Palace Theater’s Poli Club presents the Paul Jost Trio
WATERBURY — The Winter Jazz Series at the Palace Theater Poli Club continues with the Paul Jost Trio on Friday, Feb. 9. The series is produced by New England Arts and Entertainment. Showtimes are at 7 and 9 p.m., with the bar and doors opening at 6:15 p.m.
Paul Jost has been performing worldwide with recent tours in South Korea, Ireland and at JazzAhead, the international jazz expo and conference, in Bremen, Germany. Back home, he performs the last Wednesday of each month at 55 Bar, the highly respected New York jazz club.
Jost can be seen frequently on other east coast locations in New Jersey, the Philadelphia region and other areas of PA and Delaware. He was recently commissioned to re-imagine Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run” album and headline at the Exit Zero Jazz Festival. He performs this concert frequently and Charlie Calello, one of the original arrangers of Born to Run heard it and was “blown away.”
In the band, The Jost Project, he performs with vibraphonist Tony Miceli, bassist Kevin MacConnell and guest drummers. They are reaching new audiences by presenting jazz through the lens of classic rock. Their CD, Can’t Find My Way Home (Dot Time Records), continues to get rave reviews and has been heard on SiriusXM radio and jazz stations throughout the country.