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Project Grand Slam Plays NYC September 28th & 30th!
(Published: September 23, 2014)

Project Grand Slam (PGS) is a celebrated contemporary jazz group that has been described as "a spectacular mix of jazz, fusion and rock that combines melody, groove and great improvisation." (Acid Jazz Magazine)

PGS was originally formed in 2007 by bassist/composer/leader Robert Miller, and has released two CDs, Play (Cakewalk Records 2008) and Spring Dance(Cakewalk Records 2012). The band has had two Top 20 jazz radio hits: "The Captain of Her Heart" featuring guest vocalist Judie Tzuke, and "Spring Dance". The band, including five tunes written by Robert, was featured in an episode of the hit NBC-TV series, "Lipstick Jungle", starring Brooke Shields.

You can see them live in NYC on Sunday, September 28th at Somethin' Jazz Club (7:00pm) and on Tuesday, September 30th, at Toshi's Living Room (10pm).

For more information on the shows, and all things PGS, visit:

More Information: http://projectgrandslam.com/

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