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Amelia Island Jazz Festival Names 216 Scholarship Winner

 Amelia Island Jazz Festival Names 216 Scholarship Winner18 year old Thomas Milovac, a gifted bassist from Clermont, Florida, will be honored with a college scholarship from the Amelia Island Jazz Festival, it was announced today by AIJF Artistic Director Les DeMerle. A member of the Florida All State Band while attending East Ridge High School, Milovac will accept the festival’s annual award when he performs at the 2016 Amelia Island Jazz Festival, October 2-9, at various venues in Fernandina Beach. He will be introduced at a pre-festival Jazz Party featuring DeMerle’s trio, with vocalist Bonnie Eisele, at Horizon;s restaurant, August 12 and 13. Milovac will also be sitting in with them for the opening sets prior to headliner shows with Houston Person and Bria Skonberg on October 7 and 8, in the Parish Hall at St. Michael’s Academy. Additionally, Milovac’s quintet, along with Jazz Vocalist Lisa Kelly, will host and play the Friday and Saturday night jam sessions at Arte Pizza that will follow the main concerts.

“This kid is the real deal,” said DeMerle, “and we are positive that Thomas will do very well in the jazz world that awaits him. I very much look forward to performing with him during the festival.” For his undergraduate university training, Milovac plans on joining the highly regarded music program at the University of North Florida. He also hopes to attain a master’s degree at the Manhattan School of Music following his work at UNF.

Proficient on both acoustic and electric basses, Milovac began studying music at age 11 and boasts a wide range of influences. “I’ve listened a lot to Charles Mingus, Ray Brown and Jimmy Blanton,” he said, “but I’m also into more modern bass styles by Christian McBride and Jaco Pastorius.” However his interests go way beyond the jazz greats. “I really enjoy delta blues, classical music, and even some New York punk,” he added, “and I incorporate some of those sounds into my playing.” Presently Milovac leads East Ridge High School’s first ever jazz combo and in the process he has become adept at running a band and writing arrangements. “After school I definitely want to hit the road, do some recording and make my mark as a jazz musician,” he said.

Now in its 13th year, the AIJF will take place at several locations in Fernandina Beach, Florida, from October 2-9, and will kick off with its annual free concert in Amelia Park on Sunday, October 2, with the 21 piece UNF Jazz Ensemble. Additional shows will include a Wednesday October 5 swing night, Jump Jive and Wail, that will feature The Dynamic Les DeMerle Little Big Band at Sandy Bottoms, a Latin Jazz Night October 6 with the sizzling hot, award winning, and internationally famous Trio Caliente, also at Sandy Bottoms and a Dixie to Swing Jazz Brunch at the Florida House Inn featuring the Spare Rib Six Dixieland Band with JB Scott on trumpet. For a full schedule and ticket information, please go to www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com. or contact the Festival Hotline at (904) 504-4772.

In addition to online, tickets may be purchased at the UPS Store, 1417 Sadler Road, in the Island Shopping Center, or at the AIFBY Chamber Of Commerce, Gateway to Amelia, A1A and Amelia Parkway. A not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation, the Les DeMerle Amelia Island Jazz Festival distributes proceeds toward its scholarship program to fund college educations for aspiring jazz musicians.

Les DeMerle and Bonnie Eisele’s 2015 Big Band Bash

Les DeMerle and Bonnie Eisele's 2015 Big Band BashAmelia Island Jazz Festival Artistic Director Les DeMerle and his wife, vocalist Bonnie Eisele, return to the Island this week from a three month sojourn cruising Australia and New Zealand. They’re more than warmed up after performing nightly on the Celebrity Solstice cruise ship and thus eager to swing at the 4th annual BIG BAND BASH Benefit Gala, which will take place Valentine’s Day, Saturday, February 14 at the Omni Resorts Amelia Island Plantation, in the Amelia Ballroom.

