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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUNETEENTH
JAZZ PRESENTERS
(NAJJP)


"June is Black Music Month!"
CELEBRATING JUNETEENTH JAZZ
"Preserving Our African American Jazz Legacy!"
www.JuneteenthJazz.com



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Celebrating Juneteenth Jazz



2014 Annual
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUNETEENTH JAZZ PRESENTERS

JUNETEENTH JAZZ LEGACY AWARDS PROGRAM
(JJLA's)

Honoring 6 Years of JJLA Award Presentations Across America!


PRESS RELEASE



board meeting


Part of the 2014 NJOF
National Juneteenth Board Meeting & Conference



Saturday, June 28, 2014, 7:00pm

Location (T.B.A.)
Memphis, TN

504-450-4300



Celebrating Juneteenth Jazz



Join us in celebrating our great African American
Jazz Legacy during Black Music Month and Juneteenth!



THE
JJLA's

Acknowledging Excellence in
African American Classical Music - Jazz!



Presenting the
***JJLA Jazz Masters Award***
***JJLA Jim & Fannie Harrison Jazz Journalism Award***
***JJLA Lifetime Achievement Award***
***JJLA Community Activist Award***
***JJLA Educators Award***



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JUNE IS JUNETEENTH AFRICAN AMERICAN JAZZ LEGACY MONTH

JUNETEENTH JAZZ LEGACY STATEMENT - By National Juneteenth Jazz Artist, Ron Myers



**** Celebrating Juneteenth Jazz Legacy Program Guidelines ****


Juneteenth Jazz


PRESS RELEASE


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JUNETEENTH TRAVEL
www.JuneteenthTravel.com



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Juneteenth Jazz Resolution
Download and print a
June is Juneteenth African American Jazz Legacy Month Resolution
(For passage by city, county, school boards, state legislaures, etc.)



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What is Juneteenth Jazz?



"Juneteenth is a landmark in history, a celebration of freedom and the end of slavery in America.
Juneteenth Jazz is dedicated to the preservation of the unique aesthetic expression of freedom through jazz,
and the spiritual essence of a people whose lives continue to be the creative catalyst of the roots of all America's music.
Juneteenth Jazz is dedicated to the innovators of this great music and the economic, cultural and educational
development of the historic community that produced America's most intellectually sophisticated musical
expression of freedom for all the world to enjoy."
   Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D.



"A celebration of the roots that produced the fruits."    Dr. Larry Ridley





Ron Myers
Dr. Ronald Myers


Jazz Times Magazine
Juneteenth Jazz Honors African American Jazz Legacies
Concert series celebrates African American jazz musicians' birthplaces and birthdays

By Megan Kaplon Hogan   May 27, 2012




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Dr. Larry Ridley
Dr. Larry Ridley


Click below to read one fantastic article and historic interview:
The Roots that Have Produced the Fruits



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MAGAZINE



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Dr. Ronald Myers


Click below to read an informative article by
Dr. Larry Ridley

AAJC Executive Director & Bassist Extraordinaire
Focus on Reverend Dr. Ronald Myers



London Branch & Ron Myers
London Branch & Ron Myers

The Jackson Advocate
Juneteenth jazz concert series to honor famous Mississippi musicians
By Vern Walker     June 9, 2011



Celebrating Juneteenth Jazz



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Juneteenth Jazz

Washington Afro American Newspaper
District Juneteenth Event Celebrates Jazz Music

By AFRO Staff     June 15, 2010



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2014 International Juneteenth Jazz Concert Schedule
"A renewing of the historic African American Jazz Chitlin' Circuit"



Sponsoring Organizations:










HOWARD MCGHEE MEMORIAL TULSA JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT - (3/6/14)

DR. WILLIAM BENTLEY MEMORIAL NBEA JUNETEENTH JAZZ CONCERT - (3/29/14)

RED HOLLOWAY MEMORIAL ARKANSAS "JAZZ ON THE LEVEE" HELENA ARTS FESTIVAL - (5/31/14)

LAS VEGAS NATIONAL JUNETEENTH JAZZ, SPOKEN WORD & ARTS FESTIVAL - (6/1/14)

FORT SMITH NATIONAL JUNETEENTH FLAG RAISING CEREMONY - (6/3/14)

OLIVER NELSON ST. LOUIS JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT - (6/4/14)

GRANT GREEN MEMORIAL ST. LOUIS JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT - (6/6/14)

CHICAGO NATIONAL JUNETEENTH FLAG RAISING CEREMONY - (6/6/14)

CHICAGO JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT - (6/7/14)

JAY MCSHANN MEMORIAL MUSKOGEE JUNETEENTH JAZZ & ARTS FESTIVAL - (6/13/14)

KANSAS CITY MEMORIAL JUNETEENTH JAZZ & ARTS FESTIVAL - (6/14/14)

