Bob Ringwald

Bob Ringwald is a professional Jazz musician, leader of the Fulton Street Jazz Band and past Board member and Guest Star Coordinator of the Bob Ringwald is well-known to many fans of classic jazz as a bandleader, pianist, banjo/guitarist, vocalist, and radio DJ. He was the long-time leader of the Great Pacific Jazz Band of Los Angeles and the Fulton Street Jazz Band of Sacramento, California. He served on the Board of Directors of the Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society and was the Guest Star Coordinator for many years. He was also an original board-member of the International Sacramento Dixieland Jazz Jubilee. In 2012, Bob was honored by the Jazz Jubilee by being named the “Emperor of Jazz.” Among many professional credits, he played intermission piano at Turk Murphy’s Earthquake McGoon’s in San Francisco, California, from 1970 to 1973. Bob produced and hosted a weekly 3 hour jazz radio show, titled Bob Ringwald’s Bourbon Street Parade in Los Angeles from 1979 to 1994. He is the father of three children, Beth Carnes, home-maker and mother, Kelly, fencer and rock climber and the actress, author and jazz singer Molly Ringwald. Bob now lives with Adele, his wife of 59 years, in the Sacramento area. He boasts 4 grandchildren and one great-grandson. He may be contacted at

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How did the STJS Rent Party get started?

Back in the 1970s, early days of the Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society when the musicians’ union was stronger, STJS Exec Director Bill Borcher Made a


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