The concerts are FREE for everyone, rain or shine, and located at the pavilion in City Park.
We will meet at the crosswalk between Duck Lake and Ferril Lake before we go find a place to sit.
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Parking is very busy - the later you arrive, the more likely you will be parking far along one of the side streets. I HIGHLY recommend carpooling.
we will arrive at 5 to stake out an area... blankets, camp chairs, a cooler for food and beverages is all typical.
Tribute to Neil Bridge
with the Neil Bridge +7 Featuring Karen Lee 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Rain or Shine (we will arrive at 5 to stake out an area... blankets, camp chairs, a cooler for food and beverages is all standard).
Neil Bridge is a legendary Jazz Piano player, composer, arranger, and band-leader. He has accompanied Mel Torme. Anita O’Day, Nancy Wilson, Dakota Staton, Johnny Smith, The Mills Brothers, Clark Terry, Sonny Stitt, and many more…His repertoire ranges from Patsy Cline to Natalie Cole, Sinatra, Latin Jazz, Count Basie, Blues to Funk and beautiful ballads from the Great American Songbook and even some Dixieland. Because of his work as a former music teacher with the Denver public schools, there is a special room dedicated to Neil at the Denver School for the Arts. The room is appropriately titled, the Neil Bridge Jazz Room. Neil created the first Denver city wide high school jazz combo. He and his students received the prestigious Downbeat Award for best High School Jazz Combo in the United States. Many of his former students went on to have successful careers in the entertainment business, such as actor Don Cheadle, smooth jazz musician Nelson Rangell, saxophonist Javon Jackson, Latin percussionist Gary Sosias, Brad Leali (Sax, Clarinet and Flute) and pianist David Pearl, among many others. Read more at www.neilbridgemusic.com