Jazz Tales With Saxophonist Paul Carr at Jazz Alive

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Jazz Alive uploaded this event on August 14, 2020

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Jazz Alive
Royal Oak, MD

Jazz Tales With Saxophonist Paul Carr at Jazz Alive

When

Wed, September 16, 2020
7:00 pm

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Paul Carr
Paul Carr

saxophone

About

Presented by Jazz Alive, a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, Jazz Tales is a weekly live-stream concert. Your purchase of a Streaming Pass supports our mission of providing educational support in developing future artists and preserving this great art form through school and community programs.

Hosted by pianist Fred Hughes, each week Fred performs with and interviews guests talking about their careers, musical influences, and interesting tales from their years in the music business.

September 16th Jazz Tales welcomes the one and only, Saxophonist Paul Carr.

Paul Carr, a Houston native and 1985 Howard University graduate, has dedicated his professional career to performing and promoting Jazz through education and community outreach. He carries on the Texas tenor tradition espoused by great heroes such as the late Houstonians Arnett Cobb and Don Wilkerson who served as his early idols and mentors. He grew up in inner-city Houston, Texas and was a member of the Kashmere High School Stage Band, whose director, the late Conrad Johnson, is the subject of a documentary, Thunder Soul, produced by actor, Jamie Foxx....

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