[Dixielandjazz] A useful program for all Jazz Societies and Band
TCASHWIGG at aol.com
TCASHWIGG at aol.com
Mon Nov 1 18:17:15 PST 2004
Hi Folks: Here is a program and at the bottom a list of sponsors which should
give anyone interested a pretty good idea how to get one going in their area
and the kind of sponsors to look for. I hope somebody uses it to create new
1994-NICKEL-A-DANCE SOIREES CELEBRATE 10th ANNIVERSARY-2004
FREE MUSIC - EVERY SUNDAY IN OCTOBER
---and THREE SUNDAYS IN NOVEMBER!!!) - CAFE BRASIL
Preservation Hall Hot Four
SUNDAY, Nov. 7, AT CAFE BRASIL, 4-7 P.M.
(FREE & CHILDREN INVITED)
The Nickel-A-Dance Soirees will continue at Cafe Brasil on Sunday, November
7, with the Preservation Hall Hot Four. There is no admission charge for the
concert/dance, which will be held from 4-7 p.m.
Cafe Brasil is located at 2100 Chartres St., at the corner of Frenchmen and
Chartres. Children, families, and the general public are invited. The remaining
November 7 Preservation Hall Hot Four
November 14 Jack Maheu & Fire in the Pet House Callithumpian Jazz Band
November 21 Walter Payton's File' Gumbo with Al Carson
The Nickel-A-Dance Soirees began with one concert ten years ago and has grown
into an 8-week series featuring the best of New Orleans jazz bands. As they
have done in the past, anonymous music fans continue to join together with the
Jazz Centennial Celebration and a growing list of sponsors to celebrate jazz.
In addition, proprietors of Cafe Brasil have donated the use of the venue to
the Nickel-A-Dance Soirées, which have helped revive the neighborhood dance
traditions that used to be widespread across the city.
Supporters for this year's Nickel-A-Dance Soirees include:
Cafe Brasil; Café Rose Nicaud; Celia and Jeff Collins; City of New Orleans;
Civil Sheriff Paul R. Valteau, Jr. and the Sheriff Deputies Association;
d.b.a.; Dorian M. Bennett Realtors, Inc.; Fauboug Marigny Improvement Association;
French Quarter Realty; Jazz Centennial Celebration; Louisiana Music Factory;
Miller Supply Co., Inc; Mona's Cafe and Deli; OffBeat Music Magazine Palm Court
Jazz Cafe; Samara Poche' & Gary Trankston; Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro; 13
Monaghan Bar & Restaurant; and a group of anonymous jazz fans.
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