“Fifth Friday” jazz in the bookshop
The Michael Parsons Quintet
March 29th, 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Our Friday evening jazz series has been going strong for more than a decade, and features four great bands in rotation each month– but on those lucky occasions when there’s a fifth Friday, we get the opportunity to bring in a different aggregation for your pleasure…  this Friday, it’s pianist Michael Parsons with a fine quintet featuring Jay Sanders on trumpet; Danny Grewen on trombone; Eugene Warren on bass; and Ulf Bjorkbom on drums.  All five are young stars on the local jazz scene, and all five have played at one time or another on the Bird & Beckett stage.  We’re pleased and proud to present them as a unit under Michael Parsons’ leadership.  Much of the show will showcase Michael’s compositions; all of it will bop with alacrity.  Come down and enjoy yourself.  And bring a few bucks to help us pay the band!

1 Comment

  1. Mike Miller on March 27, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    This is a great band! I love the 5th Friday special edition.



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