Jazz on the Triangle w/Rock WilliamsJazz
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church announces the 18th annual Jazz on the Triangle series. This is a series of jazz concerts on the third Sundays of April, May, and June.
"Each year we have an opportunity to bring some of Nashville’s finest jazz performers to this historic setting, with excellent acoustics, for three Sunday afternoons of music," said Dr. Carole Creswell-Betsch, the event organizer. "The lineup gives us another reason to enjoy and celebrate this popular music genre."
Williams is among the elite jazz saxophonists and is well known around Music City. He has played for many of the top artists including Delbert McClinton, Tricia Yearwood, Razzy Bailey and Bobby Jones. He can often be heard in the company of the Fabulous Wootens at 3rd and Lindsley. For this performance he will be joined by Karlton Taylor on keys, Regi Wooten on bass and Nioshi Jackson will handle the drums. They will be joined by special guests Dara Tucker and Greg Bryant.
"Jazz on the Triangle" is an annual series hosted by The Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) located at 615 Sixth Avenue South in Nashville, in the lot bounded by Lafayette Street, Sixth Avenue, and Ewing Avenue. The concerts begin at 4:00 pm Central Time. Tickets are $20.00 each, or a set of three tickets may be had for $45.00. Refreshments involving beverages and light snacks are found in the Parish Hall, at the rear of the Church lot, prior to and following the Concerts.
Sun, Jun 16 | 4:00 PM
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church