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Our Man Higgins
(Published: April 07, 2009)

Very Truly Yours Consultants Inc.
Proudly Presents
Live at the Bassline
Another Sunday Serenade
For
"Our Man Higgins"
Featuring
Abraham Burton: Tenor Saxophone & Bruce Harris: Trumpet
with
Benito Gonzalez:Piano/Santi Debriano: Bass/Greg Bandy: Drums
Sunday May 3rd,2009 3:00 PM-6:00PM
Admission- $20.00 per person with a one drink minimum
For more information call- 917-882-9539
or visit us on the Web at http://www.vtyjazz.com
Plenty of free parking available
Directions- Metro North New Haven Line to Mount Vernon East
(club directly accross the street from station)

"This is part of VTY Jazz's dedication Series"

More Information: http://www.vtyjazz.com

Submitted By:

Very Truly Yours Inc.
arnie.verytrulyyours@gmail.com


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