I am always looking for new friends in the jazz community. I am a native of Port Arthur, grew up in Houston. Jazz artists manager and Concert Producer/Promoter via my firm Entertainment & Sports Professionals (ESP). I am also looking to bring saxophonist Dean James and pianist Alvin King to the DFW area.
What aspect of the festival are you interested in: Music, Food or the Arts?
How did you find out about Uptown Jazz Dallas IJF?
Surfing the web trying to find a place for my Houston based national artists to perform
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