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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: NYC Jam Session with Jon Batiste & Eddy Davis

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Greenmeat - Posted - 07/21/2018:  13:02:11

Jon Batiste (who is the pianist/Music Director for the TV Show "Late Night with Stephen Colbert Show" takes over the piano with Bria Skonberg (who was also sitting in) singing "All Of Me" at the Rum House hot jazz Monday late nights.

Jon Batiste - piano
Bria Skonberg - trumpet / vocals
Eddy Davis - banjo
Dan Levinson - reeds
Jim Fryer - trombone
Peter Ecklund - trumpet

Terry Waldo's Rum House Hot Jazz Nights take place every Monday at the Rum House at the Edison Hotel, NYC

davidcava - Posted - 07/21/2018:  14:52:25


Meestro - Posted - 07/22/2018:  07:43:11

Enjoyed this immensely. Bria used to sit in at Herman's in Victoria with Borgy and company when she lived in BC.

AS IS OFTEN THE CASE, there is no credit given to the bassist. Who is this person with the nice German bow technique? Poor us!

L50EF15 - Posted - 07/22/2018:  16:00:21

If I didn’t have an early morning meeting Tuesday, I would come down tomorrow night and check this out in person. Good stuff!

haildixon - Posted - 07/25/2018:  01:48:08

You should never give too much credit to the bassist. They'll start to get too big a head.

Greenmeat - Posted - 07/26/2018:  10:43:07

Hey guys, now I'm really confused. I was a bass major in school, but then again I know Ernie (and I'm afraid you're right). Well I'd better just keep quiet. I'm incognito

majesty - Posted - 07/26/2018:  13:45:28

Everyone sounded wonderful. including the bass player. It is great when someone who is accomplished at playing a musical instrument walks in and joins the session. Hi Ernie, how are you? I'm sure Eddie did not intentionally forget the bass player in the credits. Jim Groulx.

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