Hamme founded the jazz program at Binghamton University in 1964 and directed it for 33 years. He is the jazz consultant for the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City and produces and hosts the jam sessions at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage, the first performance space of the Goodwill Theatre.
Joining Smith and Hamme will be several musicians who have had performed with Gallodoro over his 30 years in Oneonta, includeing Rob Hunt, Tim Horne, Tommy Z and JoAnn Chmielowski on piano, Larry Trott on bass, Sam Zucchini on drums, Dennis Turechek, Kevin Wood and Joe Chmielowski on guitar and vocalists Diane Ducey, Wendy Nief and DJ Potter.
A portion of the proceeds for this evening’s concert will be donated to the Al Gallodoro Music Memorial Fund. For more information about Gallodoro, visit www.algallodoro.com.
For information about this event, call 432-2053 or email email@example.com. Tickets are $10. Reservations are suggested.