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Fwd: Greater Detroit Jazz Society Jazz-o-Gram: Live Jazz the Week of January 21, 2014

From: Dave L.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 3:49 PM
Hi JAZZ FANS - Following is Sally's great Jazz-o-Gram for this week!

Best, Dave

David Lundin
[address removed]

-----Original Message-----
From: Bolle Sally <[address removed]>
To: Recipients Undisclosed <[address removed]>
Sent: Tue, Jan 21,[masked]:39 pm
Subject: Greater Detroit Jazz Society Jazz-o-Gram: Live Jazz the Week of January 21, 2014

Dear Jazz Fans,

I must do this reminder again because our Mardi Gras concert is almost here! Another reminder to purchase your tickets to the best Mardi Gras party anywhere around Detroit. Why go to New Orleans to celebrate when the GDJS brings New Orleans to you? On Sunday, February 9, the Cakewalkin' Jass Band of Toledo Ohio, featuring Nicole Heitger on vocals, brings their traditional Mardi Gras music (our 22 year) to the ConCorde Inn Forestré Banquet Center in Rochester Hills (very convenient to M-59 and I-75). A beautiful facility with a real grand piano and huge dance floor where you can wear your shimmy dress (ladies only) and dance the afternoon away. Or just listen and have fun watching. We have a great time at this event. A $28 ticket includes a New Orleans gourmet buffet including dessert, coffee, pop, tax. Cash bar. Don't miss out as tickets are limited. Please call Rosemary Newton[masked] to secure your spot! Please see the attached flier below and sign up today ...

Sally and Bill Bolle


1-21, Tuesday, Dixieland and Traditional Jazz with Paul Klinger's Easy Street Jazz Band with special guests and Melissa Reid with her special desserts from 5:30 till 8:30 p.m at Zal Gaz Grotto. Join leader, cornetist Paul Klinger, pianist James Dapogny, clarinetist Mike Jones, string bassist Paul Keller, guitarist Rod McDonald, trombonist Terry Kimura, drummer Pete Siers. Easy Street Jazz Band specializes in jazz from the 1920s and 30s. Good food and drink available, and Melissa Reid's fabulous cakes and desserts. Safe, free parking. Zal Gaz Grotto is located at 2070 W. Stadium Boulevard in Ann Arbor. Second Thursday features Kerry Price on piano and vocals.

1-21, Tuesday, 8 pm, Dennis Coffey Jazz at the Northern Lights Lounge, 660 W. Baltimore, Detroit. [masked]Dennis Coffey on guitar, with various other great musicians. Great jazz, great food, no cover, and free lighted parking.

1-21, every Tuesday. PLEASE NOTE, 1/28, 6-9 p.m. IS THEIR CD RELEASE PARTY! Pianist Charles Boles,, guitarist Ron English, bassist John Dana and Renell Gonzalez on drums.  6-9 p.m., no cover! Dirty Dog Jazz Café. Located at 97 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236, (313)[masked]. Visit their web site for more information and show times.  

1-21, Tuesday, Michele Ramo on 8 string guitar with Heidi Hepler – voice. SPECIAL EVENT 1/28, Tuesday: Michele Ramo Group at Jenuwine Cigar Lounge celebrates their 2nd anniversary at the Jenuwine, AND a New CD Release Party for "A Cigar and A Scotch." CD features Heidi Hepler - voice, Russ Miller on alto sax and flute, Danny Patrona on piano, Ralphe Armstrong on bass, Miguel Gutierrez on drums and other special guests. 44791 Schoenherr Road. Call Jenuwine at 586/997-1731. 7-10 p.m., Check out and  

1-21, Tuesday, 8 p.m., Dégagé Jazz Café, the Gene Parker Jazz Jam. Dégagé Jazz Cafe, 301 River Road, Maumee, OH 43537, [masked].

