Jim Morehand

Jim Morehand

When Jim Morehand left Rome, NY over25 years ago, he had no idea that his journeys would eventually lead him to NYC’s jazz scene.

This leaning towards the arts was influenced by my first real art teacher in 7th grade, Mr. Foster of Staley Jr. High School. I began to appreciate art then. Mr. Vacca was my music appreciation teacher there as well. I remember his passion for for music in general and jazz specifically. He told us that he was a good friend of jazz pianist, Dave Brubeck. I was v …

SATURDAY MAY 15, 2004, JAZZ LEGEND, LEW TABACKIN MAKES A RARE APPEARANCE AT PARLORJAZZ IN THE REUNION JAM...

There is something about the vibe of this cozy residential ParlorJazz! venue in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, as it is developing quite the reputation as the place to play by some of best Jazz musicians/vocalists in the NYC. The twenty-five dollar suggested donation at the door includes: both sets, unlimited wine, non-alcoholic beverages, hors d'ouerves and the friendliest Jazz crowd in …