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For those of you visual artists that paint, draw, illustrate, sculpt, please use this group so you can be considered to participate in Jazz Festivals, Special Events and interest in purchasing your creations.

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Comment by Stephan Earl on December 31, 2009 at 12:26pm
Comment by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey on October 20, 2009 at 4:47pm

JAZZ DANCIN' by Sealey2k
Comment by Yanaiki Rylin on October 13, 2009 at 10:25am


" Footprints" By Yanaiki
Comment by Viktor Séthy on October 13, 2009 at 8:22am

Comment by Yanaiki Rylin on October 13, 2009 at 1:11am


Love painting drums :-)
Comment by Viktor Séthy on August 12, 2009 at 10:29am
Well,I'm pretty good in everything leading to starvation :)
Comment by Jo Hogan on August 12, 2009 at 10:27am
Leon, all the best for the Jazzmobile jazz artists event.
Viktor, you sound like you are a creative being:) Music and Art, creativity has no boundaries:)
Comment by Viktor Séthy on August 12, 2009 at 10:22am
http://www.painter.hu/sethyviktor

I mean here.
Comment by Viktor Séthy on August 12, 2009 at 10:21am
I really don't know why...truly...but I became known more,as a fine artist - still I consider myself more as a musician.Weird : /

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Comment by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey on August 11, 2009 at 2:53pm
JAZZMOBILE & ITS FOUNDER, DR. BILLY TAYLOR, PLAN REUNION
TO CELEBRATE ORGANIZATION’S 45TH ANNIVERSARY

Jazzmobile Artists to Recreate Famous ‘Great Day in Harlem’ Photo
Before August 12 Grant’s Tomb Concert Featuring Veteran Jazz Musician Jimmy Heath



NEW YORK (August 5, 2009)—In honor of Jazzmobile Inc.’s 45th anniversary, an array of musicians will come out for a reunion before the group’s Wednesday, August 12, free concert featuring veteran jazz instrumentalist and composer Jimmy Heath being held at 7:00 pm. The artists, who have performed for Jazzmobile at concert halls, clubs and in its renowned Summerfest mobile concerts since the group’s 1964 founding, will join the organization's founder Dr. Billy Taylor in recreating the famous 1958 Art Kane “Great Day in Harlem” photo, a group portrait of legendary jazz musicians. The photo will be taken at 5:30 pm. Jazzmobile presents New York’s oldest continuous summer Jazz festival reaching approximately 100,000 annually.



Heath, who has not only been a Jazzmobile artist but has helped to create the next generation of jazz performers as an instructor since the 1970s, will take the stage at 7:00 pm and perform until 8:30 p.m. Having led his own ensembles and big band, Heath has performed with nearly all the jazz greats of the last 50 years, from Howard McGhee, Dizzy Gillespie, and Miles Davis to Wynton Marsalis, Heath has long been recognized as a brilliant instrumentalist and a magnificent composer and arranger. He is the middle brother of the legendary Heath Brothers (Percy Heath/bass and Tootie Heath/drums) and the father of urban contemporary and funk musician and producer Mtume, known for his 1970s/80s band of the same name. Over the course of his career Heath has performed on more than 100 record albums, including seven with The Heath Brothers and 12 as a leader. Many of Heath’s more than 125 compositions have become jazz standards.



All of Jazzmobile’s audience will be invited to join in a second photo if they are wearing the 2009 Jazzmobile Summerfest T-shirt! Everyone is invited to dine and enjoy all of the items for sale at the merchandise bazaar.



WHO: Jazzmobile artists; Jazzmobile Founder Dr. Billy Taylor; President & CEO Robin Bell-Stevens

WHAT: Recreation of Art Kane “Great Day in Harlem” photo with Jazzmobile artists in honor of the organization's 45th Anniversary

WHEN: Wednesday, August 12
5:30 pm Photo with Jazzmobile jazz artists
7:00 pm Jimmy Heath Concert

WHERE: Grant’s Tomb, West 122nd Street & Riverside Drive, Harlem—west of the Riverside Church (New York City)
 

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