Brooklyn Central Jazz Consortium Friday Night Jazz Series Moves to 966 Fulton Street – Come Out and Dance May 17th


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The Friday Night Jazz Series Moves to 966, Friday, May 17 at 8:00pm – Saturday, May 18 at 12:00am in EDT at Jazz 966

Come out Dance to the Music of The Jeff King Band featuring Jeff King – Tenor Sax, Craig Harris – Trombone – Riley Mullings – Trumpet
Yoichi Uzeki – Piano – Bryce Sebastien – Bass, Steven Kroon – Congas – John Truitte – Drums, Admission $15 BYOB Set ups available
For info and reservations call 917-602-0865

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The Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium (CBJC) is an organization of venues and individuals committed to the development and preservation of Jazz and related art forms throughout the Borough of Brooklyn. Organized in 1999, the Consortium is the realization of years of discussions between representatives of Jazpazaz Preservation Society (Ms Alma Carroll), Jazz 966 (Torrie McCartney), Sistas’ Place (Viola Plummer), and SoFocus (Deacon Leroy Applin) on the importance and need for such a body. Co-founder Jitu Weusi was elected the first chairperson in December 1999, along with Alma Carroll Treasurer, Torrie McCartney Facilitator, Colette Penn Recording Secretary, Loretta Washington Financial Secretary, Pauline Barfield Event Planner and Jacqui Woods as Public Relations.

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