Jazz Night at Moonchine's Sweet Saloon lounge continues with saxophonist Jowee Omicil. Jowee's music is steeped in the spirituality set forth by his minister father. “I had the honor of producing music on the very last recording of Haiti’s great Pepe Bayard,” Jowee reflects. “He was dying while we were making that record, but immersing himself in music helped him live a whole lot longer. That’s the power of music... and that’s what I want to bring back. I also want people to DANCE to jazz again. Jazz was once popular music and I want the world to groove once again.”
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