On Sunday December 7th, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented the Phil Murphy Jazz Ensemble at the Mocha Shrine. Phil is a well-known music educator in the London area and he and his group put on a very polished show for the December 2003 Jazz Society Gig.
On Sunday November 16th, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented The Music Makers Orchestra a very popular local group of jazz musicians. They are a lively act and they did not disappoint the large enthusiastic crowd that was there.
On Sunday October 19th, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented the Sue J. Trio and Gerry Wagter. All of these fine musicians are from the Chatham area and it was great to welcome them to our first gig at the Mocha Shrine. There was a large audience present for that opening event at the Shrinners Centre and everyone was thrilled with the new venue.
On Monday September 1st, 2003 the London Jazz Society organized a bus trip to the Detroit International Jazz Festival. It was a fantastic show with featuring acts such as Freddy and Natalie Cole, brother and daughter of Nat King Cole, Joey Defrancesco, master of the Hammond B3 Organ and pianist Peter Cincotti among others.
On Sunday June 1st, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented Maxine Willan an outstanding pianist from the Toronto area. She brought a stellar line up of great musicians with her and it was a memorable last event at the ANAF Hall 342 York St., London, Ontario.
On Sunday May 4th, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented Ken Varley and Friends at the ANAF Hall. Ken is a well respected musician in the London area and he put on an exciting show that was backed up by several other very talented local musicians.
On Sunday April 13th, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented pianist Dean Harrison at the ANAF Hall on York St. Dean has played with many of the best musicians in the London area as well as across Canada. He always puts on a great show and this was no exception.
On Sunday March 9th, 2003 the London Jazz Society presented The Trillium Dixie Jazz Band at the ANAF Hall on York St. This group has been thrilling audiences all over Ontario and we were very glad to have them visit us here in London.
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