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Vache Dixie/Swing Concert @ Providence Marriott Ballroom
(Published: November 10, 2014)

John Worsley Productions presents a show of Dixieland and Swing Music favorites on Sunday, November 16 at the Providence Marriott Ballroom (Charles and Orms Streets), starting at 4 pm.

The star leader is Warren Vache, (jazz trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn) and one of the Masters of Jazz. He was trained by his bass-playing father and leading cornetist, Pee Wee Erwin. His first big time jobs were with Benny Goodman. He then created a musical partnership with another up-and-coming musician, saxophonist Scott Hamilton. They made a number of classic---and highly-selling---records for Concord. Scott now lives in Italy and plays in eastern Europe and Russia. Vache is based in New York where he is a very popular musician, known nationally and internationally.

The band includes: Paul Schmelling, piano, former head of the piano department at Berklee College of Music, Boston, for 25 years; Marty Ballou, bass, an associate of Duke Robillard; Leading New England Drummer Artie Cabral, formerly of the Woody Herman, Herb Pomeroy and Rob McConnell bands; Arnie Krakowsky, tenor sax , who has worked with Ray Charles, Artie Shaw and Dick Johnson bands and has acclaim from renown jazz critic, Nat Hentoff; Billy Novick, clarinet, a partner with Guy VanDuser and a member of the New Black Eagle Jazz Band; Dick Whaley, trombone, formerly of the Duke Belaire Band and an associate of Art Pelosi, and Jimmy Mazzy, one of this country's top banjo artists and a great Dixieland vocalist.

These musicians are all very experienced professionals, with great personalities so you never know what to expect. This is sure to be a "don't miss," fun and enjoyable performance.

The tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at http://www.brownpapertick... or by phone at 800-838-3006x1


Led by cornetist Warren Vache, seven New England top professional musicians play a 3-hour concert of dixieland and swing favorites in a concert in the Providence Marriott ballroom from 4 to 7 pm on Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. The musicians are Paul Schmelling, piano, former head of the piano dept at Berklee College of Music for 25 years; Marty Ballou, an associate of Duke Robillard, will play bass; Artie Cabral, one of New England's top drummers and formerly of the Woody Herman, Herb Pomery and Rob McConnel's bands; Arnie Krakowsky, tenor sax, in the bands of Ray Charles, Artie Shaw and Dick Johnson with great reviews from music critic Nat Hentoff; Billy Novick, clarinet, associate of Guy VanDuser and member of the New Black Eagle Jazz Band; Dick Whaley, formerly of the Duke Belair Jazz Band and an associate of Art Pelosi and Jimmy Mazzy, one of this country's top banjo plays and a great Dixieland vocalist.

Warren Vache, a popular New York City cornetist, plays concerts throughout the United States and internationally. He and saxophonist Scott Hamilton made many class---and highly-selling---records for Concord.

These musicians are great players, have tremendous personalities and you never know what antics they'll be up to. Will be a very enjoyable show, with great toe-tapping music and lots of fun and laughs.

More Information: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/912406


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