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Earth, Wind & Fire Recording Project

Your Name Goes Here...

The RJO's Earth, Wind & Fire Recording Project

Here’s the perfect gift for music lovers! With a donation to the RJO, we will PLACE YOUR NAME or your friend/family on our new audio/video album of the Earth, Wind, and Fire tunes that we are going to perform in 2020. Let us make you or your loved-one famous this Christmas! See the specifics now


Jazz and Java Gift Packs

Holiday Jazz & Java
Gift Packs

100% Arabica Beans from High Sierra Coffee

It's the perfect idea for a warm and cozy Christmas morning! This holiday season, give the gift for those who love music and a jazzy blend of java. And, these tax-deductible donations help support the RJO education and performance programs, too! You can order your coffee ground or whole beans.


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Bring Me the Funk of James Brown

THE RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

On a rainy night at Sand Harbor a small but enthusiastic audience, braving the elements, inspired the band and singers to bring the funk...

Release date: November 26, 2015


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Jazz Alive

THE RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

Contemporary Big Band Jazz is alive and well in Reno, Nevada. Recorded live in John Ascuaga's Nugget Celebrity Showroom Feb. 17-18, 2011. This recording is currently available MP3 and Audio CD formats.

Release date: October 15, 2012


Jakki Ford: Alive & Swingin' album cover

Jakki Ford: Alive & Swingin'

with THE RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

Special thanks to Chuck Reider and the Reno Jazz Orchestra, Rich Lewis, Mark Curry, Joe McKenna, and Roger Hogan. Additonal thanks to the Gary Haase Orchestra who appears courtesy of GPR Music, NYC, for "They There" and "After You're Gone."

Release date: November 4, 2013


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Cami Thompson: Swing! Swang! Swung!

with THE RENO JAZZ ORCHESTRA

Live in concert with the Reno Jazz Orchestra. 14 songs; 48 minutes of swinging jazz vocals. This project began as a concert recorded by engineer-musician Guy Kowarsh on February 6, 2006 at the Atlantis Casino in Reno NV. The event was “A Note-Able Evening of Romance”, a benefit for the Note-Ables, a nonprofit organization providing music programs for children and adults with disabilities.

Release date: November 23, 2010