The popular Dinner/Dance will present The Dynamic Les DeMerle 17 piece Orchestra, featuring Eisele and special guests, in a salute to America’s legendary big bands.

DeMerle is quite enthusiastic about the Bash’s 2015 edition. “This band is the real deal, an incredibly well-oiled swing machine that includes some of the greatest musicians on the planet,” he said. “We’ll be playing classic big band jazz from the repertoires of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Harry James and more. And to celebrate Valentine’s Day we’ll be showcasing a few romantic tunes as we pay tribute to the greats,” he added. Featured soloists will include Lead Alto Sax – Bill Prince, formerly with Buddy Rich; Lead Tenor Sax – Al Waters, formerly with Ray Charles; Lead Trumpet – JB Scott, a one-time leader of the Dukes of Dixieland and currently head of UNF Jazz Dept; and Lead Trombone – David Steinmeyer, formerly with Tony Bennett and leader of the Airmen of Note, the official United States Air Force band.

Guests will include WJXT Sports Director and part time singer Sam Kouvaris, who will emcee and perform tunes with the band. Notable artist Tim Yanke, who is affiliated with the Park West Gallery, an AIJF Sponsor, will also be on hand to exhibit his music oriented artistry.

The BIG BAND BASH schedule will kick off with a meet and greet the musicians at 6:30 PM. Dinner and music will begin at 7:00 PM, and the orchestra will play until 10:00 PM. A Silent Auction will take place from entrance time until 9:30 PM. Requested dress is Semi-Formal/Casually Elegant.

For online ticket purchases and further information, please visit the festival website: www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com

Tickets are priced at $85 per person and the proceeds will benefit the not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation, the Les DeMerle Amelia Island Jazz Festival’s ongoing Scholarship Program, which raises money to support high school seniors in their pursuit of jazz studies in college.

In addition to online, tickets may also be purchased at the UPS Store, 1417 Sadler Road, in the Island Shopping Center, or at the AIFBY Chamber Of Commerce, Gateway to Amelia, A1A and Amelia Parkway.

For more information, please contact the Festival Hotline at (904) 504-4772.

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2014 Amelia Island Jazz Festival Schedule

2014 Amelia Island Jazz Festival Schedule

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We thought you’d like an easy to read schedule for the concerts associated with the 2014 Amelia Island Jazz Festival:

Sunday, October 12, 2-4 PM

JAZZ IN THE PARK
Free Concert at Amelia Park
on Park Street near the YMCA
(between 14th St. and Citrona – Fernandina Beach, FL)
Featuring: The exciting US Navy Band Southeast
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
Food and Beverage available by Sonny’s BBQ

Monday, October 13, 7-10 PM

AI JAZZ FESTIVAL SPONSOR PARTY
Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort-Heron Room at Racquet Park
Featuring Les DeMerle Jazz All-Stars with Bonnie Eisele
plus special guest, 2014 AIJF Scholarship Winner-
18 year-old saxophonist, Luke Stribling
By invitation only for Bronze Sponsors and above

Thursday, October 16, 7-10 PM

LATIN JAZZ CONCERT/DANCE AND WINE TASTING
Sandy Bottoms Beach Bar & Grill
2910 Atlantic Avenue * Fernandina Beach, FL – Main Beach
Featuring: El Niño and the Latin Jazz Knights
Hot Latin Jazz Band from Tampa, FL
Tickets: $35 per person Concert and Wine Tasting
(AIJF Wine Tasting courtesy of Southern Wine and Spirits. Food Available.)

