Sonny Buxton (pictured) among many contributors to the life, legend and spirit of Jazz Heritage on Fillmore. As Peter Fitzsimmons, Founding Exec Dir. helped re-kindle the vibrancy of the neighborhood that at once hosted the likes of Ella, Billie, Dinah and Sarah. Along with Duke, Count, Cab & Billy Eckstine . Not to mention, Miles, John Coltrane, Dizz and Charlie Parker. Oh yeah, Ben Webster, Pony Poindexter, Dexter Gordon and Sammy Davis were there too. A glorious period on Fillmore
Artist, Machiko Asada - In Living Harmony - Jazz Artist, John Nichols
David Hardiman Jr., David Hardiman Sr,, Maestro Curtis and Earle Davis discuss questions about the makings of Jazz. Responding to a fan in the famed Marcus Bookstore of San Francisco notoriety. They sit in the staging area of what was once the original Bop City after hours night club of the 1940s 50s. - Venue to many inspiring jam sessions.
John William Templeton
At Marcus Bookstore - SF
Johnny Clarke had an idea. With men and women locked up in SF Jails, why not assist this captive audience become clear on how to use, manage and produce with digital tech? The naysayers said "it couldn't be done". Where will money come from? Who will teach in this setting? How will you muster political will? Who cares? Turns out, organizations such as 5 Keys Charter Schools & M-3 were already assisting men and women return to normal life. Now, we just need a black board, chalk & eraser.
© 2020 Planet Fillmore Communications - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by GoDaddy Designed by Lance Burton