Thursday, February 19, 2009
JAZZ:the Cavaliers Orchestra feat. John Suhr (Sun., March 8 @ The Liberty Theatre)
Subject: Columbus Jazz Society - Jazz Jam - Sunday, March 8, 2009
Please mention the March 8 Columbus Jazz Society's Jazz Jam. Thank you for supporting Jazz in Columbus.
The Columbus Jazz Society is honored to have the Cavaliers Orchestra featuring vocalist John Suhr host our March 8th concert and jam session.
The Cavaliers Orchestra has a heritage of playing great music throughout the Southern states since 1946. Thousands of people have enjoyed listening and dancing to the exciting Big Band sounds of this wonderful band. Their repertoire includes the popular standard songs of the swinging years as well as Latin, show tunes, and jazz favorites.
The Cavaliers Orchestra is a 17 piece big band formed by Jimmy Fuller in 1946. It has continued to perform the music of the swinging years under the leadership of John Beecher, Earl Baker, Orlando DiFabio, John Shur, Frank Robinson, Alan Ramsay, Mickey Luttrell, and, since 1996, George Corradino. The Band has a library of over 450 songs arranged by some of the most outstanding Big Band arrangers in the country. The Cavaliers have performed with many great band leaders and entertainers including Bob Hope, Warren Covington, Billy Butterfield, Wayne King, Doc Severinson, Joe Williams, Dean Hudson, Julius La Rosa and Marilyn May.
EVENT: Columbus Jazz Society March 8 Jazz Jam
FEATURING: The Cavaliers Orchestra
TIME: 6:00-9:00 PM
DATE: March 8, 2009
STREET ADDRESS: The Liberty Theatre and Cultural Center,
813 8th Ave, Columbus, GA 31901
TICKET PRICES: $7 Annual memberships are available at the door.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 706-649-7291 or visit www.columbusjazzsociety.com
The concert begins at 6:00 pm and the jam session begins at 8:00.
The CSU music fraternity will serve hamburgers and hotdogs.
Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and sit in -- anything could happen!
The Columbus Jazz Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to
the celebration and promotion of this great American art form.