St. J. Jazz is based in St. Johnsbury, Vermont in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom. We have been dedicated to the live performance of dance, swing, classic and traditional jazz styles since 1977. We represent jazz bands for any function, budget or venue. Whether you're looking for a "dinner trio" or a swingin' big band you've come to the right place. And if you love to dance, come hear us play.
October 22 - St. Andrews Episcopal
St. J. Jazz music director, Phil Brown returns to his classical and sacred roots in a vocal recital of autumnal music by Mozart, Faure and Dvorak. Piano accompanimant provided by Vivian Spates of Derby, VT. Tickets at Catamount Arts or at the door.
Dinner Jazz in Danville, VT
October 20 - Danville Restaurant & Inn
St. J. Jazz Trio bring jazz accompaniment to fine dining at the Danville Restaurant and Inn. Buzz Hubbard joins us again on guitar as we transition to our "winter" trio. Reservations recommended: 802-684-3484.
Support live jazz in the Kingdom!
You don't have to travel to Montreal or Rhode Island. Attend the 2016 Jazz Festival in Newport, VT. Blues, swing, funk, drum workshops and dinner jazz. Information here.
NE VT Hospital Gala
October 8 - Caledonia County Airport, Lyndonville
Swing North Big Band provide period music for the dancing and dining at the NVRH Gala. Classic cars, classic planes, music from the '30's and '40's to celebrate travel and support a great regional hospital. 1:00 - 5:00 pm.
Your classic "wedding band" providing jazz standards and dance styles for people who love to dance.
Intimate music for dining, dancing and private parties. Performing in all jazz styles, we can be flexible to meet almost any size venue / event.
Traditional jazz, Dixieland, swing and dance styles for Mardi Gras, weddings, bandstand concerts or dances. Specialties include jazz worship and Dixieland funerals. We also do German band music for Oktoberfest.
18-piece "Basie-style" big band playing dance music from the swing era through today. Special programs include Holiday Concerts and Swinging Epiphany Celebrations