Barking Legs Has Jazz Online And In Garden And Drive-In Dances

Monday, September 14, 2020

This week the Barking Legs Wednesday Jazz Online will feature bassist David Schwab, who has taken on the challenge of a (nearly) solo set. He'll be joined for a few tunes by vocalist Sharon Schwab.

Friday will see a celebration of Jazz in the Garden with the Jim Crumble Trio, featuring Robert Crabtree on keyboard and Mr. Schwab on bass. The band has donated their time and talents for this special event.

And Saturday will bring the eagerly awaited return of Drive-In Dances to create a spectacle on Dodds Avenue and 14th Street, with lighting design courtesy of you and your vehicle. 

For more information visit http://barkinglegs.org/


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Entertainment

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