LOUISVILLE KY: Jon Hammond Quartet, One Night Only w/John Bishop guitar, Ronnie Smith Jr.-drmsLouisville guitarist John Bishop was finishing his Masters Degree in Music at University of Louisville so Jon Hammond took Bay Area musicians Ronnie Smith Jr. (drums), Alex Budman (t.s.) and his XB-2 Hammond organ to play what was originally supposed to be a live radio broadcast, 2 night-gig, turned in to One Night Only and John Bishop burned it up..he was mad at some of the hosers there at the University music program and at the club we were playing. Ronnie Smith Jr. is one of the very best Shuffle & Funk drummers of the Bay Area, Alex Budman on tenor sax and Organist/Leader & Broadcaster Jon Hammond playing theme song "LATE RENT" (a driving Shuffle) of The Jon Hammond Show TV Show and radio show "Jon Hammond's Afternoon Slide" on CBS' KYCY/KYOU M-F with the cats one-time-only in Louisville. CAMERA: JENNIFER...next morning we met Fred Noe III "The Bourbon Ambassador" of Jim Beam Liquors flying out of Louisville/SDF. Spcl. thanks to Martin Z. Kasdan Jr. for the blurb in the paper...Club was PACKED...sold more CD's after the show than ever before! *More info: *******www.HammondCast**** c)2007 ASCAP: *******www.ascap****/audioportraits/jonhammond.html and *******www.ascap****/audioportraits/hammond2006.html "The FINGERS...are the SINGERS!"
'The Bishop' John Bishop (guitar) feature on Hammond's Moanin' Blues, JON HAMMOND Blues Band at 19 Broadway Niteclub in Fairfax CA. Nobody in the Bay Area can lay down a shuffle like Ronnie Smith Jr. (drums), Alex Budman (tenor) and leader Jon Hammond at his well-traveled Hammond XB-2 organ just back from Germany tour Sept. 4, 2004 playing through 1965 Fender Twin Reverb amp once owned by John McFee (Clover, Doobie Brothers). John Bishop had just returned to SF from 2 years in Louisville Kentucky and has since moved to Baton Rouge Louisiana home of Jon's old friend Percy Sledge. X-Tremely Funky! c)2007 *******www.HammondCast**** catch Jon's daily radio show HammondCast on KYOU & KYCY 1550 AM SF CA.
Jon Hammond Blues Band playing F.P. Blues shuffle with Ronnie Smith Jr. drums, John Bishop guitar just returned from Louisville Kentucky, Alex Budman t.s., Jon Hammond at XB-2 Hammond organ. This gig coincided with the annual Hells Angels Convention in-the-house and North Beach Jazz Festival. Special thanks Scott Rootenberg. c)2007 / ASCAP *******www.HammondCast**** Catch Jon Hammond's daily radio program HammondCast mornings on KYOU & KYCY 1550 AM.
Historic Live performance of CLAP BAND Hal Pearlman and Axel Geddes doing "This is My Notebook" at 6th Street Harm Reduction Center San Francisco
with Late Rent introduction by Jon Hammond and Band with Larry Schneider tenor sax Ronnie Smith drums Bob Brumbeloe guitar Jon Hammond at the organ.
Special thanks Ken Hayes Jr., Honarable Terence Hallinan, Monkees, Fillmore Auditorium and Bill Graham Presents © JH INTL. *******www.HammondCast****
Clap Band, Hal Pearlman, Axel Geddes, Jon Hammond, Monkees, Notebook, Organ, Hands together, HammondCast, KYOURADIO, Fillmore, Bill Graham Presents
Besame Mucho played by Jon Hammond Band on 6th St. in San Francisco, featuring Larry Schneider on flute,
Ronnie Smith drums, Bob Brumbeloe guitar, Jon Hammond organ, special party © *******www.HammondCast****
6th St., San Francisco, Jon Hammond, Larry Schneider, Organ, Besame Mucho, Jazz, Ronnie Smith, Bob Brumbeloe, KYOURADIO
Rotax 912 engine courses, Rotax Flying and Safety Club. Ronnie Smith, South Mississippi Light Aircraft talks to the Light Sport & Ultralight Flyer about the Rotax 912 courses run by the Rotax Flying & Safety Club.www.flysmla****
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