Calendar

Mar
16
Sat
2019
Vitali Imereli
Mar 16 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Vitali Imereli

2 sets:  8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
$20 pp music charge   $12 pp minimum (food/drink)

Born in Kutaisi, Georgia, Vitali Imereli began playing violin as a talented five-year-old at a music school, later completing his education in 1979 at the National Music Academy in Tbilisi. During the period 1979-85, Vitali acted as teacher at the Tbilisi College of Music. From 1978 to 1991, he participated in a variety of jazz festivals in several locations from Georgia through Russia and Europe in general.
In 1992, Vitali moved to Finland. Performances then ranged from Germany and Sweden to various parts of Finland, with TV appearances and radio programs following. Vitali has played at the internationally renowned Pori Jazz Festival every year since 1991, as well as at other important festivals in Finland. May 1996 saw the release of his new album “Tribute to Staphane Grappelli”.
In May and June of this year Vitali was on tour with Rosenberg Trio performing in Turku and Helsinki, then continuing on to the Kajaani, Alandia and Pori Jazz Festivals. Later in July he enjoyed successful performances with Didier Lockwood and Rosenberg Trio in a Tribute to Stephane Grappelli at the North Sea Jazz Festival.
Vitali has also played with Jack Hana, Art Blakey, Michael Urbaniak, Rosenberg Trio, Ulf Johansson, Bob Gulloti, Gipsy Kids, Daniel Walsh, Carlos Del Puerto, Didier Lockwood etc.
?Vitali Imereli masters the Grappelli (Stephane Grappelli) sound to the extent even the Maestro himself couldn?t tell who was playing. This Georgian-born violinist masters the modern styles as well.?
— Who?s Who at the North Sea Jazz Festival.

Vitali Imereli
Mar 16 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

2 sets:  8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
$20 pp music charge   $12 pp minimum (food/drink)

Born in Kutaisi, Georgia, Vitali Imereli began playing violin as a talented five-year-old at a music school, later completing his education in 1979 at the National Music Academy in Tbilisi. During the period 1979-85, Vitali acted as teacher at the Tbilisi College of Music. From 1978 to 1991, he participated in a variety of jazz festivals in several locations from Georgia through Russia and Europe in general.
In 1992, Vitali moved to Finland. Performances then ranged from Germany and Sweden to various parts of Finland, with TV appearances and radio programs following. Vitali has played at the internationally renowned Pori Jazz Festival every year since 1991, as well as at other important festivals in Finland. May 1996 saw the release of his new album “Tribute to Staphane Grappelli”.
In May and June of this year Vitali was on tour with Rosenberg Trio performing in Turku and Helsinki, then continuing on to the Kajaani, Alandia and Pori Jazz Festivals. Later in July he enjoyed successful performances with Didier Lockwood and Rosenberg Trio in a Tribute to Stephane Grappelli at the North Sea Jazz Festival.
Vitali has also played with Jack Hana, Art Blakey, Michael Urbaniak, Rosenberg Trio, Ulf Johansson, Bob Gulloti, Gipsy Kids, Daniel Walsh, Carlos Del Puerto, Didier Lockwood etc.
?Vitali Imereli masters the Grappelli (Stephane Grappelli) sound to the extent even the Maestro himself couldn?t tell who was playing. This Georgian-born violinist masters the modern styles as well.?
— Who?s Who at the North Sea Jazz Festival.

Mar
21
Thu
2019
Trumpets’ Broadway Show and Open Mic
Mar 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Trumpets' Broadway Show and Open Mic @ Trumpets Jazz Club and Restaurant | Montclair | New Jersey | United States

7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. 

7:00-8:30 Performance
8:45 p.m.  Jam
$10 pp music charge   (at door or online; reserved seats for tickets purchased online)  $7 pp minimum (food/drink)

 

Bring your instrument/voice and join or just sit back and listen.

 Bring your sheet music, preferably in your key. This is a Broadway Jam, so
sing a few Broadway tunes! Remember that some of our favorite jazz standards
began as tunes in Broadway shows!
 We will have a list for singers/instrumentalists to sign. Please include your title and key.
This is going to be a be fun evening for performers and members of the audience!

