urgent new!!! jmq – venue change – live music. jan 12, wilbur wilde

PHAMISH is now our Summer Jazz venue

Hi Jazz Lovers,

The JMQ  had a hitch with new venue, as Italico discovered their licence will not allow ‘Live Music’ although
we appreciate their interest in the band. [For newcomers, Leroy is not opening in the evenings in 2017,

which is why band is relocating.]

So JMQ Jazz Thursdays is still returning to St Kilda on JAN 12,  with a wonderful  line up!!!

PHAMISH at 30 The Esplanade (opposite Luna Park), has kindly offered to host our
Summer Jazz program and beyond if you all support the gig for a delicious meal and quality jazz.

 
urgent new!!! jmq – venue change – live music. jan 12, wilbur wilde

There is on street Ticket Parking on The Esplanade, and no fee with Disability Parking permit. Some side streets off

Acland have free parking spots after 6pm, if you don’t mind a short walk. But always check street signs.)

We kick off with a dynamic and stellar guest duo of 
WILBUR WILDE, a longtime friend of the
band – in the company of internationally lauded horn-man, MATTHEW JODRELL
.

As this venue is helping the JMQ at short notice, PLEASE MAKE YOUR BOOKING TODAY, to reassure their faith.
When you book, mention “Thursday Jazz” so you have a table in view of the band, as it is a different space.
.
Phone  (03) 9534 3800
Email : info@phamish.com.au
Online: www.phamish.com.au
Free Entry. Walk Ins Welcome !

Look forward to see you there 🙂
Please Book Ahead for these Jazz evenings with JMQ at “Phamish”
JAN 12 – WILBUR WILDE
JAN 19 – JULIE O HARA
JAN 26 – DARIUS MENDOZA ( Yes Australia Day Jazz!)
FEB  2  – FEM BELLING
and more to come…

THANK YOU!
 
 

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Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.