The Jazz Expressions (the back up band for Jimmy Scott) will perform @ Terrace In The Sky - NYC


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June 27 2006 - THE JAZZ EXPRESSIONS (the back up band for Jimmy Scott) will perform @ TERRACE IN THE SKY - NYC

7:30PM - 9:30PM

TK Blue - sax & flute
Dwayne “Cook" Broadnax - drums
Aaron Graves - piano
Hilliard (Hill) Greene - bass/music director

Terrace in the Sky Restaurant
400 West 119th Street
(Btw. Morningside Dr. - Amsterdam Ave.)
#1 Subway off @ 116th
New York, New York 10027
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“It would be hard to find more committed or more brilliant musicians. With T.K. Blue on saxophone and flute, Aaron Graves on piano, Dwayne Broadnax on drums and Hilliard Greene on bass, this quartet deserves wider recognition and a place on the Jazz at Lincoln Center series roster. Their improvisations and progressive unions are flawless." --John Hoglund, Backstage

“The Jazz Expressions are as sensual and tight as a leather glove." -- Marc O'Sullivan, Hot Press

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