AFRO-AMERICAN MUSIC INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 36 YEARS
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Jazz lovers! Please note that Savoy will be closed on Monday, Sept 3rd (Labor Day)! So be sure to get your jazz fix this Monday (Aug 27) at Savoy Monday Night Jazz with the Roger Humphries Trio, featuring jazz guitarist Mark Strickland! Then be sure to join us again on Sept 10th at Savoy for a jam celebrating the 1 year anniversary of Monday Night Jazz, with Roger and the guys, featuring Sean Jones and many of the artists who have made this first year so fantastic (more on that…Continue
Added by Charlie G. Sanders on August 27, 2012 at 7:42am — No Comments
You all are the BEST! This past Monday (8/13/12) at Savoy was absolutely amazing! The house was packed and the good times rolled! Lou Stellute was on fire and of course, Roger, Dwayne and Max knocked it out of the park, so to speak. Working with these amazing players was a real treat and having a great crowd of jazz lovers to share this experience with was priceless! And as much as I enjoyed my night in the limelight, I'm more then happy to move back into the role of host for some of…Continue
Added by Charlie G. Sanders on August 18, 2012 at 12:41am — No Comments
LOVERS OF JAZZ, First, I want to encourage you to make it a date to be at Savoy as often as possible for Monday Night Jazz. And second, I want to especially ask you to make it a point to come out this coming Monday (Aug 13, 2012) to see ME (CHARLIE G.) and LOU STELLUTE, (along with the ROGER HUMPHRIES TRIO), do a rare performance at SAVOY!
Over the past year, Savoy has had the pleasure of presenting some the best jazz musicians in the world, playing some of the finest music ever…Continue
Added by Charlie G. Sanders on August 10, 2012 at 9:49am — No Comments
Norbert Hogel my dear friend , It was great to have spent the last 25 years of my life playing some great music with you. You are already missed.....you did ok Bro! Rest In Peace!!!!!
Added by The Brian Edwards Excursion on August 9, 2012 at 2:02pm — No Comments
The suggestion was peaches.
As always, The LuPones, a group based at Steel City Improv Theater that invents songs and scenes on the fly, had opened by asking the audience for "a word or…Continue
Erroll Garner, the famous pianist from Homewood, couldn't read music. Luckily for him -- and jazz fans -- Ernest McCarty can.
Mr. McCarty, 71, of Lawrenceville was playing stand-up bass in a New York City supper club when he saw Garner in the audience -- for the third night in a row.
"He called me over to the table and said, 'Can…Continue