2024 JAZZ ON THE BAY

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES!

JUNE 22

JULY 13

AUGUST 17

SEPTEMBER 14

66th Place and the Bay

The 2024 JOTB Season will start 1 hour later.

Each concert will go from

7:00 to 10:00 PM.


The June 22 JAZZ ON THE BAY

will feature a return of the amazing

MARLONIUS JAZZ ORCHESTRA

in a 125th birthday tribute to

Duke Ellington!


The July 13 JAZZ ON THE BAY

will feature a return of two jazz legends,

MARY STALLINGS AND HOUSTON PERSON!


The August 17 JAZZ ON THE BAY

will be a warm up for our performance at the 8/24 Bluejay Jazz Festival in Lake Arrowhead:

“Chet Baker and Ray Charles”!

Grammy-winning songwriter/pianist/singer

JOHN PROULX

will be joined by Ray Charles Raylette

VAL GEASON,

backed by Ray Charles sax player

RICKEY WOODARD

and Stevie Wonder trumpeter

NOLAN SHAHEED!


The September 14 JAZZ ON THE BAY

The Jazz On The Bay debut of the amazing 2020 winner of the international Sarah Vaughn Vocal Jazz Competition, an extraordinary singer and artist,

TAWANDA!


Thanks For Your Financial Support!

Each of the Jazz On The Bay concerts cost between $3,000 and $5,000 to produce. We rely entirely on your voluntary donations to cover the expenses.

As is our tradition, we will be passing the bucket at the concert, but if you would donate ahead of time, you will help lower the financial stress!

Thank you for making your donation to the next concert, using the usual support form below. If you would like to make an additional donation, please scroll up to the main menu, and click on “Donations To The Jazz Salon”. This will also provide access to a receipt for your separate donation.

HOW TO SUPPORT JAZZ ON THE BAY CONCERTS

Angels

For past concerts, several neighbors have generously stepped up to contribute at the $250 “Angel” level for each concert.  We are hoping again have at least 10 “Angel” supporters. 

If you can afford to join the Angels, we welcome you gratefully. 

For our regular supporters, I suggest a donation of $50.  If $50 is too much for you, please donate what you can afford. 

A donation is not required. Our goal is for everyone to have a great time, and be able to pay the artists and crew for all the joy they give us!  

If you have any questions, please email me: Dave@JazzSalon.org.

THANK YOU!!!!

Questions?  Just email me at: Dave@JazzSalon.org

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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As a small “thank you”, here is a video, from our JOTB concert on July 22, 2023, of Mary Stallings and Houston Person performing. Thanks to Mark Brown for the video.

Just click to play.

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7 Replies to “Jazz On The Bay Donations & Information”

  1. We are so lucky to have amazing jazz professionals play and sing on the bay. Thank you Dave for all you do. Looking forward to Marlonius orchestra tomorrow!!

  2. Thank you for providing such a special evening to the Peninsula residents and opening our eyes and ears up to the wonderful world of jazz! We are so lucky to have you as a neighbor and friend. I am so glad my son gets to experience world class music in his backyard!

  3. Dave thank you for another incredible “Jazz On The Bay” series!! It has been such a pleasure sharing these evenings with many or our friends over the summer. We are so privileged to have you and all of the other talented musicians perform right here in our back yard.
    Thank you Dave for the incredible effort you put into these special nights!
    Steven & Anna

  4. I wanted to pay for two “Audience Members”. In other words, $100 but I don’t see that site allows that. So, I’ll do it twice, but perhaps that could be facilitated in the future. Really looking forward to the 20th. Many thanks.

  5. Loved your concert last night – reminded me of the days of my youth and memories of such places reminiscent of say New York’s Carlyle Club. Thanks, for a truly magical evening. Pippa

    1. Pippa: I’m so glad you enjoyed the evening. I think the Carlyle is the perfect comparison for John Proulx’s singing. He expresses a deep love of the American Songbook in an understated, but beautiful style. Bobby Short would approve! MY dad took me to the Carlyle to hear Bobby back around 1965. We were from LA and this was like a pilgrimage he wanted to pass on to me. It worked!

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