FRIDAY 1:00 pm ADORNI CENTER Cornet Chop Suey - Opening Ceremonies 7:00 pm SEQUOIA CENTER Cornet Chop Suey 10:00 pm EAGLE HOUSE Tom Rigney & Flambeau SATURDAY 11:30 am SEQUOIA CENTER Cornet Chop Suey 2:30 pm ADORNI CENTER Cornet Chop Suey Nothin' But The Blues 5:30 pm VETERANS MEMORIAL Cornet Chop Suey SUNDAY 10:30 am ADORNI CENTER Cornet Chop Suey Tribute to Louis Armstrong 1:30 pm EAGLE HOUSE Cornet Chop Suey Multiple Emmy Award winner for his musical direction in the production "Liquid Roads" and leader of one of the most popular jazz bands in the country, Cornet Chop Suey, BRIAN CASSERLY is one of the most sought after musicians on the Jazz Festival circuit. Casserly plays trumpet, trombone, and saxophone and is an outstanding vocalist. A professional musician since the age of 14, Brian has played for many greats in the music business including Tony Bennett, Tex Beneke, Stan Kenton, Chuck Berry, and even Tiny Tim. He is an in- demand session musician for commercials, professional recordings and musicals in the U.S. and Canada. Brian has called St. Louis home since 1981 and is a regular at all the local jazz clubs. For several years he was the face for St. Louis tourism and was pictured under the arch with his famous one- handed trumpet style on posters and advertisements for the city. He is the past musical director for the S.S. Admiral, a riverboat on the St. Louis riverfront. When not in St. Louis, Brian is on tour. He has played the prestigious Monterey Pops Festival for several years. He has toured the U.S., Europe, Central America and Australia with Cornet Chop Suey, and is a regular featured All-Star at jazz festivals throughout the country. www.briancasserly.com SPONSORED BY TIM WERNER

FRIDAY 2:30 pm SEQUOIA CENTER Holland Coots Quintet 4:00 pm MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM Miss Jubilee & Yas Yas Boys 8:30 pm VETS MEMORIAL Miss Jubilee & the Yas Yas Boys SATURDAY 2:30 pm MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM Miss Jubilee & the Yas Yas Boys 5:30 pm MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM TJ Muller's Tribute to Eddie Condon 10:00 pm SEQUOIA CENTER TJ Muller's Swing Seven with Valerie Kirchhoff SUNDAY 10:30 am VETERANS MEMORIAL Hal Smith's Eldorado Jazz Band 4:30 pm EAGLE HOUSE Miss Jubilee & the Yas Yas Boys 6:00 pm RED LION AFTER PARTY Holland Coots Jazz Quintet Chicago’s reputation in the Jazz world is indisputable. One of contemporary Chicago’s finest musicians is ANDY SCHUMM . Multi-instrumentalist, composer, and arranger Schumm was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he first began playing piano at the age of six. Taking up the trumpet when he was in high school, Andy would go on to study trumpet and cornet at the University of Illinois. Developing a style heavily influenced by Bix Beiderbecke, Schumm found his calling as a vintage jazz icon who frequently tours the world with various groups. After hearing Bix Beiderbecke’s sublime recording of At the Jazz Band Ball, Andy was set as a '20s musician. He began playing in Dixieland bands and discovered that he was able to get more work as a ’20s musician than as a modern player. Schumm is primarily influenced by Bix but draws inspiration from many musicians, including Red Nichols and Jelly Roll Morton as well as King Oliver, Jabbo Smith and Tommy Dorsey. He enjoys listening to Johnny Dodds, Herb Morand and other music. Andy is also an avid student of the history of jazz. Schumm heads up one of the finest vintage trad jazz bands in the world today - the Chicago Cellar Boys - where you can hear him play cornet, clarinet, and saxophone. www.andyschumm.com SPONSORED BY GREEN DIAMOND RESOURCE CO.

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