Friday, October 17

AMELIA ISLAND JAZZ FESTIVAL
Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort
Jazz Village and Pavilion at Racquet Park
Gates Open – 5 pm
Snacks & Beverages Available

6 pm to 7 pm
Jazz at 6 – Birdland Jazz Stage
Featuring 2014 AIJF Scholarship Winner, Luke Stribling-Alto Sax
with the Next Generation Jazz Band

7 pm to 8 pm
Headlining Concert
The Dynamic Les DeMerle Band featuring Bonnie Eisele with
Mike Levine-Piano, Dennis Marks-Bass
and introducing Sax Virtuoso, Hunter Diamond

Special Added Attraction – Bebop/Latin Jazz Explosion: El Niño and the Latin Jazz Nights and the Les DeMerle Band jam together

8:30 pm to 10 pm
Headlining Concert
Tony Monaco – Incredible Jazz Organist, 2014 Downbeat Poll Winner
and his All-Star Smokin’ Jazz Quartet

10:30 pm ’til…
Late Night Jam – “Dizzy’s Den”
At Racquet Park In The Heron Room
Bebop, Blues and Beyond
Hosted by vocalist, Jilla Webb
Featuring the Musicians of the 2014 AIJF

Saturday, October 18

AMELIA ISLAND JAZZ FESTIVAL

Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort
Jazz Village and Pavilion at Racquet Park

Gates Open – 5 pm
Snacks & Beverages Available

6 pm to 7 pm
Jazz at Six – Birdland Jazz Stage
Featuring 2013 Scholarship winner, Richard Roberts-Trumpet
plus 2014 AIJF Scholarship winner, Luke Stribling – Sax
and the Next Generation Jazz Band

7 pm to 8 pm
Headlining Concert
Horace Silver Celebration
Featuring Les DeMerle-Drums, Bonnie Eisele-Vocals, Mike Levine-Piano, Dennis Marks-Bass, Hunter Diamond-Sax, James Hogan-Guitar and Steve Strawley-Trumpet

8:30 pm – 10 pm
Headlining Concert
Randy Brecker
Grammy Award-Winning Trumpet Master
With a Tribute to the Brecker Brothers Band

10:30 pm ’til…
Late Night Jam – “Dizzy’s Den”
At Racquet Park In The Heron Room
Bebop, Blues and Beyond
Hosted by vocalist, Jilla Webb
Featuring the Musicians of the 2014 AIJF

Sunday, October 19

DIXIE TO SWING JAZZ BRUNCH
David’s Restaurant & Lounge
(804 Ash Street, Fernandina Beach, FL)

Two Seatings: 11 am and 1 pm
Featuring: The AIJF All-Star Swingtet
With Special Guest, Bill Prince – Trumpet, Sax, Clarinet and Flute
Mike Levine – Piano, Dennis Marks – Bass,
Les DeMerle – Drums and Bonnie Eisele – Vocals
(Includes Special Jazz Festival Menu plus complimentary glass of champagne-Cash bar available)

Festival Admission Prices:
Thurs. $35
Friday: $40 and $60, VIP /$100 includes Jam Sessions
Saturday: $40 and $60, VIP /$100 includes Jam Session
Jam Session entry without headlining ticket, $20
Sunday Brunch: $60

Jazz Pass:
General Admission: $35, $40, $40, $60 = $175
Jazz Pass – 10% off = $158

VIP$35, $60, $60, $60 = $215
Jazz Pass – 10% off = $195

Premier $35, $100, $100, $60 = $295
Jazz Pass – 10% off = $265

Tickets and further information at www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com

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DeMerles Hit the Ground Running

DeMerles Hit the Ground RunningPress Release by Dickie Anderson

Having just returned from fulfilling a lengthy cruise contract in the Baltic Sea, Amelia Island Jazz Festival Artistic Director Les DeMerle and his wife, vocalist Bonnie Eisele, dispensed with any vacation days and plunged into their annual Jazz In The Schools program in advance of the 2014 festival, which begins this Sunday with a free concert in Amelia Park. “We love going out and educating students of all ages about jazz, the truest American art form,” said DeMerle, who with Eisele will be making stops this week at, among others, the Yulee Middle School and the Fernandina Beach High and Middle Schools. After spending several months visiting ports as varied as Warnemunde, Germany, Reykjavik, Iceland, and Copenhagen, Denmark, they are more than ready to put the island on jazz time. “It’s a terrific experience playing for folks from all over the world,” he said, “but getting back to our home and preparing for the festival is really the special highlight of every year for us.”

