Posts Tagged ‘Syracuse’s Joined Artists Musicians and Singers’’

Jazz Is…IYBY (in your back yard)

Monday, September 5th, 2016

Beasley, Loeb & Veasley from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.

Veasley, Loeb, Beasley sounds like the name of a law firm or investment bank, but true fans of the jazz genre recognize that when on stage these names signal a crisply proficient combo. We’ve never been on a smooth jazz cruise before, but the event in Syracuse a few nights ago was just a little bit of water (or a Brian Culbertson sighting) away from the real thing.

Special shout out to Reggie Seigler for producing a great concert for the FunkFest 2k16 (New York State Fair). During the show J.A.M.S., along with Pastor Daren Jaime and People’s A.M.E. Zion, raised over $1100 for victims of a local tragedy.

Pastor Jaime

Pastor Jaime

NYS Fair (Day 10): Showing Some Love

Saturday, September 3rd, 2016
The Cuse' Music Scene has a special spirit of collaboration and is all about showing love  and recognizing good musicianship. Tonight Reggie Seigler (left), founder of JAMS presented a community award to Syracuse Jazz Fest Producer Frank Malfitano.

The more time we log covering the Cuse’ music scene, the more we experience a special spirit of collaboration recognition. Tonight musician and columnist Reggie Seigler (left), founder of JAMS (Syracuse’s Joined Artists Musicians and Singers’ ) presented a community award to Syracuse Jazz Fest Producer Frank Malfitano. The ceremony was during the intermission for the FunkFest 2K16 show.