November 20, 2015
The Tom Lonardo Orchestra, featuring Joe Restivo (guitar), Breeze Cayolle (woodwinds) and Tony Thomas (organ).
545 South Main Street in the South Main Historic Arts District
Since the late 1960’s, he has worked with many local, area and national bands including The Mississippians, Phase II, The Tom Ferguson Trio, The Royal American Showmen, George Coleman, Groove Holmes, Kay Starr, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Jack McDuff, Marvin Stamm, Bo Diddley, Russell Malone, Eric Alexander, Vincent Herring, Ralphael Simms, Bob Dorough, Dee Barton, The Checkmates, The Diamonds, The Tony Thomas Trio, Edwin Hubbard and Prana, T.O. Earnheart, Andy Goodwrench, Ralphel Semmes, Gene Rush, Back Swing, Hot Cotton, Dog Police, Di Anne Price and Her Boyfriends, Gary Johns & Friends, Wendy Colonna, Ed Vodika, The Charlie Wood Trio, Tom Fisher, K. C. Ray, Jim Dickinson, Marie Benard, Joe Alterman, Wendy Moten, Peter Bernstien, Kerry McCoy, Thelma Houston, Marion McCool and Billy Davis, Shelly Berg, The Jumpin’ Chi-Chis, JR4, and The Mighty Souls Brass Band. He is the captain of DOG POLICE!
Tom can be heard on recordings by The Tony Thomas Trio, Di Anne Price, Casey Lipe, Jim Dickinson, The Mighty Souls Brass Band, Gary Johns, Kallen Esperian, Ed Finney, Tim McCarver, Jim Johnson, Eden Brent, Ruby Wilson, The Memphis Horns, Dog Police, Waddy Mitchell, Jim Shearer, Marvin Stamm, Willie Toliver, The Bar-Kays, The Ole Miss Jazz Band, Debra Swiney,The Memphis Symphony, Tom Sanders, Terry Thompson, Edwin Hubbard, Charlie Wood, Sam Shoup, and over 10,000 Jingles!
Around town Tom plays with Sean Murphy, Gary, Charlie, Dr. Bill Hurd, Breeze Cayole, The Opus One Orchestra, Kallen Esperian, Rene Koopman, Susan Marshall, Jim Spake, Tim Goodwin, Joe Restivo, John Kilzer, Art Edmaidson, Gary Topper, Ed Finney, Steven Lee, Sam Shoup, Gerald Stevens, and Tony Thomas.
November 22, 2015
Rizzo’s presents the 2015 Memphis International Jazz Festival Sunday Brunch with Vocalist, Gloria White
492 S. Main, Memphis, TN 38103
E & H presents the MIJF Sunday Night Open Jazz Jam featuring Special Guests and all who want to bring an instrument and jam
531 South Main Street in the South Main Historic Arts District