TJBS Great Albums Concert: Saxophone Colossus w/ Evan Cobb
The next in the TJBS Great Albums Concert Series takes place Friday, March 24, and spotlights the classic Sonny Rollins recording, Saxophone Colossus.
Featured artists are Evan Cobb (saxophone), Matt Endahl (piano), Jonathan Wires (bass), and Chris Brown (drums).
There will be two performances of this classic recording, in the Jazz Cave at the Nashville Jazz Workshop. Tickets will be available online from Brown Paper Tickets beginning March 1.
The Tennessee Jazz and Blues Society will present two performances of this classic recording on Friday, March 24, at 6 pm and 8:30 pm, at the Nashville Jazz Workshop. Tickets will be available online from Brown Paper Tickets beginning March 1.
Tickets for each show will be $20 for the general public, $15 for TJBS members, and $15 for high school and college students. Ticket sales are final.
All seating is reserved. See seating chart below for seat locations. Patrons needing accessible seating should contact the TJBS (firstname.lastname@example.org). Ticket sales are non-refundable.
The location is the Nashville Jazz Workshop's Jazz Cave. Members and friends of the TJBS, and all fans of good music, are invited to come out for an evening of great jazz.
The Nashville Jazz Workshop's Jazz Cave is a BYOB establishment, and is located at 1319 Adams Street, Nashville, TN 37208. The facility is located in the Neuhoff Complex at the end of Monroe Street in East Germantown.
The Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society is a nonprofit organization with a 40-year history of supporting and promoting jazz and blues in the area. With an acclaimed website and newsletter along with concert productions, the TJBS is active in "connecting, supporting, and serving jazz and blues."
Nashville Jazz Workshop (View)
1319 Adams Street
Nashville, TN 37212
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