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Hank Johnson Quartet to perform live at Queens Central Library

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The Hank Johnson Quartet will perform a live and free concert at the Queens Central Library on Saturday, November 26th, 2005. The library is located at 89-11 Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica, New York 11432 - (718) 990-0700 phone. Jazz vocalist Dianne Allen will add to the trio making it a quartet. Hank Johnson will play acoustic piano, “Cool Mike" Fitzbenjamin will be on bass and Gary Smith on drums. If you are a jazz lover and want to hear some top jazz, and smooth piano stylings of Hank Johnson reminicent of Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson, come on out -- it's free! To learn some more about the Hank Johnson Trio drop in on website: http://www.jazzbonerecords.com where you can print out free artist copies of some of the original material composed by Stuart H. Tresser A/K/A Hank Johnson. Free artist copies can be downloaded as a japeg file for those jazz buffs looking for some great free sheet music and an alternative to keep this music alive. Tresser Music is the publisher -- it is an interesting site worth checking out! Cleofus Rawls, Public Relations for Hank Johnson Quartet -30-

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