1-22, Wednesday, please see schedule below for the Dirty Dog Jazz Café. Reservations required. Located at 97 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236, (313)[masked]. Live entertainment every Wednesday through Saturday, reservations are recommended. See web site for cover charge information and show times.  Also, remember the Dirty Dog Jazz Café is open for lunch! In addition, "Late At Night Around the Piano Bar" every Friday and Saturday night from 10:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. features Detroit pianist and vocalist Stefan Kukurugya, no reservations, no cover. Interactive party atmosphere around the piano and bar. Great drink and food menu specials.
•  1-22 through 1-25, Detroit Jazz Fest All-Stars featuring Chris Collins, Dwight Adams, Ursula Walker, Gary Schunk, 
   Ralphe Armstrong and Nat Winn.
•  1-29, 2-1, Skeeto Valdez (drummer and horns)
•  2-5 through 2-6, LL7 (Latin jazz)
•  2-7 through 2-8, Sally Night (vocalist) Cover charge $25
•  2-12 through 2-15, Joshua Breakstone (guitarist)

1-22, every Wednesday, NOTE CHANGE! The Millionaires play every week now at 212 Royal Oak. Great food, atmosphere and soft dinner jazz. 212 West Fifth Street, Royal Oak, [masked], (just East of Washington), 7-10 p.m.

1-22, every Wednesday, The Glenn Tucker Organ Trio at Cliff Bell's, 8:30 p.m., no cover. 2030 Park Avenue, Detroit, 48226,[masked],

1-22, Wednesday, Ragtime Rick and the Chefs of Dixieland every Wednesday at the Sodbuster. 8-11 p.m., located in Haymarket Square, 5758 N. Main Street in Sylvania, Ohio,[masked], or

1-22, Wednesday, Ron Brooks Trio at The Raven's Club, 9 p.m.-midnight., 207 South Main Street, Ann Arbor, 48103,[masked], visit

1-22, Wednesday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Dégagé Jazz Café, the Gene Parker Jazz Jam. Dégagé Jazz Cafe, 301 River Road, Maumee, OH 43537,[masked]-8205.

1-22, and every Wednesday,Toty Viola guitar/vocals at La Dolce Vita, 6pm - 9pm, 17546 Woodward Avenue, Detroit MI 48203, 

1-23, Thursday (except the second) – former Stan Kenton drummer Jerry McKenzie and "Just Jazz" at Nikola's from 7-9:30 p.m. Nikola's is on Telegraph just north of 10 Mile Rd., west side of the street. Second Thursday: Don Swindell Quartet. See schedule below:     
•  January 23 – Judie Cochill on vocals
•  January 30 –  Ed Gooch on trombone
•  February 6 – Dave Tatrow on trumpet
•  February 13 – Don Swindell Quartet
•  February 20 – Paul VornHagen on flute/saxophone
•  March 26-29 – Joan Belgrave Quartet

1-23, Thursday (2nd and 4th of each month), The Marge's Bar Band features Johnny Trudell on trumpet, Jim Wyse on clarinet, John Hammer on piano (maybe), Terry Kimura on trombone, Bill Bolle on bass and Bob Pinterich on drums, Marge's Bar and Grill. 15300 Mack Avenue, Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230. [masked]-8895. 7 p.m., good food and classic jazz in the famous Grosse Pointe hockey bar.

1-23, Thursday, 8:30 p.m., The Scott Gwinnell Dectet at Cliff Bell's, $10 cover, 10-piece group led by award-winning composer and pianist, Scott Gwinnell.  2030 Park Avenue, Detroit, 48226.

1-23, Thursday (every 4th), Charlie Miller Quartet at the Sakana Sushi Lounge, 22914 Woodward Ave., Ferndale, 48220,[masked]-2555. 8 p.m. Charlie is the son of Russ Miller.

1-23, Thursday (and every Thursday), 312 S. Main Street in downtown Ann Arbor. 
Doug Horn and his Jazz Trio at Melange Bistro, Doug Horn on saxophones, Jeff Kressler on piano, Cary Kocher on drums, Paul Keller/Kurt Krahnke on bass play
 acoustic, classic jazz in a comfortable cosmopolitan setting. 
 Melange is a beautiful, hip restaurant that features American metropolitan interpretations of Asian and European cushiness. 8-11 p.m., 
no cover. [masked]-0202. 
1-23, every Thursday, The Ralph Tope Trio at Cliff Bell's, 8:30 p.m., no cover. 2030 Park Avenue, Detroit, 48226,[masked], www.cliffbells.com1-23, and every Thursday, Michele Ramo solo 8-string guitar at Jenuwine Cigar Factory Outlets, 8-11 p.m., #1 Cigar Lounge in Michigan. 44791 Schoenherr Rd., Sterling Heights,[masked]-1731. www.RamoMusic.com1-23, and every Thursday, Huerto Restaurant and Tequila Bar  8-11:30 p.m. Toty Viola guitar/vocals with Greg (Greco) Freeman on Percussion,  6199 Orchard Lake Road, north of W. Maple Road in West Bloomfield tel:[masked] Latin Jazz, Salsa, dancing, great food and margaritas!

