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Jesus Molina

Colombian jazz pianist, singer and saxophonist Jesus Molina is one of the rising stars on the international jazz scene, playing on the most important stages in the world.  Molina has been developing a unique style combining all his musical influences in early age such as Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum, Errol Garner, Bill Evans, etc. Bringing a fresh sound to jazz music with the young generation and different approaches to famous jazz standards such as ''Spain" by Chick Corea or  "Night in Tunisia" by Dizzie Gillespie and so many arrangements in a very sophisticated way.

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Aubrey Logan

Steamers Jazz at JAX Friday Night Edition! Attending one Aubrey Logan's shows is like going to the carnival and buying a ticket to the house of mirrors—one never knows what is going to be just around the corner.

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John Tesh and his BIG Band

This is an incredibly rare appearance by John in a small, intimate venue (he generally only ever does performing arts centers or concert venues like Red Rocks). Its a very fun show (lots of great stories and music, plus Tony Guerrero, Mark Visher and some wonderful musicians) and you’ll be so glad you came!

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Delfeayo Marsalis & the Uptown Jazz Orchestra

As an acclaimed trombonist, composer, and producer, Delfeayo Marsalis has also dedicated his prolific career to music theatre and education. Along with the Marsalis family of musicians including his father Ellis, the artist was destined to a life in music.

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Crystal Lewis

Crystal brings a whole lot of love and light to the stage. Come hear for yourself why she’s considered a singer's singer and a celeb fave. This show will feature Crystal’s stellar trio (Bryan Taylor, Lyman Medeiros and Adam Bravo), a special guest or two and the debut of brand new songs from her soon-to-be-released project A SEASONAL THING!


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