The festival starts with its traditional Amelia Park concert Sunday featuring the highly regarded crack TGIF US Navy Band Southeast from 2-4PM. “Bring your lawn chairs and blankets,” DeMerle added, “and we’ll also have food and beverages available from Sonny’s BBQ.” Thursday, October 16, the AIJF will continue with its popular Latin Jazz Concert and Dance, featuring the exciting rhythms of El Niño and the Latin Jazz Knights, plus a wine tasting, from 7-10 PM at Sandy Bottoms.

Critically acclaimed monster jazz organ player Tony Monaco and trumpeter/composer Randy Brecker, a multiple Grammy Awards winner, are set to headline the Festival on October 17 and 18 respectively at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort Jazz Village and Pavilion in Racquet Park beginning at 7PM each night. Both are enthusiastic about appearing on Amelia Island for the first time.

“I can’t wait to play in Fernandina Beach,” said Monaco. “This will be so exciting, especially with jazz luminaries like Randy Brecker and Les DeMerle. Man, it is going to be one special weekend of great swingin’ music, and I’m going to pull out all the stops and wail.”

“I heard from my dear friend David Sanborn that this festival is the real deal because the focus is jazz, and the setting on Amelia Island is beautiful,” said Brecker from his home in Manhattan. “I have also known Les DeMerle for over 30 years! We played together in his groundbreaking New York band, Sound 67, and I know the fireworks are going to fly. The weekend will be incredible, and I also look forward to performing a tribute during our set to my late brother Michael which will be dedicated to the Brecker Brothers Band.”

Prior to the headliner shows on October 17 and 18, the festival will present this year’s AIJF Scholarship winner, saxophonist Luke Stribling, and the Next Generation Jazz Band on the outdoor stage at the Omni beginning at 6PM. The Dynamic Les DeMerle Band, with dazzling vocalist Eisele and hot young saxophonist Hunter Diamond, will warm up each headliner show with high-energy sets. Accomplished and sultry singer Jilla Webb, Jr. will host the traditionally fun late night Jazz Jams, featuring the AIJF’s 2014 musicians, in the Omni’s Heron Room at the Racquet Park following the headliner sets on October 17 and 18.

The festival will end on a swinging note Sunday, October 19, with a Dixie To Swing Jazz Brunch, featuring drummer DeMerle’s Amelia Island Jazz Festival All-Stars, which includes Eisele, the highly talented Dr. Bill Prince, trumpet, sax, clarinet and flute, plus stalwarts Mike Levine on piano, and Dennis Marks, bass, at David’s Restaurant. There will be two seatings at 11 am and 1 pm.

For more information, please visit the website: www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com, or contact the Festival Hotline at (904) 504-4772.

A not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation, the Les DeMerle Amelia Island Jazz Festival, distributes proceeds toward a scholarship program to fund college educations for aspiring jazz musicians.

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Artist of the Grammys to Appear at AI Jazz Festival

Marcus Glenn, oficial artist of the 2014 Grammy Awards is set to Appear at Amelia Island's Jazz FestivalHighly regarded artist Marcus Glenn, whose original work is featured on this year’s Amelia Island Jazz Festival poster, will be attending the festival on October 17 and 18. An in demand painter who served as the official artist for the 2014 Grammy Awards, Glenn will be here to enjoy some great music and personally sign posters during the headliner evenings at the Omni Amelia Island Resort.

“Marcus is a super star in the world of art,” said the AIJF’s Artistic Director Les DeMerle, “and we are thrilled he will be joining us for an exciting weekend of superb jazz.”

