"I've been to numerous dinners and concerts at J&J. I enjoyed them all. There were issues that made me think that J&J would not survive and I am truly sorry that it didn't. One of the great things about J&J was the national…"
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May 4, 2011
Marvin Brown is now a member of Uptown Jazz Dallas | International Jazz Festival Org
Welcome to the network, Marvin. You stumbled into a great thing! We're enroute to presenting one of the best things to hit the metroplex and you're one of the first to see it evolve.
Use the Invite tab above to share your discovery with others. Until our formal announcement about the festival, keep an eye on the Community Calendar for what happening in our area and around the world. Let us know if you have any questions.
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