Jazz Jam Information-"Quarrentunes".

​​​Stone Throw Studio

Hey everyone: here is a spot to link to your quarrantunes. Record yourself and save it somewhere, send me the link- I'll link it here: 

We have a Rhodes 73 now !

Our Studio: 4-7191 Progress Way, Delta.  800 sq. ft. 

Send Bob Miller an email to get on the weekly reminder list: "sax.beach.westy at gmail.com" (you know how to fix this)


Why Jam ? 

  1. You practice listening
  2. It makes you a better improviser
  3. It helps you see and choose what you need to work on
  4. It helps you become a better performer
  5. You learn jam etiquette/vocabulary
  6. You learn songs and tunes
  7. You meet other musicians
  8. It challenges you
  9. You get to test out what you've been practicing
  10. It positively reinforces your practice
  11. https://bennettsullivanmusic.com/blog/2014/3/20/10-reasons-jamming-will-make-you-better

"Now is the time to get together with another musician or, better yet multiple musicians, and play together. You can jam with anyone, pros, amateurs or beginners. It is helpful to have a bassist and percussionist, but it is possible for any combination of musicians to succeed at jamming."  (https://lammastudios.com/news/2018/12/13/principle-7-dont-practice-just-jam/)

“I'm not really on a mission to tell anybody anything. I'd rather be figured out.” -Diana Krall

I say, play your own way. Don’t play what the public wants. You play what you want and let the public pick up on what you’re doing — even if it does take them fifteen, twenty years. ~ Thelonious Monk

To me jazz means: I dare you - Wayne Shorter

A space to play and listen to jazz.  Open to all vocalists, horn players, guitarists, bass players, keyboard players and drummers/percussionists, scrubbers.  The studio has a drum kit--but bring your breakables. We have a weighted 88 key Yamaha keyboard.

Open to listeners too

Play and read from Real book charts, originals or setupagroove-experimental. Bring your own real book and charts/roadmap if an original/experimental is to be played. Bring a music stand, too !


No set "house band". All players welcome.  A different theme each session.


Inspired by the original "Cellar" 1960's concept--a space free from any commercial considerations. A space to explore music, among peers. Listen to CBC Hot Air' s presentation about the Cellar:    https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1356127811724