisation. The other half is the part people play while others are playing something they never played … Continued
From time to time the Jazz Arts Project will host the thoughts some friends of the organization.