DAY 7 WANGARATTA FESTIVAL OF JAZZ AND BLUES 2020

Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues 2020

Date: 01/11/2020 03:45 PM

Nowra High School

Sun, 01 Nov 2020, 3:45 PM

3:45 Community Program Emma Christie Quartet Up and coming young local vocalist and band performing a contemporary jazz program. Paris Zachariou & Mark Bolsius This will be an entertaining performance of swing and big band tunes by these quality local musicians   6:30 From the Gov and 505 6:30Think BB King sharing a scotch with Booker T at the crossroads at midnight. This award winning South Australian band features a weather-beaten Hammond organ, electrifying guitar and groovy beats. 7:30pm The Streamliners** Hailed as one of the best-kept secrets and premier R&B bands from South Australia, Lazy Eye comprises the cream of Roots & Blues players. In their 25-year career they’ve won countless awards and backed many international artists. 8:30pm Born in Beirut of Armenian heritage, Aria award nominated Zela Margossian creates an exotic musical atmosphere that bears influences from the rich and colourful cultures she represents. *Co-presented with Creative Original Music Adelaide (COMA) **Presented in conjunction with Venue 505, the Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival, and the Sydney Improvised Music Association

DAY 7 WANGARATTA FESTIVAL OF JAZZ AND BLUES 2020

3:45 Community Program

Emma Christie Quartet
Up and coming young local vocalist and band performing a contemporary jazz program.

Paris Zachariou & Mark Bolsius
This will be an entertaining performance of swing and big band tunes by these quality local musicians

 

6:30 From the Gov and 505

6:30Think BB King sharing a scotch with Booker T at the crossroads at midnight. This award winning South Australian band features a weather-beaten Hammond organ, electrifying guitar and groovy beats.

7:30pm The Streamliners** Hailed as one of the best-kept secrets and premier R&B bands from South Australia, Lazy Eye comprises the cream of Roots & Blues players. In their 25-year career they’ve won countless awards and backed many international artists.

8:30pm Born in Beirut of Armenian heritage, Aria award nominated Zela Margossian creates an exotic musical atmosphere that bears influences from the rich and colourful cultures she represents.

*Co-presented with Creative Original Music Adelaide (COMA)

**Presented in conjunction with Venue 505, the Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival, and the Sydney Improvised Music Association

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