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All Halloween Murder Mystery at the Lippitt House Museum

Oct. 28th, 8 pm – 11 pm, Lippitt House Museum, 199 Hope Street, Providence A night of fright, fun and intrigue featuring live jazz by Miss Wensday & Mike Miller and a costume contest. Elegant costumes, music, cocktails, dancing and of course a mysterious murder make for a fabulous evening at the Lippitt House Museum! […]

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A&C Trio at Roots Café Friday June 17

These guys are good! This is not your ordinary run-of-the-mill club music, but a real listening experience.  Mark Armstrong on guitar, Ken Carpenter on bass and Ricky Couto on drums.  The trio takes songs you know and plays them inside out and upside down, kind of like listening to jazz guitarist Jim Hall jam  with the

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Francisco Pais Jazz Quintet at the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum

Friday, June 10th  at 7:00 pm | Admission $15 in advance/$18 at door | Purchase now! Enjoy extraordinary live jazz in the Lippitt House Museum! Jazz composer/musician Francisco Pais’ new eclectic quintet debuts at the Museum in the first concert of the 2011 Hunter Music Series. Pais, known for jazz experimentation and innovation, has assembled a

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Forbes Graham live at Rochambeau Library

Providence Community Library will be hosting an evening of jazz with Forbes Graham on Thursday, April 14th, 7pm at the Rochambeau Library. Trumpet player and electronic musician Forbes Graham is part of a dynamic new generation of improvisers in Boston. In his solo work and as part such groups as the Full Metal Revolutionary Jazz

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Larry Friedlander Scholarship Concert

Tickets still available for this Sunday’s tribute to Larry Friedlander, noted jazz lover and owner of the Hi-Hat, who recently passed away. Proceeds will benefit the Larry Friedlander Scholarship Fund; tickets can be purchased at the Hi-Hat, Lupo’s, Z-Bar, Lucky’s, the Hot Club, Local 121, the Met, Nick-A-Nee’s, and Trinity Brewhouse. Special guest bartenders and

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Mike Miller Swingtet with Mike Turk at Rochambeau Library

Providence Community Library and the Friends of Rochambeau present a free concert with the Mike Miller Swingtet, featuring Mike Turk on harmonica, this Thursday, August 26th at 7pm. Mike Miller and his Mike Miller Swingtet are well-known to aficionados of the Rochambeau music programs not only for their own extraordinary musicianship, but for seeking out

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Newport Jazz Festival Tickets Support Clean Water Action

The Newport Jazz Festival, held this year on August 7th and 8th, is rolling into Newport’s Fort Adams Park and we would love to see you there enjoying the music, the scenery, and the fun! To make that happen, Clean Water Action is offering reduced rate tickets at $54 per day on a first come,

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Tish Adams & The Mike Miller Swingtet, April 29th, Rochambeau Library

Providence Community Library and The Friends of Rochambeau invite you to an evening of jazz and blues with Tish Adams and The Mike Miller Swingtet. This is a free event and it will take place at Rochambeau Library, 708 Hope Street in Providence, on Thursday, April 29th at 7pm. The Mike Miller Swingtet consists of

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Like some Jazz in your Rock? Check Otis Grove at Tazza Cafe FRIDAY April, 10th

There’s a new sound taking over the town known as Boston. If you’re by the banks of the Charles River as the moon glows over the muddy waters you very well may hear some thick, groovy beats banging out a trail for raw guitar licks and a soul-drenched Hammond organ. Yes indeed, ladies and gentleman

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