Glenn exhibits much of his work through the Park West Gallery, a sponsor of the 2014 AIJF. His original piece used on the poster depicts a jazz quartet with DeMerle on drums and a self-portrait of Glenn playing the saxophone.marcus Glenn grammy artistThe Park West’s Director, Morris Shapiro, will also be on hand along with a special group of the Gallery’s clients. An accomplished drummer, Shapiro plans to sit in at the late night Jam Sessions on 10/17 and 10/18.

The Amelia Island Jazz Festival will run from October 16-19 throughout Fernandina Beach. Jazz trumpeter and composer Randy Brecker, a multiple Grammy Awards winner, and monster jazz organ player Tony Monaco are set to headline along with the Dynamic Les DeMerle Band, featuring vocalist Bonnie Eisele, El Niño and the Latin Jazz Knights, and many others.

For more information, please visit the website: www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com or contact the Festival Hotline at (904) 504-4772.

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Invitation to Sponsor Amelia Island Jazz Festival

Invitation to Sponsor Amelia Island Jazz FestivalImage credit: Marcus Glenn “Festival Jazz” Amelia Island Jazz Festival

“Dear Future Sponsor:

We invite you to view a very exciting 2 minute video describing our exciting upcoming 10/16 to 10/19 Amelia Island Jazz Festival:

You will see the festivals endorsements from Jazz legends Wynton Marsalis and Tony Bennett, plus many other world class Jazz musicians like David Sanborn and Ramsey Lewis who have played the festival and want to return.

You will also see our jazz in the schools presentations that each year inspire hundreds of middle school and high school students to reach for the higher note.

You will also see our scholarship winner perform, and learn about our annual scholarship program. Plus other AIJF presentations, Jazz for seniors and Jazz for kids.

Jazz is America’s unique art form and in order to keep jazz alive on Amelia island we need the support of the community.

Our jazz festival website has all of our history and our Sponsorship information, and if you become a sponsor at the Bronze Sax level you will be invited to our Oct 13 Sponsors Party at the Omni/Amelia island Plantation to experience the energy of the Amelia Island Jazz Festival in full swing.

It would also by my pleasure to meet you personally that evening as I will be performing with my all-star Jazz Quartet featuring vocalist Bonnie Eisele and our special guest, 2014 AIJF scholarship winner 18 year old saxophonist Luke Stribling.

I thank you for considering sponsorship and for taking the time to view this video.

I have dedicated my life to Jazz, and my biggest passion is to share this music with the world.

Thank you for your support

Les DeMerle
Amelia Island Jazz Festival
Founder and Artistic Director”

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Connecting Fine Art with Classic Jazz

Connecting Fine Art with Classic JazzA new and innovative concept will be on display at the 2014 Amelia Island Jazz Festival’s Big Band Bash. The prestigious Park West Gallery, the world’s leading dealer of fine art, will support the festival by providing jazz related paintings to be auctioned at the annual fund raising dinner/dance event, which will be held Saturday, April 19, 7:00 – 10:00 PM, in the ballroom at the Omni Resorts Amelia Island Plantation. AIJF Artistic Director Les DeMerle was ebullient in announcing the association, “We are quite pleased to have the support of this notable institution,” he said, “and I can’t wait to see the artwork that will result accordingly.” DeMerle said that one of Park West’s award-winning artists, Marcus Glenn, will create and donate an original painting for the auction. Glenn is the official artist of the 2014 Grammy Awards and is world renowned for his jazz inspired masterpieces.

The connection between the Jazz Festival and Park West came about recently when Gallery Director Morris Shapiro heard The Dynamic Les DeMerle Band and vocalist Bonnie Eisele live on the Celebrity Solstice cruise ship while sailing throughout Australia and New Zealand. Shapiro, also an accomplished drummer, had coincidentally studied and worked through several of DeMerle’s instructional books, and many of the Gallery executives, 100 of whom were also on the cruise, play drums as well. Shapiro and a few of his staff members wound up sitting in with the DeMerle band which led to much excitement. Then a discussion evolved as to how the two organizations could work together to combine their positive energies to bring the AIJF mission to its next exciting level with the support of the Park West Foundation mission. DeMerle said that “the band, Bonnie and our guest drummers were all on fire. Musically we all hit it off immediately, plus the match was perfect in another way: We have been performing with Celebrity cruises for several years and Park West is the exclusive Art Dealer for the company.”

