Monday, June 21, 2010

Red Hook Jazz Festival Day 2

HOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT - that went for the weather and the music on the second day of the Red Hook Jazz Festival.

Sunday June 20 featured some of the best local jazz musicians around and attracted a crowd of music lovers who stayed despite blistering temperatures for a serious Father's Day musical treat!

James Carney Group with Tony Malaby, Chris Lightcap and Dan Weiss opened the show.

Then came Chris Lightcap's Big Mouth with Chris Cheek, Craig Taborn and Gerald Cleaver. 

Neighborhood bassist Todd Sickafoose's Tiny Resistors with Jonathan Goldberger, Mike Gamble, John Ellis, Alan Ferber & Ches Smith. 

Lastly the rain held off for the Canadian born now Brooklynite Harris Eisenstadt's Canada Day with his own incredible line up of Nate Wooley, Matt Bauder, Chris Dingman, & Eivind Opsvik

More pictures from a great day:

Thanks to everyone who came to see the music and all the many Urban Meadow members and friends who made the shows happen. Stay tuned for more great jazz in September!

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