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Saturday, July 21st – 7:30 pm
D’Armous Boone’s “Another Standard”
$20 cover charge (students $10)
jazz club! when lights are low…


D’Armous Boone, tenor saxophone
Arlington Houston, acoustic bass
Ben Ring, drums
This date marks the debut of D’Armous Boone & Another Standard.
D’Armous elaborates:
“The concept is to take compositions/songs from other genres of music and play them in a mostly straight-ahead jazz fashion.  While the concept is in no way something new, the song selections may be just slightly left of what most people may expect to hear from bands that take on such a concept.
“In addition to ‘covering’ tunes, patrons can also look forward to hearing some original compositions based on the harmonic and/or rhythmic concepts of ‘non-jazz’ tunes.  Again, not a new concept, but the surprise may be in what songs these original compositions are based on.
“All in all we are looking forward to a night of enjoyable music with a surprise or three thrown in for good measure!”



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