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Jazz 'N' Blue Festival Benefiting Autism Speaks Featuring Down to the Bone
(Published: July 28, 2014)

The last BIG jazz show of the summer is just around the corner - the Jazz ’N’ Blue Festival Benefiting Autism Speaks featuring Down to the Bone blasts off on Saturday, August 16 at the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center in Simsbury, CT! Tickets are just $39 in advance and they are still available at http://jazznblue2014.even...! Gates open at 2pm and the show begins at 4. Blankets, chairs, coolers, and your favorite beverages are all welcome! Kids 16 and under are FREE and parking is FREE!

Hitting first is the Doug Jones Group! Doug Jones is a multi-instrumentalist whose work has supported acts like Pat Benatar, Marion Meadows, the Fabulous Rhinestones, and many others. Jones is has just released his latest single, “Almost Summer,“ from his current CD “Top Down“ and there are high expectations that the song will not only make it to the charts but rank way up there too! Doug Jones is also an unsung blues harmonica player and he’s promised to break out his harp and during his set!

New Haven jazz legends Airborne are up next, setting the stage ablaze with their own brand of smooth jazz, Latin jazz, Caribbean jazz, funk, soul, and fusion. Airborne’s 25 years in the industry has proven their musical longevity and strengthened the band’s fan base. Their latest release, “Silver,” is a testimony to the many styles of jazz that they embrace.

Featured act Down to the Bone was the brain-child of UK DJ Stuart Wade who wanted build on the house grooves that he had been playing and promoting in clubs. He realized that the only way to do this was with a live band that could generate the original funky sounds and rhythms that he needed. Down to the Bone realized Wade’s vision and more, succeeding with the current Billboard Smooth Jazz Top 10 single called ”The Sweetness.” Down to the Bone’s latest CD, ”Dig It,” has been showered with praise and the band promises that a large part of their setlist will include their new music and many fan favorites too!

So this is it! The last BIG jazz show of the summer! After this, it’s back to school, back to the grind, and time to start thinking about closing up the pool and putting the BBQ away. So don’t! At least not yet! Get your tickets NOW for THE FINAL JAZZ CONCERT OF THE SEASON! The Jazz ’N’ Blue Festival Benefiting Autism Speaks featuring Down to the Bone on Saturday, August 16 at the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center in Simsbury, CT! Tickets are just $39 in advance and they are still available at http://jazznblue2014.even...! Gates open at 2pm and the show begins at 4. Blankets, chairs, coolers, and your favorite beverages are all welcome! Kids 16 and under are FREE and parking is FREE!

More Information: http://jazznblue2014.eventbrite.com

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