Fourth Annual Lady Got Chops Women's Month Jazz Festival


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The Jazz (aka Jazz Spot) is a cozy jazz cafe which is owned by an African-American mother-daughter team and is celebrating its second year. The owners are dedicated to keeping jazz alive as well as introducing it to the youth in the community. They present an outdoor summer series in an adjacent garden on Kosciuszko St. In conjunction with co-producer/ web manager Kim Clarke, The Jazz presents the Fourth Annual LADY GOT CHOPS Women's Month Jazz Festival for the month of March. This year's featured artists and dates of performance are:

March 3:
Akua Dixon(cello) Aziza Miller (keys), Kim Clarke (bass)

March 4:
Alto saxophonist Lakecia Benjamin & Trio

March 11:
Sisters in Scat featuring Allison Crockett (vocals), Alva Anderson(vocals and viola), Charanee Wade (vocals), Yvette Scott (drums)

March 18:
Sojourner featuring Marlene Rice (violin), Judith Insell- Staack(viola) Nioka Workman (cello)

March 25:
Bertha Hope(keys) Kim Clarke (bass) and Luciana Padmore (drums)

This multicultural event will be held in the coziness of the Jazz Spot. The exposed brick walls, fireplace, smoke and alcohol-free environment provide a perfect atmosphere in which one may enjoy the sultry sounds and exotic interpretations of these lovely ladies.

The JAZZ SPOT is located at 375 Kosciuszko Street at 179 Marcus Garvey Boulevard, Brooklyn N.Y. 11221. Performances on Friday and Saturday are $10 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at the club (718) 453-7825 Weekend concert hours are 9pm-1 am. Monday night Jam sessions are 8pm-midnight

Lady Got Chops Archive:
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