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Back at the tres chic Paris Bistro in Chestnut Hill. 7-11:00 Vocals by Phyllis Chapell. Dan Pearce-guitar, Sarah Larsen-violin, Jim Stager-bass, Barry Wahrhaftig-guitar & vocals. [No cover. $5 music charge added to bill].
Howard will host a Jazz Guitar workshop at Roller's on Sunday, Feb 8, 12:00-2:00pm. *$20 fee Contact Barry Wahrhaftig, [email me at above address or thru HCPhilly website to reserve a spot]. *$10 with student ID [$10 to audit or listen].
Come and join us for a very special show in honor of Django's Birthday, Saturday. Our special guest will be guitarist Howard Alden, of 'Sweet and Lowdown,' movie fame. Vocals by Phyllis Chapell. Joe Arnold-violin, Jim Stager-bass. @ Roller's in Chestnut Hill. $20 Cover, $10 food-beverage minimum. Limited seating for tickets email Barwarren@aol.com or call 215-380-2588 or purchase via paypal thru Hot Club Philly website.
Back at Lehigh Valley's hippest spot, with our good friend Johnny Peppercraft on his multitude of saxes. Jim Stager-Bass, Barry Wahrhaftig-Guitar & Vocals. No cover, great atmosphere, awesome food and drinks. 9-1:00 [The Reverbnation form requiteres a 'doors open time,' which doesn't really apply].
Come join us for some Sweet & Lowdown Gypsy Jazz & great Italian food. The place has a great retro look & vibe. Joseph Arnold-violin, Alex Siniavski-Guitar, Jim Stager-bass, Barry Wahrhaftig-guitar & vocals. Free parking-no cover 7-11:00 [doors open doesn't really apply].
Sounds Like: Django Reinhardt, Biréli Lagrène, Stephane Grappelli, Howard Alden, Stephane Wrembel
Label: self-produced indie
The Hot Club of Philadelphia was founded in 2001 by guitarist and vocalist Barry Wahrhaftig, They are an acoustic jazz quartet, mainly influenced by the music of the original Hot Club of France, which was led Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli.We add our own style and arrangements.
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“Philadelphia can claim another Hot Swing act besides the great Joe Venuti. Saw the Hot Club of Philadelphia last night at the World Cafe, and their show was a killer! The warmed up for John Jorgenson, but could have easily passed for the headliners. Picked up there latest CD: "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams", which puts them right up there. There is a good article on them and the Django Centenial at: http://www.philly.com/philly/entertainment/88549292.html”