- 1920's Jazz with Dr. Jazz & the Jazzbugs
- Bluegrass music with Them Other Freerange Pluckers
- Good Bait -- Piano Jazz
All ensembles are acoustic.
Here you will find information, sound samples and photos to reward your curiosity. Thanks for visiting my site. ...Stay a while.
Recent and upcoming events
The Jazzbugs are booking summer festivals and are excited about our first performance at the Taste of Diversity Festival on June 28. It takes place on Grant Street between LaFayette and Auburn. Stay posted for times. Also visit www.tasteofdiversity.org
Them Other Freerange Pluckers played Allentown Art Festival weekend, June 15, for the Sunday morning service from 10:00 am to 11:00 am in the Trinity Episcopalian courtyard. It was a beautiful, sunny morning with lots of fine picking and three-part harmonies.
We offer our apologies to everyone who may have seen wrong dates for Jazzbugs performances. Be sure to check this site and jazzbugs.com
for accurate dates.
Return of Juini Booth at Pausa Art House, 19 Wadsworth Street. Despite being Friday the 13th, everyone enjoyed the show. Juini played Ed's Bass and excelled at getting the 1850 German bass to evoke the spirit of McCoy Tyner or Elvin Jones. Check out their upcoming shows at www.pausaarthouse.com
The Jazzbugs played at Buffalo's newest and hottest Bar and Kitchen, Hot Mama's Canteen
, during the Discover Amherst Street Festival on Saturday, June 21st. The energetic sounds got the guests dancing and turned heads of festival goers outside.
Ed is grateful to Mark Monaco of Monaco's Violin Shop for help with his bass fiddles. Too many times too mention, Mark has come through. For your bass, violin, viola, cello, etc., needs, check out Monaco's