OMAHA MALCOLM X MEMORIAL JUNETEENTH JAZZ & ARTS FESTIVAL - (6/15/14)

OMAHA NATIONAL JUNETEENTH MAAFA RECONCILIATION & HEALING PRAYER SERVICE - (6/16/14)

WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH NATIONAL HOLIDAY OBSERVANCE
National Juneteenth Black Holocaust "Maafa" Memorial Service
 - (6/19/14)

GALVESTON JUNETEENTH NATIONAL HOLIDAY OBSERVANCE FLAG RAISING CEREMONY - (6/21/14)

CALIFORNIA JUNETEENTH JAZZ HERITAGE & ARTS FESTIVAL - (6/21/14)

POMONA VALLEY JUNETEENTH JAZZ & ARTS FESTIVAL - (6/21/14)

MILT HINTON MEMORIAL VICKSBURG JUNETEENTH JAZZ & ARTS CONCERT - (6/22/14)

NATIONAL JUNETEENTH BOARD MEETING & CONFERENCE
Juneteenth Jazz Legacy Awards Program - (6/27/14)

LEE MORGAN MEMORIAL PHILADELPHIA JUNETEENTH JAZZ CONCERT - (7/10/14)

ALVIN "MOKKI" MATLOCK MEMORIAL FORT SMITH JAZZ JAM - (8/8/14)

VIRGINIA JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE RECONCILIATION & HEALING CONCERT - (8/16/14)

WORLD DAY OF RECONCILIATION & HEALING FROM THE LEGACY OF ENSLAVEMENT
Prayer Service - (8/20/14)

JIMMY RUSHING MEMORIAL OKC JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT - (8/26/14)

MISSISSIPPI JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL - (8/28/14 - 9/1/14)

ELAINE NATIONAL JUNETEENTH MAAFA RECONCILIATION & HEALING PRAYER SERVICE - (9/30/14)


I Love Wisconsin Jazz


ALPHONSO TRENT MEMORIAL FORT SMITH JAZZ JAM - (10/24/14)

JIMMY CHEATHAM MEMORIAL JAZZ JAM SESSION - (10/25/14)

WISCONSIN JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT - (10/26/14)

ALVIN BATISTE MEMORIAL LOUISIANA JUNETEENTH JAZZ CONCERT - (11/7/14)




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jazz spotlite news

Jim and Annie


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Ron Myers
National Juneteenth Holiday Campaign
Chair Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D. is
asking Congress to enact legislation to
make Junteenth a national day of
observance in America.
(Courtesy Photo)




Juneteenth.us
Click to view the official web site for the
NATIONAL JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY CAMPAIGN!



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Davis & Ridley
Congressman Danny Davis (D-IL) & Dr. Larry Ridley,
Executive Director of the African American
Jazz Caucus
discuss Juneteenth Jazz at the
2009 WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH Congressional Reception


Report from
2009 WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH National Holiday Observance


Photos from
2009 WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH National Holiday Observance



Kansas City Star
Today's Juneteenth festival stirs up jazz and art

By Rachel Skybetter     June 13, 2009



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Obama
Getty Images Photo

Myers urges President Obama to support Juneteenth Jazz
during Black Music Month in June through the performance of
the AAJC/HBCU Student All-star Big Band at the annual WASHINGTON
JUNETEENTH National Holiday Observance
(Letter to President Obama)

White House
White House Response to President Obama's Invitation
to Support Juneteenth



www.NationalJuneteenth.com
Juneteenth Flags
Make Juneteenth
a National Holiday!



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Join Us in the Nationwide Celebration of:

JUNE IS
JUNETEENTH AFRICAN AMERICAN
JAZZ LEGACY MONTH

www.JuneteenthRenaissance.com

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Facebook   Join June is Juneteenth African American Jazz Legacy Month on FACEBOOK!   Facebook


National Association of Juneteeth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP)
www.JuneteenthJazz.com


Horn on the Farm
Ron Myers
, National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Minister, Physician & Jazz Musician


**** www.RonMyersJazz.com ****


In Association with:

aajc

African American Jazz Caucus, Inc. (AAJC)
www.aajc.us        www.najri.com


Larry Ridley
Larry Ridley
, Executive Director





Click to purchase CD's by Dr. Larry Ridley!

Larry Ridley CD    Larry Ridley CD    Larry Ridley CD

Click below to hear a track from Larry's CD "Sum of the Parts"
"Feeling Blue"



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AAJC/HBCU All-star Big Band
Inaugural 2002 AAJC/HBCU Student All-star Big Band
IAJE Conference, Long Beach, California 2002


DONATE TO THE AAJC!
The AAJC/HBCU Student All-star Big Band Needs Your Financial Support!
This historic and important band cannot continue to perform without your DONATIONS!






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Photos by: Seitu Orondie', 718-671-8001

AAJC/HBCU Student All-star Big Band recently performed in the
Langston Hughes Auditorium at the Schomburg Center for Research
in Black Culture
in Harlem, New York.







