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What’s happening in March?  April?


  Dan Gabel’s Centennial Jass Band Thursday  March 30th at Primavera Ristorante,  20 Pleasant Street (off Route 109) Millis, MA.  02054.  (508) 376-2026  New room – BIG dance floor!
Primavera Schedule Cover: $10 cash at the door.  Weather: 60°

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CineDevine Videos
Essex Winter Series 
Suncoast Jazz Classic
Piano features
The Spire Center
Cotuit Center for the Arts
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Woods Hole Jazz

Provincetown Jazz Festival
BPL Never Too Late Group

  • Riverboat Stompers at Primavera Ristorante February 16, 2017 (3/22/2017) - Jazz Sea Cruise – January 1-19, 2018    Phone 352.205.1777  Fax: 352.415.0779 The Riverboat Stompers with guest Craig Ball performed peppy renditions of New Orleans favorites  at Primavera Ristorante, with Craig Ball (cl), Neil Flewelling (ct), Frank Batchelor (tb), Steve Taddeo (dr), Phil … Continue reading
  • 6-piece swing and classic jazz band Eli and The Hot Six at Primavera Ristorante January 19, 2017 (3/10/2017) - Bob Winter keys, Eli Newberger leader/tuba, Bob Tamagni drums, Ted Casher clarinet and tenor sax, Phil Person trumpet and Herb Gardner trombone and vocals. Not shown: Elaine Wu and Watson Reid vocals. The Hot Six were in rare form, playing … Continue reading
  • Blue Horizon Jazz Band at Primavera January 5, 2017 (1/29/2017) - Stan McDonald soprano sax, Phil Person trumpet, John Kafalas trombone, Jack Soref guitar and banjo, Stu Gunn double string bass, Rich Malcolm drums. Stan McDonald’s Blue Horizon Jazz Band enthusiastically opened the 2017 Thursday Jazz Season raring to play Traditional Jazz after … Continue reading
  • Eli and The Hot Six at Primavera December 15, 2016 (1/14/2017) - Phil Person trumpet, Ted Casher clarinet/tenor sax, Herb Gardner trombone, Bob Winter keyboard, Jimmy Mazzy banjo/vocals, Eli Newberger tuba, Carolyn Newberger washboard, no drums – Bob Tamagni was absent because of recent surgery. The group members are obviously excellent jazz … Continue reading
  • Eli & The Hot Six at Primavera November 17, 2017 (11/20/2016) - Phil Person trumpet, Ted Casher reeds, Herb Gardner trombone, Bob Winter keys, Jimmy Mazzy banjo/vocals, Eli Newberger leader/tuba, Bob Tamagni drums Eli & The Hot Six played fantastic contemporary jazz Thursday November 17th at Primavera Ristorante in Millis, MA.  They … Continue reading

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Dan Gable and The Abletones Amanda Carr Jeff Barnhart
Bart Weisman Bay State Stompers Bearcats Jazz Band
New Black Eagle Jazz Band Blue Horizon Jazz Band Carol Sloane
Pete Collins Compaq Big Band Dave Whitney Orchestra 
Dick Miller, PTown summer Dixie Diehards Eli Newberger
Fantasy Big Band             JEN
Jazz Education Network
Galvanized Jazz Band
Granite State Stompers Grace Kelly Hal McIntyre Orchestra
Hanover Theatre, Worcester Heartbeat Dixieland Jazz Band Jeff Hughes
JEM Jazz Kathleen Howland,
Music Therapy
Jimmy Mazzy Cassandre McKinley Mood Elevators
Monte Carlo Jazz Ensemble Ed Harlow, saxophone Narrows Center for the Arts
Eric Baldwin, guitar New Liberty Jazz Band Paramount Jazz Band
The Peter Smith Trio Ross Petot Riverboat Stompers
Sarah Spencer Scott Hamilton Seacoast Stompers
Ken Steiner Squirrel Hill Olde Tyme Band Swing Legacy
Swing Senders Tom Nutile Big Band  White Heat Swing Orchestra
Williams Reunion Jazz Band  Winiker Music Wolverine Jazz Band
Peter DeVeber Art  Pierre Lemieux, tuba
Dan Levinson  NY Bria Skonberg NY Vince Giordano Nighthawks  NY
Kevin Dorn NY Bob Ringwald  CA Louis Armstrong Centennial Band NY
Dave Robinson TJEN  WOMR  WICN 90.5 

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