1-23, Thursday, Crescent City Trio with 
Alex Belhaj with Ray Heitger at the Raven's Club in Ann Arbor, 9 p.m.-midnight, 207 South Main Street, Ann Arbor, 48103,[masked], visit Also, visit:

1-24, Friday, the RJ Spangler Trio at the Blue Pointe Restaurant in Detroit

1-24 and 1-25, Friday and Saturday, Craig Strain's Dr. Pocket at Mario's. Italian fine dining in an "unpretentious old-school kind of cool." 7:30-11:30 p.m., 4222 Second Ave., Detroit, valet parking,, arrange [address removed] 

1-24, Friday, Andy Perri Trio, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Blue Point Restaurant, 17131 E. Warren, Detroit.

1-24, Friday, Michele Ramo on 8-string guitar with Heidi Hepler – voice, Jenuwine Cigar Factory Outlets, 8-11 p.m., #1 Cigar Lounge in Michigan. 44791 Schoenherr Rd., Sterling Heights,[masked]

1-24, Friday, every, 7-10pm, Toty Viola solo guitar at Tre Monti (Hour Magazine 2013 Restaurant of the Year Winner), 1695 E Big Beaver Road, Troy, MI (in the back of the San Marino Club).

1-25, Saturday, The Bible on Broadway: Revised Version, 1st Congregational Church, Royal Oak, 1314 Northwood (corner of Crooks and Webster). Kerry Price, accompanist and co-director with Jennifer Ward. This is an afternoon of songs from Broadway shows based on the Bible - and a fund-raiser for the Welcome Inn - the Royal Oak daytime homeless shelter.  From Kerry: "This is the fourth year that my friend Jennifer Ward and I have put this show together.  Our first year was "Bible on Broadway" - and was a great success!  So, we have re-vamped the show, left in some of the best numbers, added a few new faces and a few new songs! The performers are the cream of the crop from local community theatre groups. . . NOT TO BE MISSED! Tickets $20 adults (18 and under), $10 for students. Make checks to S.O.C.H. (South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless and mail to Kerry Price, 2513 Samoset Road, Royal Oak, MI 48073. Questions[masked]-2057."

1-25, Saturday, Metro Jazz Voices at the Royal Oak Public Library, 3 p.m., 222 E. 11 MIle Rd., Royal Oak.

1-25, Saturday, vocalist Meri Slaven with pianist Scott Gwinnell at Page's in downtown Farmington, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 23621 Farmington Rd.

1-25, Saturday, Dr. Dick's Good Vibes play the lounge at the Maple Theater, located at Maple and Telegraph behind the shopping plaza, southwest corner, 6:30 to 9 p.m. Dick Tapert on vibes, Bill Meyer piano, and George Davidson on drums. 

1-25, and every Saturday, Huerto Restaurant and Tequila Bar  8:00pm -11:30 p.m. Toty Viola guitar/vocals with Greg (Greco) Freeman on Percussion,  
6199 Orchard Lake Road, north of W. Maple Road in West Bloomfield tel:[masked] Latin Jazz, Salsa, dancing, great food and margaritas!

1-26, Sunday, The Paul VornHagen Quartet at the Rec' Bowl, 4-7 p.m., 
40 Crocker Blvd, Mt. Clemens, 48043. Phone[masked]-7746.

1-26, Sunday, Planet D Nonet at the Blue Goose Inn, 4 p.m., St. Clair Shores,

1-26, Sunday (Rescheduled) Cliff Monear Trio with Ja Franco on vocals, First Presbyterian Church of Farmington, "Great Performances in a Sacred Space," 4 p.m., 26165 Farmington Rd., Farmington Hills, MI 48334. Northwest corner of 11 Mile and Farmington Roads. Phone[masked], www.farmington-pres.orgNo tickets are needed for the rescheduled event, which remains open to the general public. A donation of $15 per person or $25 per family is suggested. First Presbyterian Church is located at 26165 Farmington Road in Farmington Hills, just east of the intersection of Eleven Mile and Farmington Roads. Ample free parking is available on site, and the entire facility is barrier free and handicap accessible. Details about the Performing Arts Series at First Presbyterian Church of Farmington are available at For more information about this concert, call [masked], ext. 208.

