Performance changes

As seasons come and go, changes are inevitable. E.T. Swing Band has once again completed it's season at the Oasis. We will announce when they are to resume performing there.

The Boston Connection Band also has the Summer season off after completing its' 14th year at Panama Hatties. Tenative information is that the restaurant will be closing in early Fall for renovations, with a possible target date of opening and resuming one of our favorate entertainment venues in November. Some of our members have begun meeting there on Wednesday evenings to fill the void.

Laurence Blinky Walden to Perform

Our May 29th 2016 Jazz Jam will feature jazz singer Laurence Blinky Walden. Larry brings the old school jazz standards of Duke Ellington, Count Bassie, Hoagy Charmichael and Mr. B for your entertainment. Come and dance along with us and enjoy great conversation with your friends.

Our House Band will be Lee Quick on keyboard, Sally Quick on upright bass and Bill McGee on drums. 

Our Jazz Jams are always held on the last Sunday of each month from 2-5 p.m. 301 Royal St. Augustine Pkwy. off SR 16

March News 2016

No Jazz  Jam for March due to Easter. Join us again for our April Jam.

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Dr. Marc Dickman & SAJS President Don Stockman

Dr. Marc Dickman, director of the UNF Jazz band, will be performing with his TBA Big Band at Mudville Grill on Monday March 14th 7 to 9 p.m., 3105 Beach Boulevard. If you get the chance to get up to Jacksonville, this is right up your alley! 

New Kids in Town

Jamie Lee presents REWOUND

REWOUND kicked the gate wide open with a running lead in vocal presentation with their first show on January 29th at the Elks Club, St. Aug.

The group is made up of three main vocalists: Jamie Lee, Dee Witt and Wayne Reynolds with guest appearances by Kary Adams and Steve Ingram when available. They present a wonderful mix of eras from the 40's through current day music, add a pinch of Manhattan Transfer, Doo-Wop, toe-tapping country, Everly Bros., Mamas & the Papas, Broadway and Sinatra, just to touch on a few of their styles.

The Elks was packed with nearly 190 attendees (standing room only) and will be back there shortly.

"Although vocal blending is extremely important, it is very difficult to find voices that compliment each other. They must understand how to blend and not overpower other voices, while bringing out the true emotions of the tunes in their delivery. Each one of us is featured in various ways: solos, trios or duos...whatever the song calls for. Dee & I have been working on this for over two years to find the right people and it just seemed to fall right into place when we found Steve and Wayne. Of course, Kary has been singing accross the U.S. for years and has graced SAJS with her talents in the recent past. She's been a great mentor to me, personally, and has a lot of technical experience in sound and staging." says Jamie.

We hope you'll be out to see one of our shows soon as we grow.

February 28, 2016


This month's Jazz Jam will feature baritone vocalist Tony G. He spent many years in New York in prominent establishments crooning the love songs of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Bobby Daren and many more. He will be accompanied by DJ Tom Landers.

Our house band will be Ray Mazo on keyboard, Larry Nader on Bass, and Bill McGee on Drums. Our wonderful singers and additional sit-in musicians always add delight to these events, as well as some of the school jazz musicians that show up. Wear your best romantic outfits, or dress up in Mardi-Gras attire. You can even come as you are!

Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club, 301 Royal St. Augustine Pkwy., St. Augustine, FL 32084, 2-5 p.m. Bring your friends and have a wonderful, amazing afternoon out, with door prizes, raffles, dancing, live music, and a light food menu. Members: $5.00, non-members: $7.00. ALL proceeds go to our scholarship awards.

NO JAZZ JAM IN MARCH, as our regular date falls on Easter.


With Eddie Trester and his swing band are now back in their regular spot performing each Tuesday night at Oasis Restaurant, (A1A) on Wednesday nights, 5-8 p.m. The house is always packed (so get there early). Great food, dancing, guest musicians and singers always sit in. Welcome back guys!


Gill Surette's swing & Dixieland band are back every Thursday at Panama Hatties on A1A Beach across from the Pier. Many guest musicians show up to sit in along with various singers. The new owners are wonderfully accomodating! A great menu, dance floor, and literally standing room only (if you don't get there by 4:30). They perform every Thursday from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

We DOUBLE DARE (er, rather TRIPPLE DARE) YOU to attend any one of these three above events and not leave with a smile on your face, and lingering songs in your hearts, images of the famous musians and singers, and not talk about them for days!


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Jamie Lee presents


5/13 Pavilion 3:00


5/27 Elks, 7:00


6/10 Elks 7:00

3 hrs.

7/8 Pavilion 3:00

1 hr.

7/12 Grand Villa, Ormond 2:00

 1 hr.

Jamie Lee at the Piano

5/27 Wickline Sr. Ctr., 10:30

5/27 Magnolia Manor 1:00

5/30 Golden House,  Palm Coast 1:00

5/31 Golden House, St. Aug. 1:00 





Monthly Meeting of SAJS

  • 1st Monday of every month unless posted otherwise
  • 7 PM at St. Augustine Beach City Hall
  • Building across from the Police Station located at the corner of 16th St and A1A South.