Thankyou for your warm welcome. This new venture into Jazz is exciting! I truly believe this is where I am supposed to be. Thankyou for accepting me and let's enjoy the journey!
I will be on concert May 25 at 7:30pm for Jazz Night Under the Stars with Lady Diamond at Labyrinth Walk Coffee House! Please join me. Www.labyrinthwalkcoffeehouse.com
I love these guys. Dallas Morning New just rated them one of the best places to go listen to GREAT Jazz.
Address: 3839 West Keist, Dallas Texas
Hope to see you there.
Thanks for accepting my membership, I and definitely planning to attend your next conference. Please let me know how can I help and show case my original music and band in your next conference. Dallas is one of my favorite City and really enjoy playing in this multicultural first class City!
Last Thursday I attended an anniversary concert of the Andrzej Jagodzinski's Trio in Warsaw. He played with the Warsaw's Philharmonics. This is the best European Jazz can offer! It can only be compared with Oscar Peterson.
They are traveling to LA around October 2014, so I had this idea to bring them to Dallas.
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