1-26, Sunday, 1-12, 6 p.m., Jeff Pedraz Trio featuring Jeff on bass, Tom Talitsch on tenor saxophone and Rob Avsharian on drums.  Cliff Bell's, 2030 Park Avenue, Detroit, 48226.

1-26, Sunday. James Dapogny and Phil Ogilvie’s Rhythm Kings play at Zal Gaz Grotto. 5 or 6 p.m.? Admission $7, $5 for students and seniors. Zal Gaz Grotto located at 2070 Stadium Boulevard in Ann Arbor, between Liberty and Pauline and across from the Ann Arbor west side Post Office. The Grotto has a light menu, a bar, free parking, a dance floor, no steps (except on the dance floor), an unusually friendly and welcoming audience, a 7-foot Yamaha grand piano, and an unusual hot ten-piece jazz band.

1-26, Sunday (every), jazz guitarist/vocalist Toty Viola and percussionist/vocalist Greco Freeman at LaDolce Vita, 17546 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48203 from noon-3 p.m. for their Jazz Brunch. Later that evening, 6:30 pm - 9:30pm, Toty Viola Guitar/vocals at La Dolce Vita, 17546 Woodward Ave, Detroit.,  E-mail [address removed] 

1-26, Sunday (every), Ingrid Racine Quartet at the Gandy Dancer, 10 a.m. brunch,[masked], 401 Depot Street in Ann Arbor. Call to make sure she's playing that day!1-26, Sunday, Michele Ramo on 8 String Guitar, Heidi Hepler voice, Trattoria Da Luigi, 7-10 p.m., 415 S. Washington Avenue, Royal Oak,[masked], reservations suggested.

1-27, Monday, Ann Arbor,  The 15-piece Paul Keller Orchestra performs at their steady gig at Zal Gaz Grotto. PKO plays tonight and every Monday night from 7 till 9:45 PM at Zal Gaz Grotto, 2070 W. Stadium Boulevard (between Liberty and Pauline) on the west side of Ann Arbor. Good food and drinks available at Zal Gaz Grotto. Special student high school and college bands will play a 30 minute set on PKO's break. All year long, the Paul Keller Orchestra celebrates its 25th season!Abundant, safe and FREE PARKING. No steps. Come enjoy great big band music and enjoy Ann Arbor's beloved Monday Night big band tradition with PKO.

1-28, TuesdayJazz @ The Elks happens on the last Tuesday of the month from 7 pm to 10 pm. There is a $10 donation at the door which includes hors d’oeuvres.  On January 28th the Nuevo Jazz Detroit latin group returns with Duncan Jones on Keyboard, Don Lewandowski on Bass, Patrick Fitzgibbons on Vibes, Chuck Golemba on Drums, and Jerry LeDuff on Congas.  On  February 25th the Cliff Monear Trio returns with Stephenie Monear on Vocals, Cliff on Keyboard, Jeff Pedraz on Bass and Scott Ketzer on Drums.

2-1, Saturday afternoon, The Greater Detroit Jazz Society Jazz at Shield's concert features the Johnny Trudell Quintet with Johnny on trumpet, Carl Cafagna on reeds, Bill Cairo on drums, Chuck Shermetaro on piano, and Ray Tini on bass. 1-4 p.m., $10 cover. Shield's of Southfield, 25101 Telegraph Road (at 10 mile), Southfield, 48033. 

2-1, Saturday, Walter White & Small Medium@Large (Varner Recital Hall), OU jazz trumpet faculty member Walter White brings his high-powered small big band to Varner Hall for an exciting and powerful night of jazz. This concert is sponsored by OU Jazz and the Judd Family Endowed Fund and also features OU jazz faculty Miles Brown and Mark Kieme.  8 p.m., $14 General, $8 students. Here's the link for 2 for 1 tickets, good for only five more days!:

2-1, Saturday, BANJOS, BIKES & BREWS premiering the new Gaiety Three...Hugh Leal, guitar and banjo, Mike Karloff, piano..and ace banjoist/vocalist Jack Dalton. Playing "vintage songs and sing-a-long" at Windsor's new vintage/retro bicycle shop "City Cyclery" in Old Walkerville in a historic building at 553 Lincoln (just north of Wyandotte). Beers from Walkerville Brewery, a new Windsor micro brewery. Tickets are $10 (advance or at door)[masked] for credit card orders to secure a seat, limited seating, doors open 7pm. music from 8-10 p.m.