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Ron Myers
Rev. Myers, the national chairman of the Juneteenth
celebration, plays jazz music for students at Sadler Arts Academy.

(photo by Jennifer Lyles)


Muskogee Phoenix News
Sadler celebrates with history, music

By Keith Purtell     February 13, 2009



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` NAJJP MISSION STATEMENT

The preservation of America's jazz legacy through the presentation of African-American classical music, commonly
called "jazz", during the month of June, Black Music Month, in association with the celebration of Juneteenth in America.



NAJJP GOAL

To organize, publicize and support Juneteenth Jazz Events during Black Music Month throughout the country.



HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE & SUPPORT THE NAJJP?


As owner/manager of a jazz club, restaurant or other jazz venue, have your jazz venue and Juneteenth Jazz Event
publicized and supported through our Juneteenth Jazz Network across the country.

As a Juneteenth Jazz Festival organizer or promoter, join our growing list of jazz presentors and have your Juneteenth
Jazz Event
listed on our web site. Coordinate your efforts with other jazz promoters across the country.

As an accomplished Performing Jazz Artist, become a supporter of our National Juneteenth Jazz Commission.
Contact us about using your name as one of our NAJJP supporters.










NAJJP Performing Jazz Artist Supporters (1/26/10):


David Murray
David Murray


London Branch
Ron Myers
Aye Aton
Manty Ellis
Rachella Parks
Sayeed Jamal
Larry Ridley
Dick Griffin
Wilton Knott







NAJJP Founding Board of Directors:

Ron Myers John Thompson
Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman (left) and John Thompson, Vice-Chairman (right) are
founding board members of the National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP)
actively involved in the
annual presentation of Juneteenth Jazz festivals and events. Rev., Dr. Myers is the Founder & Chairman of the
National Juneteenth Holiday Campaign, the National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF) and the
National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council (NJCLC)
. John Thompson is the Founder & President of
Juneteenth America, Inc. (JAI). Dr. Myers is also the National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
performing in Juneteenth Jazz
festivals and concerts across the nation.

Curtis Faulkner
Curtis Faulkner is a founding board member of the NAJJP not currently involved in the activities of the organization
or the annual presentation of Juneteenth Jazz festivals or events. Curtis Faulkner is the Founder & President of the
Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Festival (JHJF).






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2012 International Juneteenth Jazz Concert Schedule
"A renewing of the historic African American Jazz Chitlin' Circuit"








Tuesday, March 6, 2012

TULSA JUNETEENTH JAZZ & HERITAGE CONCERT


1st Annual
Tulsa Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Concert

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Tulsa, Oklahoma
native and master jazz trumpet player Howard McGhee"


featuring
Horn on the Farm
Ron Myers

Minister, Physician & Jazz Musician

honoring
Howard McGhee
Howard McGhee
Tulsa native jazz trumpet great





Tuesday, March 6, 2012, 2:00pm

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
111 East 1st Street
Tulsa, OK
918-281-8600

www.JazzOklahoma.com



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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Arkansas "Jazz on the Levee" Helena Arts Festival



Duke Ellington

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Helena, Arkansas
native and master jazz saxophonist Red Holloway"


Host Organization: Walnut Street Works
                              Naomi Cottoms, Chairman
                              Helena, AR
                              870-338-8900

Downtown Cherry Street Levy Pavilion
Helena, Arkansas

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers
, Piano & Trumpet

also:

Helena, Arkansas native Phillip Stackhouse, Saxes

Along with other area Arkansas & Mississippi Delta jazz musicians:

Billy Smiley, Guitar
London Branch, Bass
Derrick Brown, Bass & Trombone
Hal Holbrook, Drums
Rod Shannon, Vocals, Congas & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion
Greg Rasberry, Congas & Percussion


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Friday, April 27, 2012

Dr. William Bentley Memorial NBEA Juneteenth Jazz Concert



Dr. William Bentley

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to the late founder of the
National Black Evangelical Association (NBEA) Dr. William Bentley"


Host Organization: National Black Evangelical Association (NBEA)
                              Dr. Walter McCray, President
                              Chicago, IL
                              773-881-2455

Hilton Oak Lawn Hotel
9333 South Cicero
Chicago, IL

Featuring Chicago native & National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

Along with other Chicago Juneteenth Jazz legacy musicians!


