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NYE PARTY AT BRENTWOOD BOWL 12/31/03

ALICE FONG YU DINNER / DANCE / AUCTION MAY 4th 2004

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GROOVIN' ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON AUG 20TH 2006

RETURN TO THE SCENE OF THE CRIME NOV 11th 2006 

JEST JAMMIN' 40TH ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAY PARTY JULY 12TH 2008

BRENTWOOD BOWL'S NYE PARTY 2009

SF CHINATOWN STREETFAIR 2010

CAMERON HOUSE HEART SOUL AND ELEGANCE FEB 8TH 2014 PICS

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Groovin' @ 60 Event... Bay Model, Sausalito 6-13-15

Led by the Rev. Norman Fong, Jest Jammin' aka "Chinatown Soul Band", has entertained the public for over 40 years. In 1968 Norman Fong, Brad Lum, & Ed Toy, got together with a couple of other friends, formed a band that was unnamed until 1971 when they added more members and officially called themselves Jest Jammin'. They are the last of the "Local Chinatown bands" from the 60's and 70's, and are still enjoying a popularity from an enthusiastic public.

Historic in San Francisco's Chinatown,   and comprised of  "home grown" talent, Jest Jammin' has been performing their wide repertoire of music from the soulful 60's and 70's, including tunes from recent decades. They can be seen in numerous venues throughout Northern California, from college campuses to large public functions. The band members have "grownup" to various careers, but remain close friends and continue to enjoy accommodating requests to perform their energetic music.

"Chinatown Soul Band"

 

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