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The 2014-15 PBJ & Jazz Concert Series at the Lincoln Theatre is scheduled to begin November 15. The series is an excellent way to introduce children to jazz and music in a fun and child-oriented atmosphere. There will be two performances for each of the five Saturday concerts; one at 10am, then another at 11:30am. It’s affordable weekend fun for children and their families: $5 at the door with no family being charged more than $20. Each child will be given a PB&J sandwich, juice, and cookie. Read More →

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Live Jazz in Columbus, Weekend of October 17th 2014

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Friday, October 17th Dave Powers – Hyde Park (Arlington) – 6:30pm Thomas Carroll + Guest – Worthington Inn – 7pm James Gaiters Quartet – Bowtie’s – Ramada Inn – 9pm Share this:

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JazzColumbus Weekly – October 16, 2014

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My run of October Jazz Nights Out (see last week’s column) continued on Tuesday the 8th with my inaugural visit to the Park Street Tavern Tuesday Jazz Jam. This weekly jam is now in its tenth year, and saxophonist Pete Mills leads the house band, which also includes keyboardist Erik Augis, bassist Greg Wolfram, and […]

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CJO and “A Night at the Movies” with Carly Thomas Smith

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Carly Thomas Smith is joining the Columbus Jazz Orchestra for “A Night at the Movies.” The 2014-15 Swingin’ with the CJO season will begin Oct. 23-26 at the Southern Theatere, where the CJO will be performing popular songs from classic films with help from the actress and singer. Smith led a popular jazz quintet while […]

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Live Jazz in Columbus, Weekend of October 10th, 2014

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Friday, October 10th Dave Powers – Hyde Park (Arlington) – 6:30pm Bria Skonberg Quartet – Lincoln Theatre – 8pm James Gaiters Quartet – Bowtie’s – Ramada Inn – 9pm Hubbard Stew – Dicks Den – 10pm Saturday, October 11th Jazz Jam at the Zanzibar in memory of Gene Walker – Zanzibar Brews – 5pm Christian […]

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JazzColumbus Weekly – October 9, 2014

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Happy October jazz fans! Some holes in my schedule and strong local jazz lineups have aligned to enable me to have a run of Jazz Nights Out here in the early Fall, so I’m using the time to check out a mix of new (to me) bands and venues, as well as some established favorites. […]

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Brassy and Blonde: Bria Skonberg is Returning to Columbus

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The Bria Skonberg Quintet is scheduled to take the stage at The Lincoln Theatre on Friday, October 10th at 8pm. If you missed the singer and trumpeter in “Bravo Benny” with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra in March or at Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza in July, then here’s your chance to be enlightened again. The show […]

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Live Jazz in Columbus, Weekend of October 3rd 2014

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Friday, October 3rd Dave Powers – Hyde Park (Arlington) – 6:30pm Rorschach Trio – Worthington Inn – 7pm Columbus Jazz Quartet – Bungalow Jazz – 7:30pm “I’m In the Mood For Love” w/Ms. Jaz and JAMSET – Shedd Theatre (549 Franklin Ave) – 8pm James Gaiters Quartet – Bowtie’s – Ramada Inn – 9pm New […]

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JazzColumbus Weekly – October 2, 2014

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I had a fantastic Jazz Night Out seeing the James Gaiters Quartet at Natalie’s on Tuesday, September 23rd. It was my first time seeing the masterful local drummer, and I’m glad I have finally rectified that situation. The group of Gaiters, tenor saxophonist Eddie Bayard, Cincinnati pianist William Menefield, and bassist Greg Wolfram played two […]

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