Bob Porter (Portraits In Blue), Dan Morgenstern (Institue of Jazz Studies), Rich Conaty (WFUV), Scott Wenzel (Mosaic Records), Will Friedwald (Author/Jazz Journalist), Doug Pomeroy (audio engineer), Lloyd Rauch (researcher & writer), Don Hill (SUNY-Oneonta & author of "Calypso Calaloo”), Jack Woker (Stereo Jack's), Joe Schwab (Euclid Records), Tom Kohn (Bop Shop), Masahiro Nishiguchi (Hot Step Jazz Record Shop, Kyoto, japan), are just some of the collectors and record dealers who will attend the 40th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash June 27th – 28th, 2014 at the Hilton Woodbridge Hotel Iselin NJ
In addition to the buying, selling, trading and schmoozing there will also be Rare Jazz Films both days of the Bash.
Friday: 8:00 p.m.
Ron Hutchinson, co-founder of The Vitaphone Project, will present a largely previously unseen collection of early sound jazz and vaudeville short subjects. Ron will be showing a new batch of rare 1929-38 musical British Pathetone talkie shorts and more early sound Vitaphone vaudeville, comedy and band shorts.
Saturday: Two different shows: More from Ron Hutchinson (4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.) and second show of rare film and TV clips by jazz collector and film historian David Weiner (8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)
Jazz collector and film historian David Weiner will present two hours of rare film and TV clips, showcasing jazz and pop artists of the 1920s through the 1960s. Among the featured performers will be soloists Duke Ellington, Benny Carter, Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Bobby Hackett, Red Nichols, Rex Stewart, Joe Venuti, Thelonious Monk, Louis Armstrong, Earl Hines, Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, Buddy Tate, Eddie Shu, Benny Goodman and Buddy Rich; the big bands of Harry James, Vincent Lopez, and Roy Fox; and vocalists Adelaide Hall, Jean Sablon, Lee Wiley, the Mills Brothers and Jimmy Durante. Plus vintage cartoons and jitterbug dancing!
More Info Here: http://www.jazzbash.net
The Bash Team:
Art Zimmerman (Producer & Vendor Relations)
Shirley Yannic (Registration)
Henry Schmidt (A/V)
Jim Eigo (PR)