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Blue Monday's Jazz Jam Session

Come out to Blue Monday's Jazz Jam Session every Monday with house band members Calvin Keys- guitar, Art Maxwell- saxophone/flute, Mark "Hashima" Williams- bass, Keith Saunders- piano, and Leon Joyce, Jr.- drums, and (In Loving Memory of Khalil Shaheed) from 7:00pm-11:00pm and doors open at 6:00pm.  Come on out and sing, play your instrument or just enjoy the music.  You can never tell what stars will show up at our Blue Monday's Jazz Jam Sessions.

Admission is $10.00.

Music students FREE admission.




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0 #9 Lee Woods 2014-06-26 09:33
This is not a typical jam session with pro musicians getting together to jam after a show or something. You bring your lead sheets and have a pro band back you up. So, it's rookies getting a chance to showcase themselves with pros. It's great and well worth $10. Students get in free. And it's not a nite club scene. A few bottles of wine and water. That's it.
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0 #6 L.B. 2014-04-28 20:34
You are not paying to play. This venue is not a bar venue. It's an art gallery that is mostly DONATING the venue to the music. They're not making big money off drinks, etc. They need to pay the electricity, toilet facilities, staffing, property taxes, entertainment taxes, etc. The admission fee is to make sure that the venue is able to pay the costs of just being open. And the musicians that play there the entire evening and show up week after week - ya think that maybe they should get a little something so that you have a place to listen and be heard?
0 #5 Alex W 2014-03-12 04:26
I don't see big deal about paying a measly five bucks to go to an open mic. I was going to a free admission blues jam in San Francisco but once I payed for the bridge toll and gas to go there and back it ends up being less just to go to the 57th street jam. For the most part I was not even allowed to sing at the Blues jam in San Francisco because my songs were too difficult for the random people who played there. The 57th street players seem to be able to play just about anything so there is no comparison really.
+2 #4 marc babin 2013-09-24 01:47
How about don't play even if your good but pay. Just be there and support jazz it needs it.
0 #3 David Byrd 2013-08-19 19:22
I agree with Herman. i have played with all the jazz Masters from Chicago, and to pay to play is a big insult to a professional musician no matter how you slice it. At the pro jams in Chicago, they not only get in free, but many times I have had customers and owners buy me a drink, although I am not a drinker. The customers should pay, not the pros. Something is wrong with this picture.
-1 #2 Marlene Wiedenbaum 2013-05-15 16:46
Herman, I'm sorry that you feel that way about paying. And I'm not a musician, but do you know WHO YOU GET TO PLAY WITH!?!? Aside from getting to play with such talents, you also get to LISTEN to great music. In the long run, everybody pays, everybody wins.
+3 #1 Herman Roque 2012-12-11 01:11
I'm only sorry that musicians have to pay to play. As we bring our talents to your club and intertain your custermers and have to buy our own drinks. Where is the respect of the musician. if I come to see a certian artis then I don't have a problum paying but to pay to play is out of the queston.

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