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Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Butch and Rhonda Coleman!

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We could be here until next week to describe how beloved these two artists are - no joke.  Butch and Rhonda Coleman have been playing REAL music over two decades.  Positive vibes.  Soulful Grooves.  Inspired Words.  Jazz with a heart.  Whew! They've visited "Hybrid Jazz" before now - but it's going to be a kick to have them visit again.  And here's the reason for that visit: they're performing at Waterstone Bar & Grille in Baltimore and YOU need to know.  So that you have time to plan - if you're local OR contemplating a trip to Charm City.  If there was ever a reason to go, THIS is it.  They're THAT good!

Butch is a bass BEAST and Jessie J knows that.  Butch and she have had an association in the business - as Rhonda has had with Al Jarreau and Phyllis Hyman.  The stellar musicians in the Mid-Atlantic have been aware of the originality and the artistry that the Colemans have displayed for a long time.  Many of us who know the region recall a time when a spectacular restaurant called Bliss booked exceptional talent.  Whenever the Colemans arrived - with their well-known back-up band - the venue was sold-out.  It will be that way at Waterstone - just as it was when Butch & Rhonda had their CD release party last year.  "Night Sketches" was extremely well-received.  All you have to do is listen to the sincerity of Rhonda's singing and the caliber of chops involved and you realize why.

Thursday, 7/16, is going to be a BANG-UP show.  We'll have our guests visit in the third hour - and the music beforehand will be unlike anything you've heard.  Why?  Because Butch and Rhonda Coleman deserve nothing but the BEST lead-into that yours truly can program :)  They're Royalty.  

www.butchandrhondacoleman.com 

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