Greater Cleveland Community Jazz Band Performs At 5 Points Museum

Saturday, March 23, 2013
The Greater Cleveland Community Jazz Band will take the stage on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the 5 Points Museum. The museum is at 200 Inman Street East in Cleveland, Tn.
 
The Greater Cleveland Community Jazz Band will perform blues favorites for the crowd as they enjoy delicious burgers. Come out and join the band for a fun night of food and some good blues.
 
Don Bindrim is the director of the Greater Cleveland Community Jazz Band.
The evening is sponsored by the Museum Center at 5 Points, Central Parks Burgers, The Bakery-Athens, and Tooters Music.
 
The event is $5 and open to the public.
 
For more information, contact gccbands@gmail.com.


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