The latest at Doodlin' Lounge

This page will  be continually updated to keep you informed as to my activities and progress…

You can listen to my 'Jazz Oasis' program on KCSM - FM 91 on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (west coast time) followed by an episode of my Doodlin’ Lounge between 9:00 and 10:00 PM.  Just visit www.KCSM.org and click 'Listen Live'.  Shows are then re-broadcasted over www.RadioFreeAmerica.com for several days (search for my name on the KCSM icon). 

Many of my Doodlin’ Lounge podcasts are also available to any and all public radios stations via www.PRX.org

I have a new URL for my Doodlin Records label - so please take note:  It is www.doodlin-records.com (remember to put in the hyphen).   My most recent release is call ‘Free For All’ and it features organist Doug Carn and saxophonists, Teodross Avery and Howard Wiley. Dezson Claiborne is the drummer.

The Jazz Organ Fellowship (JOF) traveled to Cleveland, OH on August 17th and presented jazz organ legend, Eddie Baccus, Sr. with the prestigious JOF Award. A proclamation was requested from the mayor’s office and it, too, was read as part of our ceremony. This all took place at the NightTown Jazz club and restaurant located in Cleveland Heights. Eddie’s son, Eddie Baccus, Jr., was not able to attend but saxophonist, Patience Higgins, flew out from New York City and accompanied the Eddie Baccus Quartet. Vocalist, Vanessa Rubin sang a song as well as Shirley Cook - both from the Cleveland area.

I'm continuing to work with the organist-extraordinaire, Chester  ‘CT’ Thompson who will be playing the SFJAZZ Center on Sunday, September 29 and the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Monday, December 9th. My goal has always been to promote jazz organ music throughout the Bay Area and beyond.

My work with the Jazz Organ Fellowship continues to inspire me.  Remember, "The Jazz Organ Fellowship (JOF) needs your help"

Your donations are tax deductible and go directly into the operational costs and educational needs of students who wish to study Jazz Organ … as well as actually hear the legends of Jazz Organ first hand.

Please help if you can by visiting www.jazzorganfellowship.org and clicking the DONATE button below and contributing to the Jazz Organ Fellowship safely and conveniently through PayPal – and THANKS!

 

 The Jazz Organ Fellowship is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization