JON HAMMOND Instruments: Organ, Accordion, Piano, Guitar Attended: Berklee College of Music 1974 Languages: English, German *Jon is currently Host of daily CBS radio program HammondCast on KYOU & KYCY 1550 AM, 7 days a week at 4AM PST.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Congratulations to Pete Seeger and Cab Calloway - Jon Hammond Journal March 16 2013

Congratulations to Pete Seeger and Cab Calloway - Jon Hammond Journal March 16 2013 New York NY -- Main Man Pete Seeger flanked by Bill Keith (banjo) and Steve Earle (guitar) speaking at our Local 802 Musicians Union 90th Anniversary Celebration at Roseland Ballroom - Jon Hammond http://hammondjazz.wordpress.com/2011/12/28/congratulations-pete-seeger-honoree-at-local-802-90th-birthday-gala-bash-photos-by-jon-hammond/ Congratulations Pete Seeger Honoree! - JH — with Bill Keith, Steve Earle, Pete Seeger at Roseland Ballroom The late great Cab Calloway being presented with the Beacons in Jazz Award by Phil Schaap - very special evening presented by The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music on May 7th 1990 which was officially declared as "Cab Calloway Day" by then New York City Mayor David N. Dinkins - seated in the band is Arnie Lawrence R.I.P. one of the founders of The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music program and a great alto saxophonist / educator / personality - great evening folks, Jon Hammond — with Cab Calloway, Phil Schaap and Arnie Lawrence at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music Musikmesse 2013 Jon Hammond Celebrates 27 years Musikmesse Warm Up Party April 9 Dienstag Tuesday Night Jazzkeller Frankfurt and 60th Birthday Special Thanks Dankeschön Saray Pastanesi Bäckerei & Konditorei makes Jon Hammond's custom Chocolate Chocolate Cake Happy 60th Birthday Jon Hammond in Jazzkeller Frankfurt Musikmesse Warm Up Party ! Di. 09.04. "The FINGERS...are the SINGERS!" Musikmesse "Warm Up Party" Jon Hammond & Band Jon Hammond (aus New York City) - organ Joe Berger - guitar Tony Lakatos - saxophone Giovanni Gulino - drums Mr. Hammond has toured worldwide since 1991 using the incredible Sk1 organ by Hammond Suzuki..™ "Classic Hammond Sound...In A Suitcase!" The Jon Hammond Show is a funky swinging instrumental revue, featuring top international soloists. The show has universal appeal. Big Hammond orgel sound - 100% organic jonhammondband.com/music More Jon Hammond, klick: http://behindthebeat These great black and white photos of Jon Hammond Band were shot by the great photographer Joachim Hildebrand Musikmesse Warm Up Party - on the band: Tony Lakatos tenor sax, Giovanni Gulino drums, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond organ Youtube http://youtu.be/hozrJpHvV-4 Chocolate on Chocolate Cake Musikmesse Warm Up Party in Jazzkeller Frankfurt with Jon Hammond Band and special guests for this special occasion celebrating 25 years in Musikmesse. Special acknowledgement of Wilhelm P. "Charly" Hosenseidl R.I.P. who was the Director of Musikmesse years 1989-2008 now Directed by Wolfgang Luecke, special thanks to Messe Frankfurt Projekt and Presse Team Special Thanks to Thomas Eich TecAmp Fine Sounding 2 x 12 Neodymium Rig Powering Hammond Organ: Jon Hammond onstage at Jazzkeller Frankfurt
*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: James Wes Blues Jazzkeller Party Jon Hammond Band with special guest Lee Oskar http://archive.org/details/JamesWesBlues2012JazzkellerPartyJonHammondBandWithSpecialGuestLee
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Jon Hammond's annual Musikmesse Warm Up Party in Jazzkeller Frankfurt the night before Musikmesse kicks off The Tradition Continues! 18th Year Musikmesse-Session - Wir Sehen Uns, ab 12 April Freitag Abend - Jon Hammond Band 21:00UHR - Jazzkeller-Hofheim - Joe Berger guitar Peter Klohmann tenor sax Totó Giovanni Gulino schlagzeug Jon Hammond orgel Youtube http://youtu.be/4JtoWjSFow0 WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Jazzkeller Hofheim Jon Hammond Band Little Wing http://archive.org/details/JazzkellerHofheimJonHammondBandLittleWing Jon Hammond's annual Musikmesse-Session in Jazzkeller Hofheim, here paying tribute to Jimi Hendrix covering Little Wing with Joe Berger guitar, Giovanni Gulino drums, Peter Klohmann tenor sax, Jon Hammond on Sk1 Hammond organ *Note: When Jon Hammond was younger playing electric accordion he was known as The Jimi Hendrix of The Accordion, see image 1971 age 18 http://www.accordionradio.com *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Jon Hammond unveiling Sk1 Downloaded 252 times http://archive.org/details/JonHammondJonHammondFirstRoadTestSk1PocketFunk Jon Hammond - Arriving for gig Jazzkeller Hofheim Youtube http://youtu.be/vp7pNTp6seo Jon Hammond Band Unveling and First Road Test of Sk1 combo organ Pocket Funk 1,759 Jon Hammond Band playing original composition "POCKET FUNK" Joe Berger - guitar Peter Klohmann - tenor sax Giovanni Gulino - drums Jon Hammond - Sk1 Hammond Suzuki stage keyboard weighs only 15 lbs. as opposed to 425 lbs.= B3 Organ — at Jazzkeller Hofheim Jon Hammond: Waterproof Hammond Organ and Lucky Frog Umbrella Glasgow Scotland Prestwick Airport PIK -- R.I.P. The Highlander Highland Express Airlines - Jon Hammond Youtube http://youtu.be/IlBtkj25nNo 15,192 Special thanks to First Officer and part owner Tony May and the Crew of this elegant bird the HIGHLANDER of HIGHLAND EXPRESS... — at Glasgow Prestwick Airport Hamburg St. Pauli -- I'm not sure exactly why the proprietors of the famous Feldkeller presented me with this framed photo right off their wall of my friend Pico from the old Star Club - it hangs on my wall now, Jon Hammond — at Feldkeller Bei Kitty Und Heini Pico and Jon Hammond in front of Star Club sign for the Pico Schauspiel Musical at Delphi Music Theater - great show with live music from The Rattles and Jon Hammond Band after show music — with The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Gene Vincent, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, The Everly Brothers, Little Richard and Bo Diddley "One More Thing" -- Turn up the microphone! Jon Hammond Jon Hammond with Tony the Door Man and Oscar Meyers - Boom Boom Room *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Lydia's Tune in Jazzkeller Downloaded 913 times http://archive.org/details/JonHammondydia_sTuneinJazzkellerFrankfurtJONHAMMONDBand Youtube http://youtu.be/I_gPc5fKyeI Lydia's Tune by Jon Hammond in Jazzkeller Frankfurt annual Musikmesse Party hosted by Jon Hammond Band Tony Lakatos tenor saxophone Heinz Lichius drums Joe Berger guitar Jon Hammond at XB-2 Hammond organ Lydia's Tune is a bossa nova from Jon's album LATE RENT on Ham-Berger-Friz Records © ASCAP http://www.jonhammondband.com Hammond Action is about to happen inside those 2 beautiful wooden doors - Jon Hammond and Michael Falkenstein Congratulations 30th year Hammond Organ Germany Studio Setzingen - Ulm This is the same place where James Brown Godfather of Soul came to visit Michael - Youtube http://youtu.be/VjiDnJM0bd0 Congratulations 30th year Hammond Organ Germany Studio pictorial James Brown Visiting his God Son Michael Falkenstein - incredible must see and hear: James Brown the Godfather of Soul and his God Son Michael Falkenstein at the Hammond organ with original music soundtrack from Jon Hammond radio program HammondCast - musical selections: Time With You Six Year Itch Get Back In The Groove Watermelon Man Late Rent / HammondCast Outro R.I.P. Godfather of Soul James Brown - here in Hammond Organ Germany Studios Langenau - Ulm Germany -- Michael Falkenstein and Jon Hammond with one of the very first pieces of Hammond Sk1 ultra-compact combo organ keyboard at HAMMOND DEUTSCHLAND Headquarters Karlstrasse 38 D-89129 Langenau Movie: "Meet The Incredible Sk1 Hammond with Michael Falkenstein and Jon Hammond" Youtube http://youtu.be/cb7HHYzE9Gs Filmed in Hammond-Showroom Karlstrasse 38 D-89129 Langenau Germany on April 19th 2011 "Meet The Incredible Sk1 Hammond with Michael Falkenstein and Jon Hammond" First look at this exciting new keyboard product weighing in at 7 kilos, just over 15 lbs., it sounds like a real Hammond B3 organ with Leslie, or a full size grand piano, any type of famous vintage electric piano or synthesizer. This keyboard does it all and with original Hammond drawbars and it's feather light. Sk1 has a built in USB flash drive input, the keys are 'bullet proof' waterfall style keys that can hold up to extreme pressure of rockin' rock musicians, swinging jazz musicians and can even sound like a huge pipe organ. This film will blow your mind. Available June 2011, contact Michael Falkenstein Hammond Suzuki Deutschland Europe http://www.hammond.de/kontakt.html — at Karlstrasse 38 D-89129 Langenau Germany Vintage Episode of The Jon Hammond Show Chicago Special John Entwistle and Jon's Journal http://laterent.blogspot.com/2012/10/vintage-episode-of-jon-hammond-show.html *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Vintage Episode of The Jon Hammond Show Chicago Special http://archive.org/details/VintageEpisodeOfTheJonHammondShowChicagoSpecial Blip TV http://blip.tv/jon-hammond/vintage-episode-of-the-jon-hammond-show-chicago-special-6398291 Youtube http://youtu.be/IJHHdPNoHow Now in 28th year on Cable Access TV - The Jon Hammond Show, this particular episode is known as the Chicago Special which includes one song from Tim Cain I played Hammond organ on called I Saw You with some vocal help by Bill Champlin recorded by rjm productions, then to Chicago Summer NAMM Show where I personally filmed the very first performance of the late great bassist John Entwistle with band Rat Race Choir which happened at The Vic Theatre June 29, 1987, (same night) followed by Leslie West with T.M. Stevens bass, watch Leslie's face when smoke machine goes! Then a little bit of Bag End Party at Park West with Joe Berger, T.M. Stevens, Tal Bergman and Theodus Rogers. And of course JH Show Theme Song "Late Rent" - enjoy folks, this one is a classic! Jon Hammond New York NY -- Alexander Dovgopoly and Jon Hammond Shopping in New York! Chocolate Cake, Flowers and Late Rent theme Jon Hammond Band Chocolate Cake, Flowers and Late Rent theme song - Jon Hammond Band 25 Year Celebration Jazzkeller Frankfurt http://hammondcast.jimdo.com/2012/07/13/25-year-musikmesse-celebration-with-cake-and-flowers-next-year-kicking-off-moscow-namm-musikmesse/ — at Jazzkeller Frankfurt Germany -- Power Shot: L to R: Jon Hammond, Mr. M. Terada, Mr. Hiromitsu Ono - Frankfurt Musikmesse R.I.P. James Moody - passed away just about exactly 2 years ago - Jon Hammond http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Moody_(saxophonist) James Moody (March 26, 1925 – December 9, 2010) was an American jazz saxophone and flute player. He was best known for his hit "Moody's Mood for Love," an improvisation based on "I'm in the Mood for Love"; in performance, he often sang Eddie Jefferson's vocalese lyrics for the tune, which Eddie had fit to Moody's famous solo. March 26, 1925 Savannah, Georgia, United States Died December 9, 2010 (aged 85) San Diego, California, United States Genres Jazz Hard bop Occupations Musician Instruments Alto saxophone Tenor saxophone James Moody was born in Savannah, Georgia. Growing up in New Jersey, he was attracted to the saxophone after hearing George Holmes Tate, Don Byas, and various saxophonists who played with Count Basie, and later also took up the flute. He joined the US Army Air Corps in 1943 and played in the "negro band" on the segregated base.[1] Following his discharge from the military in 1946 he played bebop with Dizzy Gillespie[2] for two years. Moody later played with Gillespie in 1964, where his colleagues in the Gillespie group, pianist Kenny Barron and guitarist Les Spann, would be musical collaborators in the coming decades. In 1948 he recorded his first session for Blue Note Records, the first in a long recording career playing both saxophone and flute. That same year he relocated to Europe, where he stayed for three years, saying he had been "scarred by racism" in the U.S.[1] His European work, including the first recording of "Moody's Mood for Love", which became a hit in 1952,[3] saw him add the alto saxophone to his repertoire and helped to establish him as recording artist in his own right, and formed part of the growth of European jazz. Then in 1952, he returned to the U.S. to a recording career with Prestige Records and others, playing flute and saxophone in bands that included musicians such as Pee Wee Moore and others. In the 1960s, he rejoined Dizzy Gillespie. He later worked also with Mike Longo.[4] In a 1998 interview with Bob Bernotas, Moody stated that he believed jazz has definite spiritual resonance. 12/12/12 This Is Your lucky day! http://laterent.blogspot.com/2012/12/pt-4-intelligent-relevant-television.html Pt 4 Intelligent Relevant Television Talk Jon's Journal 12/12/12 http://hammondcast.jimdo.com/2012/12/12/pt-4-intelligent-relevant-television-talk-jon-s-journal-december-12-2012/ Lydia's Tune, Jazzkeller, Jon Hammond, Jazz, Bossa Nova, Blues, Radio, TV, Organ, Frankfurt, Musikmesse, NAMM, Local 802, Musicians Union, Sk1, Meet the Incredible Pete Seeger, Cab Calloway, Congratulations, Jon's Journal, Jon Hammond, Jazzkeller, Musikmesse, Hofheim am Taunus, Sk1 organ, Local 802, Musicians Union

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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Times Square - 47th and Broadway by TKTS Jon Hammond Show on Diamond Vision Mitsubishi Giant Screen

Times Square - 47th and Broadway by TKTS Jon Hammond Show on Diamond Vision Mitsubishi Giant Screen This photo must have been around Christmas because I can see the Christmas tree - The Jon Hammond Show - 47th and Broadway (across from TKTS) on the giant Mitsubishi Diamond Vision first large outdoor TV Screen in Times Square - it showed 80 times a day for 1.5 years, as you can see this was before there were even numbers on the dial for cable TV in Manhattan, I was on Channel C and D and also Channel J, still on (28th year) but now there are numbers on the dial, many more channels these days folks - JH — at Times Square NYC *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: The Jon Hammond Show Chicago Special MCTV - Manhattan Cable TV http://archive.org/details/VintageEpisodeOfTheJonHammondShowChicagoSpecial Blip TV http://blip.tv/jon-hammond/vintage-episode-of-the-jon-hammond-show-chicago-special-6398291 Now in 28th year on Cable Access TV - The Jon Hammond Show, this particular episode is known as the Chicago Special which includes one song from Tim Cain I played Hammond organ on called I Saw You with some vocal help by Bill Champlin recorded by rjm productions, then to Chicago Summer NAMM Show where I personally filmed the very first performance of the late great bassist John Entwistle with band Rat Race Choir which happened at The Vic Theatre June 29, 1987, (same night) followed by Leslie West with T.M. Stevens bass, watch Leslie's face when smoke machine goes! Then a little bit of Bag End Party at Park West with Joe Berger, T.M. Stevens, Tal Bergman and Theodus Rogers. And of course JH Show Theme Song "Late Rent" - enjoy folks, this one is a classic! Jon Hammond http://www.HammondCast.com *Note: Joe Berger personally introduced his friend John Entwistle to Rat Race Choir band, John came all the way from London on Joe's recommendation - JH cable tv, namm show, john entwistle, vic theatre, bag end, chicago special 3145 North Sheffield Avenue Jon Hammond with the great BB King - This was right before going over to Moscow Russia to play 2 concerts with Igor Butman, BB told me he had been to Moscow in 1976 and he had played in over 90 countries. I couldn't even name 90 countries folks! - JH Bernard Purdie wearing his African shirt on the gig with me at Mikell's - you can see my lucky Hammond flag on the wall next to Art Blakey - Jon Hammond Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men with Bernard Purdie at Mikell's 760 Columbus Avenue at 97th - here I am at my mint condition (then) 1959 B3 organ - Bernard Purdie is playing his salmon pink Sonor SIgnature drum kit Blip TV http://blip.tv/jon-hammond/bernard-purdie-dedication-to-his-kids-late-rent-closer-at-mikell-s-6350855 Flashback to August 1989 - Studio drummer Bernard Purdie takes the microphone on last set at Mikell's with Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men band to dedicate the performance to his children Phyllis and Anthony. Theme song for the long-running cable TV program The Jon Hammond Show "Late Rent" original composition with Jon Hammond at his 1959 B3 organ Bernard Purdie drums Chuggy Carter percussion Alex Foster alto saxophone Barry Finnerty guitar *Note: This historic clip is photographic proof that the actual location of Mikell's was 760 Columbus Avenue at 97th and not 808 Columbus as the current Whole Foods near the old location claims, highly interesting! This is some of the rare surviving footage from Mikell's, in the house that night all night long was Hugh Masekela, Cornell Dupree and many musicians as Mikell's was the traditional hang for all New York Studio Musicians until it's closing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikell's As seen on The Jon Hammond Show cable TV program now in 28th year Camera: Joe Berger R.I.P. Mayor Ed Koch - here we are doing the missing kids milk carton press conference under the Mitsubishi Diamond Vision screen by the TKTS on 47th and Broadway Times Square here with his former Police Commissioner Ben Ward at 47th St. and Broadway at the big Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Screen - the first large outdoor TV screen - 80 times a day for 1.5 years my cable access TV program clips appeared on the screen, and we produced the Missing Kids Milk Cartons and New Years Eve Countdown for 2 years consecutively *Note: Ed did the whole press conference using a Bull Horn with a remote mic (see coil cord) - not the greatest audio but he made himself heard - JH Happy 100th Birthday Grand Central Terminal! As you can see I took this photo when the Pan Am Building loomed in the background - now it is called MetLife Building http://www.panamair.org/History/building.htm "The Pan Am building at the foot of Park Avenue towered over the middle of Manhattan. It was finished in 1963 and was the largest commercial office building in the world. Atop this sky scrapper in 1963 NY Airways began offering helicopter service between Manhattan and New York’s three major airports. The building was later sold to Metropolitan life insurance" Grand Central Terminal Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Central_Terminal Grand Central Terminal (GCT)—colloquially called Grand Central Station, or shortened to simply Grand Central—is a commuter rail terminal station at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, United States. *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Ed Koch as seen on The Jon Hammond Show Downloaded 80 times Ed Koch at Diamond Vision Press Conference Times Square - Jon Hammond circa 1985 - Rest In Peace Ed Koch http://archive.org/details/JonHammondMayorEDKOCHonHammondCastDiamondVisionNY An incredible Press Conference with NY Mayor ED KOCH as seen on The Jon Hammond Show HammondCast in Times Square NYC on Mitsubishi DiamondVision! Jon made a deal with Mitsubishi to have his TV show with Video by LORI on the big DiamondVision Times Sq. screen (First big-screen outdoor TV!) for 1 and half years, 80-times-a-day including the famous New Years Countdown seen on Dick Clark's ABC Broadcast 2 consecutive years *with commentary by Jon Hammond..AND a cameo appearance in the crowd with Nikon! *Info: http://www.HammondCast.com this is a must-see! Ed Koch on Jon Hammond Show Blip TV http://blip.tv/jon-hammond/mayor-ed-koch-on-hammondcast-diamondvision-nyc-110296 Jon Hammond at and on the Mitsubishi Diamond Vision Screen 47th and Broadway Times Square NYC *here with Lazy Larry Ed's Obit NY TIMES http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/02/nyregion/edward-i-koch-ex-mayor-of-new-york-dies.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 EDWARD I. KOCH, 1924-2013 Edward Koch, Former Mayor of New York, Dies Former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch, on the subway in 1981, was known for his candor, as when he offered no excuses for litter or crime, but said, "It stinks." More Photos » By ROBERT D. McFADDEN Published: February 1, 2013 Edward I. Koch, the master showman of City Hall, who parlayed shrewd political instincts and plenty of chutzpah into three tumultuous terms as mayor of New York with all the tenacity, zest and combativeness that personified his city of golden dreams, died Friday morning at age 88. Mr. Koch’s spokesman, George Arzt, said the former mayor died at 2 a.m. from congestive heart failure. He was being treated at New York-Presbyterian Columbia Hospital. Mr. Koch had experienced coronary and other medical problems since leaving office in 1989. But he had been in relatively good health despite — or perhaps because of — his whirlwind life as a television judge, radio talk-show host, author, law partner, newspaper columnist, movie reviewer, professor, commercial pitchman and political gadfly. Ebullient, flitting from broadcast studios to luncheon meetings and speaking engagements, popping up at show openings and news conferences, wherever the microphones were live and the cameras rolling, Mr. Koch, in his life after politics, seemed for all the world like the old campaigner, running flat out. Only his bouts of illness slowed Mr. Koch down, most recently forcing him to miss the premiere of “Koch,” a documentary biographical film that opens on Friday in theaters nationwide. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg praised Mr. Koch as “an irrepressible icon, our most charismatic cheerleader and champion,” calling him “a great mayor, a great man, and a great friend.” Mr. Koch’s 12-year mayoralty encompassed the fiscal austerity of the late 1970s and the racial conflicts and municipal corruption scandals of the 1980s, an era of almost continuous discord that found Mr. Koch at the vortex of a maelstrom day after day. But out among the people or facing a news media circus in the Blue Room at City Hall, he was a feisty, slippery egoist who could not be pinned down by questioners and who could outtalk anybody in the authentic voice of New York: as opinionated as a Flatbush cabby, as loud as the scrums on 42nd Street, as pugnacious as a West Side reform Democrat mother. “I’m the sort of person who will never get ulcers,” the mayor — eyebrows devilishly up, grinning wickedly at his own wit — enlightened the reporters at his $475 rent-controlled apartment in Greenwich Village on Inauguration Day in 1978. “Why? Because I say exactly what I think. I’m the sort of person who might give other people ulcers.” His political odyssey took him from independent-minded liberal to pragmatic conservative, from street-corner hustings with a little band of reform Democrats in Greenwich Village to the pinnacle of power as New York City’s 105th mayor from Jan. 1, 1978, to Dec. 31, 1989. Along the way, he ousted the Tammany boss Carmine G. De Sapio and served two years as a councilman and nine more in Congress representing, with distinction, the East Side of Manhattan. With his trademark — “How’m I doin?” — Mr. Koch stood at subway entrances on countless mornings wringing the hands and votes of constituents, who elected him 21 times in 26 years, with only three defeats: a forgettable 1962 State Assembly race; a memorable 1982 primary in a race for governor won by Mario M. Cuomo; and a last Koch hurrah, a Democratic primary in 1989 won by David N. Dinkins, who would be his one-term successor... Re-discovered recordings with Lou Colombo: HammondCast 202 Pt 2 Spotlight on Lou Colombo KYOU Radio http://www.berklee.edu/news/re-discovered-recordings-lou-colombo-hammondcast-202-pt-2-spotlight-lou-colombo-kyou-radio Lou Colombo Band with Jon Hammond circa 1976 Lou Colombo with Jon Hammond Feb. 2012 just a few days before his tragic fatal auto accident Jon Hammond Image 1 of 1 http://hammondcast.podomatic.com/entry/2011-02-23T03_07_43-08_00 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Berk founder of Berklee College of Music were in the house and Tip O'Neill Speaker of The House on a big Saturday night at the Wychmere Harbor Club in Harwich Port Cape Cod MA: MP3 AUDIO: http://ia700404.us.archive.org/26/items/JonHammondHammondCast202KYOURadio/HammondCast202.mp3 HammondCast 202 KYOU Radio special edition with part 2 of recording from Wychmere Harbor Club when Jon played B3 organ on the Lou Colombo Band, the house band at Wychmere Harbor Club in Harwich Port Cape Cod MA. First backing up a feature dance duo with cha cha and then Emily waltz, Saturday Night Fever followed by the chaser 'California Here I Come', then Summertime, Hello Dolly medley, Bossa nova medley Watch What Happens in to Wave and then a cooking "In The Mood" taking it home with Jon's "Lydia's Tune" and some of Sidewinder © http://www.HammondCast.com http://www.archive.org/details/JonHammondHammondCast202KYOURadio Jon Hammond at Macworld/iWorld expo today in San Francisco CA - good to see my friends from Sennheiser there! Some highly interesting things at the show - JH — at Macworld iWorld - Moscone Center *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: NAMM Jam at P.Mauriat Stand with Jon Hammond at the organ and horns Spontaneous NAMM Jam Session at P.Mauriat Saxophones and Trumpets stand with some great players - Jon Hammond at the Sk1 Hammond organ with many great players including Hoai Phuong Nguyen, Alejandro Chiabrando, Juan Alzate, Keyan Williams, Tim Green, Willie Bradley, Jason Palmer, Eddie Baccus Jr., Adam MacBlane - sorry if I missed anybody folks! JH - Special thanks to Alex Mingmann Hsieh, Agnieszka Obrebska - P.Mauriat, Jim Wischmeyer Bag End Speakers http://bagend.com Hammond Suzuki USA and the very kind NAMM Sound Police - see you next year 2014 NAMM and Frankfurt Musikmesse - JH http://www.HammondCast.com P.Mauriat http://www.pmauriatmusic.com http://archive.org/details/JonHammondNAMMJamatP.MauriatStandwithJonHammondattheorganandhorns Yao Shake (謝瑤) and Jon Hammond Hoai Phuong Nguyen (Hoai Phuong)and Jon Hammond Youtube http://youtu.be/0C9HEsN5JGc Saxsbigfan 14 hours ago wow... so excellent performance !!  Go! Go! Go! Go for the sound! Reply · Tsai Susan 14 hours ago It was so exciting to see your play at the NAMM with P Mauriat artists. The live performance was thrilled and joyful. Thank you, Jon. Without you, the NAMM would be less fun! Reply · A MH 14 hours ago Definitely, Jon deserves to have a big hugs and applauses...,whatsoever.. Jon's LIVE performance at PM's booth before ending NAMM ,which has been sparked a great highlights and memories to everybody, although ,it's only a whirlwind of 30 minutes jam sessions, but that's one of our historic treasure ,also to NAMM. We feel proudly to say “thanks you, Jon! those music makes people crazy and joyful time until the last minutes at NAMM, Jan. 27.2013 Go for the sound!! see you in 2014 Reply · A MH 14 hours ago Definitely, Jon deserves to have a big hugs and applauses...,whatsoever.. Jon's LIVE performance at PM's booth before ending NAMM ,which has been sparked a great highlights and memories to everybody, although ,it's only a whirlwind of 30 minutes jam sessions, but that's one of our historic treasure ,also to NAMM. We feel proudly to say “thanks you, Jon! those music makes people crazy and joyful time until the last minutes at NAMM, Jan. 27.2013 Go for the sound!! Reply · Tsai Susan 14 hours ago I was so excited to see your play at the NAMM with P Mauriat artists. It was live and thrilled. Thank you, Jon. Without you, the NAMM will be less fun! Agnieszka Obrebska Thank you Jon. It was an amazing pleasure for all of us from PM and our visitors and artists to host you and listen to your music at P. Mauriat booth. Hope you had a good time with us as well! Take care and see you soon somewhere around the world! Hoai Phuong Nguyen Oh Thank you Jon Hammond so much for tagging me this video. I had a great time. Can't wait till next time to play with you again. Alex Mingmann Hsieh Jon Hammond is NAMM's treasure, let us go ahead to celebrate big year with big show in the upcoming FMS, 2013 14 hours ago · Hoai Phuong Nguyen Thank you Mr. Hsieh for letting us try those saxophones out. 14 hours ago · Alex Mingmann Hsieh you are most welcome!! go for the sound!!see you at NAMM,2014 Blip TV http://blip.tv/jon-hammond/namm-jam-at-p-mauriat-stand-with-jon-hammond-at-the-organ-and-horns-6518179 With Greg Osby, Juan Alzate, Jon Hammond and Alejandro Chiabrando at Anaheim Convention Center Jon Hammond's setup with Hammond Sk1 organ and Bag End Powered Speakers
2 Hats Talking - Alex Hsieh CEO Albest P.Mauriat Saxophones and Jon Hammond in Clarion Hotel Party

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: NAMM Hammond Summit Show Late Rent Jon Hammond Band in Hilton Anaheim http://archive.org/details/JonHammondNAMMHammondSummitShowLateRentJonHammondBandinHiltonAnaheim/ Very special performance on first ever Hammond night in Hilton Hotel Lobby at Winter NAMM 2013 presented by Hammond Suzuki USA "Sound Soul Summit" "The Ultimate All-Star Jam" MC Scott May introduces Jon Hammond Band to play their theme song "Late Rent" after a very cool pre-show party Meet and Greet with a who's who of Hammond organists. Donny Baldwin drums (from Jefferson Starship & Lydia Pense & Cold Blood), Alex Budman tenor saxophone Joe Berger guitar Jon Hammond New B-3 Portable organ Sound mix by Denny Mack Special thanks Hammond Suzuki USA and Suzuki Musical Instruments Team NAMM = National Association of Music Merchants http://www.jonhammondband.com NAMM Hilton Sound Soul Summit Jon Hammond Band Late Rent Jazz Funk Soul Blues http://www.HammondCast.com Hamburg Germany -- No more bungee jumping off of the Heinrich-Hertz-Turm folks! - Jon Hammond "After the observation platform and restaurant were closed (due to asbestos decontamination), former stuntman Jochen Schweitzer had a bungee jumping base installed. The restaurant will not open again due to new fire escape regulations, the bungee platform was closed at the end of 2001." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich-Hertz-Turm The Heinrich-Hertz-Turm (named after the German physicist and Hamburg-born Heinrich Hertz) is a radio telecommunication tower and a famous landmark of Hamburg, Germany. Designed by architect Fritz Trautwein, in co-operation with civil engineers Jörg Schlaich, Rudolf Bergermann and Fritz Leonhardt, it was built 1965–1968 for former Deutsche Bundespost (German Federal Post and Telecommunications Agency, now Deutsche Telekom 's subsidiary Deutsche Funkturm GmbH) near Planten un Blomen (a city park). With an overall height of 279,2 m (916 ft) it is Hamburg's tallest building R.I.P. Bill Graham - January 8, 1931 – October 25, 1991 I took this shot backstage, you can see in the foreground Jack Casady, I think Bill is speaking with Paul Kantner. To Bill's left is Wavy Gravy with the cowboy hat and American Flag suit. A huge loss to all the music community! The last time I ran in to Bill, it was about 3.30AM in the morning at The Carnegie Deli in New York City - he was unshaven and looked tired, but he wanted his corned beef sandwich in the middle of the night. I was in Frankfurt Germany when I got the horrible news of his helicopter crash 10/25/1991, rest in peace Bill - Jon Hammond *anybody recognize any other people in my photo of Bill? It looks to me like it might be Frank Biner to the left of Wavy, just under the Jartran truck sign - JH http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Graham_(promoter) Born Wolodia Grajonca January 8, 1931 Berlin, Germany Died October 25, 1991 (aged 60) Vallejo, California, U.S. Occupation Rock promoter Years active 1960s–1991; his death Graham was born Wolodia Grajonca in Berlin,[1] the son of Frieda (née Sass) and Yankel Grajonca, an engineer.[2] He was given the nickname Wolfgang by his family early in his life.[3] He was the youngest son of a lower-middle-class Jewish family that had emigrated from Russia prior to the rise of Nazism.[4][5] Graham's father died two days after his son's birth.[6] Graham's mother placed her son and his younger sister in an orphanage in Berlin due to the increasing peril to Jews in Germany. The orphanage sent them to France in a pre–Holocaust exchange of Jewish children for Christian orphans. Graham's older sisters stayed behind with his mother. After the fall of France, Graham was among a group of Jewish orphans spirited out of France, some of whom finally reached America. But a majority of the children—including Graham's older sister Tolla—did not survive the difficult journey. Graham thus was one of the One Thousand Children, (OTC), those mainly Jewish children who managed to flee Hitler and Europe and then came directly to America, but whose parents were forced to stay behind. Nearly all these OTC parents were murdered "by Hitler". Graham's mother was murdered in Auschwitz. Graham had five sisters, Rita, Evelyn, Sonja, Ester and Tolla, only two of whom survived. Ester moved to the United States and was very close to Graham in his later life. His sister Rita escaped, first to Shanghai and then (after the war) to the United States.[citation needed] Once in the United States, Graham stayed in a foster home in The Bronx in New York City. After being taunted as an immigrant and being called a Nazi because of his German accented English, Graham first worked on his accent, eventually being able to speak in a perfect New York accent, and also changed his name to be more "American." (He found "Graham" in the phonebook, it was closest to his real surname "Grajonca." According to Graham, both "Bill" and "Graham" were meaningless to him). Graham graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School and then obtained a business degree from City College.[7][8] He was later quoted as describing his training as that of an "efficiency expert[disambiguation needed]". Graham was drafted into the United States Army in 1951, and served in the Korean War, where he was awarded both the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Upon his return to the States he worked as a waiter/maître d' in Catskill Mountain resorts in upstate New York during their heyday. He was later quoted as saying his experience as a maître d' and with the poker games he hosted behind the scenes was good training for his eventual career as a promoter. Tito Puente, who played some of these resorts, went on record once saying that Graham was avid to learn Spanish from him, but only cared about the curse words.[9] It was during the 1950s that Graham became a champion mambo dancer in the mambo clubs of New York City. Career Graham in 1974 Graham moved from New York to San Francisco in the early 1960s to be closer to his sister, Rita. He was invited to attend a free concert in Golden Gate Park, where he made contact with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, a radical theater group. He gave up a promising business career to manage the troupe in 1965. After Mime Troupe leader Ronnie Davis was arrested on obscenity charges during an outdoor performance, Graham organized a benefit concert to cover the troupe's legal fees. The concert was a success, and Graham saw a business opportunity.[11][12] Graham began promoting more concerts to raise funds for the Mime Troupe and eventually left the troupe to promote concerts full-time. Charles Sullivan was a mid-20th century black entrepreneur and businessman in San Francisco who owned the master lease on the Fillmore Auditorium. Bill approached Charles to put on the Second Mime Troupe appeals concert at the Fillmore Auditorium on December 10, 1965 using Sullivan's dance hall permit for the show. Graham later secured a contract from Sullivan for the open dates at the Fillmore Auditorium in 1966. Graham credits Sullivan with giving him his break in the music promotion business. Charles Sullivan was found murdered on August 2, 1966, south of Market Street in San Francisco. To this day the murder remains unsolved. One of the first concerts Graham promoted was in partnership with Chet Helms of the Family Dog organization and featured the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. The concert was an overwhelming success and Graham saw an opportunity with the band.[14] Early the next morning, Graham called the band's manager, Albert Grossman, and obtained exclusive rights to promote them. Shortly thereafter, Chet Helms arrived at Graham's office, asking how Graham could have cut him out of the deal. Graham pointed out that Helms would not have known about it unless he had tried to do the same thing to Graham and advised him to "get up early" in the future.[citation needed] A charismatic but often difficult personality, Graham produced shows attracting elements of America's now legendary counterculture of the time such as Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe and The Fish, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, The Committee, The Fugs, Allen Ginsberg, and, a particular favorite of Graham's, The Grateful Dead. He was the manager of Jefferson Airplane during 1967 and 1968. His successes and popularity allowed him to become the top concert promoter in rock music. He operated the famous venues the Fillmore West and Winterland (both in San Francisco) and the Fillmore East (in New York City), where the best up-and-coming acts would come to play. Graham also owned a record label, Fillmore Records, which was in operation from 1969 to circa 1976. Some of the artists who signed with Graham were Rod Stewart, Elvin Bishop and Cold Blood,[15] although of these it seems only Bishop actually issued albums on the Fillmore label. In New York City, he formed a booking agency called The Millard Agency which organized the booking of bands into various venues across the US. Because his music venue was the Fillmore, it seemed obvious to call the booking agency Millard. (Millard Fillmore was the thirteenth president of the United States.) In his music venues, he also opened certain weekday nights for unknown bands, like Santana, to get exposure. Graham promoted the West-Coast leg of the legendary The Rolling Stones American Tour 1972, also known as S.T.P. Tour (for Stones Touring Party), as well as parts of the Rolling Stones 1975 and 1978 tours. He would then promote the entire Rolling Stones American Tour 1981 and Rolling Stones European Tour 1982. When the Stones returned to touring in 1989 with the Steel Wheels tour, Mick Jagger accepted the offer of Michael Cohl's The BCL Group (Ballard Cohl Labatt).[16] to buy the concert, sponsorship, merchandising, radio, television, and film rights. Steel Wheels became the most financially successful in history. Graham later discovered that Cohl had offered only slightly more money. Graham took Jagger's repudiation as a personal defeat, writing with eloquence and grace, "Losing the Stones was like watching my favorite lover become a whore."[17] In 1971, he closed the Fillmores on both coasts, citing a need to "find [himself]". The movie Fillmore: The Last Days documents the closing of the Fillmore West. Graham retreated to a Greek island, but found the quietude disconcerting and later admitted being disappointed that no one there knew of him. He returned to promoting, first organizing concerts at smaller venues, like the Berkeley Community Theatre on the campus of Berkeley High School. He then leased out the Winterland Arena in San Francisco and promoted shows at the Cow Palace Auditorium in Daly City.[citation needed] In 1973 he promoted the largest outdoor concert at that time at Watkins Glen, New York with Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers Band and The Band. Over 600,000 paid were in attendance. He continued promoting stadium sized concerts at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco with Led Zeppelin in 1973 and started a series of stadium concerts at The Oakland Coliseum Stadium he called Day On The Green (DOG)in 1973 until 1992. Some of these concerts featured acts such as Grateful Dead and The Who in October of 1976, and Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan in 1987. His first large-scale outdoor benefit concert was for the San Francisco after-school programs, called the SNACK concert and starred Bob Dylan, with Neil Young, various members of the Grateful Dead and members of The Band.[11] In the mid-1980s, in conjunction with the city of Mountain View, California, and Apple Inc. cofounder Steve Wozniak, he masterminded the creation of the Shoreline Amphitheatre, which became the premier venue for outdoor concerts in Silicon Valley. Throughout his career, Graham promoted benefit concerts. *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: US Army Blues Pershing's Own Precious Lord Take My Hand at JEN 2013 Atlanta http://archive.org/details/JonHammondUSArmyBluesPershing_sOwnPreciousLordTakeMyHandatJEN2013AtlantaGA/ Youtube http://youtu.be/X3zD331SWi0 Atlanta GA -- A very special performance by US Army Blues Pershing's Own Jazz Band at the JEN Jazz Education Network Conference 2013. A wonderful arrangement by SFC Graham Breedlove - Trumpet Chair of this fine ensemble. You can actually see and read down SFC Graham Breedlove's trumpet part online - for PDF of his music: http://www.usarmyband.com/recording_notes/pdf/blues-something-old/precious-lord-score-and-parts/precious-lord-trumpet-1.pdf Director Conductor: Chief Warrant Officer Four Gordon K. Kippola video by Jon Hammond at evening concert Jazz Education Network Conference in the ballroom of Hyatt Regency Atlanta GA. Special thanks to these fine musicians and Mary Jo Papich **Really great solos from SSG Victor Barranco trombone and SFC Graham Breedlove trumpet - JH THE U.S. ARMY BLUES PERSONNEL ROSTER CW4 Gordon K. Kippola, Seabeck, WA, DIRECTOR The U.S. Army Blues SAXOPHONE SFC Antonio L. Orta, Guanica, PR SFC Bill E. Linney, Buies Creek, NC SFC Joseph D. Henson, Rock Hill, SC MSG John W. DeSalme, Iowa City, IA * MSG David T. Brown, Ballston Lake, NY TRUMPET SFC Mark A. Wood, Gainesville, FL SFC Kenneth W. McGee, Stafford, VA SFC Graham E. Breedlove, Lafayette, LA ‡‡ SGM Craig C. Fraedrich, Menomonee Falls, WI †† MSG Kenneth R. Rittenhouse, Fairmont, WV * TROMBONE MSG Matthew F. Niess, Levittown, PA MSG William L. Holmes, Philadelphia, PA * SSG Victor Barranco, North Pole, AK SFC Jeffrey J. Cortazzo, Palmerton, PA ‡‡ PIANO SGM Anthony W. Nalker, Lewisburg, WV † GUITAR SGM James F. Roberts, Washington, DC ‡ BASS SSG Regan Brough, Orem, UT DRUMS MSG Steve Fidyk, Wilkes-Barre, PA NEA Jazz Master Dave Liebman burning it up with The University of Miami Frost Concert Jazz Band at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference - Atlanta GA - Jon Hammond This is a priceless photo: Gary Campbell great tenor saxophonist, composer, bandleader, educator http://www.garycampbelljazz.com/ receiving a visit from his teacher - Dr. David N. Baker http://www.davidbakermusic.org/ past president of IAJE, author, world renowned musician educator - at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference Atlanta GA after Gary's quartet concert which was superb! Jon Hammond — at Hyatt Regency Atlanta Jon Hammond with Javon Jackson Donald Meade Jazz Historian, Joe Chambers, Martin W. Mueller Exec. Director New School Contemporary Jazz Program - here at the 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference - Atlanta GA - wonderful stories at this table folks! JH — with Javon Jackson and Martin W. Mueller at Hyatt Regency Atlanta Martin W. Mueller Executive Director of New School Contemporary Jazz Program with one of his outstanding Alums - saxophonist composer bandleader Alex Graham, now living in Nashville - Alex has done well for himself and has a beautiful family - smokin' quartet performance today here in Atlanta GA at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference - Alex is a Jupiter endorsee - Jon Hammond — with Martin W. Mueller and Alex Graham at Hyatt Regency Atlanta Jon Hammond, bassist Bob Cranshaw, trumpeter Blake Martin at Local 802 Musicians Union stand at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference - Bob Cranshaw's career career spans the heyday of Blue Note Records to his recent involvement with the Musicians Union - known to many as long-time bassist on Sesame Street TV Show - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Cranshaw Melbourne R. "Bob" Cranshaw (born December 10, 1932, in Evanston, Illinois) is an American jazz bassist. His career spans the heyday of Blue Note Records to his recent involvement with the Musicians Union. He is perhaps best known for his long association with Sonny Rollins. Cranshaw has been in Rollins's working band on and off for almost five decades, starting with the 1962 album The Bridge. Some of Cranshaw's best-known performances include on Lee Morgan's The Sidewinder and Grant Green's Idle Moments. Cranshaw also served as the sole session bassist to Sesame Street and The Electric Company songwriter and composer Joe Raposo, and played bass guitar on all songs, tracks, buttons and cues recorded by the Children's Television Workshop during Raposo's tenure. Times Square, Giant Screen, Mitsubishi, Diamond Vision, Jon Hammond, TV Show, Sk1 Organ, B-3, Local 802, Jazz, Musicians Union

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