21 November 2007

See Ed and Pam on Fountain Square

I plan on being on Fountain Square for the some Friday events if anyone wants to meet up.

Here is Pam Ross' latest email about their next shows:
Our Jazz Cabaret nights at the Jackson Street Underground (Know Theater) have been so much fun this month! Last night we capped off the series with several spectacular singers joining in, and we'll be sure to have more cabaret nights in the near future. Next week, Tuesday, November 27th, we're looking very forward to our "Sing & Swing with the Jazz Quartet" show featuring, Pam Ross (me) on vocals, Ed Moss on piano, Jim Leslie on drums, & Eric Sayer on bass.

So please join us next Tuesday! The show starts around 8 pm and ends around 11. Your continued support is very much appreciated and needed to help us do our part in keeping Jazz the music of choice in the Queen City. There is a $5 cover charge to cover cost of the band. And the drinks are extremely reasonably priced; some of the best prices I've seen in town - without sacrificing quality.

For those of you who haven't been to this new venue, which is very cool, we know you'll enjoy it... There are a variety of interesting shows offered at the Know Theater that you should check out as well. Here is a link to their site http://www.knowtheatre.com/Shows/TheUnderground.shtml

Holiday Alert: If you're out and about the Friday after Thanksgiving, we will be peforming with the wonderfully innovative Society Jazz Orchestra on Fountain Square, as part of the "Light Up the Square" ceremony. We will be playing from 6 to 7 pm right on the square. In addition, there will be professional skaters (skating in sync with the Big Band), Santa's arrival, the tree lighting ceremony, and a ton of other holiday activities and treats. Hope to see you there as well!! We'll also be performing with the the SJO again at the Jackson Street Underground on Dec 18th for our special holiday show, but I'll send out details as we get closer to the event.

2 comments:

5chw4r7z said...

Ms. 5chw4r7z and I will be kicking around Friday, I'll look around for you.
I just drove though downtown at lunch, one of the mobile cranes constructing the huge crane at the new SPCA site flipped over. Did you see that?
Crazy.
If its still there I'm going to run up after work. Looks like it took down some telephone poles and wires. Its a miracle if no one was hurt or killed.

Mike said...

I was out of town, but my wife heard it fall. That is a very busy area with pedestrians, and I am suprised no one was hurt. If I had been around, you bet I would have the photos posted already.