Jazz From Home: Rod McGaha

Jazz From Home is a weekly series brought to you by the Nashville Jazz Workshop and featuring some of the city’s top jazz artists in intimate home concerts.
This Wednesday, May 27th we have a solo performance from trumpeter Rod McGaha at 7pm CDT

During this uncertain time, we have temporarily suspended our public programming and turned to delivering online classes and streamed performances. While this allows us to continue bringing you great jazz, revenue from these virtual activities is not enough to pay our bills and we need additional support from our community of supporters.

Cash App- $RodMcGaha

Venmo- @rod-mcgaha

PayPal- rodmcgaha@mac.com

All donations for the Wednesday streams go directly to the artists, who need your support.


About Rod: Raised in the “Windy City”, Rod’s incredible jazz trumpet playing has taken him through all of the major U.S. cities and many cities over seas. He has performed with such artists as Lou Rawls, The O’Jays, Bebe and Cece Winans, Take 6, Kirk Whalum, and Max Roach and his Brass Quintet. Rod studied music at DePaul University in Chicago, where he studied under jazz great Clark Terry. Rod and his family moved to Nashville in the early 90’s and has been very successful with studio work, club dates, and with his own solo projects. Rod teaches styles and improvisation classes at NJW and serves on the Advisory Board.