JazzStand

JazzStand The best in live jazz and blues every second Tuesday of the month, September through May. Open to all free of charge. JazzStand.org

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Operating as usual

07/04/2020
19th Season Finale, May 10, 2016

Saxophonist Keith Anderson opens "Larry Bragg's Ol' Sole Club" with "Lift Every Voice and Sing". 19th Season finale of Tuesday Nite Jazz at St. Paul United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas.

03/20/2020

In celebration of Deanna Witkowski's birthday today, enjoy her first jazz vespers in Dallas on January 11, 2014. Scott Latzky on drums. Michael O'Brien on bass, along with Elzie Odom Jr, then Senior Pastor of St. Paul, and Andy Stoker of First UMC Dallas. Great to hear our dear late friend Charles W. Winslow Jr. here and there voicing his appreciation of the trio. Charles was a great partner in making a success of Ms. Witkowski's Dallas debut.

01/02/2020
The Jonathan Mones Swingdom Quartet, December 17, 2019

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoQ_khCwrFNVD3VkKcnw2jQ

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jazzstand

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jazzstand/jazzstand

On December 17, The Jonathan Mones Swingdom Quartet brought Advent of Jazz 2019 to a close.

Jonathan Mones—alto saxophone
Peter Rioux—piano
Mike Luzecky—bass
Robert Sput Searight—drums

Sitting in: M. Jelani Brooks—tenor saxophone

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

01/02/2020

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoQ_khCwrFNVD3VkKcnw2jQ

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jazzstand

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jazzstand/jazzstand

On December 17, The Jonathan Mones Swingdom Quartet brought Advent of Jazz 2019 to a close.

Jonathan Mones—alto saxophone
Peter Rioux—piano
Mike Luzecky—bass
Robert Sput Searight—drums

Sitting in: M. Jelani Brooks—tenor saxophone

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

01/02/2020
Dave Zoller & Evidence perform Music of Thelonious Monk, December 10, 2019

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoQ_khCwrFNVD3VkKcnw2jQ

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jazzstand

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jazzstand/jazzstand

On December 10, Advent of Jazz 2019 continued with Dave Zoller & Evidence perform Music of Thelonious Monk.

Aaron Irwinsky—saxophone
Dave Zoller—piano
Jeffry Eckels—bass
Woody Berner—drums

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

01/02/2020

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoQ_khCwrFNVD3VkKcnw2jQ

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jazzstand

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jazzstand/jazzstand

On December 10, Advent of Jazz 2019 continued with Dave Zoller & Evidence perform Music of Thelonious Monk.

Aaron Irwinsky—saxophone
Dave Zoller—piano
Jeffry Eckels—bass
Woody Berner—drums

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

01/01/2020
BbQ: The Ben Bohorquez Quartet at JazzStand

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/…/UCoQ_khCwrFNV…

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/…

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/…/jazzstand…

To open Advent of Jazz 2019 on December 3, JazzStand on Abrams presented BbQ.

Ben Bohorquez—saxophone
Peter Rioux—piano
Young Heo—bass
Brian Harmon—drums

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.
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01/01/2020

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/…/UCoQ_khCwrFNV…

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/…

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/…/jazzstand…

To open Advent of Jazz 2019 on December 3, JazzStand on Abrams presented BbQ.

Ben Bohorquez—saxophone
Peter Rioux—piano
Young Heo—bass
Brian Harmon—drums

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

01/01/2020
Raul Reyes Quartet: The Journey

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoQ_khCwrFNVD3VkKcnw2jQ

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jazzstand

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jazzstand/jazzstand

On November 12, 2019, Raul Reyes Quartet presented The Journey.

Carlos Averhoff Jr—saxophone
Dave Meder—piano
Raul Reyes—bass
Quincy Davis—drums

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

01/01/2020
Flipside with special guest Pete Clagett, October 8, 2019

Although we keep a single camera video of every concert we present, recordings are not what we make at JazzStand on Abrams. We make live music happen. We present "one-off" live concerts in a world where recorded music is so ubiquitous that it is taken for granted. Because live, one-night-only shows are our reason for being, we rarely post video from our JazzStand concerts.

Midway through our 23rd Season, we are departing from custom in order to share a complete video record of the concerts we have presented since the season opened on September 10, 2019.

We are doing this to give those who may not yet know us a general idea of what a JazzStand concert is, and to give those who do know and love what we do a way to share JazzStand with those who don't.

We are also asking you to help us keep presenting live jazz to the public free of charge in two ways:

First, please subscribe to our YouTube channel. We need at least 100 subscribers in order to claim a URL that is unique to us. You can find our channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoQ_khCwrFNVD3VkKcnw2jQ

Second, we need your financial support. While we invite you to enjoy our concerts free of charge, we do not ask our artists to play for free. Giving is easy at https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/jazzstand

While you enjoy a video record of the season so far, we invite you to get to know us better by visiting the now concluded project we launched on Kickstarter earlier this year. Of more than fifty projects that ran out of DFW during the thirty day project period, only "JazzStand, A Bandstand for Jazz" was named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jazzstand/jazzstand

On October 8, 2019, Flipside with Special Guest Pete Clagett presented The Shape of Jazz to Come: A Tribute to Ornette Coleman.

Dave Monsch—saxophone
Pete Clagett—trumpet
Paul Unger—bass
Dennis Durick—drums

The concert took place in the sanctuary of Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road in Dallas, Texas, and was open to the public, free of charge.

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Coming to the Texas Theatre on 5/24 a documentary about hand made guitars featuring famous guitarists https://www.facebook.com/carminestreetguitarsfilm/videos/558451977972264/
Good evening! We are promoting a Jazz event next month there in Dallas and would love the opportunity to host you, JazzStand and your loving friends! We have discounted group tickets and VIP seating available, so let’s discuss getting you and your party setup for a wonderful weekend of beautiful music! This is going to be an awesome show, so do something Jazzy for Mother's Day! https://www.facebook.com/events/2084909654900081/
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Tuesday, October 10- The Bobby Falk group presents a special concert of music for JazzStand on Abrams! 7:pm. Featuring Dana Sudborough, Eric Willis, Bobby Falk, Jeffry Eckels, Anne Falkenstein, Aaron Irwinsky and Chris Borin! You won't want to miss this special performance!
What a way to start the season at JazzStand on Abrams! (formerly Tuesday Nite Jazz). The impressive Brad Leali , his LARGE JAZZ BAND , featuring the incomparable Cynthia Scott!. Ms.Cynthia brings it!, every time!,. Robert, Lynette, the staff, Wilshire Baptist and all that helped 'knock it out of the park'!. Great seeing Sandra, Joyce , Thom and meeting Pam