Saturday, March 19, 2016

Back at it in Bristol!

After gearing up in the Midwest with the St. Louis Low Brass Collective, Fred flew across the pond for this weekend's fun at the Bristol International Jazz and Blues Fest, and next weekend's at Ronnie Scott's in London. Bambooka was on hand in Bristol with a kiosk selling shades and special T-shirts.
Fred and Pee Wee. Maceo Parker also played the Fest
More workshopping
Looking back:
• click here to enjoy thousands of photos from Jam Cruise 14. Click here to check out the official Jam Cruise Aftermovie.
• click here for a review of the Generations Trio show in London.
• Many thanks to Mark Sterbank and everyone else involved in the annual Hymns and Spirituals concert at Charleston Southern University.

• More thanks to Andy Schiefelbein, president and bass trombonist, and to all the players and others who made Fred's visit to St. Louis such a blast.
Fred onstage with trombonists including Lamar Harris, with Ryan Marquez on keys,  John Kiehne on bass and Simon Phoenix on drums.

Andy Schiefelbein, Fred and Aaron Chandler of the Funky Butt Brass Band.


  1. Hi Fred,
    I really enjoyed the Funk Masterclass last Saturday in Bristol. Thank you so much for taking care of me and being so kind.
    Best wishes, Inessa (trumpet player, age 10)

  2. This place has the most perfect environment, great food, tasty wings, lots of good beer, but best of all - probably the best wait staff in all of country. Visited the venue NYC last month again, had another great time.