Friday, October 24th, 5:30 to 8:00 pm
jazz in the bookshop!
The Chuck Peterson Quintet

BB-nighttime-storefront1On the fourth Friday of each month, our weekly jazz in the bookshop series features The 230 Jones Street, Local 6 Literary Jazz Band — aka The Chuck Peterson Quintet.

Reed & flute player Chuck Peterson initiated Bird & Beckett’s tradition of Friday jazz sessions back in October of 2002, and now finishes out the month’s schedule of Fridays in the stellar company of four long-time associates, each of whom has been at the top of the jazz scene locally and nationally for six decades.

Reed player Howard Dudune plays with the easy grace of Lester Young and a swinging humor all his own, while guitarist Glen Deardorff drives the rhythm with a fierce insouciance. Bassist Dean Reilly, one of the most respected elder statesmen of the local jazz scene and a well traveled pro, looks, acts and plays like a youngster with his first ducktail. And drummer Tony Johnson, still sporting the Aussie accent of his own youth, swings effortlessly and keeps time with unerring precision.  Tonight, Duncan James, a wonderful guitarist, subs for Glen.

Do come!  And bring a few bucks to help us pay these fine musicians.  Want to support what we do?  Bring a check made out to the Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project, a California nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.  The culture thanks you!

One thought on “Friday, October 24th, 5:30 to 8:00 pm
jazz in the bookshop!
The Chuck Peterson Quintet

  1. hi eric

    what a good-looking website!
    just a mention that my CMC buddies and I will be presenting this year’s CELEBRATION OF THE HORSE FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR at B & B
    on March 9 (sunday) and am looking forward to bringing a boatload
    of musicians as always.

    happy new year

    betty wong

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