Jon Hammond funky composition "Head Phone" in the famous Jazzkeller Frankfurt, annual party hosted by Jon Hammond and Band "Musikmesse Warm Up Party" always on the night before the Frankfurt Musikmesse international music instrument trade show kicks off (and Pro Light and Sound).
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Very special lineup of musicians on this film, long-time band members Heinz Lichius drums (from Hamburg), Joe Berger guitar (NYC USA), Tony Lakatos tenor sax (from Budapest Hungary and Germany), with special guest horns Omar Kabir trumpet and Norbert Stachel sax.
Next Musikmesse Warm Up Party will be 25 years celebration on April 5th 2011
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Celebrating 25 Years Musikmesse 5 April 2011 Jazzkeller Frankfurt Party and Concert
celebrating 25 consecutive years performing in the International Musikmesse which is the biggest
event in the music lights and sound Industry.
Jon Hammond is very proud to announce the line up
and happy to return again to the world famous stage of Jazzkeller Frankfurt, the oldest jazz
club in all of Germany. Joe Berger guitar and Jon Hammond organ are both from USA, known
affectionately to their music friends as Ham-Berger (we're on a roll! Jon and Joe often say)
long-time associates and a fixture at many trade shows, as seen on the long-running NYC based
TV show "The Jon Hammond Show" now in 27th year.
Tony Lakatos the great Hungarian tenor sax star from Budapest, from the famous Lakatos Family of
Hungarian Gypsy music tradition going back generations. Tony is a lifetime member of the HR
Hessischer Rundfunk Radio Big Band and currently playing with Herbie Hancock. Tony is an artist
endorsee for P. Mauriat saxophones. Jon Hammond is extremely happy Tony will be rejoining the
band in Jazzkeller, along with another long-time musical associate, Giovanni Gulino drums from
Sicily Italy. Giovanni has been the house drummer for many years in Jazzkeller Frankfurt and
Jazz Kneipe, he also comes from a family of musicians, his brother Sandro is an outstanding
bass player. 20 years ago Jon was introduced to Tony and Giovanni by Regina Snilovic the owner
of the Jazz Kneipe, which is now closed, but formerly presented live music 7 nights a week.
Tony, Giovanni and Jon were often the house band, by Jon played 207 gigs there with the boys,
often joined by other well known musicians in the after hours, including:
Attila Cornelius Zoller (June 13, 1927 – January 25, 1998) Jazz guitarist from Visegrád, Hungary
R.I.P., Stephen Ferrone drummer of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, AWB and Eric Clapton. The
music went on there often until 5AM in the morning, it was a meeting point for musicians
and new arrivals to the Frankfurt scene as well as old-timers.
Jazzkeller Frankfurt is a very special location and atmosphere with a very important history, a
favorite of musicians and jazz fans going back to Louis Armstrong, Art Blakey and The Jazz
Messengers, Chet Baker and many others.
Jon Hammond calls Jazzkeller his "Good Luck Room" and Frankfurt his "Good Luck City". This is
the place where Jon had his very first Frankfurt gigs, the 3rd of a series was a packed full
house after Jon Hammond appeared on the local TV program "Hessen Report" on RTL Plus Television.
Beatrix Rief moderator host of Hessen Report recommended Jon Hammond's show at the Jazzkeller
and ever since a tradition has been established, Jon Hammond comes back to play there very year
and will until the very end.
The historic appearance on Hessen Report:
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