"Welcome to the official social network of Uptown Jazz Dallas Live, our planned International Jazz Festival and the hub of all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in North Texas. Make yourself at home. There are tools here to…"
Nov 16, 2011
Cristy Campbell is now a member of Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival Org
Welcome to the official social network of Uptown Jazz Dallas Live, our planned International Jazz Festival and the hub of all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in North Texas. Make yourself at home. There are tools here to showcase what you do and what you love. Please use the Invite tab above to expose others to us. It's already a great community. With You here it just got better. Don't hesitate sharing this with others via the PROMOTE and SHARE buttons here on the network.
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