San Diego's Jazz 88.3
Members of Jazz 88.3 are listeners who donate to keep the station going. Have you become one yet? Join us August 26, or call in your support now at 619-388-3000 and throw a couple bucks in the hat! It’s a pretty cool hat.
Join the entire Jazz 88.3 staff,
along with the Queen of Boogie-Woogie
, Sue Palmer
and her entire Motel Swing Orchestra
, Thursday, December 19th
, as we celebrate the holidays and say goodbye to the Inn at the Park! It's your last chance to groove to live music and enjoy an array of heavy appetizers...all while you take in an unbeatable view of America's Finest City from the rooftop of the Inn at the Park. There's a $10
cover charge and you MUST be 21+
to attend. So pencil in one more holiday party and come celebrate our last Happy Hour at the Inn at the Park and our last Happy Hour of 2013! We'll see you there!
|Have you heard about our Blues Jam every Thursday night in Little Italy? The Blues 88.3 Jam is hosted by the ever mellow J. Otis Williams and headlined by the renowned guitar slinger Mark Augustin. This Blues Jam is growing stronger all the time and some big names have shown up to join in. Hit Busalacchi's Spaghetteria, 1953 India St. and get into the scene every Thursday night from 7-10pm. It's free, and family-friendly, too. |
|Join us every Sunday from 6-10pm for our Jazz 88.3 Jazz Jam, featuring Mark Augustin, Bruce Cameron, Tommy Gannon, and our own, Jeff Dalrymple. GPS to Busalacchi's Spaghetteria, 1953 India Street, in Little Italy. A Jazz Jam is the best way to close out the weekend. This event is free and family-friendly, especially if the kid knows the changes. |
|Here's what we have planned for Jazz Live in 2013.|
Joe Marillo has been a force in the San Diego jazz scene since the mid-1970s when he began bringing top-name jazz musicians to Mission Beach's Catamaran Hotel. He's a fine tenor sax player in his own right and, as a teacher, Joe has helped many an aspiring jazz player learn the rudiments of the music. Now 80, Joe's brings a lot of things to the table, but his most important asset is the size of his heart. It's huge. Joe Marillo recently sat down with Offramp's host T. Michael Crowell to talk about his life in music.
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