  

 

 This event is produced by Trumpets in collaboration with Bossanova Music.
Mar
22
Fri
2019
Trumpets’ Jam Session
Mar 22 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Trumpets' Jam Session @ Trumpets Jazz Club and Restaurant

7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
no music charge this evening! $10 minimum (food/drink)

Betty Liste-piano
Christian Fabian-bass

Bring your instrument or voice and join Betty and Christian!

Burr Johnson Trio
Mar 22 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Burr Johnson Trio @ Trumpets Jazz Club | Montclair | New Jersey | United States

2 sets: 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
$15 advance ticket sales  
$18 pp music charge at door $12 pp minimum (food/drink)

Burr Johnson: Guitar

Thierry Arpino: Drums
Dan Asher: Bass

Burr Johnson is an innovative guitarist whose powerful technique and artistic diversity have won wide recognition nationally and internationally among both Jazz and Rock audiences. His dazzling repertoire is spiced liberally with flavors of jazz, rock, and blues.
Johnson has toured nationally with Jazz organist Jack McDuff, and can be heard with McDuff on radio broadcasts. He has performed with the Brooklyn Philharmonic, and with legendary artists Ray Charles, B.B.King, Buddy Guy, Spyro Gyra and Rick Derranger. The Burr Johnson Band, who has perfomed at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival two years in a row, is currently touring the United States and Germany. Mr Johnson recently performed alongside B.B. King in Montreux, and then went on to headline the Manchester Jazz festival.
Burr Johnson completed a music video for Terratech in Germany. He has worked with Lauryn Hill, Pat Metheny, and Jeff Berlin, records freequently in New York City, and has performed with Spyro Gyra. He appeard in the major motion picture, ?Beat Street,?and has done many national television commercials for QVC. Mr Johnson has developed, with David Lee, a new signature ?Burr Johnson model? Hagstrom guitar which will be available in the summer of 2009. He has won honors in several jazz competitions and recently completed a series of performances in the Caribbean. He holds frequent guitar clinics to demonstrate the Axon guitar synthesizer that he helped to develop. Johnson has performed annually since 1996 at the Inter-national NAMM show in Los Angeles, the Music Meese show in Germany, and has been featured on CNN. Fresh from performances in Frankfurt, Germany, Johnson is currently promoting his new compact disc, “What It Is” (Lexicon Records).

Mar
23
Sat
2019
Bob Devos Trio
Mar 23 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Bob Devos Trio @ Trumpets Jazz Club and Restaurant | Montclair | New Jersey | United States

$20 pp Cover Charge  $12 minimum (food/drink)

Bob DeVos Trio
Bob DeVos – Guitar
Kyle Koehler – Organ
Steve Johns – Drums

With long, blues drenched lines; a warm, fat sound; and a horn like approach, the brilliant guitarist Bob DeVos has been proclaimed a living jazz legend. Hear why Bob has an enthusiastic following for his innovative work, first with a Who’s Who of jazz legends both in and out of the Hammond B3 Organ genre—including Richard “Groove” Holmes/Sonny Stitt, Jimmy McGriff/Hank Crawford, and Charles Earland—and for the past twenty years as a leader. With his signature mix of groove and sophistication, Bob’s many releases on Savant/HighNote ranked in the Top Five in national airplay and were on Top CDs of the Year lists.

A Trumpets favorite, DeVos reunites with two additional masters of the organ genre: Kyle Koehler on organ and Bob’s longtime collaborator Steve Johns on drums. Together, Bob, Kyle and Steve celebrate and bring forward the soul jazz tradition. This trio attracts both jazz aficionados and lovers of other musical genres and their appeal cuts across generational lines. So, come, tell friends and be prepared for an exciting night of great music, great playing, and great joy.

www.bobdevosjazzguitar.com

 

Mar
27
Wed
2019
One More Once Big Band and West Milford High School Jazz Band directed by Matt Gramata featuring guest artist Jaleel Shaw
Mar 27 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
One More Once Big Band and West Milford High School Jazz Band directed by Matt Gramata featuring guest artist Jaleel Shaw @ Trumpets Jazz Club and Restaurant

7:30pm-9:45pm 

7:30 p.m. -8:00 p.m. Opening Band – West Milford High School Jazz Band – directed by Matt Gramata

