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The 1st Annual "SUGAR HILL JAZZ FESTIVAL" THE LONNIE PLAXICO GROUP

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Harlem Jazz Foundation, Inc.
The Harlem Jazz, Blues & World Music Summit presents BLUE NOTE recording artist bassist, composer LONNIE PLAXICO

THE LONNIE PLAXICO GROUP “EMERGENCE" featuring Jeremy Pelt: trumpet, Marcus Strickland: saxophone, George Colligan: keyboards/piano, Lionel Cordew: drums, Jeffrey Haynes: percussion

Hear the brilliance of multifaceted master musician, producer, composer, bassist Lonnie Plaxico. Lonnie's career has been built upon a firm musical foundation, his collaborations read like who's who in Jazz & Blues... From Art “Buhaina" Blakey to Wynton Marsalis. In addition to his Grammy Award winning collaborations as sideman to Cassandra Wilson, his current release as leader, “Emergence" has yielded critical acclaim. the forthcoming, BLUE NOTE recording, “Melange," is destined to do the same. Click here: Lonnie Plaxico - Bassist, Composer, Producer



Saturday, June 2, 2001
6:00 PM & 8:00 PM

THE HARLEM THEATER COMPANY

473 West 150th Street
(between Convent & Amsterdam Avenues)
NYC
$20 @ the door
advance purchases
$18.00
group sales
10 or more $17.50 per person
for further information call HJF @ 212 281-9100
the 1&9 ~ A B C D subway trains to 145th Street/147th Street exit
MTA BUS 101~18~3 to 150th Street



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