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The Scott Foster Ensemble - Third Fridays

thinking about Jim Hall…
Friday, Jan. 17th – 5:30-8:00 pm
The Scott Foster Ensemble
plays jazz in the bookshop

Jim Hall, 1930-2013

Jim Hall, 1930-2013

On January 17th, Scott will revisit the music and influence of guitarist Jim Hall, leading a fine trio that will feature bassist Adam Gay and drummer Jim Zimmerman.

Guitarist Scott Foster, who’s been on the Friday gig since its beginning in late 2002, now assembles a fresh ensemble of musicians for each of his monthly “Third Friday” dates.

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1 Comment

  1. Paul Ledesma on January 17, 2014 at 1:37 am

    I hope I can make it. I’m so glad I saw Mr. Hall a few times when he came thru town.



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