Project 1619

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUNETEENTH
JAZZ PRESENTERS
(NAJJP)


"June is Black Music Month!"
CELEBRATING JUNETEENTH JAZZ
"Preserving Our African American Jazz Legacy!"
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JUNE IS JUNETEENTH AFRICAN AMERICAN JAZZ LEGACY MONTH

JUNETEENTH JAZZ LEGACY STATEMENT - By National Juneteenth Jazz Artist, Ron Myers



**** Celebrating Juneteenth Jazz Legacy Program Guidelines ****


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PRESS RELEASE


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CHICAGO JUNETEENTH JAZZ &
HERITAGE FESTIVAL


presents:


JAZZ CHICAGO!
"Celebrating the historic contributions of African Americans to the legacy of jazz in Chicago"

JAZZ ILLINOIS!
"Honoring the historic contributions of African Americans to the legacy of jazz in Illinois"



MISSION STATEMENT

"The Chicago Juneteenth Jazz and Heritage Festival (CJJHF) is dedicated to the preservation of the historic contributions of African Americans to the legacy of jazz in Chicago and the state of Illinois."



PRESS RELEASE



Honoring Chicago Jazz Legend



Von Freeman

Master Jazz Saxophonist
Born in Chicago, Illinois



Von Freeman


Sunday - Juneteenth Independence Day
the "19th of June", 2011, 3:00pm


Courtyard of the
Black United Fund of Illinois
Building

1809 East 71st Street
Chicago, IL


No Cover Charge!    DONATIONS APPRECIATED!    Suggested Donation $10.00!


Featuring

Milwaukee Jazz Legend:
Manty Ellis
Manty Ellis
, Guitar


Chicago's Own:
Dwayne Armstrong
Dwayne Armstrong
, Tenor Sax


Southside Chicago native:

Horn In The Corn
"Horn in the Corn" Bill Johnson, Photographer, Greenville, MS

Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet
Minister, Physician & Jazz Musician
Artistic Director of the Mississippi Jazz & Heritage Festival
National Juneteenth Jazz Artist


**** www.RonMyersJazz.com ****


Mississippi Artist Roster - Mississippi Arts Commission

Music Vitae and Press Release
"MYERS PROMOTES JUNETEENTH JAZZ DURING BLACK MUSIC MONTH"



with:

Antoine Brumfield, Guitar

Earlton Batles Manley, Congas & Percussion

Eddy Dunn, Congas & Percussion

Reggie Willis, Bass

John Price, Bass

Sam Belton, Drums

Aye Aton, Drums & Percussion

& Other Chicago Jazz Legacy Musicians!



FREE ADMISSION!     DONATIONS APPRECIATED!



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For more information contact:

Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Acting Artistic Director
Chicago Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival
662-247-3364
e-mail: JuneteenthDOC@yahoo.com
web sites: www.JazzWisconsin.com    www.JazzMississippi.com   
www.ChristianJazz.net    www.JuneteenthJazz.com
www.JazzMissouri.com    www.JazzArkansas.com
www.JazzNebraska.com    www.JazzOklahoma.com
www.JazzIndiana.net    www.JazzLouisiana.net




Profiles on Chicago African American Jazz Legacy Musicians
(Click on the name for biographical information, photographs, etc.)


Von Freeman, Tenor Sax      Gene Ammons, Tenor Sax

Clifford Jordan, Tenor Sax      Johnny Griffin, Tenor Sax

Chico Freeman, Tenor Sax      Vandy Harris, Tenor Sax

Ari Brown, Tenor Sax      Eliel Storey, Saxes

Dwayne Armstrong, Tenor Sax

Oscar Brown, Jr., Vocalist      Maggie Brown, Vocalist

Johnny Hartman, Vocalist

Herbie Hancock, Piano      Ramsey Lewis, Piano

Muhal Richard Abrams, Piano

Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet      Russell Gunn, Trumpet

Samuel "Savoir Faire" Williams, Violin

Antoine Brumfield, Guitar

Wilbur Ware, Bass      Oscar Brown, III, Bass

Reggie Willis, Bass & Legendary Jazz Educator

Wilbur Campbell, Drums


(This is a work in progress! Many, many more profiles to come!)




Historic Chicago African American Jazz Spots
(Click on the name for more information, photographs, etc.)



El Matador, 75th & Cottage Grove

500 Room, 63rd & King Drive

Robert's Show Lounge, 67th & King Drive


(This is a work in progress! Many many listings to come!)




Web site sponsored by:

Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
P.O. Box 269
Belzoni, MS 39038
662-247-3364     662-247-1471     662-247-4767 Fax
e-mail: JuneteenthDOC@yahoo.com
web site: www.NationalJuneteenth.com



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Juneteenth Web Hosting I  Juneteenth Shopping Mall I 
Myers Foundation I  Fellowship of Creative Christian Jazz Musicians I 
National Juneteenth Observance Foundation I 
National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council I 
Juneteenth Posters I  Juneteenth T-Shirts I 
Jazz Wisconsin I  Buffalo Fish Festival I  Juneteenth Flag I 
Jazz Mississippi I  American Pain Institute I 
National Juneteenth Artist I  National Juneteenth Convention I 
Juneteenth Jazz I  Myers Productions & Enterprises I 
Mississippi Miracles I  Denise LaSalle Homecoming I 
African-American Alumni Foundation of the University of Wisconsin I 
Jazz Missouri I  Jazz Arkansas I  Jazz Nebraska
Jazz Oklahoma I  Juneteenth Travel I  AMA Apology
Jazz Illinois I  Jazz Indiana I  Jazz Louisiana I 





















Juneteenth.us
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NATIONAL JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY CAMPAIGN!




Site dedicated with special thanks and appreciation to:

Lee Morgan
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Copyright October 2009
For problems or questions regarding this web page contact:
Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D.
Last updated: January 21, 2013


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