[Dixielandjazz] Fw: May 29 - Sac Jazz Festival - Mainstream Jazz Sunday Marathon

Robert S. Ringwald robert at ringwald.com
Tue Mar 1 21:51:48 PST 2005

        The Sacramento Jazz Jubilee expands the type of music presented.

In 1973 when the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee first started, it was almost 
strictly Trad or Dixieland Jazz.  Through the years we have gradually added 
other types of Jazz such as. Big Band, Swing, Blues, Zydico, Calmer and 
Western Swing.  This year for the first time, "Main Stream Jazz" has been 

We have a quite  active Main Stream Jazz community here in Sacramento and 
for the first time, this type of Jazz will be presented as part of the 

For you Trad fans, don't worry, we will still have more Trad bands (over 50) 
than any other festival.  As usual, there will also be 3 sites devoted 
strickly to Trad Jazz.

Below is an announcement from Vivian Lee of Scarlet Productions.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "vivian lee"
 Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 5:28 PM
Subject: May 29 - Sac Jazz Festival - Mainstream Jazz Sunday Marathon

> The jazz festival is coming and on Sunday May 29 the Festival organizers 
> have given Scarlett Productions Presents Sunday evening jazz 13 hours to 
> present mainstream jazz in Savanna's.
>    Having a Mainstream Jazz House in the Sacramento Jubilee is a huge 
> milestone for us, the jazz fans and musicians in Sacramento, and we are 
> very happy that the festival has extended this invitation to us.
> Please make plans to join us on Sunday May 29 from 10am - 11pm. This is an 
> opportunity for us to show that Main Stream Jazz has a serious following 
> here in Sacramento. Purchase a one-day badge and move freely thoughout the 
> festival and the Red Lion Hotel for the day.
> Showtimes for Sunday May 29:
> 10am - Vivian Lee Quintet
> 1130am - Beth Duncan Quartet
> 1pm - Miles Cope Quintet
> 2:30 - D'baba Project
> 4pm - Ann Pederson Quintet
> 5:30 - Vivian Lee Quintet
> 7pm - Miles Cope Quintet
> 8:30 - D'baba Project
> 10pm - Ann Pederson Quintet

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