Cape May Jazz Vespers presents a concert featuring a group familiar to the Jazz Vespers stage, “ TJP “ (formerly known as The Jost Project) who will amaze and delight you with new takes on familiar songs of the Classic Rock era. The show will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Cape May on April 7 at 3 p.m.
For more information and directions visit www.capemayjazzvespers.com or call (609) 404-1850. A $10 minimum donation is requested; limited free parking; wheelchair accessible.
If you ask vibraphonist Tony Miceli, the best way to reach new audiences for jazz is by playing the music they grew up with. And, that’s what TJP (formerly The Jost Project) does – they play Classic Rock and more as jazz. The music of Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Blind Faith – you name it … with innovative arrangements and great musicianship.
Who are they? Tony Miceli –Vibraphone, Paul Jost – Vocal, Harmonica, Kevin MacConnell – Bass, Matt Scarano- Drums.
Where and what do they play? New York, Philadelphia, South Korea, Ireland – all over the world. Crowds are captivated by their unexpected interpretations. Their new CD – “Peace and Love” includes “America”, “Hush”, “Time of the Season”, “Put A Little Love in Your Heart” and many others.
Where can you hear them? Jazz radio stations across the country, Sirius Radio, iTunes, Spotify
More information available at www.thejostproject.com.