A jazz-inspired musical journey, in Bristol

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Let the Lois Vaughan Jazz Quartet take you on a musical journey with an evening of songs that helped to shape the great American jazz tradition, from ragtime to swing to bepop to Latin. In addition to the quartet playing and improvising great songs from the Twenties through modern times, each musician will showcase the range and versatility of their instrument with a brief description and musical example. Jazz pianist Lois Vaughan has been performing in Southern New England for many years at restaurants and clubs as well as teaching jazz piano at St. George’s School. Vaughan will be joined by Bristol native, Art Manchester, on alto and tenor sax, flute, and clarinet, by string bassist, Bryan Rizzuto and accomplished drummer, Ryan Tremblay.

WHERE: Linden Place, 500 Hope St., Bristol
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 23; 7:30 p.m.
COST: $20 for general admission, $15 for Linden Place members and free for Colt Circle members
MORE INFO: 401/253-0390; www.lindenplace.org

Event Date
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Event time
7:30 PM
Cost / donation
$20 for general admission, $15 for Linden Place members and free for Colt Circle members
Contact
401/253-0390
Lois Vaughan

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