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Friday, May 25, 2012

Canadian Memorial Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Concert



Oscar Peterson

"A Juneteenth tribute to Canadian Jazz legend Oscar Peterson"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters
                              Dr. Ronald Myers, Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              250-785-2544 (Ask For April Moi)

North Peace Cultural Center
100115 100th Avenue
Fort St. John, British Columbia (CANADA)

Featuring
Founder & Director, Fellowship of Creative Christian Jazz Musicians

Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Friday, June 1, 2012

Mississippi Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Teddy Edwards

"A Juneteenth tribute to legendary Jackson, Mississippi jazz great Teddy Edwards"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP)
                              Dr. Ronald Myers, Sr., Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-247-3364

Intergrative Health & Wellness Cente
6204 North State Street
Jackson, MS

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Al Fielder, Drums
Eddy Dunn, Conga & Percussion
Earlton Batles Manley, Congas & Percussion
London Branch, Bass


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Saturday, June 2, 2012

National Juneteenth Jazz, Spoken Word & Arts Grass Roots Festival



Monk Montgomery

"A Juneteenth tribute to the Las Vegas jazz legend
and Founder of the Las Vegas Jazz Society Monk Montgomery"


"A Juneteenth tribute to the Las Vegas jazz legend Ghalib Ghallab"

Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation
                              National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters
                              Dee Evans, Nevada Juneteenth State Director
                              Las Vegas, NV
                              702-878-5277

West Las Vegas Library Theatre
951 West Lake Mead Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV

Featuring
National Juneteenth Jazz Artist

Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


Also featuring

Rick Jones
Rick Jones, Trumpet & Flugelhorn


Griot Nation, Spoken Word Artists
Mac Loving, Jr., Guitar
Eddy "D", Congas, Percussion & Spoken Word Artist


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Monday, June 4, 2012

Oliver Nelson Memorial St. Louis Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Celebration



Oliver Nelson

"A Juneteenth tribute to the late native St. Louis
jazz saxophonist and composer Oliver Nelson"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-392-2016    662-247-1471


Hope of Glory Christian Assembly
The Ville Campus
2416 N. Newstead Ave.
St. Louis, Missouri
314-956-7049


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Grant Green Memorial St. Louis Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Celebration



Grant Green

"A Juneteenth tribute to the late legendary St. Louis jazz guitarist Grant Green"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-392-2016    662-247-1471


Hope of Glory Christian Assembly
The Ville Campus
2416 N. Newstead Ave.
St. Louis, Missouri
314-956-7049



Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Friday, June 8, 2012

Muskogee Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Jay McShann

"A Juneteenth tribute to legendary Muskogee, Oklahoma jazz great Jay McShann"


Host Organization: Oklahoma Juneteenth Historical Foundation, Inc.
                              Wilma Newton, President
                              Muskogee, OK
                              918-781-9248


Smokehouse Bob's Bar-B-Que Restaurant
1100 North 11th Street
Muskogee, OK
918-781-9248

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Phillip Stackhouse, Alto Sax
Andy Livesay, Drums
Eddy Dunn, Congas & Percussion
Lee Norfleet, Bass


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Saturday, June 9, 2012

Kansas City Memorial Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Al Bartee

"A Juneteenth tribute to late Kansas City jazz master drummer
'Delightful Dee' Al Bartee"



Jay McShann

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to late Kansas City Juneteenth Celebration Founder
Horace Peterson and Jazz Legend Jay McShann"


Host Organization: Juneteenth America, Inc.
                              John Thompson, Director
                              Kansas City, MO
                              909-621-9707


Kansas City Blues & Juke Joint
1700 East 18th Street
Kansas City, Missouri
816-472-0013

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Elder Statesmen Little Big Sand

Sam Johnson, Drums

and other Missouri Jazz Legacy Musicians!


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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Omaha Malcolm X Memorial Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Malcolm X

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Omaha native Malcolm X and Milita Hill,
late Founder of Juneteenth Nebraska, Inc. and the Nebraska Juneteenth
State Holiday Observance"


Host Organization: Juneteenth Nebraska, Inc.
                              Ms. Willie Williams, President
                              Omaha, NB
                              402-612-8936

Preston Love

"Honoring the late Omaha native jazz saxophone legend Preston Love"


Love's Jazz & Arts Center
2510 N. 24th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Merritt Smith, Alto Sax
Eddy Dunn, Congas & Percussion
Earlton Batles Manley, Congas & Percussion

and other Nebraska Juneteenth Jazz legacy musicians!


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Friday, June 15, 2012

National Juneteenth Black Holocaust "Maafa" Memorial Service



Bible

"A Time to Heal, A Time to Pray"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council (NJCLC)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-392-2016    662-247-1471

Lincoln Park United Methodist Church
1301 N. Carolina, N.E.
Washington, DC

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Todd Ledbetter, Saxes
Solomon Sparrow, Piano
Herman Burney, Bass

and other Washington, DC Juneteenth Jazz legacy musicians!


