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23 May 2015 - 24 July 2015
May 31, 2015
  • Sunday, May 31, 2015 07:30pm
    Moon Dancer Winery Jazz Festival  

    Jazz 15 Moon Dancer lgMay 31st, 7:00 PM Bob Dorough Quartet, featuring -
    Bob Dorough, piano/vocals
    Steve Berger, guitar
    Patrick O’Leary, bass
    Tom Whaley, drums

    The 11th Annual Moon Dancer Winery Jazz Festival will be held on May 30th & 31st this year. There are award-winning wines, hard cider, bands all day, lots of food including a pig roast, wood-fired pizza, and vegetarian options. The line-up is an exciting one this year.

    Saturday, May 30th, is Saxophone Day!! The Anthony Cannon band is first up at 2:30 -- he is an L.A Saxophone Recording Artist. www.anthonycannon.com. Next, at 4:30, is the Dave Wilson quartet. Dave is an outstanding local talent on the saxophone. www.davewilsonmusic.org. Finally, at 6:30 pm, the innovative Tim Warfield Organ Trio plays their unique brand of jazz. www.timwarfieldmusic.com.

    Sunday's line-up showcases the Jay Umble group at 2:30 pm, featuring beautiful guitar jazz. www.jayumble.com. At 4:30 pm, The Reese Project, unique with it's flute, cello, piano & drums line-up, delivers real jazz in an original style. www.ReeseProject.com. The day is capped with Bob Dorough, who wrote & performed much of the Schoolhouse Rock series for TV. "Conjunction Junction, what's your function?" & more! www.bobdorough.com.

    The Moon Dancer Winery is located at 1282 Klines Run Rd, Wrightsville, PA 17368. (717) 252-wine. www.MoonDancerWinery.com. Admission is $20 (which gets you in both days for 1 price!), Under 21 yrs is $10/day. Advance tickets can be purchased through the Moon Dancer's website, for $15 (again, good for both days).

June 05, 2015
  • Friday, June 05, 2015 - Saturday, June 06, 2015 08:00am
    Tokyo Blue Note  

    Return to Japan
    June 5th & 6th - Tokyo Blue Note
    Bob Dorough Trio, with:
    Steve Berger, guitar
    & Pat O’Leary, bass
    Added attraction: Miss Nellie McKay, piano, ukelele, vocals
    Two Shows nightly

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