2nd Sunday Jazz Jam - musicians & fans welcomed

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2nd Sunday Jazz Jam - musicians & fans welcomed

Time: June 11, 2017 from 5pm to 7pm
Location: Labyrinth Walk Coffee House at UUCOC
Street: 3839 W. Kiest Blvd.
City/Town: Dallas
Website or Map: http://www.labyrinthwalkcoffe…
Event Type: jazz, jam
Organized By: Labyrinth Walk Coffee House
Latest Activity: May 26

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Event Description

If you enjoy playing or singing or just listening to Jazz in a quiet setting while having a glass of wine or cold beer, come on down to the Labyrinth Walk Coffee House for the 2nd Sunday Jazz Jam.

There is no admission fee. Donations are distributed among the performers.

Players bring your instruments, singers bring your voice and both bring your Real Books (Hal Leonard 6th edition VOL I & II) and join in. Something new? Bring it along as well with the sheet music and the lyrics. We have no equipment for musicians so please be as self contained as possible.

If you just want to sit and listen, bring your soft drinks, wine or beer and food, if you wish. Come planning on having a great time and hearing some of the finest musicians in the Metroplex and invite a friend to come with you.

The LWCH is a non-profit organization run by volunteers presenting a variety of live musical programs.

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