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17 April 2014 CORY WEEDS PRESENTS JAZZ @ 1010 TAPAS
featuring SHARON MINEMOTO keys, CORY WEEDS tenor saxophone
NO COVER, 7:00 to 9:30


more info - http://www.tententapas.com
18 April 2014 PJ PERRY QUARTET featuring RENEE ROSNES
Cory Weeds Cellar Jazz Club @ Pyatt Hall at the VSO School of Music Presents:
PJ PERRY QUARTET featuring Renee Rosnes - piano, Neil Swainson - bass, Terry Clarke - drums, PJ Perry saxophones
PJ PERRY has done it all. He has shared the spotlight with Michel LeGrand and Dizzy Gillespie. As lead saxophonist on the highly successful 1980s TV series In Concert, PJ played for such luminaries as Ray Charles, Henry Mancini, Aretha Franklin, and Tom Jones.
Recently, Mr. Perry was a featured soloist on the hit 2010 Broadway production of Come Fly Away, highlighting the songs of Frank Sinatra and the choreography of Twyla Tharpe.
In recognition of his contributions to Canada’s cultural fabric, PJ Perry has been awarded many honors, most notably an Honorary Doctorate of Law from the University of Alberta and an Honorary Diploma in Music from Alberta’s Grant McEwan College.
RENEE ROSNES is one of the premier pianists and composers of her generation. Shortly after relocating from Vancouver to New York in 1986, Rosnes quickly established a reputation as a major talent. She has recorded and toured with a veritable "who's who" of jazz, being the pianist of choice for such legendary musicians as Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, JJ Johnson, Buster Williams and Bobby Hutcherson. In 1989, James Moody hired Renee for his quartet, and she remained a member of his band until his passing in 2010.
In 2012, she was the musical director for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's For Love of Moody: A Jazz Celebration, a show that included performances by George Benson, the Manhattan Transfer and Jimmy Heath. Also in 2012, she produced Joe Henderson's 75th Birthday Celebration for Jazz at Lincoln Center's Allen Room, which featured Bobby Hutcherson, Chris Potter and Robert Hurst among others. From 2004-2009, Rosnes was a member of the all-star octet, the SFJAZZ Collective. From 2008-2010, Rosnes enjoyed her role as the radio host of The Jazz Profiles, an interview series produced by Canada's CBC. Also in the role of jazz journalist, Renee has contributed two major cover story interviews for JazzTimes magazine, one with Wayne Shorter and his quartet (April 2013) and the other with pianist Geri Allen (September 2013).
Rosnes has released a series of twelve albums, four of which have garnered Juno Awards, the Canadian equivalent of a Grammy. Her recordings reveal her to be both a powerful and sensitive musician with a huge range. She has collaborated with a diverse range of artists, from established masters such as Jack DeJohnette and tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, to younger giants such as Christian McBride, Chris Potter, Nicholas Payton and Steve Nelson. She is a formidable composer and in 2003 was named SOCAN's Composer of the Year. Her works have been performed and recorded by Phil Woods, JJ Johnson, Lewis Nash, Joe Locke, the Danish Radio Big Band, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra, and recently by up-and-coming trombone star Michael Dease.
NEIL SWAINSON began working with Paul Horn in 1975, and played in his band for two years. Neil also backed up such musicians as Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, and Sonny Stitt. In 1977, Neil moved to Toronto, which has become his home. He became very active in the local jazz scene, playing with such artists as Moe Koffman, Ed Bickert, Rob McConnell, and Peter Appleyard. He has also played with many visiting jazz artists, to name a few: James Moody, George Coleman, Jay McShann, Tommy Flanagan, Lee Konitz, Joe Farrell, Slide Hampton, and Woody Shaw. Neil travelled and recorded with