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KJazz Presents the LA Jazz Caravan Online!

Date
Jun 30, 2020 @ 02:00 PM
Time
Jun 30, 2020 @ 02:00 PM
Organizer’s Site
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kjazz-presents-the-la-jazz-caravan-online-tickets-110843638306
Two exciting on-air and streamed online free live jazz concerts sponsored by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs

KJAZZ created a brand new mini-series to support promotion of artist and projects funded by the Leimert Park Cultural Hub and the LA Jazz Caravan, and to promote funding available to artists affected by COVID19. There will be 3 artists presented. Next up: KJazz Stay at Home concert with the David Benoit Trio, Tuesday at 2pm

David Bryan Benoit is an American jazz pianist, composer and producer, based in Los Angeles, California, United States. Benoit has charted over 25 albums since 1980, and has been nominated for three Grammy Awards. In addiiton to the David Benoit Trio, he is also music director for the Asia America Symphony Orchestra and the Asia America Youth Orchestra.

Check out an earlier broadcast of Gordon Goodwin’s Little Phat Band. Visit www.jazzandblues.org and www.facebook.com/JAZZandBLUES/.

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