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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Hong Kong Fusion And Jazz - Cherry Hill, 3/28
Tony, Paul, Kevin smiling arm in arm.
Saturday, March 28, 2015 – 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The Jōst Project Trio returns to Hong Kong Fusion on Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The evening combines fusion cuisine and jazz for a special jazz banquet. Located at 1998 Marlton Pike EAST (Westbound Rte 70 East) in Cherry Hill, NJ, tickets are $35 for dinner and music. Reservations are requested by calling 856-751-3888.
The Jōst Project Trio, comprised of vibraphonist Tony Miceli, vocalist Paul Jost and bassist Kevin MacConnell, presents innovative arrangements of classic rock performed in a jazz format. The goal is to reach new audiences for jazz. Their CD -- Can’t Find My Way Home – was released by Dot Time Records. Two of their songs were selected for the BFM Jazz Digital’s compilation CD called “Experience This: Reinterpreted Rock Classics.” They are “Kashmir” and “Can’t Find My Way Home.”
This talented group is bringing attention to jazz by reaching into the “baby boomer” and subsequent generations that came of age with rock and roll, the Beatles, hard rock, and other genres which are rarely played by jazz groups. Performing regularly throughout the region, New York and in Korea this past summer, they receive raves from reviewers and music industry experts. Johan van Deeg wrote in Jazz in Europe said, “The Jōst Project is without a doubt one of the most creative bands I have heard for years and vocalist Paul Jōst one of the best male jazz vocalists since Mark Murphy.”
Can’t Find My Way Home is available at dottimerecords.com, iTunes, Amazon.com and in stores. For more information, visit thejostproject.com or friend them on facebook.com/thejostproject. Contact their management office for further information: SFPR Music, Sharla Feldscher, 215-627-0801 #101, Sharla@sf-pr.com.
Posted by Dan Cirucci at 10:33 PM
Labels: Cherry Hill, China, dining, food, Music, Restaurants
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