The Wright Stuff Jazz Banda.k.a.
Oak Grove Jazz Band
l.-r., Banjo's: Howard, Bob K, Bob A, Keyboard: Dennis, Tuba: Otis, Bass: Brooks.
Sweet-n-Low band in the grand ballroom of the Lanterman House museum, La Canada, California, on May 30, 2004, playing tunes for the annual croquet tournament being held on the lawn of the 1.4 acre estate.
Photo Credit: Gerry Snyder: American Iris Society Director, Affiliates Chair, Symposium Chair
Letter of appreciation from the La Crescenta Woman's Club regarding "A Fantasy Cruise" fashion show.
Thank you very much for your generous donation of your musical talents at our Annual Fashion Show luncheon on March 10th.
The event was a great success and the proceeds will assist us in continuing our community programs and charities.
Thank you again, your music was great and a very special addition to the Fashion Show.
Marion Wood, Chairman, La Crescenta Womans Club Fashion Show.
Excerpt from the La Canada Flintridge Outlook newspaper, May 24 2001
edition, written by Eileen Ferber, regarding La Canada Flintridge Chamber of
Commerce's May mixer hosted by the local AM Kiwanis at the Los Angeles
County Fire Camp 2 on May 17.
..."Adding an unexpected delightful surprise to the evening, Dennis Enari on the keyboard, Brooks Vinson on the Bass, Bob Koler on banjo and Tom Grip on guitar played some ear-pleasin' tunes."
Excerpt from the La Canada Valley Sun newspaper, May 24 2001 edition, Society column, regarding the La Canada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce's May mixer hosted by the local AM Kiwanis at the Los Angeles County Fire Camp 2 on May 17. ..."Delightful musical accompaniment to all the activities of the evening was provided by Dennis Enari on the keyboard, Brooks Vinson on the bass, Bob Koler on banjo and Tom Gripp on guitar."
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 13:42:49 -0800
From:name removed for privacy
Subject: Liked your Web Page
Thanks for playing at last Thursday's JPL retirement luncheon - it added a bit of class to our monthly luncheon. I took a look at your Web site, and it's really neat. Gave me some ideas of which I may incorporate one of these days when I get around to creating my own Web-site.
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 18:58:50 EST
Subject: Re: St. Patrick Celebration
Dennis: I had to leave a little earlier that day because a friend of mine was having a chest pain. I took him to Huntington Memorial. However, I do know that everyone that I talked to had enjoyed the music a lot. The selection was great as most of us were in our youth when those tunes were popular --- we are not adjusted to Do Wap yet.