[Dixielandjazz] MARDI GRAS with BARBONE STREET
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Thu Feb 12 09:58:19 PST 2004
If you are in the Philadelphia PA / Wilmington DE Area on Mardi Gras,
stop by and hear Barbone Street or one of it's clones. Also if in
Washington DC area, the Saturday before, come see us in Rehoboth Beach
DE. We invite you to the following public gigs, (among numerous private
parties) on the following dates.
FEB 21 SAT - Sydney's Jazz Cafe 25 Christian St. Rehoboth Beach, DE
302-227-1339 MARDI GRAS PARTY 9:30 PM till 1:00 AM. Small music Charge
($5 with dinner, $10 drinks only). This is always a FANTASTIC PARTY.
Sidney's also has great dinners & snacks from 7 PM on. One of the top
100 Jazz Nightclubs in the USA according to JAZZIZ MAGAZINE. Yes, we'll
be tossing beads to a large, and very eclectic, crowd of upwardly mobile
youngsters and some older hipsters.
FEB 24 TUES - Barbone Street Jazz bands at Wilmington DE, Newark DE,
Media PA and West Chester PA IRON HILL BREWERIES from 6:00 PM till 9:00
PM. Celebrating MARDI GRAS.
WEST CHESTER, IHB: I lead the usual suspects, Guitar, Double Bass,
Drums, Trumpet, Trombone, Clarinet, at the West Chester Location, 3 West
Gay Street. 610-738-9600. Come there for beads from the legendary
Barbone Street Jazz Band. Great New Orleans Food and fun. Other Barbone
Street band versions below, if you can't make it to West Chester. No
cover at any location.
Wilmington Riverfront IHB: Band Tex Wyndham leading the Red Lion Jazz
Band aka Barbone Street this night. Piano. Banjo, Bass Sax, Cornet,
Newark DE IHB: Al Straub and the Last Chance Jazz Band (Washington DC
area) aka Barbone Street this night. Piano, Bass, Drums, Trumpet,
Media PA, IHB: John McClernan leads The Showboat Casino Jazz Band
(Atlantic City) aka Barbone Street this night. Banjo, Tuba, Drums,
Trumpet, Trombone, Clarinet
PS. Every New Orleans Jazz Band in the world should be working for money
somewhere, throwing beads, and kissing the girls on Mardi Gras. As well
as having an enormous amount of fun with a young and appreciative
audience. All it takes is contact with, and a little promotion to, a
venue near you.
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