Guest Artist – Jaleel Shaw

8:15 p.m.-9:45 p.m.  One More Once Big Band from

Music charge

general admission$15 pp  –    students $10 pp 

One More Once Big Band

One More Once” is an 18-piece big band consisting of some of North Jersey’s top musicians. John Molloy and Joe Verderese founded the band early in 2008. The band, currently led by Joe and Tim Hayward is based out of Clifton/Nutley, NJ.  The group was put together in an effort to have a new group who share a love of jazz and want to keep the great music of our past alive, while adding flavors of some more contemporary big band sounds. The group presents music from all different eras and styles, with music ranging from the big band era of Glenn Miller and Count Basie to Stan Kenton, Thad Jones and Maynard Ferguson favorites, as well as playing contemporary music from composers within the band and other writers.

Through the years, “One More Once” has performed at concerts, fundraisers, school functions, corporate parties and town events throughout the North Jersey area, including a monthly event at Trumpets Jazz Club which features opening acts from local schools and world renowned guest artists such as: Gabriel Alegria, Eric Alexander, Carl Allen, Robby Ameen, Paul Bollenback, Ralph Bowen, Don Braden, Cecil Bridgwater, Ronnie Cuber, Vinnie Cutro, Kenny Davis, Steve Davis, Dave Demsey, Denis Diblasio, Jon Faddis, Bob Ferrel, Joel Frahm, Matt Gallagher, Wycliffe Gordon, Mark Gross, Slide Hampton, Antonio Hart, Freddie Hendrix, Conrad Herwig, Vincent Herring, Jim Hynes, Ingrid Jensen, Jeff Kunkel, Mike Lee, Pete McGuinness, Rufus Reid, John Riley, Claudio Roditi, Gary Smulyan, Marc Stasio, Dave Stryker, Steve Turre,  Walt Weiskopf and Bruce Williams.

One More Once is grateful to Angela Guerriero & St. Paul’s Church in Nutley, NJ for hosting our monthly rehearsals for the past few years.

 

 

 

Mar
28
Thu
2019
The jam Session was cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience
Mar 28 @ 12:50 am – 1:50 am
Mar
29
Fri
2019
Demolition Brass Band
Mar 29 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Demolition Brass Band @ Trumpets Jazz Club and Restaurant
2 sets:  8 p.m. & 10 p.m.
$20 pp music charge prepaid online tickets   $22 pp at door  $12 pp minimum (food/drink)
Dave Mullen- Tenor and Soprano Saxes
Tony Gorruso- Trumpet
James Cage- Trumpet
Adam Machaskee- Trombone
Vinny Nobile- Trombone
Brad Madsen- Sousaphone
Thomas “Poet” Johnson- Drums
Demolition Brass Band Bio
The Demolition Brass Band was created out of their love for the great music of New Orleans. They capture that same energy and excitement and deliver it to audiences outside of the Crescent City, where many of the musicians perform regularly with NOLA royalty.
The band members have also performed/recorded with a who’s who in the music industry such as Nile Rodgers, Frank Sinatra, Gloria Gaynor, Ray Charles, Sammy Davis Jr.,Parliament Funkadelic, Buddy Rich, Christian McBride, Billy Hart, Les Paul, Roy Ayers, George Porter Jr., Gil Scott Heron, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Mark Egan, Danny Gottlieb and many others.
In addition, they’ve performed at Radio City, in Broadway shows, Madison Square Garden, Yankee Stadium and numerous others as well as venues all over the world.
The Demolition Brass Band is also working on their next release, to be available in the spring of 2019.
Mar
30
Sat
2019
Dave Stryker Quartet Birthday Celebration
Mar 30 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Dave Stryker Quartet Birthday Celebration @ Trumpets Jazz Club and Restaurant | Montclair | New Jersey | United States

2 sets:  8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
$20 pp online advanced tickets $22 pp at door   Buy your tickets today here online and then call 973-744-2600 with time of your arrival

One of our favorite guitarists! Let’s celebrate a great musician and friend!

The Dave Stryker quartet
Dave Stryker-guitar

Jared Gold-organ
tba-drums