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Jazz and Jokes starring \"Jammin\" Jay Lamont and Jesse \"JT Jazz\" Thompson
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM Blue Note Hawaii
Date: July 25, 2022 to July 25, 2022
Where: Blue Note Hawaii, 2335 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815 United States of America,, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States, 96815
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
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Jazz and Jokes starring Jammin Jay Lamont and Jesse JT Jazz ThompsonFeaturing Riya Davis & RiShon OdelThe Human IPOD also known as Jammin Jay Lamont who got his name fromradio has been dazzling his audiences for years from start to finish. Born and raised in OKC as a Preachers Kid (PK) Jay would always emulate musical sound from other artist and instruments. He is now cemented as a consummate and well-rounded talent with musical and comedienne experience. He creates the perfect balance for any event. Lamont graduated college and moved to Houston TX., where he started his radio career and received his name Jammin Jay Lamont. He was so funny and good with making impressions on the radio that he took up a career in entertainment as a comedian. This propelled him into relocating to the entertainment capital of Los Angeles CA. where he currently resides.Jesse Thompson aka JTJazz is an up and coming prolific and energetic musician, composer, and bandleader. JT is a native of Dayton, Ohio which is also known as The land of the Funk. Being the son of a father who was a professional jazz drummer and a mother who was a church organist/pianist, JT got his gift naturally and started playing the drums as his first instrument at the age of five. By the time JT was twelve years old, he played a total of thirteen instruments, the piano being one of them.Not only was JT musically influenced by his parents, but also by his oldest brother, Marvyn Wheatley, who recorded and played with Daytons own R&B group, Slave. During that period, JT spent quite a bit of time with his brothers hanging out in the studio with R&B artists such as: Slave, Roger Troutman & Zapp, Steve Arrington, and others. As a passionate artist, these interactions added fuel to his creative fire, which ultimately resulted in him making the choice to produce and perform music on a regular basis.Tickets $15-$35__________________________________________CLUB POLICIESSeating is First Come, First Served$10 Food or Beverage
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