Christmas-Jazz

Sunday, Dec. 22nd – 4:30 to 6:30 pm
Buena Vista Jazz Band

A Christmas season tradition at Bird & Beckett, join us for a trad jazz blowout on Sunday the 22nd with the sweet sounds of the 20s & 30s and a few Christmas favorites from the Buena Vista Jazz Band on the last Sunday before Christmas…

Don NeelyThe bandstand will be full to bursting with seven fine instrumentalists and a terrific singer:  Darlene Langston, vocal; Andrew Storar, trumpet; John Hunt, trombone and vocal; Don Neely, clarinet, soprano sax and vocal; Duncan James, guitar; Alan Steger, piano; Michael Kenny, bass; and Greg Gotelli, drums.

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1 Comment

  1. Connie Hanson on December 20, 2013 at 2:57 am

    I would like to know where the Buena Vista Jazz Band is performing and what is the cost of the tickets??? How do I buy them?



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