Dexter Bell Returns To Jazz In The Lounge Wednesday

Monday, August 14, 2017

Dexter Bell returns to Jazz in the Lounge Wednesday with his soulful take on the jazz tradition. This week he will be joined by keyboardist Marquis Dotson and drummer Yattie Westfield. There's almost always a surprise guest or two.

Cajun Cookin' will be available from Kenyatta's SoulfulKitchen. The show starts at Jazz in the Lounge's new time of 7 p.m. 

Here is the fall lineup at Barking Legs:

Friday, Sept. 1  - The Floor is Yours with a theme about self-reflection

Saturday, Sept. 9 - Jazz singer Dara Tucker

Thursday, Oct. 5 - Mike Bagetta Trio

Friday, Oct. 13 - Mike Compton and Joe Newberry

Sunday, Oct. 22 - Burton Greene

For more information and tickets visit www.barkinglegs.org



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