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Hybrid Jazz - with Bobby Caldwell & Brian Culbertson!

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Trish Hennessey

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Yes, I know what you're thinking: WTW?!  It's true - we've been doubly blessed with BC Squared!  Hah!  So much to celebrate with these two outstanding guests...let's share WHY :)

First, Bobby Caldwell is coming to our region in the next few days.  He will be - in a sense - reprising his role as Frank Sinatra for a special performance at Bethesda Blues and Jazz.  This show will be called "Perfectly Frank" - and Bobby will sing hits by Sinatra and other standards.  He is no stranger via this association.  In both Chicago and Las Vegas, Bobby played Frank in a theatrical presentation called "The Rat Pack is Back."  And he won RAVE reviews!  If you have listened to his album from 1996, "Blue Condition" - and closed your eyes - you can hear the spirit of Frank emerge when Bobby sings a few of those songs.  Mindblowing.  We'll delve into the reasons for this special event when our friend visits at two p.m. Eastern!

Meanwhile, Brian Culbertson has his OWN good news.  In multiple ways! First, his "Another Long Night Out" is number one on Billboard and HAS been for two weeks!  Secondly, tickets for both his Birchmere and Ram's Head shows are SOLD OUT!  If you want to see him - and live in the Mid-Atlantic/East Coast region - you can still get tix for Berks Jazz Fest - following his Annapolis, Maryland stint.  We could tell you about his Napa Valley Jazz Getaway in June and his new Culbertson Pinot Noir - and his return to DePaul University School of Music (after 20 years!).  But YOU get the idea: everything is coming up roses (and wine!) for our Superstar.  To have him stop by in the third hour of "Hybrid Jazz" is very special!

The Voice that launched a thousand Mitsubishis (LOL!) and The Keyboardist that continually re-invents contemporary Jazz, etc.  BOTH on 3/20.  Join us!

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