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Busy Saturdays (and one Friday) ahead April 13, 2013

Posted by Mike C. in Jazz, Media, Music, Personal, Photography, Radio, Technology, Travel, Video.

I have a busy pair of Saturdays (and one Friday) beginning next week.

Next Saturday, I’ll be at the second annual WCWP Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.  As I noted in mid-October, this year’s inductees are Steve Radoff, Harry Lowenthal, Bill Mozer, and Maura “Bernie” Bernard.  Like last year, the ceremony will take place at the Tilles Center Atrium.  But unlike last year, it will take place in the afternoon rather than the evening.

The following Friday and Saturday, I’ll be up in Milford, Connecticut, for both nights of keyboardist Jay Rowe’s annual Smooth Jazz for Scholars benefit concert.  In the Friday show, for the first time since 2008, Jay won’t be the only keyboardist performing.  Alex Bugnon is one of the guests scheduled to perform, along with saxophonist Nelson Rangell, and guitarists Marc Antoine and Nick Colionne.  Saturday’s lineup consists of guitarists Jeff Golub and Chieli Minucci, and saxophonists Marion Meadows and Vincent Ingala.  This will be the first time I’ve seen Jeff since he unfortunately lost his sight.

At both events, I’ll have the same video and audio equipment as last year, but I’ll be using a new digital camera.  After getting the Nikon D3100 last May, I lucked into swapping it for a new D5100 earlier this week.

You know the drill: After each event, I’ll post a photo recap here at MikeChimeri.com.  Crafting posts will be easier now that WordPress lets you post all the pictures at once.

Until then, so long.



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