November 4-6, 2016: New England Jazz Banjofest. A free, weekend long event featuring music from the Golden Age of Jazz. For details, visit our website http://www.nejbf.com . Doubletree Hotel, 44 Middlesex Tpk. Bedford, MA 01730
781-275-5500 (click for map) Click here for festival flyer
Red Suspenders Jazz Band:
Down in Jungle Town, Jimmy Mazzy and Tom Stuip.
Love Songs of the Nile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rZIZCJXO_w
Avalon plays You’re Nobody’s Sweetheart Now
Bay State Stompers – Five Foot Two. They’ll be at the Banjofest.
Ron L’Herault on megaphone.
John Kafalas Podcasts
Alabama Jubilee, Steve Caddick and The Red Suspenders
Eileen Mahoney video
Steve Caddick – Tenor Banjo & Vocals
Carl Gerhard – Trumpet
Jim Haas – Plectrum Banjo
Bill Kass – Tuba
Eddy Kebabjian – Guitar
Bill Kieswetter – Piano
Ron L’Herault – Trombone
Paul Poirier – Tenor Banjo
Steve Caddick performing ” Five Foot Two ” with Eddy Kebabjian and Bill Kass during an afternoon show at the New England Jazz BanjoFest in Bedford, MA on 11/2/13
The New England Banjo Orchestra performing “A Dreamer’s Holiday” at the New England Jazz BanjoFest in Bedford, MA on 10/25/14. The arrangement is by Eddy Kebabjian. NEBO is under the direction of Steve Caddick and was formed as a teaching Orchestra where students get to play challenging arrangements.
Steve Caddick “Dream Concert” New England Jazz BanjoFest 2015
Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?
Your Father’s Mustache Suncoast Jazz Classic 2013
58 minutes – video By Eric Devine
Avalon – Red Suspenders Jazz Band
Steve Caddick: “Grammy and Oscar winner Eddy Davis, Band Leader for Woody Allen’s Jazz Band, yes the movie Director, left his banjo with me after the convention to replace the frets on his custom Ome Banjo. He specifically wanted me to do it for him. I am honored. I finished fretting it and assembling it today. Here is a photo of it in my hands!
Steve was Inducted in the banjo hall of fame in 2013
Director of The New England Banjo Orchestra
Tenor banjo instructor, I teach online with a webcam!
American Banjo Museum
Hall of Fame inductee 2013
Are you interested in seeing how banjo lessons on Skype look and sound like? Here is a short video we did with 3 of my students so others may get an idea of how easy it is to use a web cam and see how a live, one on one lesson really works. Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55Gtda8MGps Published on Jan 1, 2013 This video will give you an idea of what taking lessons with Steve on Skype looks like. Lesson plans are designed to benefit each student at the level he or she is currently working at. For more information about taking tenor banjo lessons with me in person, or on Skype, send an email to me at email@example.com .
Mike Hashem of Ossipee New Hampshire
Mike is a ‘Journeyman’ banjo player and antique collector. In the 70’s he worked at Sweeney’s Gay Nineties in Rowley, MA. He has performed from Hawaii to New Orleans, and was featured performer with Pete Fountain on the Mississippi Queen Steamship Line millennium cruise. He won the 1985 U.S. Open Banjo Championship, and performs regularly with his group “Dixieland Strollers” and with the Connecticut Festival Jazz Band and numerous other groups..
Mike has an excellent CD backed by Scott Philbrick on cornet, Mel Deveau trumpet, Noel Kaletsky reeds and Chuck Stewart, tuba. All American Banjo Classics. The front and back of the CD are pictures of his 1934 Gibson Mike has an excellent CD backed by Scott Philbrick on cornet, Mel Deveau trumpet, Noel Kaletsky reeds and Chuck Stewart, tuba. This is an All-American Tenor Banjo, of which approximately 10 were made.
CD available for $15 +$2 S&H from Mike Hashem, 41 Courthouse Square, PO Box 585, Ossipee NH, 03864. (603) 539-8677
Outrageous Banjo from Maine
Mike Magnelli & Friends CD with Mike guitar, Bronek Suchanek bass, Ken Hadley drums, and Tony Schultz 2nd guitar, $10 to Regal Artists Corp. P.O. Box 378, Quincy, MA 02269 or email RegalArtists@aol.com
Jazz Banjo artists: http://www.jazzbanjo.com/jbartist/
American Made Banjo Company
Thomas Mirisola, PO Box 80341, Stoneham, MA 02180. Home of the Kel Kroydon Banjo KK10 KK11 & the American Made Series www.americanmadebanjo.com
Vintage Fret Shop,
David Colburn, Annette Mitchell, 30 Riverside Drive, Ashland NH (603) 968-3346