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PREVIEW: THE SEVENTH ANNUAL OCEAN CITY BEACH (NC) JAZZ FESTIVAL (2016) SET TO SIZZLE!! by LARRY RENI THOMAS
(Published: May 25, 2016)

The Seventh Annual Ocean City Beach (NC) Jazz Festival will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2016, and Sunday, July 3. 2016. from 5 pm until 8 pm, both days. Scheduled performers on Saturday, are: Texas-based vocalist Ashleigh E. Smith, Detroit native flute player Althea Rene, and The John Brown Quintet with the veteran drummer, New Orleans based Herlin Riley.

Sunday's line up is just as super, smoking and top-notch. The Sunday show will feature the reed player par excellence, Tia Fuller, and the John Brown Quintet, the fine bassist Gerald Veasley and South Carolina native. NCCU Jazz Studies Department graduate, hot, much-in-demand saxophonist Marcus Anderson and his band.

Doors open at 4 pm. The event will be held in the courtyard of the Ocean City Beach Community Center, 2649 Island Drive, North Topsail Beach, NC 28460 (behind the Wade Chestnut Memorial Chapel).

Ocean City Beach, North Carolina is an historic beach located a stone's throw from the Atlantic Ocean that was founded and developed by African-Americans in the 1940s, and is one the oldest beaches on the North Carolina coast.

No picnics or coolers, please. Food, beverages and merchandise will be available for purchase on the premises. Bring lawn chairs.

The 7th Annual Ocean City Jazz Festival is supported, in part, by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of Department of Cultural Resources.

For tickets and more information go to: http://www.oceancityjazzf...
More Information: http://www.oceancityjazzf...


(PHOTO; ASHLEIGH E. SMITH)

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

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