Woody Shaw, and Neil’s own recording, 49th Parallell (Concord Jazz 4396), features Woody Shaw on trumpet, and Joe Henderson on saxophone. In 1986 Neil began working with George Shearing. Together, they worked worldwide with many other great artists, such as Mel Tormé, Joe Williams, Nancy Wilson, Robert Farnon, and Diana Krall. Neil has made numerous recordings with George Shearing. Neil has also recorded with a number of other artists such as Jay McShann, Doc Cheatham, Geoff Keezer, Sam Noto, Peter Leitch, Pat LaBarbera, Kevin Dean, Rob McConnell, Ed Bickert, Lorne Lofsky, Kirk MacDonald, and Gene DiNovi; and JMOG, a cooperative band featuring Don Thompson, Pat LaBarbera, and Joe LaBarbera. Numerous recordings on which Neil plays have won Canada’s Juno Award. More recently, Neil has been touring internationally with singer Roberta Gambarini. Neil continues to compose music and freelance extensively in the Toronto area.
TERRY CLARKE'S natural rhythmic aptitude was obvious from an early age, and at the age of twelve, he began studying formally with the noted drum teacher and author Jim Blackley who was to remain a primary and ongoing figure in Terry's development as a musician.
In 1965, Terry moved to San Francisco to work with John Handy III. He performed with him for the next two and a half years, during which time the Grammy nominated recording, Live at Monterey Jazz Fest (Columbia, 1966) was made. Following the John Handy experience, Terry began building his reputation for versatility by joining the world-famous pop vocal group, The Fifth Dimension. At the time, they were at the height of their popularity, and Terry traveled and performed extensively with them throughout the U.S.A., Canada and Europe. Terry left The Fifth Dimension in 1970, and re-located to Toronto.
For the next fifteen years he played an abundance of jazz in all styles, as well as being in demand in Toronto's considerable studio scene. Countless television shows, jingles and recording dates were Terry's mainstay, as well as touring Japan and Europe with noted jazz guitarist, Jim Hall and piano great, Oscar Peterson. Terry Clarke is well-known as a founding member of the world acclaimed big-band, Rob McConnell's Boss Brass. For twenty-five years he recorded and toured with the band, helping to define it's remarkable sound. In 1985, Terry made a bold move to New York to pursue an exclusively jazz career. During his stint there, he worked with The Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra, The Joe Roccisano Jazz Orchestra, Jim Hall, Jay Leonhart, Helen Merrill, Marvin Stamm, Bob Mintzer, and Mark Murphy (among others). Terry Clarke has recorded well over 300 albums with various jazz artists including Jim Hall, Oscar Peterson, Rob McConnell, The Singers Unlimited, Frank Rossolino, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Lew Tabackin, Freddie Hubbard, Jay McShann, Buddy Tate, Emily Remler, John Handy III, Ed Bickert, Helen Merrill and Roger Kellaway. Terry is a familiar face at jazz festivals in Europe, Canada, Japan and the U.S. After fifteen years of living and working in New York City, he re-located to Toronto with his wife Lesley, and their two young sons, Kristopher and Kyle. In October of 1999, Terry re-united with Rob McConnell to help form the Rob McConnell Tentet, an exciting newly formatted group comprised mainly of charter Boss Brass members, and fueled by the brilliant writing of Rob McConnell. This new group has received rave reviews for their "live" performances, as well as a GRAMMY nomination and a JUNO award for their self-titled debut CD on the Justin Time label.
As a jazz educator, Terry Clarke is currently an adjunct professor at The University of Toronto, and In January of 2002, he was honored as "Drummer of the Year" at the first annual Canadian National Jazz Awards. Terry Clarke has also been recently named as a Member of the prestigious Order of Canada.


