Jazz Elements is a versatile band based in Indianapolis.

We specialize in jazz standards and songs from the Great American Songbook.

Jazz Elements was founded by Jim and Judy Faux with a goal in mind!

We want our audience to enjoy the music while dining,

talking and enjoying the company you are with.

The band has an easy listening, melodic sound that allows conversation,

yet still be entertained.

...and we love to see folks dancing!

Please feel free to contact us so we can talk.

Jazz Elements is on Facebook, look us up!

Jim started playing the sax in the 5th grade and began a life-long love of playing music. He started playing gigs with bands when he was 16, while continuing his schooling. While studying Education at Indiana University, he picked up the flute and also had enough music credits for a Minor in Music. Jim played professionally for about 10 years with various rock bands in the 70's and has has continued playing ever since. Playing jazz standards is his passion now, and he continues to work at his craft.

​​ Gary myers

A Partial Song List
Blue Bossa, For Sentimental Reasons, Memphis in June, A Foggy Day, Song for My Father, Solitude, Misty, Summertime,

Moonlight in Vermont, You Go To My Head, Autumn Leaves, The Shadow of Your Smile, Take the A Train, Girl From Ipanema,

All Blues, Nature Boy, Solar, Tenderly, Road Song, Little Sunflower, Cry Me a River, Route 66, Pennies From Heaven,

Softly as in a Morning Sunrise, Dream a Little Dream, All of Me

Jazz Elements would like to

thank the following:

Wheeler Mission - Serving 

our Homeless

The Stratford, and Robin Run Retirement Centers.

We are blessed to perform for the residents.

Hopwood Cellars Winery -Zionsville, Blackhawk Winery - Sheridan,

Books & Brews - Brownsburg, Carmel, and Mass Ave. 

These locally owned/operated establishments are supporting

live music!

Thank you's!!

​​the trio with mik

phil smith

jim Faux

paul gill

Judy Faux


About jazz elements

​​the trio with Gary

greg smith

Members of the band

Judy is a lifelong lover of music, but didn’t discover her singing ability until later in life. Once she started singing , she began to develop her talent through open stages, vocal coaching, and other musical opportunities. Singing in different genres, including blues, R & B, 60-70”s light rock, etc. This eventually led to finding her niche in singing jazz standards. Now with Jazz Elements, she continues to develop a singing style for herself in the tradition of the great singers of the past. Judy's photo was taken by John Stemple.

​​mik hideg