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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Indigo Voices @ The Globe: Tonight August 18: Preview

The mood is definitely indigo tonight at the Globe as the Indigo Jazz Voices sing a selection of jazz standards, blues and bossa.  In fact Mood Indigo is one of the songs that you’ll hear, as well as Night And Day, East Of The Sun and many other numbers.  We’ll be accompanied by a trio of Pete Gilligan (piano) Paul Grainger (bass) and Tom Atkinson (drums), and Ron Pattinson will also be popping up on piano. We are Jen Errington, Jenny Lingham, Carrie McCullock, Barry Keating and myself, Ann Alexander.
So to enjoy an evening of good singing and playing, get yourselves along to the Globe tonight, Thursday August 18, at 7.30pm
Ann Alex  

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