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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Juneteenth Liberty Redux Juneteenth Jazz Concert


Juneteenth Flag


"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to the National Juneteenth Holiday Campaign"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters
                              Dr. Ronald Myers, Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-392-2016

Schedule of Events
Atlanta, GA

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist

Ron Myers

Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Chicago Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival


Host Organization: CIESS (Coalition For Improved Education in South Shore)
                              Lestine Byars, Director
                              Chicago, IL
                              773-391-4416

Von Freeman

"Honoring the Chicago native jazz saxophone legend Von Freeman"


Courtyard of the - Black United Fund of Illinois Building
1809 71st Street
Chicago, IL


Manty Ellis

Featuring Milwaukee native master jazz guitarist Manty Ellis


Also National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Rolla Armstead, Saxes
Eddy Dunn, Congas & Percussion
Earlton Batles Manley, Conga & Percussion
John Price, Bass
Sam Belton, Drums


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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH Jazz & Arts Festival



Duke Ellington

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Washington, DC native Duke Ellington

along with

Herman Burney

Herman Burney
"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-392-2016    662-247-1471

Westminster Presbyterian Church
400 I Street, S.W.
Washington, DC

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Todd Ledbetter, Saxes
Charles Allen, Vibes
Solomon Sparrow, Piano
Herman Burney, Bass


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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Milt Hinton Memorial Vicksburg Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Festival



Hank Jones

"A Juneteenth Jazz Tribute to Vicksburg, Mississippi Mississippi native
Vicksburg, Mississippi master jazz bassist Milt Hinton"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Belzoni, Mississippi
                              662-247-3364

Coral Room Theatre - at the Vicksburg
801 Clay Street    Vicksburg, Mississippi


Featuring

London Branch & Ron Myers
London Branch, Bass
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


with other Mississippi jazz musicians:

Eddie Dunn, Conga & Percussion
Hal Holbrook, Drums
Rod Shannon, Vocals, Congas & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion

& other great Mississippi jazz legacy musicians!


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Friday, June 29, 2012

Let Freedom Ring: From Justice to Jazz



Larry Ridney

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Indianapolis jazz great Larry Ridley"


Host Organization: African American Jazz Caucus (AAJC)
                              Bill Myers, President
                              New York, NY
                              212-979-0304    918-450-0446

The Landmarks
4305 Degnan Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN


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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Juneteenth Jazz Legacy Awards Luncheon



Larry Ridney

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Indianapolis jazz great Larry Ridley"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-247-3364    662-247-1471

Cripus Attucks Museum
1140 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street
Indianapolis, IN

with National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Saturday, July 7, 2012

New York Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Festival



Eddie Lockjaw Davis

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to late New York jazz great Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-247-3364    662-247-1471

Brownsville Heritage House
581 Mother Gaston Blvd.
New York, NY


Featuring Milwaukee native master jazz guitarist
Manty Ellis
Manty Ellis


Also Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


Billy Johnson, Bass
Mark Johnson, Drums


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Sunday, July 8, 2012

New Jersey Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Festival



Eddie Lockjaw Davis

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to late New York jazz great Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
                              Belzoni, MS
                              662-392-2016    662-247-1471

(Location T.B.A.)
Jersey City, NJ


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Philadelphia Memorial Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Lee Morgan

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to late Philadelphia jazz great Lee Morgan"


Host Organization: African American Jazz Caucus
                              Larry Ridley, Executive Director
                              New York, NY
                              212-979-0304

Phikadelphia Clef Club
736-38 South Broad Street
Pennsylvania, PA
215-893-9912


Featuring outstanding dynamic young jazz trumpeter

Rusell Gunn
Russell Gunn



Manty Ellis

Also Featuring Milwaukee native master jazz guitarist Manty Ellis


with Philadelphia Jazz Musicians coordinated by "bassist extraordinaire"

Larry Ridley
Dr. Larry Ridley



Also, Founder & Director, Fellowship of Creative Christian Jazz Musicians

Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet



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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Missouri National Black Farmers Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



John Hicks

"A Juneteenth tribute to the St. Louis Jazz Legacy of John Hicks "

Attended
Lincoln University

Celebrating the Legacy of HBCU Jazz Education in America!


Also, with great honor & respect,

Grant Green

"A Juneteenth tribute to late St. Louis native and master jazz guitarist Grant Green"


Oliver Nelson

"A Juneteenth tribute to late St. Louis native and legendary jazz composer and saxophonist Oliver Nelson"


Clark Terry

"A Juneteenth tribute to late St. Louis native and legendary jazz trumpeter Clark Terry"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council (NJCLC)
                              Rev. William Gwynn, Secretary
                              St. Louis, MO
                              314-218-0244

Hope of Glory Christian Assembly
4001 Cottage Avenue
St. Louis, MO

Featuring
Founder & Director, Fellowship of Creative Christian Jazz Musicians

Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


Also featuring

Wilton Knott
Jazz Percussionist Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion


and the "Juneteenth Jazz Praise Ensemble"

with:

Noah Jelks, Drums
Aye Aton, Drums & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion
Eddy Dunn, Congas & Percussion
Earlton Batles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Derrick Brown, Bass


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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Hank Jones Memorial Vicksburg Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival


Hank Jones

"A Juneteenth Jazz Tribute to Vicksburg, Mississippi native
Vicksburg, Mississippi master jazz pianist Hank Jones"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Belzoni, Mississippi
                              662-247-3364

Coral Room Theatre - at the Vicksburg
801 Clay Street    Vicksburg, Mississippi


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


with other Mississippi jazz musicians:

Eddie Dunn, Conga & Percussion
London Branch, Bass
Hal Holbrook, Drums
Rod Shannon, Vocals, Congas & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion

& other great Mississippi jazz legacy musicians!


