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Lenny White


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The Late Great Charles Fambrough

Jazz, under the Summer Nights in July and August, has become a natural occurrence on the Atlantic City scene over the past 16 years.

Featuring Atlantic City finest… Since 2000, the Chicken Bone Beach Historical Foundation has been showcasing our youth in Jazz. When we started the program for youth and music together with academic excellence we have never looked back. More about our youth program can be found at our partner’s

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2015 Press Release – Auditions for young musicians

All advanced and intermediate music students in Atlantic County

Music Registration and Auditions !!!

Auditions and Open Enrollment Application

Our Chicken Bone Beach Summer Youth Jazz Camp:

Camp will be the week of July 7, 21 & 28th – 9 AM to 12noon
– No camp the week of July 14, concert date Thursday, July 31, 7PM.
To register click Here for Registration  July 2, from 9am to 1pm at:
Richard Stockton College Carnegie Ctr call 609-214-0511 – Joe Brown, CBB Music Director
Dates:  Camp start July 7 to July 31st, 2014
(located in the heart of Atlantic City at the northeast corner of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
and Pacific Avenue. Richard Stockton Carnegie Center is our Co-sponsor for the camp.

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♫ Tune in to Stockton College Radio Station WLFR- Listen Live – 91.7 Wednesdays, Chicken Bone Beach Hour, 7 to 8 PM!!! ♫

Press Release 2014

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Photos from the Summer youth camp 2012
Photos from our 2012 Summer Concerts can be seen here.



Jazz On The Beach Concert Series at Park Place

NOTE!! Our last three concerts will be moving to the front of the Claridge Hotel – Between Indiana and Ohio Avenues

Bootsie Barnes Smoking Quintet

bootsieBarnes1“Bootsie” began his musical career at age 6 on piano switching to drums at 10.  His grandmother gave him a saxophone at age 19 and he knew he had found his niche.  In school, classmates included drummers, Lex Humphries, Bill Cosby, Al “Tootie” Heath; bassist Spanky” DeBrest, trumpeter Lee Morgan, and a host of Philadelphia giants who went on to help shape the maturing sound of jazz music.  Those who had the biggest influence on him were his father, who played trumpet with Bill Doggett’s 16 piece big band, and his cousin Jimmy Hamilton, saxophonist and star clarinetist of Duke Ellington’s band for 26 years.

Performance will start at 8:30 PM.

Our local group will be Carrie Jackson & All Stars. They will perform at 7pm.

Starting in August, Jazz on Sunday afternoon – From 1pm to 4pm, in association with the Holtzman Gallery at the Claridge

Be there on Aug 2, 9, 16. 23, and the 30th.


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