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Monday, June 12, 2017

Indigo Jazz Voices @ The Globe, June 15

It’s just the sort of weather to suit a song such as Mountain Greenery, isn’t it? Well, Indigo Jazz Voices will oblige you this Thursday with that song and many others, such as You Go To My Head and The Nearness Of You if you care to go to the Globe for 7.30pm on June 15. Indigo Jazz Voices are Jen Errington, Jenny Lingham, Carrie McKullock, David Edgar and Barry Keatings, and they’ll all be accompanied on the piano by the superb musicianship of Alan Law.
I’m not one of the singers this time, but I’ll be there in the audience, and I’m looking forward to hearing these skilled singers interpreting jazz standards, blues and bossa numbers, all for your pleasure. Free entry as well. What’s not to like!
Ann Alex

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