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Live Jazz - Music at TOOLS!
Music at TOOLS!
In an historic gathering, William Hooker, iconic New York musician and proud New Britain native, will bring together internationally known New York and Connecticut musicians in support and celebration of New Britain - a creative force in Connecticut.
There will be continuous traditional jazz and experimental music, alternating on two stages from 5 - 11 p.m. on Saturday, October 6th. Suggested admission is $10.00. Plenty of good food, drink and conversation.
The confirmed guests include:
from New York City
JD Parran, Roy Campbell, Cooper Moore, Dave Ross, Mike Noordzy, Mark Hennen, Steve Dalachinsky (poetry), Chris Welcome, and William Hooker
Mixashawn, Emery Smith, Woodrow Floyd, Richard McGhee, Margo Modino (poetry), Rick Marshall, and more to come...
Come celebrate with us. Free parking in the area. New Britain / On the Rise!
For information contact: Tools Bar and Grill 136 Main Street New Britain, CT (860) 505-7226.