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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Alvin "Mokki" Matlock Memorial Fort Smith Jazz Jam





Mokki Matlock Mokki Matlock

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to late
Fort Smith, Arkansas accomplist jazz pianist Alvin "Mokki" Matlock"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Roland, Oklahoma
                              918-398-9434

The Golden Goose
522 N. 10th Street
Fort Smith, AR

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Eddy Dunn, Conga & Percussion
Earlton Batles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Lee Norfleet, Bass


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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Virginia Juneteenth Jazz & Heritage Reconciliation &n Healing Concert



Lonnie Liston Smith Donald Smith

"A Juneteenth jazz tribute to native Richmond, Virginia legendary jazz greats Lonnie Liston Smith & Donald Smith"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Belzoni, Mississippi
                              662-247-3364

Comfort Inn
3200 West Broad Street    Richmond, VA
804-359-4061

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


with:

Terry Burrell, Bass

& other Virginia jazz legacy musicians!


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Thursday, August 30 - Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Mississippi Jazz & Heritage Festival



Dwayne Armstrong

"A Juneteenth tribute to Greenville, Mississippi native
& master jazz saxophonist Dwayne Armstrong"


Lester Young Hank Jones

"A Juneteenth Jazz Tribute to Woodville, Mississippi native and father of the modern jazz saxophone, Lester "Prez" Young
& Vicksburg, Mississippi master jazz pianist Hank Jones"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Belzoni, Mississippi
                              662-247-3364


Thursday, August 30, 2012, 6:00pm
Myers Family Pavilion
27 Weeks Drive    Belzoni, Mississippi
662-247-3364    662-247-1471

Friday, August 31, 2012, 6:00pm
Betty's Place
301 Main Street    Indianola, Mississippi
662-392-2016    662-247-1471

Saturday, September 1, 2012, 6:00pm
TESC Center
749 Main Street    Greenville, Mississippi
662-392-2016    662-247-1471

Monday, September 3, 2012, 6:00pm
Bo's Bar-b-Que Bar & Grill
507 Carrollton Avenue    Greenwood, Mississippi
662-392-0756    662-453-3237

Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 6:00pm
Shelby, Mississippi
749 Main Street    Shelby, Mississippi
662-392-2016    662-616-0355


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Rn Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


with other Mississippi jazz legacy musicians:

Earlton Battles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Eddie Dunn, Conga & Percussion
Billy Smiley, Guitar
Aaron Smith, Alto Sax
Derrick Brown, Bass & Trombone
Hal Holbrook, Drums
Rod Shannon, Vocals, Congas & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion


Mulgrew Miller

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to Greenwood, Mississippi native
and one of the greatest jazz pianist in the world, Mulgrew Miller
"



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Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

Gerald Wilson Shelby Juneteenth Jazz Concert


Gerald Wilson

"A Juneteenth Jazz Tribute to Shelby, Mississippi native
and legendary jazz composer Gerald Wilson"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Belzoni, Mississippi
                              662-247-3364

Shelby Library
Hwy. 61 North
Shelby, Mississippi


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


with other Mississippi jazz musicians:

Eddie Dunn, Conga & Percussion
London Branch, Bass
Hal Holbrook, Drums
Rod Shannon, Vocals, Congas & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Congas & Percussion

& other great Mississippi jazz legacy musicians!


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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Roland Jazz & Arts Festival



Alphonso Trent

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to legendary Fort Smith, Arkansas jazz great Alphonso Trent"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                                     Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                                     Belzoni, Mississippi
                                     918-398-9434

Wellness Clinic of Roland
205 East Ray Fine Blvd.
Roland, OK
Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


with:

John Winkle, Drums
Earlton Battles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Eddie Dunn, Congas & Percussion
Lee Norfleet, Bass


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Friday, October 5, 2012

6th Annual Jimmy Cheatham Memorial Jazz Jam


Host Organization: Wisconsin Jazz and Heritage Foundation (WJHF)
                               Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                               Milwaukee, WI
                               414-562-8505    662-247-3364


WISCONSIN JAZZ & HERITAGE FOUNDATION
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ALUMNI FOUNDATION
(of the University of Wisconsin)
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUNETEENTH JAZZ PRESENTERS
(NAJJP)


Proudly Present:


5th Annual
Jimmy Cheatham Memorial Jazz Jam Session

Jimmy  Cheatham
Jimmy Cheatham (1924-2007)
with wife Jeannie Cheatham. Jimmy was
a professor of music and Afro-American studies at the University of WI-Madison
from 1974-1977, where he founded and conducted the Experimental
Improvisational Black Music Ensemble (EIBME).



