Hamburg Altona Jon Hammond Band performs original funk tune Head Phone in Newessbar Club

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Hamburg Altona Jon Hammond Band performs original funk tune Head Phone in Newessbar Club Jon's archive Youtube Jon Hammond Band in Hamburg at Newessbar performing funky original composition "Head Phone" Lutz Buechner tenor sax Heinz Lichius drums Joe Berger guitar Jon Hammond Sk1 Hammond organ and bass Special thanks Roman Kumutat sound engineer, Olaf Gödecke, Knut Benzner NDR Radio, Jens Borgmann and Sabine Borgmann Route 66 Hamburg *see Jon's T-Shirt Gig with Don Pender in the rain, you can actually see the rain coming down - Jon Hammond Youtube Fall River Massachusetts -- EASY LIVIN' - Jon Hammond Showband circa 1976 — in Fall River, MA Kevin Barrett Did the band cover Uriah Heep's "Easy Living"? Jon Hammond Hi Kevin, hah...I never thought of that to tell you the truth, good one! Jon Ulrich Vormehr is that you on the right side ?? Jon Hammond Hi Ulrich, yep that's me...this was a smokin' band! 2 horns, Tommy Costa drums next to me there, one of the best funky dance drummers in the business, Jon Frankfurt Germany -- 25 years Musikmesse! (and now 26) special thanks Hiromitsu Ono Chief Engineer Suzuki Musical Instruments designed my instrument which took me all around the world many times Youtube Pocket Funk by Jon Hammond Band Annual Musikmesse Warm Up Party 2011 in Jazzkeller Frankfurt Tony Lakatos - tenor saxophone Giovanni Gulino - drums Joe Berger - guitar Jon Hammond - organ Oakland California -- Saxophonist/World-Traveler/Entrepreneur Pete Jeffryes and Jon Hammond at CommonWealth Cafe & Pub New York NY -- my neighbor bassist Hide Tanaka and Jackie Williams drums on a Junior Mance gig at Local 802 annual Holiday / Christmas Party - Jon Hammond Anaheim California -- Love this photo! Dan Del Fiorentino, Jay Valle, Jon Hammond - Winter NAMM Show, lots of years of music history between the 3 of us folks! - JH 2012 Annual Musikmesse Warm Up Party hosted by Jon Hammond Band in Jazzkeller Frankfurt "Get Back In The Groove" / Tribute to 9/11 by Jon Hammond with Tony Lakatos tenor sax, Joe Berger guitar, Giovanni Gulino drums, Jon Hammond at the Hammond Sk1 organ, special guest Lee Oskar harmonica. This performance marks 26 years consecutive attending Musikmesse Frankfurt and it was also on the birthday of Jon Hammond March 20th, 2012 with a big chocolate on chocolate cake baked by Saray Pastanesi Baeckerei & Konditorei bakery on Mainzer Landstrasse 131. 60327 Frankfurt am Main Frankfurt Germany -- Alex Mingmann Hsieh Taiwan and Jon Hammond - All I need is a mouthpiece and some saxophone lessons to "Go For The Sound" PMauriat Saxophones at Musikmesse Frankfurt Youtube with a cat who can really play it, Tony! Hofheim am Taunus -- Jon Hammond Band - Jazzkeller-Hofheim Youtube Jon Hammond's annual Musikmesse-Session in Jazzkeller Hofheim, here featuring funky Giovanni Gulino breaking it down on Jon Hammond original funk composition "Head Phone" - Jon Hammond Band - Peter Klohmann tenor sax, Giovanni Gulino drums, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond Sk1 Hammond organ *Note: Congratulations to Jazzkeller Hofheim 53 plus years of history, check out the book, I am honored to be on page 68. Keep the tradition going in Hofheim am Taunus, dankeschoen Jazzkeller Hofheim Team! sincerely, Jon Hammond — with Jon Hammond Band and Jon Hammond Organ Group at Jazzkeller Hofheim Hamburg Germany -- Midnight Showcase Set at New Ess Bar in Hamburg Altona - Youtube Jon Hammond Band first time in Newessbar performing original funky composition Pocket Funk Lutz Buechner tenor saxophone, Heinz Lichius drums, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond Sk1 Hammond organ special thanks Olaf Gödecke and Roman Kumutat Newessbar Hamischa — with Jon Hammond Band and Jon Hammond Organ Group at Newessbar Hamburg Germany -- Jon Hammond Band kickin' it at Auster Jazz Bar on the Henriettenweg Youtube Auster Bar Jazz Bar Michael Leuschner Presents Jon Hammond Band One Night Only on the Henriettenweg Hamburg, very cool scene! Classic Mercy Mercy with Michael Leuschner trumpet, Heinz Lichius drums, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond at Sk1 