The Jimmie Owens Classic Quartet
Jimmie Owens brought together over 200 years of musical experience with a talented mix of rhythm and style
Jimmy Owens, a legacy of musical genius. Growing up in East St. Louis after the riots of late May and July 1-3, 1917 were an outbreak of labor- and race-related violence An estimated 6,000 black people were left homeless. The events in East St. Louis, Illinois, an industrial city on the east bank of the Mississippi River across from St. Louis, Missouri. These events have been described as the worst case of labor-related violence in 20th-century American history and among the worst race riots in U.S. history. Jimmie Owens began his career in music during High School with his brother Hilton Owens. Both brothers came to California in the early forties and became involved in the development of that West coast Jazz Sound. As a drummer, Jimmie Owens played in the Big Bands at the famous Central Avenue Dunbar Hotel, Club Alabam and several other locations in the Los Angeles area. Closing his career Playing on the famous PlayBoy sage at the Old Pasadena Jazz Festival in Pasadena CA.
Stephen Foster, the JazzZone Musical Director and drummer has assembled an awesome network of musical talent creating leaders and JazzZone messengers. He has provided a preform of Professional Musicians for our clients with continued callbacks and referrals for the JazzZone Ensembles continued success.
Ms. Aldonia R. Bailey
Artist, Designer, and Poet, she received her degree in Visual Arts. She has worked as an Arts Educator and Instructor for over 20 years. In 2008 Aldonia Bailey taught as a Fine Arts and Cultural Art teacher at Rhythms of the Village Charter High School. Aldonia served as Lead Artist on Natha Community Mural Project. Aldonia's desire to teach inspired her to create a "Young at Art Project" for her children and other children in the community.
Mr. Roscoe Lee Owens
The JazzZone provides and performs LIVE Entertainment for Luncheons, Brunches, Private Parties, Weddings, Concerts and Night clubs. JazzZone continues to express and Showcase the talents of the collective JazzZone Network of featured Musicians and Artists with respect for their talents. Consider the JazzZone Ensemble performing at your next event.
Host: Roscoe Lee Owens.
Mr. KeJohnna Owens
Jimmie Owens grandson is our go to as our Social Media and Marketing professional. KeJohnna provides the future vision of the Jimmie Owens Legacy continuing the development of the JazzZone Ensemble and the JazzZone Network with SuccessExpress.
We have performed and coordinated many successful events and musical productions throughout the Southern California area with this exceptional results and "make smooth Jazz Sizzle" Our purpose is to successfully maximize exposure.
JazzZone a network of Awesome Musicians in motion and Jammin on stage. Father, bandleader, drummer James “Jimmie” Owens was the guiding force behind the music. Jimmie Owens brought together over 150 years of musical experience with a talented mix of rhythm and style. Growing up in East Saint Louis Ill. Jimmie Owens began his career in music with his brother Hilton Owens. Both brothers came to California in the mid-forties and became involved in the development of that West coast Jazz Sound.
JazzZone Network was formed in 2000 to provide our clients, musicians and artists with a collective forum for working and showcasing our businesses, talents, and gifts. The JazzZone Ensemble LIVE @ Roscoe’s Jazz Lounge Featuring: Mahesh Balasooriya keys, Javier Vergara sax, Jon Alvarez bass, Stephen Foster drums JazzZone.Net host Roscoe Lee Owens. We have performed and coordinated many successful events and musical productions throughout the Southern California area.
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JazzZone Features Ms. Linda Lee vocalist,
Stephen Foster drums, Javier Vegara sax, Mike Alvidrez bass, Bobby West keys
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