[Dixielandjazz] Where did it go?
meetmrcallaghan at gmail.com
Sun Jun 20 05:45:00 PDT 2010
Chuck Mangione's first major gig was at the Shakespeare, a restaurant
that took up an entire floor in the executive headquarters of Xerox in
Although I believe the engagement may have lasted for a coupla years, Chuck
was later quoted as saying, "Listening to music was the third reason that
people came there for"
On 6/20/10, Robert Ringwald <rsr at ringwald.com> wrote:
> Bill Haesler wrote regarding Graham Bell:
> > Graeme also told me years ago, that if he had relied on the jazz mob for
> a living, he would have starved.
> Turk Murphy told me the same thing about his night club Earthquake
> Magoon's. He said that if he relied on Jazz fans, he would go broke.
> --Bob Ringwald
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