more info - http://perry.zoobis.com
19 April 2014 PJ PERRY QUARTET featuring RENEE ROSNES
Cory Weeds Cellar Jazz Club @ Pyatt Hall at the VSO School of Music Presents:
PJ PERRY QUARTET featuring Renee Rosnes - piano, Neil Swainson - bass, Terry Clarke - drums, PJ Perry saxophones
PJ PERRY has done it all. He has shared the spotlight with Michel LeGrand and Dizzy Gillespie. As lead saxophonist on the highly successful 1980s TV series In Concert, PJ played for such luminaries as Ray Charles, Henry Mancini, Aretha Franklin, and Tom Jones.
Recently, Mr. Perry was a featured soloist on the hit 2010 Broadway production of Come Fly Away, highlighting the songs of Frank Sinatra and the choreography of Twyla Tharpe.
In recognition of his contributions to Canada’s cultural fabric, PJ Perry has been awarded many honors, most notably an Honorary Doctorate of Law from the University of Alberta and an Honorary Diploma in Music from Alberta’s Grant McEwan College.
RENEE ROSNES is one of the premier pianists and composers of her generation. Shortly after relocating from Vancouver to New York in 1986, Rosnes quickly established a reputation as a major talent. She has recorded and toured with a veritable "who's who" of jazz, being the pianist of choice for such legendary musicians as Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, JJ Johnson, Buster Williams and Bobby Hutcherson. In 1989, James Moody hired Renee for his quartet, and she remained a member of his band until his passing in 2010.
In 2012, she was the musical director for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's For Love of Moody: A Jazz Celebration, a show that included performances by George Benson, the Manhattan Transfer and Jimmy Heath. Also in 2012, she produced Joe Henderson's 75th Birthday Celebration for Jazz at Lincoln Center's Allen Room, which featured Bobby Hutcherson, Chris Potter and Robert Hurst among others. From 2004-2009, Rosnes was a member of the all-star octet, the SFJAZZ Collective. From 2008-2010, Rosnes enjoyed her role as the radio host of The Jazz Profiles, an interview series produced by Canada's CBC. Also in the role of jazz journalist, Renee has contributed two major cover story interviews for JazzTimes magazine, one with Wayne Shorter and his quartet (April 2013) and the other with pianist Geri Allen (September 2013).
Rosnes has released a series of twelve albums, four of which have garnered Juno Awards, the Canadian equivalent of a Grammy. Her recordings reveal her to be both a powerful and sensitive musician with a huge range. She has collaborated with a diverse range of artists, from established masters such as Jack DeJohnette and tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, to younger giants such as Christian McBride, Chris Potter, Nicholas Payton and Steve Nelson. She is a formidable composer and in 2003 was named SOCAN's Composer of the Year. Her works have been performed and recorded by Phil Woods, JJ Johnson, Lewis Nash, Joe Locke, the Danish Radio Big Band, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra, and recently by up-and-coming trombone star Michael Dease.
NEIL SWAINSON began working with Paul Horn in 1975, and played in his band for two years. Neil also backed up such musicians as Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, and Sonny Stitt. In 1977, Neil moved to Toronto, which has become his home. He became very active in the local jazz scene, playing with such artists as Moe Koffman, Ed Bickert, Rob McConnell, and Peter Appleyard. He has also played with many visiting jazz artists, to name a few: James Moody, George Coleman, Jay McShann, Tommy Flanagan, Lee Konitz, Joe Farrell, Slide Hampton, and Woody Shaw. Neil travelled and recorded with Woody Shaw, and Neil’s own recording, 49th Parallell (Concord Jazz 4396), features Woody Shaw on trumpet, and Joe Henderson on saxophone. In 1986 Neil began working with George Shearing. Together, they worked worldwide with many other great artists, such as Mel Tormé, Joe Williams, Nancy Wilson, Robert Farnon, and Diana Krall. Neil has made numerous recordings with George Shearing. Neil has also recorded with a number of other artists such as Jay McShann, Doc Cheatham, Geoff Keezer, Sam Noto, Peter Leitch, Pat LaBarbera, Kevin Dean, Rob McConnell, Ed Bickert, Lorne Lofsky, Kirk MacDonald, and Gene DiNovi; and JMOG, a cooperative band featuring Don Thompson, Pat LaBarbera, and Joe LaBarbera. Numerous recordings on which Neil plays have won Canada’s Juno Award. More recently, Neil has been touring internationally with singer Roberta Gambarini. Neil continues to compose music and freelance extensively in the Toronto area.
TERRY CLARKE'S natural rhythmic aptitude was obvious from an early age, and at the age of twelve, he began studying formally with the noted drum teacher and author Jim Blackley who was to remain a primary and ongoing figure in Terry's development as a musician.
In 1965, Terry moved to San Francisco to work with John Handy III. He performed with him for the next two and a half years, during which time the Grammy nominated recording, Live at Monterey Jazz Fest (Columbia, 1966) was made. Following the John Handy experience, Terry began building his reputation for versatility by joining the world-famous pop vocal group, The Fifth Dimension. At the time, they were at the height of their popularity, and Terry traveled and performed extensively with them throughout the U.S.A., Canada and Europe. Terry left The Fifth Dimension in 1970, and re-located to Toronto.
For the next fifteen years he played an abundance of jazz in all styles, as well as being in demand in Toronto's considerable studio scene. Countless television shows, jingles and recording dates were Terry's mainstay, as well as touring Japan and Europe with noted jazz guitarist, Jim Hall and piano great, Oscar Peterson. Terry Clarke is well-known as a founding member of the world acclaimed big-band, Rob McConnell's Boss Brass. For twenty-five years he recorded and toured with the band, helping to define it's remarkable sound. In 1985, Terry made a bold move to New York to pursue an exclusively jazz career. During his stint there, he worked with The Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra, The Joe Roccisano Jazz Orchestra, Jim Hall, Jay Leonhart, Helen Merrill, Marvin Stamm, Bob Mintzer, and Mark Murphy (among others). Terry Clarke has recorded well over 300 albums with various jazz artists including Jim Hall, Oscar Peterson, Rob McConnell, The Singers Unlimited, Frank Rossolino, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Lew Tabackin, Freddie Hubbard, Jay McShann, Buddy Tate, Emily Remler, John Handy III, Ed Bickert, Helen Merrill and Roger Kellaway. Terry is a familiar face at jazz festivals in Europe, Canada, Japan and the U.S. After fifteen years of living and working in New York City, he re-located to Toronto with his wife Lesley, and their two young sons, Kristopher and Kyle. In October of 1999, Terry re-united with Rob McConnell to help form the Rob McConnell Tentet, an exciting newly formatted group comprised mainly of charter Boss Brass members, and fueled by the brilliant writing of Rob McConnell. This new group has received rave reviews for their "live" performances, as well as a GRAMMY nomination and a JUNO award for their self-titled debut CD on the Justin Time label.
As a jazz educator, Terry Clarke is currently an adjunct professor at The University of Toronto, and In January of 2002, he was honored as "Drummer of the Year" at the first annual Canadian National Jazz Awards. Terry Clarke has also been recently named as a Member of the prestigious Order of Canada.