2-5, Wednesday (first of each month), Ron Kischuk’s Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band at the Grand Hotel (TV's Grand Event) in Trenton. The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band will feature Ron on trombone with an all-star band.  TV’s Grand Event, food is reasonably priced and excellent (the hotel has the former Opus One chef). 6:30-9:30 p.m., reservations recommended. $5 cover, food and drink specials. , 2651 W. Jefferson Avenue, Trenton, MI 48183,[masked], [address removed]

2-6, first Thursday of every month. A new gig  come on out! Gabby Rosolino on flugelhorn and vocals, Jerry Neeley on keyboard/vocals, Tom Ploeger on sax, Dennis DeCello on drums, Ron Rosolino on bass and vocals at Sports Channel Bar, 7:30-10:30 p.m., 25419 Jefferson Avenue, north of 10 MIle Rd., next to Harbor Lanes, in St. Clair Shores. Phone[masked]-2333. Good selection of food and drinks at affordable prices, nice room with lots of tables. Sit-ins welcome!

2-6, 2-20, Thursday (1st and 3rd) Thursday each month, Gary Greenfelder Orchestra (GGO) Swing Night at Club 54 with vocalist Jennifer Jones and and special guests. 
Located on Van Dyke Road just north of 16 Mile Road on the east side of the street (in the Sterling Plaza)! "We Strive to Keep Music Alive." 7-10 p.m. Call  [masked]-0054. $5 cover, not much for a 19-piece band!

2-9, Sunday, The Greater Detroit Jazz Society presents the BEST MARDI GRAS PARTY IN DETROIT! Advance ticket purchase recommended. Join us for our 22nd Annual Mardi Gras Concert featuring the Cakewalkin' Jass Band with Nicole Heitger on vocals of Toledo, Ohio. Concorde Inn Forestré Banquet Center, 1919 Star Batt Drive, Rochester Hills, MI 48309. Located at M-59 and Crooks. Tickets $28 includes New Orleans dinner. A large floor for struttin' your stuff, costumes encouraged. Tickets are only available through the GDJS. Please see the attached flier for the details. Tickets are limited and always sell out in advance so don't delay! 

2-9, Sunday, Attic Dwellers Jam Session at Paycheck's Lounge2932 Caniff in Hamtramck, 1-5 p.m. Open to all acoustic players and listeners.

2-9, Sunday, The Modern Cap Band, 3 p.m., Steinway Hall, Steinway Piano Gallery, 2700 E. West Maple Road, Commerce Twp., MI 48390 (corner of M5 and Maple Road), For more information, call[masked]-0358.

2-9, Sunday, The Speakeasy Quartet present their "1922 VALENTINE'S DANCE "at Windsor's Masonic Temple Ballroom "Windsor's best spring-loaded dance floor, since 1922."  986 Ouellette Ave. at Erie, 4 blocks south of tunnel exit. Ray Manzerolle, sax; Mike Karoub, cello; Mike Karloff, piano and Hugh Leal guitar perform many dance styles of vintage tunes...special guest vocalist Heather Karloff. Special Flapper hostesses and dance demonstrations by several of Windsor's leading dance studios....everyone welcome to dance or listen. Cash bar available. Free parking behind the Masonic Temple. Tickets:  $15, call Mackenzie Hall at[masked] for advance credit card orders (on sale Jan. 8)....or $20 at the door. Doors open at 2 p.m., dancing from 2:20-4:30 p.m.

2-13, second Thursday,
 Bob Ervin, Patrick MacCarroll, Brian Newsom and the gang perform with The Riverboat Ramblers as they play Dixieland jazz at the Blue Goose Inn at 28911 Jefferson in St. Clair Shores, 6-9 p.m., [masked]-0950.

2-13, Thursday, Oakland University Jazz Band with Steve Wilson in the Varner Hall stage, 6 p.m. Steve Wilson is one of modern improvised music's most cutting-edge saxophonists. Wilson's virtuosity and musicality are unparalleled, and the OU Jazz Band is pleased to welcome him to the Varner Hall stage. Pay what you wish.

2-14, Friday, Valentine's Day! The Motown Legends Gospel Choir under the direction of the Contours' Al Chisolm (musical director Kier Ward) performs at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Two shows – 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Free with museum entry. The performance will be a mix of gospel songs as well as love songs from the Original Vandellas, Mark Scott of the Miracles, Joan Belgrave, the Contours, and EJ Johnson of the Enchantments.