Hammond organ and special guest Jonas Schoen alto saxophone reprising the great Cannonball Adderley smash crossover hit: Mercy Mercy - R.I.P. Julian Edwin "Cannonball" Adderley (September 15, 1928 -- August 8, 1975) Jon saw Cannon do it with his quintet Feb. 24, 1968 at Winterland in San Francisco on a show with The Vagrants and The Who. Keeping the Spirit alive here in Auster Bar Hamburg! Special thanks / dankeschoen to Frank at Auster Bar, Knut Benzner NDR Radio, Heinz Lichius, Michael Leuschner wonderful musicians! — with Jon Hammond Band and Jon Hammond Organ Group at Auster Bar Hamburg Germany -- Behind the wheel of Jens' Classic Ford T-Bird - Jon Hammond The Thunderbird ("T-Bird"), is an automobile manufactured by the Ford Motor Company in the United States over eleven model generations from 1955 through 2005. When introduced, it created the market niche eventually known as the personal luxury car. The Ford Thunderbird began life in February 1953 in direct response to Chevrolet's new sports car, the Corvette, which was publicly unveiled in prototype form just a month before. Under rapid development, the Thunderbird went from idea to prototype in about a year, being unveiled to the public at the Detroit Auto Show on February 20, 1954. Like the Corvette, the Thunderbird had a two-seat coupe/convertible layout. Production of the Thunderbird began later on in 1954 on September 9 with the car beginning sales as a 1955 model on October 22, 1954. Though sharing some design characteristics with other Fords of the time, such as single, circular headlamps and tail lamps and modest tailfins, the Thunderbird was sleeker and more athletic in shape, and had features like a faux hood scoop and a 150 mph (240 km/h) speedometer hinting a higher performance nature that other Fords didn't possess. Mechanically though, the Thunderbird could trace its roots to other mainstream Fords. The Thunderbird's 102.0 inches (2,591 mm) wheelbase frame was mostly a shortened version of that used in other Fords while the car's standard 292 cu in (4.8 L) Y-block V8 came from Ford's Mercury division.[4] Though inspired by, and positioned directly against, the Corvette, Ford billed the Thunderbird as a personal luxury car, putting a greater emphasis on the car's comfort and convenience features rather than its inherent sportiness.[4] Designations aside, the Thunderbird sold exceptionally well in its first year. In fact, the Thunderbird outsold the Corvette by more than 23-to-one for 1955 with 16,155 Thunderbirds sold against 700 Corvettes.[5] With the Thunderbird considered a success, few changes were made to the car for 1956. The most notable change was moving the spare tire to a continental-style rear bumper in order to make more storage room in the trunk, and an optional porthole in the removable roof was offered and often selected by buyers. However, the addition of the weight at the rear caused steering issues. The spare was moved back to the trunk in 1957 when the trunk was restyled and made slightly larger. Among the few other changes were new paint colors, the addition of circular porthole windows as standard in the fiberglass roof to improve rearward visibility, and a 312 cu in (5.1 L) Y-block V8 making 215 horsepower (160 kW) when mated to a 3-speed manual transmission or 225 horsepower (168 kW) when mated to a Ford-O-Matic 2-speed automatic transmission; this transmission featured a "low gear", which was accessible only via the gear selector. When in "Drive", it was a 2-speed automatic transmission (similar to Chevrolet's Powerglide). The Thunderbird was revised for 1957 with a reshaped front bumper, a larger grille and tailfins, and larger tail lamps. The 312 cu in (5.1 L) V8 became the Thunderbird's standard engine, and now produced 245 horsepower (183 kW). Other, even more powerful versions of the 312 cu in (5.1 L) V8 were available including one with two four-barrel Holley carburetors and another with a Paxton supercharger delivering 300 horsepower (220 kW). Though Ford was pleased to see sales of the Thunderbird rise to a record-breaking 21,380 units for 1957, company executives felt the car could do even better, leading to a substantial redesign of the car for 1958. — at Kieler Straße 271, D-22525 Hamburg