more info - http://perrytwo.zoobis.com
20 April 2014 CORY WEEDS PRESENTS JAZZ @ SEVENTEEN89
featuring THE JACLYN GUILLOU BAND
with JACLYN GUILLOU voice, BRUNO HUBERT rhodes, DAVID BLAKE guitar, JAMES MEGAR bass, ANDREW MILLAR drums
8:00 - 11:00, Tix $10


more info - http://www.1789.ca
25 April 2014 FROM NEW YORK: CHAMPIAN FULTON
Cory Weeds Cellar Jazz Club @ Pyatt Hall at the VSO School of Music Presents: FROM NEW YORK CITY: VOCALIST /PIANIST: CHAMPIAN FULTON featuring Cory Weeds tenor saxophone, Jodi Proznick bass, Julian MacDonough drums.
Charismatic New York singer and pianist Champian Fulton is the talk of Manhattan. Though still in her late 20s, she's got the lived in voice that gives authority to all the classic show songs and invites comparisons with everyone from Billie Holiday to Carmen McRae. And she plays great piano. She'd have Erroll Garner checking her out. No one has created a stir like this since Diana Krall burst onto the scene.
She was tutored in jazz by Clark Terry while still a tyke and gained youthful appreciation of big bands from Red Holloway, Butch Miles and other Basie-ites. In other words, 27-year-old pianist and vocalist Champian Fulton was taught to swing by experts and, as demonstrated six years ago on her debut recording with David Berger’s Sultans of Swing, learned her lesson well. Reminiscent of another big-voiced, hard-swinging Oklahoman, Kay Starr, with scraps of Sooner State twang still evident.
As befits her musical upbringing, Fulton favors an old-school approach, recalling the bandstand era when vocalists dotted, rather than dominated, a tune. Her playing, too, hints at days gone by, echoing the round joviality of Oscar Peterson. Her latest release "Sings And Swings"opens by skillfully navigating the cross-breezes of “Tenderly,” and adds plenty of bounce to “You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me,” a rolling “It’s Alright With Me” and a loose-limbed “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter."