PRESS RELEASE


8:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday, October 7, 2011

Best Western Inn on the Park
22 South Carroll Street     Madison, WI
608-257-8811
www.uwaaaa.com     www.JeannieCheatham.com
www.JazzWisconsin.com     www.JuneteenthJazz.com



ALL MUSICIANS WELCOME!

No Cover Charge! DONATIONS Appreciated!

Donations to the Jimmy Cheatham Black Music Education Fund (JCBMEF)
will be greatly appreciated!


with

Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet
Pat Wick, Piano & Keyboards
Bruce Alford, Bass
Rick Flowers, Drums

Alumni performers at EIBME concerts directed by Jimmy Cheatham:

Rolla Armstead, Tenor Sax & Flute (Invited!)

and many other jazz music alumni of the EIMBE!



How to make a DONATION to the
Jimmy Cheatham Black Music Education Fund (JCBMEF):


Make checks payable to the University of Wisconsin Foundation (UWF),
write "Afro-American Studies Dept. - JCBMEF" in the check memo line,
and send them to:

University of Wisconsin Foundation
US Bank Lockbox
P.O. Box 78807
Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807



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Sunday, October 7, 2012

6th Annual Wisconsin Jazz & Heritage Festival


Berkely Fudge
"A Juneteenth tribute to late Milwaukee jazz legacy of big band
leader and saxophonist Leonard Gay & Berkely Fudge"


Host Organization: Wisconsin Jazz and Heritage Foundation (WJHF)
                               Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                               Milwaukee, WI
                               414-562-8505    662-247-3364

Sweet Black Coffee
2411 N. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Drive
Milwaukee, WI
414-267-7552


Tony King

Honoring the late Milwaukee Jazz Educator Tony King



Manty Ellis

Featuring Milwaukee native master jazz guitarist Manty Ellis



with invited Milwaukee jazz legacy musicians:

Greg Woods, Piano and Keyboards
James Lagrone, Trombone
Rick Jones, Trumpet
Brian Lynch, Trumpet
Sayeed Jamal, Saxes
Johnny High, Alto Sax
Rolla Armstead, Tenor Sax & Flute
Charles Small, Guitar
Neal Davis, Guitar
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet
John Price, Bass
Billy Johnson, Bass
Sam Belton, Drums
Scott Napoli, Drums
Rick Flowers, Drums

and many other great Milwaukee jazz legacy musicians!


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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Alphonso Trent Memorial Fort Smith Jazz Jam



Alphonso Trent

"A Juneteenth tribute to Fort Smith Jazz legend
Alphonso Trent"


Host Organization: National Association of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters
                              Dr. Ronald Myers, Chairman
                              Roland, OK
                              918-398-9434

Fort Smith Museum of History
320 Rogers Avenue
Fort Smith, AR

Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet

with:

Lanita Chastain, Vocals
Ron Chastain, Guitar


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Friday, October 26, 2012

Fairbanks Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Black Engineers

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to the African-American army engineers who built the Alaska Alcan Highway,
ultimately ending segregation in the U.S. military"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council (NJCLC)
                              Bishop Dave Thomas, Alaska Representative
                              Anchorage, AK
                              907-575-8506    


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


JP Jones Community Center
2400 Rickert Street
Fairbanks, Alaska

with:

Rick Zelinski, Saxes
Earlton Battles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Dirk Westfall, Bass
John Damberg, Drums


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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Anchorage Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival



Black Engineers

"A Juneteenth Jazz tribute to the African-American army engineers who built the Alaska Alcan Highway,
ultimately ending segregation in U.S. military"


Host Organization: National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council (NJCLC)
                              Bishop Dave Thomas, Alaska Representative
                              Anchorage, AK
                              907-575-8506


Featuring National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


Z. J. Loussac Public Library
3600 Danai Street
Anchorage, Alaska

with:

Rick Zelinski, Saxes
Earlton Battles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Dirk Westfall, Bass
John Damberg, Drums


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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Louisiana Memorial Juneteenth Jazz & Arts Festival





Host Organization: National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
                              Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Chairman
                              Belzoni, Mississippi
                              662-247-3364

Dubose Recital Hall
Music Building
Southern University Campus
Baton Rouge, LA

Featuring
African American Jazz Caucus (AAJC) Executive Director

Larry Ridley
Bassist Extraordinaire, Larry Ridley


Manty Ellis

Featuring Milwaukee native master jazz guitarist Manty Ellis


Also Featuring
Founder & Director, Fellowship of Creative Christian Jazz Musicians

Ron Myers
Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet


and the "Juneteenth Jazz Praise Ensemble"

with:

Rachella Parks, Saxes
Noah Jelks, Drums
Aye Aton, Drums & Percussion
Wilton Knott, Conga & Percussion
Eddy Dunn, Conga & Percussion
Earlton Batles Manley, Congas & Percussion
Derrick Brown, Bass


