Rod Piazza: Return of the Mighty Flyers

For some time now, the Mighty Flyers have been on a hiatus from performing. That is just about to change! Rod Piazza's harmonica technique borders on astonishing - a delicate combination of power and grace that maintains the fattest of tones while alternately evoking classic Chicago styles, interpreting R&B horn lines, or playing his own signature licks. At this point in his career, Piazza has been recording longer than George "Harmonica" Smith, or Sonny Boy Williamson, or Big Walter Horton. He's been making records for more years than Little Walter was alive. Piazza is also a master of West Coast jump blues, incorporating elements of Los Angeles' postwar jazz, swing and R&B combos. The Mighty Flyers' commanding performances showcase Rod's searing harmonica, his impassioned vocals and his showmanship, punctuated by the two-fisted boogies of pianist Miss Honey Piazza, a highly acclaimed musician in her own right. But any Mighty Flyers show is more than just a harp showcase; it's a group effort by tightly-knit elite musicians whose considerable talents complement one another.

Joining the show is the Dennis Gruenling Band, the perfect way to get ready for a Piazza performance.

From his love of Jump Blues, Swing and early Rock & Roll, multi-award winner Dennis Gruenling plays with an approach and sound reminiscent of swing and R&B saxophone players from the 1940s & 50s.

Campus JAX is a fine supper club with a great menu at your table - and the best sound around.

Free parking, all ages, close to John Wayne Airport.

Reserved seats available now at StellarShows.net

Doors open at 4, show starts at 5 pm sharp.


For some time now, the Mighty Flyers have been on a hiatus from performing. That is just about to change!

Rod Piazza's harmonica technique borders on astonishing - a delicate combination of power and grace that maintains the fattest of tones while alternately evoking classic Chicago styles, interpreting R&B horn lines, or playing his own signature licks.

At this point in his career, Piazza has been recording longer than George "Harmonica" Smith, or Sonny Boy Williamson, or Big Walter Horton. He's been making records for more years than Little Walter was alive.

Piazza is also a master of West Coast jump blues, incorporating elements of Los Angeles' postwar jazz, swing and R&B combos.

The Mighty Flyers' commanding performances showcase Rod's searing harmonica, his impassioned vocals and his showmanship, punctuated by the two-fisted boogies of pianist Miss Honey Piazza, a highly acclaimed musician in her own right. But any Mighty Flyers show is more than just a harp showcase; it's a group effort by tightly-knit elite musicians whose considerable talents complement one another.

Joining the show is the Dennis Gruenling Band, the perfect way to get ready for a Piazza performance.​

From his love of Jump Blues, Swing and early Rock & Roll, multi-award winner Dennis Gruenling plays the mouthharp with an approach and sound reminiscent of swing and R&B saxophone players from the 1940s & 50s. 

Campus JAX is a fine supper club with a great menu at your table - and the best sound around. 

Free parking, all ages, close to John Wayne Airport.

Reserved seats available now at StellarShows.net

Doors open at 4, show starts at 5 pm sharp.​

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For some time now, the Mighty Flyers have been on a hiatus from performing. That is just about to change! Rod Piazza's harmonica technique borders on astonishing - a delicate combination of power and grace that maintains the fattest of tones while alternately evoking classic Chicago styles, interpreting R&B horn lines, or playing his own signature licks. At this point in his career, Piazza has been recording longer than George "Harmonica" Smith, or Sonny Boy Williamson, or Big Walter Horton. He's been making records for more years than Little Walter was alive. Piazza is also a master of West Coast jump blues, incorporating elements of Los Angeles' postwar jazz, swing and R&B combos. The Mighty Flyers' commanding performances showcase Rod's searing harmonica, his impassioned vocals and his showmanship, punctuated by the two-fisted boogies of pianist Miss Honey Piazza, a highly acclaimed musician in her own right. But any Mighty Flyers show is more than just a harp showcase; it's a group effort by tightly-knit elite musicians whose considerable talents complement one another.

Joining the show is the Dennis Gruenling Band, the perfect way to get ready for a Piazza performance.

From his love of Jump Blues, Swing and early Rock & Roll, multi-award winner Dennis Gruenling plays with an approach and sound reminiscent of swing and R&B saxophone players from the 1940s & 50s.

Campus JAX is a fine supper club with a great menu at your table - and the best sound around.

Free parking, all ages, close to John Wayne Airport.

Reserved seats available now at StellarShows.net

Doors open at 4, show starts at 5 pm sharp.