Welcome the the 2019 Jazz Vespers Website !

  A great place to hear all kinds of terrific jazz!
TJP comes to ROCK
Jazz Vespers!

The 2019 Cape May Jazz Vespers Spring series is pleased to welcome back a group familiar to the Jazz Vespers audiences. 

     TJP (formerly known as The Jost Project) will amaze and delight you with their new takes on familiar songs of the

Classic Rock era.

Come and Join Us for Great Musicians, Singers, and Songs !

Sunday, April 7th at 3pm

The First Presbyterian Church of Cape May

A $10 minimum donation is requested

Who are they?


Tony Miceli Vibraphone

Paul Jost Vocal, Harmonica

Kevin MacConnell Bass

Matt Scarano- Drums



Where and what do they play?


New York, Philadelphia, South Korea, Ireland all over the world! 

Crowds are captivated by their unexpected interpretations.

Their new CD – “Peace and Love” includes “America”, “Hush”,

“Time of the Season”, “Put A Little Love in Your Heart” and many others. 

 

Where can you hear them

 

Jazz radio stations across the country, Sirius Radio, iTunes, Spotify

 

Raves And, they always get raves. 

After hearing their CD Can’t Find My Way Home” (Dot Time Records), Jazz in Europes critic Johan van Deeg wrote The Jost Project is without a doubt one of the most creative bands I have heard in years.” On the recent review of “Peace and Love,” the Jazz in Europe critic wroteThroughout the album the performances are excellent.” Michael Barbiero record producer/engineer for The Allman Brothers, Joe Cocker, Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Whitney Houston and many more ... You nailed it totally. This has me positively speechless.Main Line Jazz Festival producer, Laura Munich, said Their jazz arrangements of tunes are so inventive and fresh, and it's exciting to watch these veteran players. Paul's voice is amazingly nimble, so soulful and haunting...simply divine!”



Peace and Love - YouTube Preview

https://youtu.be/YJMYMHxeaOA

 

Visit the Website

http://www.thejostproject.com/

 

The First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, 500 Hughes St

in downtown Cape May at the corner of Hughes and Decatur.

Limited free parking is available in our parking lot. Wheelchair Accessible

For driving directions visit the link above and come early for a good seat !