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JUNETEENTH JAZZ HISTORIC ARCHIVES SECTION



piano





WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH National Holiday Observance
Returns to the Nation's Capitol

Myers Request Congress Support Legislation to Establish
Juneteenth Independence Day as a National Day of Observance

Speaker of the House John Boehner to Host Unveiling of Statue
of Frederick Douglass on Juneteenth at the U.S. Capitol

Myers to host 14th Annual WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH National Holiday
Observance Congressional Juneteenth Reception with Reading of "What
to the American Slave Is Your 4th of July?"
by Frederick Douglass
at the U.S. Capitol

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to present a resolution to recognize
the 2013 WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH National Holiday Observance
at the U.S. Capitol


Ron Myers John Boehner Frederick Douglass
Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., (left) Chairman of the National Juneteenth
Observance Foundation (NJOF) and the National Juneteenth Christian Leadership
Council (NJCLC), Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH), who will
be hosting a ceremony to unveil statue of Frederick Douglass at the U.S. Capitol on
the "19th of June", Juneteenth (center) and Frederick Douglass, (right), who will
be honored with a reading of his historic speech at the annual WASHINGTON
JUNETEENTH Congressional Reception, "What to the American Slave Is Your
4th of July?"
, also at the U.S. Capitol on Juneteenth.


Ron Myers Danny Davis Carl Levin
Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., (left) Chairman of the National Juneteenth
Observance Foundation (NJOF) and the National Juneteenth Christian
Leadership Council (NJCLC), Congressman Danny K. Davis (D-IL), (center)
and Senator Carl Levin (D-MI), (right) historic sponsors of legislation
recognizing the historic significance of Juneteenth Indepenedence Day
in the U.S. Congress.
(NJOF Press Releases)


Ron Myers Juneteenth Jazz Banner Sheila Jackson Lee
Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., (left) Chairman of the National Association
of Juneteenth Jazz Presenters (NAJJP) and the National Juneteenth Jazz Artist
will receive a resolution from Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) (right)
recognizing the 2013 WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH National Holiday Observance on
the "19th of June", Juneteenth (center), also at the U.S. Capitol.




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Juneteenth Jazz Historic Archives


THE MYERS FOUNDATION
THE BLACK ARTS MUSIC SOCIETY
SMITH ROBERTSON MUSEUM & CULTURAL CENTER
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUNETEENTH JAZZ PRESENTERS
(NAJJP)



present:



13th Annual
MISSISSIPPI JAZZ AND HERITAGE FESTIVAL


PRESS RELEASE


Honoring Mississippi Jazz Legend

John Gilmore
Late Master of the Jazz Saxophone
Born in Summit, Mississippi



Ron Myers
MATT WILLIAMSON | ENTERPRISE JOURNAL

Jazz Heritage

Dr. Ron Myers plays the trumpet during the 13th annual Mis-
sissippi Jazz and Heritage Festival Sunday evening at the
Summit Rotary Gym. The event honored saxophonists the
late John Gilmore of Summit and the late Lester 'Prez' Young
of Woodville. Gilmore played with Sun Ra and his Arkestra.
Young was considered on of the sax's greatest players.



John Gilmore


Click below to view rare video
Lee Morgan and John Gilmore with the Jazz Messengers


click below to review:
Enterprise-Journal Newspaper Article (McComb, MS)



Sunday, September 28, 2008, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
4010 Robb Street Extention
Summit, Mississippi
601-276-9536     662-247-3364


FREE ADMISSION!     DONATIONS APPRECIATED!



Also Honoring Woodville, Mississippi native and father of the
modern jazz saxophone, the legendary:


Lester Young

LESTER "PREZ" YOUNG

click below to review:
Natchez Democrat Newspaper Article (Natchez, MS)




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Juneteenth Jazz Historic Archives


2012 Second Annual
AFRICAN AMERICAN JAZZ CAUCUS
"LET FREEDOM RING: FROM JUSTICE TO JAZZ"



Doors Open at 6:00pm     Program Starts at 7:00pm

Friday, June 29, 2012

Indiana Landmarks Center
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN

800-450-4534 | 317-639-4534 | Fax 317-639-6734




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www.MoJuneteenthJazz.org

Juneteenth Heritage & Jazz Festival, Inc.



Horn In The Corn
"Horn in the Corn" Bill Johnson, Photographer, Greenville, MS

Ron Myers, Piano & Trumpet
Minister, Physician & Jazz Musician
Artistic Director of the Mississippi Jazz & Heritage Festival
National Juneteenth Jazz Artist


**** www.RonMyersJazz.com ****


Music Vitae and Press Release
"RON MYERS PROMOTES JUNETEENTH JAZZ DURING BLACK MUSIC MONTH"









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Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Founder & Chairman
National Juneteenth Observance Foundation (NJOF)
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