Yes, it's spelled “Courtet”: a New Orleans reference to the King and his Court. John
and Kristy Cocuzzi love New Orleans! It's not wrong -
Sunday, November 19, 2017 – 2:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Together, the Sacramento, CA-
John Cocuzzi performs with passion and intensity on piano and vocals. For more than 35 years, John has been entertaining crowds internationally performing alongside jazz and blues greats. With dynamic style and diverse rhythms, John's innovation breathes new life into familiar tunes, from “swingin’ and burnin’” jazz and blues to lush and sultry ballads. An intuitive performer, John possesses that musical “fire in the belly,” igniting the crowd with skillful improvisation. In addition to being a fine pianist, John has earned a nationwide reputation as a premier swing vibraphonist.
$20 General Admission
High school and college students with IDs and
younger children with a paying adult are free
Pay at the door -
29 Warwick Road
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
15 minutes from the Ben Franklin Bridge
Photo provided by Kristy Cocuzzi
feel that is both soothing and energizing. She sings with warmth and passionate lyrical understanding, with the theatrics from her musical theater roles. You’ll get Jimmie Noone, Benny Goodman, Peggy Lee, and Bernadette Peters all rolled into one small package!
Jack Hegyi’s career on both electric and upright acoustic bass has taken him throughout the globe and included three decades on the Atlantic City scene. His contagious, joyous energy is felt throughout concerts when he takes the stage with the Eric Mintel Quartet, the City Rhythm Orchestra, the Barbone Street Jazz Band, and the Midiri Brothers Sextet and Orchestra, with whom he appeared for TSJS in Haddonfield in November, 2016.
Harry Himles has been playing drums professionally for over 40 years, accompanying
the likes of Andy Williams, Ann Jillian, Steve Lippia, Jerry Vale, and many more
in concert or club situations. He has recorded albums with Latin-