Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Kind Ladies and Sweet Sirs,
We cordially invite you to a narrowly elegant affair, “Hall Lange Syne;" presented at The Preservation Hall on December Thirty-First, Two Thousand Sixteen celebrating the waning of the passing year and the genesis of the new.
Carouse with us. Delight in visual and sonic merriments. Indulge in the Hot Jazz sounds of The Preservation Hall-Star Band. Luxuriate with a companionable Champagne toast in our innermost courtyard at the stroke of Midnight.
From the beginnings of the large scale festival, dating back to gargantuan events such as the 1969 Woodstock Music & Arts Festival or the Watkins Glen Summer Jam of 1973, it was apparent that hosting tens of thousands and creating a safe environment with proper amenities and resources was a challenge that needed some trial and error to perfect. Over the years music and the way we listen to it has come a long way. And so have the festival concepts that we enjoy contemporary.
Though jazz connotes many meanings to many different people something most can agree upon is that jazz necessitates devotion to an instrument. How that layout translates is wide spanning. Jazz can also be narrowed down stylistically by place of origin. Chicago and New York jazz will have signature qualities and different style. Modern day, the city of New Orleans is host to the hardest working jazz community and even broader live performance in general.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to the Boulder Theater on Thursday, September 12th, 2013. Tickets are on sale Friday, July 26th at 10:00 am for $20.00 general admission, $25.00 reserved balcony, $30.00 reserved and $40.00 gold circle.The Preservation Hall Jazz Band derives its name from Preservation Hall, the venerable music venue located in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter, founded in 1961 by Allan and Sand
Preservation Hall Jazz Band was founded in 1961 to promote traditional New Orleans jazz in all its authenticity. Legendary players like Del McCoury Band, Steve Earle, Warren Haynes, The Edge, Charlie Musselwhite, Buddy Miller & Patty Griffin, Robert Plant, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Tao Seeger, all rooted in the formative jazz years, were its original stars.
Greetings from Asbury Park...It's never been so important to say those words, because compared to the rest of the Jersey Shore, we are fine. The Stone Pony, Paramount Theatre and Asbury Park Convention Hall are open for business and the rest of our boardwalk and surrounding beaches are progressing into the New Year.But our neighbors, our families and our friends however are not as fortunate. For the past month we've been with them, shoveling, ripping out drywall and now know why they call a crawl space a crawl space.