more info - http://fulton.zoobis.com
26 April 2014 FROM NEW YORK: CHAMPIAN FULTON
Cory Weeds Cellar Jazz Club @ Pyatt Hall at the VSO School of Music Presents: FROM NEW YORK CITY: VOCALIST /PIANIST: CHAMPIAN FULTON featuring Cory Weeds tenor saxophone, Jodi Proznick bass, Julian MacDonough drums.
Charismatic New York singer and pianist Champian Fulton is the talk of Manhattan. Though still in her late 20s, she's got the lived in voice that gives authority to all the classic show songs and invites comparisons with everyone from Billie Holiday to Carmen McRae. And she plays great piano. She'd have Erroll Garner checking her out. No one has created a stir like this since Diana Krall burst onto the scene.
She was tutored in jazz by Clark Terry while still a tyke and gained youthful appreciation of big bands from Red Holloway, Butch Miles and other Basie-ites. In other words, 27-year-old pianist and vocalist Champian Fulton was taught to swing by experts and, as demonstrated six years ago on her debut recording with David Berger’s Sultans of Swing, learned her lesson well. Reminiscent of another big-voiced, hard-swinging Oklahoman, Kay Starr, with scraps of Sooner State twang still evident.
As befits her musical upbringing, Fulton favors an old-school approach, recalling the bandstand era when vocalists dotted, rather than dominated, a tune. Her playing, too, hints at days gone by, echoing the round joviality of Oscar Peterson. Her latest release "Sings And Swings"opens by skillfully navigating the cross-breezes of “Tenderly,” and adds plenty of bounce to “You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me,” a rolling “It’s Alright With Me” and a loose-limbed “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter."


more info - http://fultontwo.zoobis.com
29 April 2014 CORY WEEDS PRESENTS JAZZ @ SEVENTEEN89
featuring THE CORY WEEDS TRIO
with CORY WEEDS tenor sax, ADAM THOMAS bass, JESSE CAHILL drums
8:00 - 11:00, Tix $10


more info - http://www.1789.ca
JUNE
21 June 2014 CELLARJAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PYATT HALL: CRAIG SCOTT QUINTET / OLIVER GANNON QUARTET CD RELEASE
featuring THE OLIVER GANNON QUARTET with MILES BLACK piano, OLIVER GANNON guitar, JODI PROZNICK bass, BLAINE WIKJORD drums
Gannon is best known, of course, for his long and fertile collaboration with saxophone great Fraser MacPherson, a relationship that produced some of the best jazz the west coast has ever heard. His current quartet featuring four of Canada’s finest and award-winning jazz musicians, plays an assortment of mainstream jazz and standards in the tradition of the groups of Wes Montgomery and Ed Bickert.
CRAIG SCOTT QUINTET with CORY WEEDS tenor saxophone, CRAIG SCOTT vibes, TONY FOSTER piano, RUSS BOTTEN bass, JOE POOLE drums
The Craig Scott Quintet is an interactive and vibrant group featuring five top flight Canadian musicians. Inspired by the great ensembles of Milt Jackson/Ray Brown, Cal Tjader/Stan Getz, and Victor Feldman, this ensemble plays wonderful arrangements of standard and original repertoire. They are celebrating the release of their CD on Cellar Live called Corner Table, Always Reserved.
Tickets $25.75 (all inclusive)
Doors: 6:45, Showtime: 7:30
Visit the direct link below or www.northerntickets.com or call 1-888-551-9747


more info - http://northerntickets.com/events/oliver-gannon-quartet-and-craig-scott-quintet/
22 June 2014 CELLAR JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PYATT HALL: JEFF HAMILTON TRIO
featuring JEFF HAMILTON drums, CHRITOPH LUTY bass, TAMIR HENDELMAN
When it comes to touch, taste, and a deep understanding of what makes a band swing, drummer Jeff Hamilton has no peers. The JH3 make beautiful music in the here-and-now that swings, soothes and leads to plenty of toe-tapping and head-nodding of the enthusiastic approval variety
Tickets $38.75 (all inclusive)
Doors: 6:45, Showtime: 7:30
Visit the direct link below or www.northerntickets.com or call 1-888-551-9747


