Pine Grill Jazz Reunion - 2006

Artvoice has a great piece about Buffalo's premiere jazz event of the year.
Back in the day, the Pine Grill Nightclub was the place to be, for many Buffalonians. Though it has long since been demolished, it remains legendary as a nostalgic hotspot. So much so that in 1989 a group of community leaders held the first Pine Grill Reunion, to reunite some of the nightclub’s favorite acts. Ever since, the event has happened annually on the first two Sundays in August, and has read the rest...
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The Pine Grill Jazz Reunion celebrates the outstanding jazz tradition here in the neighborhood at the former Pine Grill, corner East Ferry and Jefferson. The African American Cultural Center just around the corner on Masten is helping to sponsor the event. I'm certain that the life of recently departed "Dodo Greene" - remembered by Buffalo Bloviator, right here - will be celebrated. Read more about the life of Dodo Greene, here via Uncrowned Queens.

Philip Nyhuis has a piece in last year's Spree detailing the wonderful world of Buffalo's jazz heritage, right here!

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