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Thornwood Headlines Rochester Contemporary Jazz Festival

Rochester Contemporary Jazz Festival
Saturday, November 27, 2004, Montage Grille, 50 Chestnut Street, Rochester, NY

Tickets: ALL ACCESS PASS $15 in advance, $20 day-of-show ($10 if you only want to see one show)

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Note: Food and beverage not included

Here is the Line Up

Champagne Jazz Show: 5:00 pm 7:30
Enjoy an intimate New York club scene with your favorite Champagne and two outstanding groups. First up is the Eastman Jazz Trio featuring Jeff Campbell, Rich Thompson, and Clay Jenkins. These Eastman School of Music faculty members rank among the finest musicians in the world. Following the Trio is Bob Snieder, a world-class jazz guitarists who is also a faculty member at the Eastman School.

Smooth Jazz and Martini’s Show 7:30 pm 11:00
Next up is the Bill Tiberio Group. Bill is a veteran jazz man will be joined on stage by Melvin Henderson, Gerry Youngman, Jared Schonig, with Harold Pannel providing vocals. Following Bill’s group will be Variance recording artist, Mr. Jimmie Highsmith, Jr. Jimmie's sax work is represents some of the best of the smooth jazz genre. He will light up the stage at Montage Grille on heels of his latest CD release "Jacquin".

Jazz-Funk and Cognac Show 11:00pm Until
Headlining the Contemporary Jazz Festival is WMG recording artist, Thornwood, featuring the sultry muted trumpet of Herb Smith, the soulful funk guitar of Marcus Robinson and the seductive vocals of Cinnamon. They are joined on stage by John Nyerges, Brad Johnson and Steve Curry.

Thanks for considering us for your holiday weekend entertainment. Pass this along to friends and associates who might like something like this.

Marcus S. Robinson
Thornwood "just a little Sly"

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Thornwood
  • Event Date: 11/27/2004
  • Subtitle: Thornwood lays down the Jazz-Funk in Rochester
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