more info - http://northerntickets.com/events/jeff-hamilton-trio-22/
23 June 2014 CELLAR JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PYATT HALL: JEFF HAMILTON TRIO
featuring JEFF HAMILTON drums, CHRITOPH LUTY bass, TAMIR HENDELMAN
When it comes to touch, taste, and a deep understanding of what makes a band swing, drummer Jeff Hamilton has no peers. The JH3 make beautiful music in the here-and-now that swings, soothes and leads to plenty of toe-tapping and head-nodding of the enthusiastic approval variety
Tickets $38.75 (all inclusive)
Doors: 6:45, Showtime: 7:30
Visit the direct link below or www.northerntickets.com or call 1-888-551-9747


more info - http://northerntickets.com/events/jeff-hamilton-trio-23/
26 June 2014 CELLAR JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PYATT HALL: CORY WEEDS with HAROLD MABERN CD RELEASE with guests THE QUINCY CHIMICH QUINTET
featuring CORY WEEDS tenor saxohpone, HAROLD MABERN piano, ADAM THOMAS bass, JULIAN MACDONOUGH drums
Saxophonist Cory Weeds teams up with one of jazz’s most enduring and dazzlingly skilled pianists to celebrate the release of ‘As Of Now’ recorded in September, 2013. Don’t miss to the chance to see this legend of jazz whose playing / recording credits include Lee Morgan, Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery and Wayne Shorter.
Tickets $33.75 (all inclusive)
Doors: 6:45, Showtime: 7:30
Visit the direct link below or www.northerntickets.com or call 1-888-551-9747


more info - http://northerntickets.com/events/cory-weeds-and-harold-mabern-26/
27 June 2014 CELLAR JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PYATT HALL: CORY WEEDS with HAROLD MABERN CD RELEASE with guests QUINT EASTWOOD
featuring CORY WEEDS tenor saxohpone, HAROLD MABERN piano, ADAM THOMAS bass, JULIAN MACDONOUGH drums
Saxophonist Cory Weeds teams up with one of jazz’s most enduring and dazzlingly skilled pianists to celebrate the release of ‘As Of Now’ recorded in September, 2013. Don’t miss to the chance to see this legend of jazz whose playing / recording credits include Lee Morgan, Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery and Wayne Shorter.
Tickets $33.75 (all inclusive)
Doors: 6:45, Showtime: 7:30
Visit the direct link below or www.northerntickets.com or call 1-888-551-9747


more info - http://northerntickets.com/events/cory-weeds-and-harold-mabern-27/
30 June 2014 CELLAR JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PYATT HALL: TRIOLOGY / JENNIFER SCOTT QUINTET CD RELEASES
featuring TRIOLOGY with BILL COON guitar, JODI PROZNICK bass, MILES BLACK piano
Formed in 2008, Triology is a interactive and vibrant group featuring three of Canada’s most sought after musicians. This group was fashioned after the great early jazz trios of Nat King Cole and Oscar Peterson, and features wonderful arrangements of classic standards, as well as original tunes by the trio members. The trio is celebrating the release of it’s debut CD.
JENNIFER SCOTT QUARTET with guest DAVE SIKULA
featuring JENN SCOTT vox/piano, DAVE SIKULA guitar, CORY WEEDS tenor saxophone, RENE WORST bass, DAVE ROBBINS drums
Considered the finest Jazz Vocal Improviser in Canada by her peers, her fans and by the musicians who work with her, Jennifer Scott is an important Jazz Voice. The quintet will be celebrating the release of a CD recorded in January featuring Peter Bernstein.
Tickets $25.75 (all inclusive)
Doors: 6:45, Showtime: 7:30
Visit the direct link below or www.northerntickets.com or call 1-888-551-9747


more info - http://northerntickets.com/events/triology-and-jennifer-scott-quartet/
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