February 7 – Mr. Joe at Banter

Jeffrey Barnes' implements of non-restraint, bass sax, soprano sax, and 20 oz Guinness.

Dixieland Jazz in North Texas, brought to you by Mr Joe (Pinson) and a corp of veterans of the Southern tradition usually associated with New Orleans.  On a balmy February evening such as tonight, that is just where you might imagine you were if you were sitting in the crowd at Banter Bistro just off the square in Denton, Texas.

Tonight, Mr Joe is playing his trombone and singing, assisted by long time partner in crime “Captain” Dave Hume on trumpet, Jeffrey Barnes on clarinet and soprano and bass saxophones, and Lee Schloss on tenor sax.  Backing them up with rhythm and harmony are George Merritt on banjo, Bach Norwood on bass, and Steve Prouty on drums.  All together they make for a sweltering February night of Dixieland Jazz with all time favorites such as After You’re Gone, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, All of Me, Tin Roof Blues and many, many more.

adn on the fron row is Capt Dave Hume, Mr Joe Pinson and George Merritt

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