2-15, Saturday, Planet D Nonet at the Commonwealth Club for their Valentine's Swing Dance,

2-20, Third Thursday,
 Anything Goes" with Kerry Price at the Dakota Inn, 
 7:00-9:30 p.m., great sing-along. Located on John R just north of McNichols (6 Mile) in Detroit. Good German food and drink, lighted and guarded parking lot, reservations recommended,[masked]-9722.

2-20, Third Thursday, the Riverboat Ramblers with Bob Ervin, Patrick MacCarroll and Brian Newsom, playing old standards from the 20s and 30s at The Commonwealth Club, 30088 Dequindre Road, Warren, MI[masked],[masked]-9560., 7-10 p.m

2-23, Sunday, Planet D Nonet at the Blue Goose Inn, 4 p.m., St. Clair Shores,
April 25-27, Save the date for the North American International Banjo Convention ( at the Double Tree Hotel in Dearborn

3-1, Saturday, Attention: Dancers!!! All Night Entertainment presents the Battle of the Bands X at the Big3Swing Dance, Masonic Temple Crystal Ballroom in Detroit. Detroit's TnT Big Band vs. Toledo's Swingmania. These events are wonderful! The T.N.T. Big Band (formerly Dezie McCullers' Orchestra) has been performing throughout Metro Detroit since the 1950s.  They have been featured on the Ed Love Show (101.9 FM), local TV, and events too numerous to mention.  They're also the first big band to play in the oldest operating jazz club in America, "Bakers Keyboard Lounge." 15-piece Swingmania plays a wide variety of the class ic swing and big band music of Miller, Ellington, and Basie plus favorites such as Sinatra, Fitzgerald, Cole, Prima and Presley.  They have a solid hold on the swing scene in Northwest Ohio. Dancers of all skill levels are welcome. Many come just to enjoy the sights and sounds. Dress is semi-formal or vintage attire. General admission begins at 7 p.m. with a dance lesson from 7 to 8 p.m. The bands will battle  from 8:15 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. There is a cash bar available throughout the evening. Recommended dress is semi-formal or vintage attire.  Tickets are $25 per person in advance or at the door. Add $5 for the optional lesson. Tables of eight may be reserved in advance at no additional charge. Secured, lighted parking is available in The Masonic Temple's north parking lot.Call[masked] or sean@djan for more details.
3-16, Sunday, Detroit Groove Society presents saxophonist Dmitry Baevsky and featuring the guitarist Randy Napoleon. The band also features Paul Keller on bass and drummer Sean Dobbins. at the home of Andrew Rothman, 6650 Torybrooke Circle, West Bloomfield, MI 48323. Admission is $40/pp, $15 for students, for two sets of music. Please contact andy at [address removed] or[masked] by March 9. 

4-24 through 26, The Annual N.A.I.B.C. Banjo Convention at the Double Tree Hotel, 5801 Southfield Highway (at Ford Rd.) Dearborn, 48228. Chairman Brian Newsom, presented by Ban-Joes of Michigan, Windsor Banjos, Flint Banjo Club and an all-volunteer committee. More information to come. visit

May 27, Save the Date for Jazzalot at Temple Israel – featuring George Benson, Cliff Monear Trio and DSO Youth Orchestra. This annual event is a fundraiser for a great cause – cancer patients. 7 p.m. at Temple Israel, 5725 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield. $30 tax deductible per ticket. For more information email: [address removed] or phone[masked]-6344.

September 12-14, 2014 – Save the date for the Grugelfest in Toledo, Ohio

Radio: Don't forget while you're home to listen to WRCJ – Classical radio by day, jazz by night. 90.9 WRCJ-FM is Detroit's premier public radio source for classical and jazz music. Visit for programming.

Check out the Detroit Blues Society web site and the monthly newsletter for details on all the blues events around our area.  Members with an email address also get access to a weekly e-blast known as the Blues Stimulus package.  New and renewing members also get several $5 coupons and a bumper sticker along with their membership card.  All memberships and donations are tax deductable so a Basic $25 membership is almost free.  Find out what is happening in the Detroit blues scene by becoming a member of the Society.

Greater Detroit Jazz Society, Inc.
Sally and Bill Bolle, Chuck Moss and Emily Laura
[address removed]
Cell phone[masked]

Greater Detroit Jazz Society, Inc.
Sally and Bill Bolle, Chuck Moss and Emily Laura
[address removed]
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