Shapiro will fly to Amelia Island to attend the Big Band Bash and speak on behalf of Marcus Glenn and the Park West Foundation. “We are thrilled to be affiliated with such an excellent musical event,” he said, “and we welcome the opportunity to help support young musicians to develop their talents and pursue careers in jazz.”

Additionally, another of Park West’s artists, Tim Yanke, will showcase his talent by creating an original painting on a cymbal provided by one of DeMerle’s sponsors, Zildjian Cymbals. It will also be auctioned off at the event. Yanke draws his inspiration from great jazz and pop music as well as significant abstract painters of the 20th century, including Jackson Pollack, and Robert Rauschenberg.

The popular Benefit Gala Dinner/Dance will present The Dynamic Les DeMerle 17 piece Orchestra, featuring Eisele and special guests, in a salute to America’s legendary big bands. The music will pay tribute to greats like Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Harry James, with whom DeMerle played drums for several years. A Meet And Greet the Musicians cocktail party is set to begin at 6:30 PM and will include a complimentary glass of champagne.

The Park West Gallery headquarters is located in Southfield, Michigan, Its 63,000 square foot classical Greco-Roman building is designed in the style of many museums built in North America in the 20th century. Inside, 23 spacious exhibition galleries boast a vast array of prominent nationally know artists alongside masters like Paul Cezanne, Salvador Dali, and Joan Miró. Each of the galleries is devoted to a particular artist or type of art. Moreover, the Gallery operates an additional 181,000 square foot facility in Miami Lakes, Florida which acts as its distribution center, servicing cruise ships and land-based auctions.

Tickets for the Big Band Bash are priced at $75.00 per person, and the proceeds will benefit the Amelia Island Jazz Festival Scholarship Program. Requested dress is Semi-Formal/Casually Elegant.

For online ticket purchases and further information, please visit the festival website: www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com

Tickets can also be purchased at the UPS Store, 1417 Sadler Road, in the Island Shopping Center, or at the AIFBY Chamber Of Commerce, Gateway to Amelia, A1A and Amelia Parkway.

For more information, please contact the Festival Hotline at (904) 504-4772

Email address: info@ameliaislandjazzfestival.com

A not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation, the Les DeMerle Amelia Island Jazz Festival distributes proceeds toward a scholarship program to fund college educations for aspiring jazz musicians.

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2014 Jazz Fest’s Big Band Bash Set for April 19

2014 Jazz Fest's Big Band Bash Set for April 19The 2014 Amelia Island Jazz Festival’s 3rd Annual Big Band Bash is set for April 19, 2014, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm, in the ballroom at the Omni Resorts Amelia Island Plantation.

The popular Benefit Gala Dinner/Dance will present The Dynamic Les DeMerle 17 piece Orchestra, featuring vocalist Bonnie Eisele and special guests, in a salute to America’s legendary big bands.

The music will pay tribute to greats like Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Harry James, with whom DeMerle played drums for several years.

A Meet And Greet the Musicians cocktail party is set to begin at 6:30 PM and will include a complimentary glass of champagne.

Additionally, the event will auction an original piece of Jazz Art to be donated by the Park West Gallery.

Requested dress is Semi-Formal.

Tickets for the Big Band Bash are priced at $75 per person, and the proceeds will benefit the Amelia Island Jazz Festival Scholarship Program.

For online ticket purchases and further information, please visit the festival website: www.ameliaislandjazzfestival.com. Tickets can also be purchased at the UPS Store in Fernandina Beach, or at the AIFBY Chamber Of Commerce, Gateway to Amelia, A1A and Amelia Parkway.

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