Jessica Williams

For those of you who enjoyed her "Live at Yoshi's Vol.I"
release, Vol.II is a must buy CD. The MaxJazz label continues to turn out great recordings.
She's a marvelous pianist. And you're right about MaxJazz. My favorite Jessica/MaxJazz is "This Side Up," but I'll look for the two you mention. Dave
I got my copy from her last week and recommend that anyone interested order directly from her at
Check out Jessica's Blues. Less cerebral than much of her earlier work, but classy and fun.
Jessica Williams at Chez Hanny in SF, CA
Solo Piano
Sunday, October 2, 2005 at 4:00 PM
$25 Donation Requested

The Time: All concerts begin at 4:00 PM (Please be prompt to avoid interrupting the performance)

The Place: 145 Fillmore (x Waller) in San Francisco 94117 (1 block South of Haight St.)


The Food/Drink: Potluck. Please bring food and drink to share.

$$$: All money collected goes to the musicians. Cash only please.

Seating: First come, first served. Doors open at 3:30 PM.

Transportation: Muni lines 22, N, J, 6, 71, and 72 all run within a block of here. Please allow time for parking.

Reservations: Email reservations strongly recommended!

The Phone: 415-552-2729
For you folks in the Bay Area:

Nov 3, 2005, Thursday, 8pm: a rare appearance in San Francisco, CA: The Piedmont Piano Company, 660 Third Street, between Townsend and Brannan. $20 suggested donation, refreshments included. Call 1 415
543 9988 for reservations or visit their web site at

Solo piano on a 10-foot Fazioli Grand, one of the finest instruments in the world. New Music written in honor of Dr Billy Taylor plus new works never heard before anywhere and some beautiful ballads. Jessica will have FREE sheet music on hand and not quite free CDs too.
I heard the entire album of ":Live at Yoshi's" Volume one on the radio, and it was excellent. I even called the station to find out who it was. Jessica Williams is a great find for all Jazz fans, and for me, she was quite a discovery.